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Type 1. Reformer

Click books below. (The description here was salvaged from Dave's Enneagram Site, when it was about to be deleted in 5/98. Check his new site for updates. )
E-gram  in Love & Work
Pocket E-gram
Riso and Hudson
Understanding E-gram
Discovering Your Type
E-gram Transform.
Baron & Wagele
E-gram Made Easy
Are You My Type?
Emotions and E-gram
Hurley & Dobson
What’s My Type?
E-gram for Youth
E-Type Structures
Excerpts from Enneagram Books
   Riso - Understanding the Enneagram
Childhood Origin: Disconnected from father-figure.
Basic Fear: Of being condemned.
Basic Desire: To be right.
Healthy Sense of Self: I am reasonable.
Characteristic Temptation: To be too personally obligated.
Characteristic Vice: Self-righteous anger.
Characteristic Virtue: Wisdom.
Hidden Complaint: I am right most of the time, and it would be a better world if people listened to what I tell them.
Key Defense Mechanisms: Repression, reaction formation, displacement.

Don Richard Riso

Understanding the Enneagram:
The Practical Guide to Personality Types
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1990, 288 pages

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