The Enneagram in Stress (part 3 of 3): Head Types (5,6,7)

Interview by
Dr. Chad Prevost
Dr. Shelley Prevost
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In this episode

Each Enneagram personality type have their own superpowers--their ways and means of functioning in the world--that gets them through life, helps them to survive. But these very unconscious characteristics can also create their own versions of stress. They are patterns that we usually don't even fully understand. We also don't know how to break free of them and to make them more conscious, observable, and understandable.

Today, we dive deep into what Fives, Sixes, and Sevens (the head types) do to survive and manage their way through life. We also look at the ways these patterns not only handle stress but also create their own stress.

For each type, we also give you coaching tips and tools on how to specifically address these issues in your efforts to create a more sustainable relationship with stress, and with all of your relationships (including your relationship with yourself).

Our Discussion

2:03--Why you should listen to all the types regardless of your type, and how you are "not" your type

6:05--Fives: The Walls that Hold You Inside

26:00-Sixes: Trusting Without Testing

42:15--Sevens: A Little of This, A Little of That (a Lot)

Guest Speakers

Chad Prevost

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