Known for their tenacity and down-to-earth demeanor, Taurus is the stubborn bull of the zodiac. But people born between April 20 and May 20 are not all hard-headed, unmovable beasts like their symbol suggests – they’re actually one of the most sensual signs of the zodiac.
Here’s what it means to be a Taurus personality.
Better well-being starts with a better understanding of yourself.
If you want to make changes in your life and take steps towards self-improvement, it’s really important to start with a solid foundation of self-awareness. This is where knowing your Enneagram type can be really helpful.
Understanding your Enneagram type isn’t always straightforward. You may take the Enneagram test and feel confused about your results because you share similarities with more than one personality type, which isn’t uncommon. That’s because some Enneagram types are more challenging to type than others. But what is the most difficult Enneagram type to type? The answer might surprise you.
It’s quite ironic that I, a type 9, continued to put this article on the bottom of my list.
It’s almost as if I feel a natural, unbidden resistance to the idea of conflict and stress. I want to minimize anything remotely upsetting and continue on with my peaceful existence. Anything negative can be reframed and kept in a safe, positive light.
Why on earth are we like this?
What do you get when you put a creative, individualistic Enneagram Type 4 together with “The Peacemaker” Type 9? The pairing of these two Enneagram types can go one of two ways—it can seem a bit too dramatic or like a match made in heaven. Whether these types hit it off or find themselves grappling for understanding, like any compatibility question, it may come down to the individuals and how much work they’re willing to invest in their relationship.
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