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Discover the self-care tips specifically designed for your Enneagram type with this simple yet illuminating guide from popular Enneagram expert Christina S. Wilcox. Many of us have used the Enneagram of Personality to understand ourselves on a profoundly intimate level. But despite what our Enneagram type reveals, it’s not always easy to know the best ways to take care of o Discover the self-care tips specifically designed for your Enneagram type with this simple yet illuminating guide from popular Enneagram expert Christina S. Wilcox. Many of us have used the Enneagram of Personality to understand ourselves on a profoundly intimate level. But despite what our Enneagram type reveals, it’s not always easy to know the best ways to take care of ourselves according to our unique personalities. In Take Care of Your Type, Enneagram expert and social media sensation Christina S. Wilcox uses her knowledge of the Enneagram to illuminate how each of the nine Enneagram types can practice better self-care. Answering questions ranging from “What is the best morning routine for my type?” to “What boundaries are important to set based on my individual personality traits?” this handy guide filled with beautiful color illustrations will help you recenter and reconnect with yourself amid the stress of daily life and will leave you feeling happier and healthier in mind, body, and spirit.


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Discover the self-care tips specifically designed for your Enneagram type with this simple yet illuminating guide from popular Enneagram expert Christina S. Wilcox. Many of us have used the Enneagram of Personality to understand ourselves on a profoundly intimate level. But despite what our Enneagram type reveals, it’s not always easy to know the best ways to take care of o Discover the self-care tips specifically designed for your Enneagram type with this simple yet illuminating guide from popular Enneagram expert Christina S. Wilcox. Many of us have used the Enneagram of Personality to understand ourselves on a profoundly intimate level. But despite what our Enneagram type reveals, it’s not always easy to know the best ways to take care of ourselves according to our unique personalities. In Take Care of Your Type, Enneagram expert and social media sensation Christina S. Wilcox uses her knowledge of the Enneagram to illuminate how each of the nine Enneagram types can practice better self-care. Answering questions ranging from “What is the best morning routine for my type?” to “What boundaries are important to set based on my individual personality traits?” this handy guide filled with beautiful color illustrations will help you recenter and reconnect with yourself amid the stress of daily life and will leave you feeling happier and healthier in mind, body, and spirit.

30 review for Take Care of Your Type: An Enneagram Guide to Self-Care

  1. 4 out of 5

    Literary Redhead

    I’ve read scads of Enneagram books, but not one like this offering self-care tips for my specific type, the Individualist. I’m to: *Stop procrastinating *Accept life as it is *Realize that ordinary is fine *Know I’m not what I create These are apt steps for someone who wants to stand out as a talented, one-of-a-kind creative. The book also offers self-care ideas for the other eight Enneagram types, plus tips on how partners can provide support. A unique and very helpful guide to better understandin I’ve read scads of Enneagram books, but not one like this offering self-care tips for my specific type, the Individualist. I’m to: *Stop procrastinating *Accept life as it is *Realize that ordinary is fine *Know I’m not what I create These are apt steps for someone who wants to stand out as a talented, one-of-a-kind creative. The book also offers self-care ideas for the other eight Enneagram types, plus tips on how partners can provide support. A unique and very helpful guide to better understanding yourself. Pub Date 15 Dec 2020 Thanks to the author, Tiller Press and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are mine. #TakeCareOfYourType #NetGalley

