[Enneagram Type 4] 4's Disintegration

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This is a discussion on 4's Disintegration within the Type 4 Forum - The Individualist forums, part of the Heart Triad - Types 2,3,4 category; Describe your disintegration to 4, is it accurate to say you take up type 2 tendencies. State your wing/wings and ...

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    4's Disintegration

    Describe your disintegration to 4, is it accurate to say you take up type 2 tendencies. State your wing/wings and how those play into your disintegration if you know it's related. How do you get affected, what do you begin to do?

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    Type 4w3

    I'm 4w3.

    In disintegration, my neediness increases. I have a greater focus on being noticed. When I go unnoticed I panic, become complaintive inside and out, can lash out overtly through mockery of statuses.. I'll let my discontent be known thru body language or something. I imagine many 4s can simply withdraw. I hate that part the most, but I do withdraw. A 4 needs reciprocation of its needs to express itself, to become self-aware without too much emotional interference.

    I think in disintegration I had tried to talk myself into my friend's love life. I do have a crush, but I felt so dead and desperate that I seemed uncontrollably inclined to win him over. Disintegration to 2 is a messed up place. At least I was fairly honest about it the whole time. haha
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    Type 4w5

    You might find this thread interesting (though I find it embarrassing): The two in You

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    Type 4w3

    I find that I disintegrate to an unhealthy 1 sometimes. I am irritable, but try to suppress it, but then I explode with all the things that are "wrong" with a person or a situation. i am nitpicky, critical and resentful. i think its my inferior ti coming out too. i am a 4w5 enfj. But I also see unhealthy 2, where sometimes I feel a NEED to be with others. When I am sad, that is when I start sending texts/ emails to friends, in efforts to reconnect with them. I want to physically be alone, but I crave having emotional support and so I use the computer for that. So that is my experience. I feel like nowadays I am more likely to disintegrate to a 1 more than a 2. I know it may not be a common answer, but I swear that I am being honest about my experience.


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