The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships

The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships

Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, whether with intimate partners, with friends, or in our professional lives. Understanding the motivations and dynamics of these different personality types can be the key that unlocks sometimes mystifying behavior in others?and in ourselves. This book from Suzanne Stab Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, whether ...

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Title:The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships
Author:Suzanne Stabile
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Number of Pages:240 pages pages

The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships Reviews

  • Heidi
    Jan 16, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

  • Bethany
    May 21, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

    A quick overview; some insightful nuggets paired with many familiar concepts. Felt too specific to be useful to those unfamiliar with the Enneagram, and a tad too general for my liking; but I appreciated the simple lists at the end of each chapter. ...

  • Katherine Pershey
    Jun 05, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

  • Laura
    Oct 07, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

  • James
    Aug 24, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

  • Stefanie
    Sep 06, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

  • Adam Shields
    Jul 30, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

  • Becky Giovagnoni
    Sep 22, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

  • Tiffani Morgan
    Sep 18, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

  • Rachel
    Mar 23, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

    A quick overview; some insightful nuggets paired with many familiar concepts. Felt too specific to be useful to those unfamiliar with the Enneagram, and a tad too general for my liking; but I appreciated the simple lists at the end of each chapter. ...

    Stabile provides some really good examples of the Enneagram approach to self-awareness- she and I are both Twos, so I really enjoyed her personal anecdotes - From the publisher: Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, w...

    This book is probably not the starting point for learning about the Enneagram. The best book for that would be "The Road Back to You," by co-authors Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile. "The Path Between Us" is the next step once you already have a basic understanding of yourself and t...

    This book was an absolute delight to work through. I did enjoy the first one Suzanne worked on, ?The Road Back to You,? and find it essential to understanding the basics of each type, but this one was much more practical for me personally because I?m constantly looking for ways t...

    The Path Between Us is a relationship guide based on the enneagram. For those who have never heard of enneagram, it is an equivalent of Myer-Briggs personality test, albeit with a spiritual background and more complexity. WHO WOULD ENJOY IT People with a love of Myer-Briggs types ...

    I was introduced to the Enneagram about a year ago when I friend sent me the typing test from The Road Back to You by Ian Cron and Suzanne Stabile. I immediately reserved the book at my local library and couldn?t wait to read it. As soon as I picked it up, I began reading and could b...

    YES! I loved this book. This is a great tool for anyone who already has a working knowledge of the enneagram and wants to go deeper in order to improve their relationships. The enneagram has been an essential tool for personal awareness and spiritual growth for me. My husband and I hav...

  • Rachel
    Apr 26, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

  • Cara Meredith
    Sep 23, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

  • Starla Gooch
    May 11, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

    A quick overview; some insightful nuggets paired with many familiar concepts. Felt too specific to be useful to those unfamiliar with the Enneagram, and a tad too general for my liking; but I appreciated the simple lists at the end of each chapter. ...

    Stabile provides some really good examples of the Enneagram approach to self-awareness- she and I are both Twos, so I really enjoyed her personal anecdotes - From the publisher: Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, w...

    This book is probably not the starting point for learning about the Enneagram. The best book for that would be "The Road Back to You," by co-authors Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile. "The Path Between Us" is the next step once you already have a basic understanding of yourself and t...

    This book was an absolute delight to work through. I did enjoy the first one Suzanne worked on, ?The Road Back to You,? and find it essential to understanding the basics of each type, but this one was much more practical for me personally because I?m constantly looking for ways t...

    The Path Between Us is a relationship guide based on the enneagram. For those who have never heard of enneagram, it is an equivalent of Myer-Briggs personality test, albeit with a spiritual background and more complexity. WHO WOULD ENJOY IT People with a love of Myer-Briggs types ...

    I was introduced to the Enneagram about a year ago when I friend sent me the typing test from The Road Back to You by Ian Cron and Suzanne Stabile. I immediately reserved the book at my local library and couldn?t wait to read it. As soon as I picked it up, I began reading and could b...