  2. 4 out of 5

    Panda Incognito

    This gentle guide helps people recognize the self-care routines and personal growth choices that may be most necessary for them based on their Enneagram type. The author explains at the beginning that this is not a bubble bath type of self-care book, but that it focuses on the choices that people can make to overcome their personal struggles, offset their weaknesses, and shore up their strengths. I found this book very insightful, and value the different perspective on self-care. As an Enneagram This gentle guide helps people recognize the self-care routines and personal growth choices that may be most necessary for them based on their Enneagram type. The author explains at the beginning that this is not a bubble bath type of self-care book, but that it focuses on the choices that people can make to overcome their personal struggles, offset their weaknesses, and shore up their strengths. I found this book very insightful, and value the different perspective on self-care. As an Enneagram One, I am particularly inclined to be scornful of self-care messages that tell you that you are "perfect," should do everything that you want, and should fulfill all of your desires and motivations before thinking about others. This book helps readers conceptualize self-care as a process of attending to your own deep needs and inner work in order to be a better person, lead a more fulfilled life, and engage in healthier relationships with other people. I really appreciate that approach. I ended up skimming through some of the chapters that involved types that I don't identify with or recognize within my closest circles, but I hugely enjoyed the ones that felt immediate and necessary to me, and trust that this means that other people will identify just as deeply with the chapters that I skimmed. This is a great resource for people who are familiar with the Enneagram but unsure how to make practical life choices based on their self-knowledge, and it is also a good introduction to the personality system for someone who has yet to type themselves. This book covers enough information to meet the needs of both audiences, and each chapter also includes perspectives on how people can understand and support loved ones with that chapter's Enneagram type. I think that this can be a helpful resource for a lot of people, and may be a great book for couples or close friends to read together and discuss to get the most out of the ideas and help each other put them into practice. I received a temporary digital copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    It's a very soft, gentle, "you are okay and valid" kind of self-help book, if that's what you're looking for. It's also a little two-dimensional: several of the "you might be this type" statements specify that this type likes a certain kind of music or has a particular sense of humor. Yes, the Enneagram is a personality test that simplifies people down to nine categories! There'll be some things that don't fit, but...I've read other books that treat those categories as self-examination. By addin It's a very soft, gentle, "you are okay and valid" kind of self-help book, if that's what you're looking for. It's also a little two-dimensional: several of the "you might be this type" statements specify that this type likes a certain kind of music or has a particular sense of humor. Yes, the Enneagram is a personality test that simplifies people down to nine categories! There'll be some things that don't fit, but...I've read other books that treat those categories as self-examination. By adding preferences and quirks to the descriptions, declaring one type minimalist or goofy or a jazz-lover or sarcastic, they all read more like horoscopes for someone I've never met.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    If you're into the Enneagram as I have been for the last few weeks, and you like focusing on self-care (which let's be honest we all need more of in 2020), this book will be a great addition to your home library. This book breaks down each type and tells you what they struggle with and what type of self-care would help the most. While the ideas were so-so for my type, they were spot on for my husband and I really enjoyed reading them and taking down some ideas on how I can help him. They were so If you're into the Enneagram as I have been for the last few weeks, and you like focusing on self-care (which let's be honest we all need more of in 2020), this book will be a great addition to your home library. This book breaks down each type and tells you what they struggle with and what type of self-care would help the most. While the ideas were so-so for my type, they were spot on for my husband and I really enjoyed reading them and taking down some ideas on how I can help him. They were so right for him that I went back and reread mine and am saving them for another read, too. I've also used it to read about my friends so I can have ways to help them on their self-care journey. Super fun read. with gratitude to edelweiss and tiller press for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    There are many books about the enneagram, but this is the only one that specifically addresses self-care (self-care as in caring for your mental and emotional well-being). There is one chapter for each enneagram type, and I like that it talks about both how to care for yourself and how to care for your loved ones. It is not an introduction to the enneagram, so read another book first to determine your type. I received an ARC from NetGalley. The book will be release on December 15, 2020.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jana Fryman

    Good guide to self-care based in Enneagram type. I appreciated how it was focused on long-term suggestions and not simply things like ‘take a bath’ and ‘yoga.’ My type (1: The Idealist) was spot on and brought new light as to why the suggestions may help. The guide at the end of each chapter as to how to best support those of others types is something I found helpful and plan to incorporate with family/friends in the future.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    I didn’t know what to expect when I bought this book but decided to take a chance on it. I’m glad I did though. The chapter on my type was spot on. I thought all of it was interesting, useful and helpful. It talks about each type individually, with some info on each wing in each type (ex: 1w9 or 1w2). It also gives some insight into how you can help another person with that particular type. I really liked this book and will keep coming back to it as a good reference

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    This has been the perfect book to start my year with. If you’re into the enneagram (or don’t know much about it yet), @christinaswilcox is a must-follow. So much care and consideration goes into the things she posts, and it was no different with this book. ⁣ ⁣ I was impressed by the way she tailored each type’s section, to work for them — not just the subject-matter, but the way she presents it (i.e. data and research for the Type 5 🙌🏽). I’ve read a few books about the enneagram and this book has This has been the perfect book to start my year with. If you’re into the enneagram (or don’t know much about it yet), @christinaswilcox is a must-follow. So much care and consideration goes into the things she posts, and it was no different with this book. ⁣ ⁣ I was impressed by the way she tailored each type’s section, to work for them — not just the subject-matter, but the way she presents it (i.e. data and research for the Type 5 🙌🏽). I’ve read a few books about the enneagram and this book has kept me engaged in reading each type’s full section more than any other. It’s such valuable insight into the things you can do for yourself, and your loved ones, that speak directly the heart of the type.⁣

