The Road Back to You: Looking at Life Through the Lens of the Enneagram

Taking Care of Yourself: An interview with Hunter Mobley - Enneagram 2 (The Helper) - Episode 9

August 23, 2016

Is setting boundaries in your life a problem? Are you more comfortable giving than receiving? Do you secure a place for everyone at the table but fail to save a seat for yourself?

Then there's a good chance you're an Enneagram 2 (The Helper)!

Join Ian and Suzanne on this week's episode of The Road Back To You as they interview Hunter Mobley, Executive Pastor at Christ Church Nashville and Adjunct Professor of Law at Belmont University. Hunter is a mature Enneagram 2 who talks openly about some of these complex questions:

  • Why do I think about relationships 24/7?
  • When is my giving to others altruistic and when is it manipulative?
  • How can I learn to do that which is mine to do?
  • Why do I spend so much time getting people to love me?

Their discussion will help you understand how to look inward with kindness and ask, "What needs the most attention in my life right now."

For any listener who struggles with the constant need to feel valued and loved, Hunter is a terrific example of one who shares your pain and utilizes the Enneagram as a tool to find the path to a life that is balanced and productive.

NEXT WEEK! Join us as we take a break going through the numbers of the Enneagram and feature a very special episode on Politics and Personality. Our guest is Michael Wear, one of the youngest White House staffers in modern American History, who directed faith outreach for President Obama's  historic 2012 re-election campaign.