“Questioners” as Adults

Yesterday in Psychology Today’s blog, I wrote:

“In this cartoon, which I drew for the chapter on the Questioner personality in ‘The Career Within You,’ the dark-haired woman expresses the way Questioners’ minds often work. Their active, whirling brains may be at cross-purposes with themselves or produce sharp, logical thoughts. (For a glimpse into the psyche of Questioner children, see the drawing from “The Enneagram of Parenting” in my blog last week on WordPress.”

To finish reading the post on Questioner adults in yesterday’s Psychology Today blog, click here. This and the one from 2-23-10 on Questioner children are companion pieces.

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