Enneagram Type 3s might seem like they’re all about business, but they also desire an intense and loving relationship. As one of the three heart types of the Enneagram system, The Achiever has a strong connection to the emotions of others and easily recognizes how someone is feeling. However, when it comes to examining their own feelings, Type 3s have a hard time. So with their tough exterior and on-the-go lifestyle, what Enneagram should a 3 marry?
Taylor Swift has been in the spotlight since her start as a teenage singer-songwriter. From country to pop and indie-folk, Swift has experimented with different musical genres and aims for innovation whenever she puts out a new album. She’s incredibly good at what she does and, with over 200-million record sales to her name, now ranks among the best-selling musicians of all time. She also advocates for artists' (and women’s) rights in the music industry.
In the universe of the Enneagram type 3, intimacy may be sought and desired, but not found. Like everyone else, the Enneagram 3 will enter their romantic relationships hoping to develop a deep and meaningful connection with their partner. But there is no guarantee they will find that level of intimacy if they allow certain self-generated obstacles to interfere.
The ambitious and determined Enneagram Three, “The Achiever,” is a devoted partner, who strives to shine for their partner and build a life together full of happiness and success. As part of the heart-traid, Threes easily pick up on the emotions of other people, but they can struggle to understand their own feelings. Because of this, they need partners who will truly recognize their needs and offer them consistent support.
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