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kapua

    I loved this book! It talks about each type and includes traits of the type, what types of self-care they need, their possible wings, and how others can support them. This is the first book I’ve read about the enneagram and I loved it! Going into it I had identified as a type 4 only. I hadn’t really found either of the wings more dominant, but after reading this book I realized I am a 4w3. This book would be helpful for any type of relationship if you know their type, even as some kind of PD.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Timothy

    This book, while short, is designed to help people realize their personality type and to give each type tips on how to self-improve. The book identifies nine (9) types of Enneagram: Idealist, Helper, Achiever, Individualist, Observer, Loyalist, Enthusiast, Challenger and Peacemaker. Within each section, the book illustrates what each types characteristics are as well as to reinforce the positive characteristics while trying to diminish the type's "fear." For example, the Challenger is identified This book, while short, is designed to help people realize their personality type and to give each type tips on how to self-improve. The book identifies nine (9) types of Enneagram: Idealist, Helper, Achiever, Individualist, Observer, Loyalist, Enthusiast, Challenger and Peacemaker. Within each section, the book illustrates what each types characteristics are as well as to reinforce the positive characteristics while trying to diminish the type's "fear." For example, the Challenger is identified as someone who tries to take on a lot, but the book recommends setting up boundaries on what you will do and what you will not do. Basically, do not take on every "challenge," because it will negatively affect your health and your relationships. It is good to say "no" sometimes and to take things slowly, because there is no need to rush. While I was reading this book, I could not concretely identify which type I am. I feel that I am a combination of the Helper, the Observer and the Peacemaker. While I like a challenge sometimes, I do not go out of my way to add more work to my plate than I know I can do. Similarly, while I do enjoy new experiences, I do not need to be always entertained and therefore I feel that I am not an "Enthusiast." The Idealist seems a bit extreme for me. I know that there are things that I cannot do that are perfectly done, but that just means that there is room for improvement. The Achiever also seems a bit too extreme in that there are instances where I can "shape-shift" into what other people's desired person is. I mean I can talk to many different people, but I do not go out of my way to get close to "leaders." I might have a slight Loyalist in me, because I am not a huge fan of change, but I can get used to it and I try to be grateful for everything I receive. That just leaves Helper, Observer and Peacemaker. As someone who was raised to help those less fortunate than me as well as my analytical training in the legal field, I feel that sometimes I try to help people more than I should. Additionally, sometimes I step to far back mentally when I am observing something and that affects me from reacting right away. I am truly considering the tips that are in these three sections, which include briefly telling others what I need, being more courageous, and make my opinion known. This seems like a worthwhile book to read if you are interested in personality types. **I received this as part of a Goodreads giveaway.

  11. 5 out of 5

    John Samuelsohn

    What I liked the best about this book was its authentic voice. I especially liked the explanations and how each type description has a section about self care and how to be the best version of yourself. It even explains how someone else can encourage a particular type. Seriously this book will be an asset to any individual and or a corporation looking to gain insight on prospective employees. For a good read its an encyclopedic of information. Love the book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Holly Pablo Monasterial

