What I also like about that wiki article is that it also mentions some ways to step out of that triangle, or work with where you are feeling. For example:
The Power of TED, first published in 2009, recommends that the "victim" adopt the alternative role of creator, view the persecutor as a challenger, and enlist a coach instead of a rescuer.
- Creator – victims are encouraged to be outcome-oriented as opposed to problem-oriented and take responsibility for choosing their response to life challenges. They should focus on resolving "dynamic tension" (the difference between current reality and the envisioned goal or outcome) by taking incremental steps toward the outcomes he or she is trying to achieve.
- Challenger – a victim is encouraged to see a persecutor as a person (or situation) that forces the creator to clarify his or her needs, and focus on their learning and growth.
- Coach – a rescuer should be encouraged to ask questions that are intended to help the individual to make informed choices. The key difference between a rescuer and a coach is that the coach sees the creator as capable of making choices and of solving his or her own problems. A coach asks questions that enable the creator to see the possibilities for positive action, and to focus on what he or she does want instead of what he or she does not want.
And whist talking about psychological models, I've been intrigued by the Enneagram recently too. I'm divided between thinking it's a good description of me, vs thinking that probably most people could say they fit most of the categories.
I'd be interested if you'd find out your number, see if it describes you, and also maybe share which one you think I might be?
You can do a quick test here: http://www.9types.com/rheti/index.php or here: https://www.eclecticenergies.com/