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    I call duality perfect when you find a dual with compatible DCNH and compatible enneagram. Anything less is very uncertain.

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    It's weird. They "appear" in my life once every 4 years or so.....

    You "just know" when you meet your dual, it's kinda spooky.

    So much potential but it never works out because other things get in the way
    Even gravity won't hold back your tears from science.

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    My husband, my cousins, my mil and Abbie of course

    They are all different enneagram
    I like a few of the LSE here including @UDP but I haven’t met any in real life

    I guess I easily develop feelings of love
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    only two, one non romantic (my grandfather whom I love very much)

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    Considering I've met one SLE in my life and I thought he was a fake douche in the vein of Mencia the answer is zero. Types I meet often: IEI, ILI, IEE, ILE. Types I meet a medium amount of:SEI, LSI, EII, EIE, ESI, LSE, LIE, LII. Types I meet rarely: SLI. SLE: literally one ever. Therefore SLE practically does not exist to me.

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