Twos tend to be openly communicative with one another. They should continually check-in and create casual conversation, in order to build personal connections. Twos should be attentive, encouraging, and supportive when addressing other Twos.
Twos should discuss tension honestly; they need to be direct, but understanding, clearly sharing their own perspectives, while avoiding harsh language or tone. Twos should work together to find a solution that suits their needs.
Twos tend to trust other Twos who are affectionate and emotionally intuitive. They need to spend intentional time getting to know one another, in order to build stronger personal connections. They should encourage each other to recognize and communicate their own needs.
Twos are generally caring, attentive, and thoughtful. They bring warmth and connection to a work environment, as they serve those around them in unique ways. Twos can help remind each other to take a break from helping others to care for themselves.
Twos tend to prefer security and consistency over new situations and may be disrupted by change. However, if the change doesn’t majorly impact their relationships, they will likely adjust after a short amount of time.
Twos need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
Twos should encourage one another to take occasional personal time to recharge.
Twos can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
Twos can encourage one another by showing appreciation for their acts of service.
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