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    Quote Originally Posted by NKC View Post
    yes yes. I completely understand. Making sure a person has a penis and is being honest about not having a vagina, is very important indeed. I'm very sure no one would ever think to put an opposing sex if they felt like it. we're all honest and such when it comes to the subject matter of genitals .. totally get it. It's very logical and very very important.

    sorry. I'm just teasing. I'm reminded of the dating site I was on for awhile. one of the people wanted a pic (other than the profile one) so that he would know I was a woman. I said, well, how about a phone call. he said no, he would prefer a pic. I thought, I could just send any pic off the net. that makes no sense?! and if you heard my voice .. there is NO way in hell my voice has an adams apple! LOL!! :p

    anyways. I think it's kinda cute you guys DISLIKED, the LIKE button. Personally ... I would have went for making a persons AGE mandatory. ya know, it's a LOT less likely someone can crawl under your skin once you've realized they're just a prepubescent BOY. ...
    you know what I mean? (not saying YOU are. but really. see it from my perspective).

    I'm half way done. I'll finish later because it's late. but I must admit, now I'm all ready to switch my type! I can't relate to the ISFP description at all but hey!!! This typology is SERIOUS business eh? because of course, knowing our types means we can't transcend our weaknesses thus maintaining the image for appropriate (and approved) intellectual discourse. would you not agree?

    This forum has been nothing shy as, amusing. I'm intrigued enough to stick around and find out who is who. lol!
    There is no correspondence between my idea and the dating site incident. There have been members who use gender-neutral names, or who use gender-OPPOSITE names. They seem to get great pleasure out of correcting somebody calling them "she" instead of "he" or vice versa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NKC View Post
    okay. fair enough. I'll think about what you're saying. J grammar? would it be okay for me to ask for you to clarify that?

    I tend to write in a few styles actually. so what would your conclusion be then? if you read my prose, or comic silly stuff, or direct diplomatic approach. so far, I've been writing more or less how I speak (casually). I'm terrible at grammar and tend to be the queen of run on sentences, lol! Is that the type of grammar you're referring to? because honestly, I don't know many INFJ's that are grammar Nazi's. but that's been a limited experience online I suppose.
    you write like me. or an ep at least.

    and infj's are completely enthralled with written language...very precise...very thought out, choosing just the right words etc. also carefully crafting it to not offend. you're all bouncy writing like you speak...like me haha

    ni is not bouncy. ni makes me have to put molasses on the cogs in my brain. it's a process that requires much effort. i think they are beautiful writers....with so much of value to say...but i seriously can't read it as easily as i'd like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKC View Post
    Another infj. I never said anything about knowing your thoughts.

    Why any of you are taking what I claim as a type personally is beeeeyond me.

    I don't get that. But it's been made loud and clear, this thread should die.

    I'm done.

    No go back to being perfect unicorns and be happy.
    I won't disturb the peace any more.
    You're fine!
    Your thoughts run fast relative to mine. This would imply N over S.
    I'm tempted to call you ENFP 7w6, if a rather extreme example.
    Although…
    Only time will tell me for sure.

    You seem pleasant enough, even if a bit hyper…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    There is no correspondence between my idea and the dating site incident. There have been members who use gender-neutral names, or who use gender-OPPOSITE names. They seem to get great pleasure out of correcting somebody calling them "she" instead of "he" or vice versa.
    I suppose I see the correlation because if someone were to put their gender down, it doesn't imply that is what their gender is. and if they put a gender neutral name and get pissy if I say "him" or vice versa, I just point out the ridiculous nature of the scenario. I suppose I haven't had that problem yet but it would irritate me as well in abundance.