    I enjoyed this quick read about self-care based on the 9 enneagram types. There's no means of testing included, so find an online quiz before you dive in. While most resources solely focus on explaining the types, this is the first I've encountered that pays attention to strengthening interpersonal relationships. The author encourages reading cover-to-cover. I found it more helpful to read just me and my spouse's type to begin with. (I'll read more when I learn the types of various people in my l I enjoyed this quick read about self-care based on the 9 enneagram types. There's no means of testing included, so find an online quiz before you dive in. While most resources solely focus on explaining the types, this is the first I've encountered that pays attention to strengthening interpersonal relationships. The author encourages reading cover-to-cover. I found it more helpful to read just me and my spouse's type to begin with. (I'll read more when I learn the types of various people in my life, whom I'm actively encouraging to find out. Can't help it— I'm into the psychology of personality and want to know everything. Can you guess I'm a type 5?) So I went in knowing my enneagram type (5-wing-4 the observer / the investigator) and my spouse's type (8-wing-7 the challenger / the protector). It was incredibly helpful for us to read our individual sections, and then the other person's section, and then discuss. Much of it was spot-on. It gives us some insight into our relationship dynamic and how to take better care of ourselves and each other. Notes: Enneagram type 5: Alert, insightful, curious, innovative, introverted, private Core desires: To be self-reliant, competent, and useful Core fears: Being inept, dependent, incapable, and depleted Ultimate motivations: To be smart, to get to the bottom of things, to protect themselves from the unknown Affirmation: My needs are not a problem. To live is to learn for Observers, and they wouldn’t have it any other way. It’s what they’re comfortable with and it makes sense to them. But what many Observers don’t realize is that they are simply studying to gain knowledge, not to grow from it. Because they want to get to the bottom of all the world’s mysteries, they can sometimes forget to get to the bottom of the things that actually matter to them. Enneagram type 8: Strong-willed, resourceful, confident, protective, assertive Core desires: To take charge of their life, to be strong, to defend themselves and others. Core fears: Being at the mercy of someone else, being hurt or taken advantage of Ultimate motivations: To demonstrate their strength, to maintain self-reliance and composure, to overcome weakness Affirmation: I will not be betrayed. Challengers are especially known for having the most energy of all the types, so slowing their pace is extremely difficult for them—not necessarily because they don’t want to relax or rest, but because they don’t see themselves as people who need to slow down that often. They see themselves as having an endless amount of energy, and it is hard for them to recognize when they’ve reached their limits. To a Challenger, there are no physical limits, just obstacles to overcome. However, Type 8s also need to learn how to become aware of their human needs. Because as much as they might ignore them, they’re not going to go away. Limits do not make us weak; they make us human.

  13. 4 out of 5

    One Cool Cat

    Full disclosure: I was in a rushed mood when I read this, so I skipped the other types and just read the two that match me the best, along with the intro... Does anyone else ever open a book and feel like you have to read it all as fast as possible, or else? It's a disservice to the book but I also knew ahead of time I'd be reading it quickly because of the subject matter. Anyway, I'm giving this book three stars because it was good for what it was, but nothing in it was revolutionary. To boil it Full disclosure: I was in a rushed mood when I read this, so I skipped the other types and just read the two that match me the best, along with the intro... Does anyone else ever open a book and feel like you have to read it all as fast as possible, or else? It's a disservice to the book but I also knew ahead of time I'd be reading it quickly because of the subject matter. Anyway, I'm giving this book three stars because it was good for what it was, but nothing in it was revolutionary. To boil it down: each type is laid out with a brief description, including a checklist (you might be type # if you...) and a description of the two wings for each type. Then, there's a quick overview of why each type needs/deserves self-care. Next there's the breakdown of what the author feels is the best self-care, which often includes anecdotes. Last, each section ends with advice for others to care for that type in their lives. Overall it was a fun read. I like enneagram, but I don't take it all that seriously either. The self-care advice in this book was pretty good, at least in the two types I read. I'm not sure that it wasn't anything I haven't tried or thought about, though sometimes it's nice to have someone else reaffirm it, too. For instance, I'm either a 5w6 or 6w5, and the type 5 advice included dancing. I have done dance on and off my whole life and do consider it a great complimentary hobby for my personality. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone into enneagram. Self-care is harder to do lately, what with a pandemic, but also a bit more needed than usual, what with a pandemic. The author is gentle and encouraging, so you probably won't feel worse, even if the advice is off for you! This book is not based in science enough for my taste (type 5/6, remember?). However, I still felt the advice was spot on and a good starting point, especially with maybe therapy or general mental health practices added in for anyone needing a real happiness boost.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Malvin

