The Enneagram tritype 692 brings together aspects from three different types – the Type 6 (The Loyalist), Type 9 (The Peacemaker), and Type 2 (The Helper).
- Type 6 (The Loyalist) – The Loyalist is seen as committed, engaging, responsible, but also anxious and defensive. They strive for security and consistency, and are often driven by a fear of lacking this. These individuals are hard-working, reliable, but can also be suspicious and doubt-ridden.
- Type 9 (The Peacemaker) – The Peacemaker is easy-going, reassuring, agreeable, but can also be complacent and tuned out. They seek harmony and peace in their environment and can often merge with others to ensure this. Their main fear is conflict and separation, driving them to create a calm, soothing environment where everyone feels included.
- Type 2 (The Helper) – The Helper is demonstrative, generous, people-pleasing, and can be possessive. They are driven by a need to be loved and appreciated, often prioritizing the needs of others above their own. Helpers are warm, caring, and giving, but can also struggle with over-involvement in the lives of others.
When these three types are combined to form the 692 pattern, the result is what is often termed “The Supporter” or “The Friend”.
This tritype tends to be friendly, supportive, and generous. Using their capacity for reassurance, support, and connection, they are often the glue that keeps groups and relationships together. They are driven by a need for peace, security, and a sense of connection to others. The 692 can often put themselves in the role of peacemaker, wanting to alleviate anger, tension, or discord. They fear being alone, neglected, or unimportant to the people or groups they care about. They are committed to creating harmonious environments and express great loyalty, but they may also struggle with internal anxiety and doubt, as well as a tendency to overcommit or ignore their needs.
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