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    Quote Originally Posted by Boo View Post
    Gosh darn~ I knew it would have come to 6 while I was typing it.
    Reason being I plea for 7 is because I'm always shuffling through items, hobbies, activities. If I have nothing to do I get whiny and cranky. Sometimes I wake up depressed if I know it's just another mundane episode of "My Life," and then I feel that loathing despair that there's no reason why I should get up and live ;____;
    I'm like that, too. I think it's called being an extrovert or a really strong perceiver.
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    Yep, 6w7's need to ask multiple people when making decisions. 6w5's usually only depend on one person to ask, and the rest they rely on themselves to weed through resources and gather the "answers". 6 isn't a bad place to be, because it can mean your "answers" are well-done and well-thought-out, since you are constantly questioning them lol..... It can mean your work is very thorough and that you become very knowledgeable.
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    Heheheh ^^; And when that happens I kind of drag everyone into my melodrama.
    I thought watching Fantasia & Fantasia 2000 would be like cathartic therapy, but when the whole Space/Dinosaur scene rolled in I felt like I was choking because the idea that I'm so small in the big big world frightened me. And then my brother heightened my fear by adding "yeah and when the sun dies everyone will be dead and humans won't exist anymore." T_T recently I've been very scared of death... So I try to find things to do so I won't have to think about it even though I end up igniting my fears anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boo View Post
    Heheheh ^^; And when that happens I kind of drag everyone into my melodrama.
    I thought watching Fantasia & Fantasia 2000 would be like cathartic therapy, but when the whole Space/Dinosaur scene rolled in I felt like I was choking because the idea that I'm so small in the big big world frightened me. And then my brother heightened my fear by adding "yeah and when the sun dies everyone will be dead and humans won't exist anymore." T_T recently I've been very scared of death... So I try to find things to do so I won't have to think about it even though I end up igniting my fears anyway.
    I went through that phase. I don't fear it anymore because fearing it won't prevent it (beyond reasonable precautions). I just want to fight death and win, which I think is different, I've always been hella willful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boo View Post
    Heheheh ^^; And when that happens I kind of drag everyone into my melodrama.
    I thought watching Fantasia & Fantasia 2000 would be like cathartic therapy, but when the whole Space/Dinosaur scene rolled in I felt like I was choking because the idea that I'm so small in the big big world frightened me. And then my brother heightened my fear by adding "yeah and when the sun dies everyone will be dead and humans won't exist anymore." T_T recently I've been very scared of death... So I try to find things to do so I won't have to think about it even though I end up igniting my fears anyway.
    Fear of death seems to be somewhat common for 6w7's.
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    fear of death - 6
    fear of aging - 3



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    It's funny because even though you'd assume I'd be interested in the unknown, I'm a little repelled by it because it scares me so much :'(

    Hahaha I'm afraid of both. But I'm sure I won't age too terribly :'( My mother hasn't at all...
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    and 7 is what?? afraid of boredom? being trapped? not being able to experience all the things you want to experience?

    it's threads like these that confuse me...am i more 6 or more 7...am i more go with the flow...easy breezy? or worried about outcomes and needing back up plans?? hmm...i do both but...i'm not afraid of dying really...or aging...yet i might become super bummed out about that at some point. but...i'm afraid of being stuck...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloé View Post
    fear of death - 6

    I'm a 6w5, and I've never feared death, except for when I was a kid..... not that I know of, anyways. Maybe I'm too counterphobe to know it, or something...... but I'm definitely not thinking about it or actively fearing it like phobic 6w7's I see. I would be interested to know if other 6w5's fear death and what their take is on it.
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    hey, that was just fun over generalisation to state that i fear more aging and being ugly and useless than death

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