    This is a small and practical book. It is for people who already have basic knowledge about what Enneagram. As mentioned in the title, the whole book dedicates to sharing practical tips and activities to self-care and self-grow yourself and interact with other people based on your and their Enneagram type. I only focused on my own type and skimmed through the rest. I do find recommendations for my type are quite helpful. A few takeaways for Type I - The Idealist: 1. Gain perspective: When you are This is a small and practical book. It is for people who already have basic knowledge about what Enneagram. As mentioned in the title, the whole book dedicates to sharing practical tips and activities to self-care and self-grow yourself and interact with other people based on your and their Enneagram type. I only focused on my own type and skimmed through the rest. I do find recommendations for my type are quite helpful. A few takeaways for Type I - The Idealist: 1. Gain perspective: When you are too tensed and focused, take a break and slow down so you can see the bigger picture. 2. It's OK to be angry: Suppressing your anger doesn't make it go away. It is OK to express how other people make you feel, as long as you don't yell and scream. 3. Take yourself out of the running: It is OK to sometimes not be a little bit better everyday. Take a break. 4. Jump into something impractical: Occasionally do things that don't necessarily make your life better as a way to give yourself a break. 5. Let yourself be struggle: It means you are learning. 6. Let go of control: Just accept it. 7. Throw a party for no reason: Celebrate small things. Celebrate frequently. If you don't think your success is worth celebrating, celebrate the success of others. Celebration brings fulfillment. 8. Prioritize community: Let yourself be vulnerable and be cared for by people you trust. 9. Forgive yourself: The hardest person to forgive is yourself. But if someone is worth forgiving then you are also worth forgiving. 10. Find a creative outlet: use art to be more self-expressing. Don't just appreciate art. Create art.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Renae

    As a person newly intrigued by the enneagram types and someone who is interested in taking more time for self-care, I thought this book would be perfect for me. I found, as have other reviewers, that it was too surface-level and read more like a horoscope. When interests me about the enneagram is the opportunity it opens up for personal growth. This book seemed to lack that and was more focused on very (in my opinion) obvious self-care tips and soft coddling of learned behaviors. Cute layout and As a person newly intrigued by the enneagram types and someone who is interested in taking more time for self-care, I thought this book would be perfect for me. I found, as have other reviewers, that it was too surface-level and read more like a horoscope. When interests me about the enneagram is the opportunity it opens up for personal growth. This book seemed to lack that and was more focused on very (in my opinion) obvious self-care tips and soft coddling of learned behaviors. Cute layout and concept, but in practice I don't think it was really worth reading. I do really like Christina Wilcox and love what she tried to do here, but it felt too shallow and too much about stories of her and her friends that weren't applicable to me.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    This is a gentle, quick read but offers a lot of insight into each type. I was only modestly familiar with enneagram types prior to reading and learned a lot. As instructed in the introduction I resisted the urge to skip ahead to what I knew to be my type, and am so glad I did! Learning about types that were more unfamiliar and the puzzle that is the people around us was even more enlightening than reading the instructions on your own type. Would have enjoyed a testing aspect or a greater overvie This is a gentle, quick read but offers a lot of insight into each type. I was only modestly familiar with enneagram types prior to reading and learned a lot. As instructed in the introduction I resisted the urge to skip ahead to what I knew to be my type, and am so glad I did! Learning about types that were more unfamiliar and the puzzle that is the people around us was even more enlightening than reading the instructions on your own type. Would have enjoyed a testing aspect or a greater overview on the idea and origin behind enneagram types to further set the stage. Thank you Tiller for the giveaway in exchange for an honest review!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    👍🏻: This book gives 10-15 ideas for each enneagram type on how to take care of themselves, as well as 3 ways we can care for each type specifically. I learned a lot from this book on what each type struggles with & how I can love them more. I learned a lot about myself & what I can do to take for myself & had some really good conversations with friends about their types. 👎🏻: While I enjoyed reading about each type, I didn’t take a ton from reading what each type could do for themselves.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Gwyn

    I gave this book to my adult daughter as a Christmas gift. She loved it. Here's her review: "5 stars. Well written. Greet information that fits each type very well. Really good formating makes it easy to read. Great, practical tips for self-care. Best part is that the book is not just a regurgitation of Riso-Hudson or Helen Palmer. Has a unique perspective. Would recommend for anyone interested in enneagram or self- care practices. " I gave this book to my adult daughter as a Christmas gift. She loved it. Here's her review: "5 stars. Well written. Greet information that fits each type very well. Really good formating makes it easy to read. Great, practical tips for self-care. Best part is that the book is not just a regurgitation of Riso-Hudson or Helen Palmer. Has a unique perspective. Would recommend for anyone interested in enneagram or self- care practices. "