  • Ada-Marie
    May 13, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

  • Laura
    Jul 10, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

  • Bob
    Apr 15, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

  • Rev. Linda
    Apr 24, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

    A quick overview; some insightful nuggets paired with many familiar concepts. Felt too specific to be useful to those unfamiliar with the Enneagram, and a tad too general for my liking; but I appreciated the simple lists at the end of each chapter. ...

    Stabile provides some really good examples of the Enneagram approach to self-awareness- she and I are both Twos, so I really enjoyed her personal anecdotes - From the publisher: Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, w...

  • Andrea Humphries
    Jul 08, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

  • Kayla Roth
    Jun 07, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

  • Heidi
    Jul 28, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

  • Kathryn
    Aug 31, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

  • Liz Knowles
    Jun 05, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

  • Brandon Rathbun
    May 07, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

  • Derek Baker
    May 30, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

    A quick overview; some insightful nuggets paired with many familiar concepts. Felt too specific to be useful to those unfamiliar with the Enneagram, and a tad too general for my liking; but I appreciated the simple lists at the end of each chapter. ...

    Stabile provides some really good examples of the Enneagram approach to self-awareness- she and I are both Twos, so I really enjoyed her personal anecdotes - From the publisher: Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, w...

    This book is probably not the starting point for learning about the Enneagram. The best book for that would be "The Road Back to You," by co-authors Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile. "The Path Between Us" is the next step once you already have a basic understanding of yourself and t...

  • Y.S. Stephen
    Mar 20, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

    A quick overview; some insightful nuggets paired with many familiar concepts. Felt too specific to be useful to those unfamiliar with the Enneagram, and a tad too general for my liking; but I appreciated the simple lists at the end of each chapter. ...

    Stabile provides some really good examples of the Enneagram approach to self-awareness- she and I are both Twos, so I really enjoyed her personal anecdotes - From the publisher: Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, w...

    This book is probably not the starting point for learning about the Enneagram. The best book for that would be "The Road Back to You," by co-authors Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile. "The Path Between Us" is the next step once you already have a basic understanding of yourself and t...

    This book was an absolute delight to work through. I did enjoy the first one Suzanne worked on, ?The Road Back to You,? and find it essential to understanding the basics of each type, but this one was much more practical for me personally because I?m constantly looking for ways t...

    The Path Between Us is a relationship guide based on the enneagram. For those who have never heard of enneagram, it is an equivalent of Myer-Briggs personality test, albeit with a spiritual background and more complexity. WHO WOULD ENJOY IT People with a love of Myer-Briggs types ...

  • Cassian Lynne
    Jul 24, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

    There were a few helpful things in this one, especially in regards to a two (my number.) I didn't find the info on fives (my husband's number) to be as helpful. However, this was a good book to add to my understanding of the enneagram. ...

    Great supplement to the Road Back to You, moving a bit deeper into the Enneagram, though I could have used more info on the relational dynamics. One that I'll revisit. Enjoyed it on audio. ...

    Such a great read for enneagram lovers! I read parts of this to my family, spouse, and friends. It has helped me understand others and created meaningful conversation! ...

    Took notes through the whole book! Enneagram personalities and advice with how to incorporate different ways of doing things in relationships. Good insight. ...

    A quick overview; some insightful nuggets paired with many familiar concepts. Felt too specific to be useful to those unfamiliar with the Enneagram, and a tad too general for my liking; but I appreciated the simple lists at the end of each chapter. ...

    Stabile provides some really good examples of the Enneagram approach to self-awareness- she and I are both Twos, so I really enjoyed her personal anecdotes - From the publisher: Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, w...

    This book is probably not the starting point for learning about the Enneagram. The best book for that would be "The Road Back to You," by co-authors Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile. "The Path Between Us" is the next step once you already have a basic understanding of yourself and t...

    This book was an absolute delight to work through. I did enjoy the first one Suzanne worked on, ?The Road Back to You,? and find it essential to understanding the basics of each type, but this one was much more practical for me personally because I?m constantly looking for ways t...

