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POLL: What is Your Role?

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Dave:

--- Quote from: Elisabeth on May 13, 2011, 10:29:12 PM ---The 'forum' template is much easier for me to participate in, truthfully. It's all here and solid, easily navigable, and not so divided up into constantly-streaming topics. I can find things I want to find.

On an enneagram forum I was on for a while, it seemed to be very scholar and artisan heavy with aggressive warrior influences, and the few louder sages/priests. So I felt that I stuck out like a sore thumb. A lot of intellectual arrogance and cynicism going on in that place though ("probably isn't, you're not, this is not, because I said so, clearly, you're all idiots"). Pretty hazardous place for one's sanity.  :P

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Ha! Clearly you were at the world's most dangerous forum and lived to tell about it. I wonder if there are forums so bad that you're actually traumatized after visiting?   :o

This forum, of course, is a place for quiet contemplation. Although all aggressive Warriors will be dangled by their thumbs. ;D

Best,
Dave

Chiara DB:

--- Quote from: Dave on May 14, 2011, 04:20:52 AM --- Although all aggressive Warriors will be dangled by their thumbs.

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I don't know, I think they might actually like that...calms them down after a long hard day of aggressing  :D

Velleity:

--- Quote ---I wonder if there are forums so bad that you're actually traumatized after visiting?
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Oh yes, there are. I actually was mildly traumatized by it, going through a vulnerable part in my life. Took me a while to stay away for good though, because there was so much interesting information to be had from it... but when interacting, the negative energy on it was so palpable (from older members usually), it changed your mood considerably after spending more than 5 minutes conversing. Some online friends I made from it (sane ones) agreed that it was very toxic/poisonous and exponentially bred negativity in oneself within minutes. There was little point to life in spending any more time there.

jk:
I think people with Exchange at a high place within their Needs would be more active on any forums than others. Plus Sages and Artisans want to express themselves normally anyway.

Dave:
Yes, needs like exchange, expression, and communion would factor into the equation, too.

Best,
Dave

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