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlynne

    I'm a 9w1 with a 6w5 following close behind, which follows pretty accurately to any type of personality based quiz I've taken in the past. This was pretty interesting to read, and I thought there were some good tips on what you can do to take care of yourself that fits with your type. Not everything fit me 100%, but that's because everyone is slightly different, so not everything will work the same for everyone. I'm a 9w1 with a 6w5 following close behind, which follows pretty accurately to any type of personality based quiz I've taken in the past. This was pretty interesting to read, and I thought there were some good tips on what you can do to take care of yourself that fits with your type. Not everything fit me 100%, but that's because everyone is slightly different, so not everything will work the same for everyone.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    A short, fun little book focused on self-care practices that are specific to each enneagram type. A lot of the practices I found too vague or theoretical to actually be helpful. I will say that a few of the suggestions for type 4s were spot on for me and so I'm taking what I found to be beneficial and disregarding what I didn't. Yes, us type 4s do need better sleep habits and to make our beds in the morning. :) A short, fun little book focused on self-care practices that are specific to each enneagram type. A lot of the practices I found too vague or theoretical to actually be helpful. I will say that a few of the suggestions for type 4s were spot on for me and so I'm taking what I found to be beneficial and disregarding what I didn't. Yes, us type 4s do need better sleep habits and to make our beds in the morning. :)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rather.be.reading1

    Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review this book. Enneangrams are something I always want to learn more about so I was excited to read this one. Type 8 here ya'll! Every single thing they said is a Type 8 explains me! There was not much helpful information on self care for Type 8, but we are tough! Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review this book. Enneangrams are something I always want to learn more about so I was excited to read this one. Type 8 here ya'll! Every single thing they said is a Type 8 explains me! There was not much helpful information on self care for Type 8, but we are tough!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    This book is full of personalized information for each enneagram type. It has so much more than self-care tips. I found it really helpful and see myself using this as a reference for years to come. It's also really pretty, is a perfect small size, and has a really sturdy cover. I also learned how to care for others in my life. Great little book! This book is full of personalized information for each enneagram type. It has so much more than self-care tips. I found it really helpful and see myself using this as a reference for years to come. It's also really pretty, is a perfect small size, and has a really sturdy cover. I also learned how to care for others in my life. Great little book!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Reasonable self care book based on your enneagram type. A lot of focus on being gentle with yourself and loving who you are, which is positive, but not necessarily specifically actionable. As with any book based on personality types, only a small section is applicable to me. I did appreciate that each type had a few ways to care for the Type X person in your life.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Hollatz

    I mostly read through the types of my close friends and myself (as a 4w3) but as I suspected, this book is more of an introduction to the Enneagram. I wish it would have gone into more depth with wing types and how to better communicate with each type. This book focused more on self-care tips for each type, so if you are brand new to this tool, the book may be helpful for you.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Alston

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Some gold nuggets here! I've studied the Enneagram for years and appreciated a less dense/scholarly viewpoint. It created enough good discussion for a little book club with a small group of friends. A few too many personal vignettes for my taste, but it helped me understand some Types a little better. Some gold nuggets here! I've studied the Enneagram for years and appreciated a less dense/scholarly viewpoint. It created enough good discussion for a little book club with a small group of friends. A few too many personal vignettes for my taste, but it helped me understand some Types a little better.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Keri Murcray

    I loved this addition to my enneagram book collection. Such good ideas for self care based on each type and I also loved the suggestions for loving each type better. Lots of highlights and lots to reflect on. This is a great book - highly recommended!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    Full disclosure: i really only read my own type section and skimmed the rest. The enneagram is so fascinating and this was a good, easy to digest look at how to be the best version of your type. ARC from NETGALLEY in exchange for an honest review.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nick Salenga

    This is a great book of this welcoming & illustrated guide to your Enneagram type will not only help you recenter yourself & reconnect with your loved ones but also set you on path to feeling happier & healthier in mind, body, & spirit.

  29. 5 out of 5

    V Dixon

    I liked this book but I have a tendency to take time for myself. This book have 9 categories and it can be hard distinguish yourself if you are like me. Of course I tend to think taking time for yourself does not have to be based on a category it should be based on what relaxes you.

  30. 5 out of 5

    T

    Interesting concepts explored in the book. A few pointers to try out and take into the everyday.

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