  • Marcia DeHaan
    Aug 15, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...

    For those who like the enneagram, this is a good book. For those who like to look at how the enneagram effects your relationship with others, this is a great book. I think I?ll be looking at this sporadically when I have a problem or look to improve in a relationship with someone! ...

    I loved this look at the Enneagram. Being a fellow 2, I love Suzanne and her insight. I loved the way that she wrote about the interactions between each of the types. So useful for my relationships. can't wait to re-read my section in the future. ...

    I did not read all of this book, though I am a fan of the enneagram as a tool to understanding myself and others. I found certain sections to be engaging and helpful when I sought understanding for specific relationships, but it just wasn't a book I would sit down and read through cove...

  • Laura
    Sep 04, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

  • Luke Roorda
    Apr 30, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

  • Mary Rojo
    Jul 18, 2018

    Certainly a helpful supplement, but not the place to start if you've never heard of the Enneagram. There's a lot of great stuff here, though I would have liked a little more information in each chapter. When you only have a brief description for each, I think it starts to become more o...

    Suzanne Stabile's new book, The Path Between Us, is a much needed followup to her joint book with Ian Cron, The Road Back to You. Stabile's, The Path Between Us, helps readers authentically apply the enneagram to the complex relationships in their lives-- whether personal or profession...

    Review coming soon! ...

    I read this book after The Road Back To You. I found it helpful, concise, and very practical. All personality types can learn how to better understand themselves in an effort improve and relate more effectively with others. ...

    Summary: Using the tool of the Enneagram, this explores how each "number" interacts with the other numbers, how each number relates in stress, and security, and what is helpful for other "numbers" to understand about relating to a person with this number. In The Road Back to You, ...

    The Enneagram is an ancient fluid personality framework. The Path Between Us shows how the Enneagram can help us to improve our relationships through self acceptance and empathy. I'd recommend this as a level 2 book in your Enneagram study, only once you have a good handle on the basic...

    Short Review: This is the third book I have read on the Enneagram this year. I have been skeptical about the enneagram, but I can see the value of it as a mental descriptive model. No personality test is perfect. Any type of people into a limited set of categories, no matter how many t...

    I love Suzanne and have found studying the enneagram really helpful when faced with challenging relationships and for practicing by empathy. ?? ...

    It?s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile?s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you?re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn?t the best place to start. ...

    If you?re only going to read one book about the Enneagram, read ?The Road Back To You.? If you?re going to read two books on the Enneagram, then this is for sure the 2nd. Absolutely loved the insightful, thoughtful, and deep wisdom of Enneagram ?Jedi Master? Suzanne Stabile...

    I have to admit, I find the enneagram to be problematic in some ways, but I set that aside, and am reviewing this book on its own merits, apart from the merits of the enneagram itself. There are certainly some good things to glean from this book. Ms. Stabile very quickly cuts to th...

    My expectations here may have been unrealistic, but I found this book too superficial to be truly helpful. I did get some useful ideas from the other eight chapters, but when I read the chapter about my own number, I didn?t feel it described me very well at all. But this could be due...

    Suzanne Stabile is a master enneagram teacher that I encountered with her previous book and podcast, The Road Back to You, co-authored with Ian Cron. While that book was an introductory text, and her and Cron seem to have gone their separate ways (they now have dueling enneagram podcas...

    ?The Enneagram is not about a pigeonhole, it?s more like ?here?s a place where you hover? and you can see how stress is affecting you and you can see possible indicators about what you could do to alleviate the stress. That is very helpful, especially in building relationship...

    This was just okay for me... having gotten more into the Enneagram in the last couple of years, I find myself a little less moved by Stabile (and Cron, her former writing partner). A good step past a basic introduction, but this felt a bit thin and pop-psychology to me. I just finished...

    "The Path Between Us" helped me understand how each Enneagram number thinks. It's a healthy nudge in the direction of seeking to see everyone as they are, despite their imperfections. I love the Enneagram because it's accessible insight (when studied well) to the inner ways of each hum...