the high-octane high-fun lively energy of e7s gets them going and once they do they usually keep going.
how do they take hits? what really knocks them back? how do they learn to manage commitment and consistency? is it possible for them to survive without conditions that are well-suited to huge amounts of stimulation? are they really fun enough to make it in situations that are less so and what are the restrictions of this?
i'm trying to get a sense of what their expectations and assumptions about relationships are and how those fit with their basic approach to maintaining their well-being and how that approach grows and matures in a healthy way as the bigger picture comes into focus with psychosocial and cognitive maturation.
at what age is it reasonable for a 7w6 to consider trying to go the distance? is this even a goal? does it ever happen if it is not a specific goal? being so open and receptive to the moment, when does the longer-term story kick in and what effect does it have on managing what something is worth?
my entp 7w6 sx/so friend and i have been talking about this a lot, and i'm trying to figure out what the experience is like from this perspective so other to me.
have you, as a 7w6, really sat with the emotional turmoil after a relationship that you wanted to succeed? did you rush into other possibilities to find something else to want and pull you forward and kickstart your mood system again? would it ever be worth it to fully digest the experience and its significance to you at the expense of your personal liveliness in the present?
so, 7w6s, what are your experiences and perspectives relating to these questions?