Elizabeth Wagele

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Elizabeth Wagele attended the University of California in Berkeley majoring in music composition. She raised 4 children with husband Gus and lives in Berkeley. She enjoys playing the piano, gardening, writing, grandchildren, walking in Berkeley and San Francisco, morning coffee at her local cafe. Her newest book is "The Enneagram of Death - Helpful Insights by the 9 Types of People on Grief, Fear, and Death." ...more

Elizabeth Wagele (1939-2017)

The author, musician, and blogger has passed away at age 77.
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Excerpt from The Happy Introvert (Nonfiction)
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“What we cannot admit in ourselves we often find in others. If a person--who speaks of another person whom he hates with a vengeance that seems nearly irrational--can be brought to describe the characteristics which he most dislikes, you will frequently have a picture of his own repressed aspects which are unrecognized to him though obvious to others. -June Singer”
Elizabeth Wagele, The Happy Introvert: A Wild and Crazy Guide to Celebrating Your True Self

“Though culture and home environment play important roles in the overall shaping of a person, we have learned that children have an inborn tendency to be either introverted or extroverted, sensitive or insensitive, adventurous or timid, passive or aggressive. They are even born with a tendency toward being either neat or disorganized; it’s not just the result of how well their parents trained them.”
Elizabeth Wagele, The Enneagram of Parenting: The 9 Types of Children and How to Raise Them Successully

“Listen to your being. It is continuously giving you hints; it is a still, small voice. It does not shout at you, that is true. And if you are a little silent you will start feeling your way. Be the person you are. Never try to be another, and you will become mature. Maturity is accepting the responsibility of being oneself, whatsoever the cost. Risking all to be oneself, that's what maturity is all about.”
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