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    I definitely notice the difference between myself and other INFPs. It seems common for INFPs to score 4w5, while I am 9w8.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    sx - exacerbates E, makes J milder
    sp - exacerbates I, makes J stronger
    so - exacerbates J, makes N milder
    That's interesting, how did you find this out?

    It works for me, I am predominantly sx, and not particularly introverted for an INFJ. As for my Judging skills, meh, hopeless! I always put it down to growing up in a family composed entirely of XXFP's (other than myself, of course), so I never had a J-role model to learn from, but maybe enneagram type and stackings have an influence here too?
    INFJ 9w1 sx/sp/so

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    I'd say the primary sp and 2ndary so makes sense for me. My N is sort of milder (I'm not totally detached and not really a sensotard) and my J is stronger as well. My I is also a bit weaker. As for J being weaker, well it's increased by a little bit I'd say.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    If you're looking for correlation, I just found this site today after testing as a 3w4 sx.
    "For a man who wants to make a profession of good in all regards must come to ruin among so many who are not good. Hence it is necessary to a prince, if he wants to maintain himself, to learn to be able not to be good, and to use this and not use it according to necessity."
    Niccolo Machiavelli

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    A chameleon-like, identity-seeking MBTI type combined with a "catch-all" Enneagram type.. yeah. ENFP, I think 9w8 so/sx/sp.

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    I score 8 as much as I score 5. Stacking is SX/SP tied.

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    I believe slacking would describe me better.

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    What does scoring sx/sp/so mean? That I'm a sx or that I'm equal parts sx,sp and so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    What does scoring sx/sp/so mean? That I'm a sx or that I'm equal parts sx,sp and so?
    that's the order...you're sx mostly then sp then so

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