    @Lady X

    maybe enfp but I'm super introverted for one then. also NOT a go with the flow type of person. I prefer planning, and really had to work on being more flexible in a lot of ways. I do write like I talk on this forum, because you guys aren't an audience I'm writing TO. you're people I'm speaking with. and yes, I write a lot of different styles so not so sure what to make of the typing someone by how they write within a 24 hour period. I don't take the online posts seriously, but on occasion when I do take one seriously I do tend to focus in on it differently. either way, I'm still perplexed. I don't at all fit the ISFP portrait. I don't really fit anything other than the INFJ if you look to the functions individually. And as far as sterotypes, I truly feel as though I have had a good family support system and life to knock me about enough to get with the program that not everyone thinks like me.

    why has the enng question been entirely diverted?! I'm not gonna lie, really frustrated with that. I appear very 7w6 and relate to the description entirely. maybe 6w7 but within relationship I'm a total moron and would very much like a better perspective on my enng. I just am curious as to what other influences fuck with my main frame when I'm emotionally involved with someone. It's like a residue that I can't get rid of. and 7w6 isn't really explaining it. I don't think personal experiences render me broken. I just think maybe some motivations that I'm not aware of ? something like that. I'll fill the quiz out again regardless. I'd rather be accurate with my typing but I'm agitated because that wasn't the game plan and that isn't really my goal with dipping into a fresh pool of perspective. If it was gonna side track my purpose this much, I'd have posted it on PerC. Just being honest. NOT wanting any more conflict please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    You seem pleasant enough, even if a bit hyper…
    yeah. I get that a lot. I'm too intense. and to be honest, really wish I weren't about now. It's discouraging in times like now. :/

    nonetheless, thank you. I appreciate the warm welcome to balance the cold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NKC View Post
    I suppose I see the correlation because if someone were to put their gender down, it doesn't imply that is what their gender is. and if they put a gender neutral name and get pissy if I say "him" or vice versa, I just point out the ridiculous nature of the scenario. I suppose I haven't had that problem yet but it would irritate me as well in abundance.


    @Lady X

    maybe enfp but I'm super introverted for one then. also NOT a go with the flow type of person. I prefer planning, and really had to work on being more flexible in a lot of ways. I do write like I talk on this forum, because you guys aren't an audience I'm writing TO. you're people I'm speaking with. and yes, I write a lot of different styles so not so sure what to make of the typing someone by how they write within a 24 hour period. I don't take the online posts seriously, but on occasion when I do take one seriously I do tend to focus in on it differently. either way, I'm still perplexed. I don't at all fit the ISFP portrait. I don't really fit anything other than the INFJ if you look to the functions individually. And as far as sterotypes, I truly feel as though I have had a good family support system and life to knock me about enough to get with the program that not everyone thinks like me.

    why has the enng question been entirely diverted?! I'm not gonna lie, really frustrated with that. I appear very 7w6 and relate to the description entirely. maybe 6w7 but within relationship I'm a total moron and would very much like a better perspective on my enng. I just am curious as to what other influences fuck with my main frame when I'm emotionally involved with someone. It's like a residue that I can't get rid of. and 7w6 isn't really explaining it. I don't think personal experiences render me broken. I just think maybe some motivations that I'm not aware of ? something like that. I'll fill the quiz out again regardless. I'd rather be accurate with my typing but I'm agitated because that wasn't the game plan and that isn't really my goal with dipping into a fresh pool of perspective. If it was gonna side track my purpose this much, I'd have posted it on PerC. Just being honest. NOT wanting any more conflict please.
    I wasn't actually attempting to type you was just kinda reiterating what I already said about you not sounding infj due to your 7w6 typing. I don't know if I believe an infj would be a 7 but that's not what I was saying. And I wasn't being conflicty

    Just you don't sound like an infj with the way you express yourself. That's all I know right now.

    And you really haven't asked the right questions or given enough info to say anything about your tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKC View Post
    I suppose I see the correlation because if someone were to put their gender down, it doesn't imply that is what their gender is. and if they put a gender neutral name and get pissy if I say "him" or vice versa, I just point out the ridiculous nature of the scenario. I suppose I haven't had that problem yet but it would irritate me as well in abundance.


    @Lady X

    maybe enfp but I'm super introverted for one then. also NOT a go with the flow type of person. I prefer planning, and really had to work on being more flexible in a lot of ways. I do write like I talk on this forum, because you guys aren't an audience I'm writing TO. you're people I'm speaking with. and yes, I write a lot of different styles so not so sure what to make of the typing someone by how they write within a 24 hour period. I don't take the online posts seriously, but on occasion when I do take one seriously I do tend to focus in on it differently. either way, I'm still perplexed. I don't at all fit the ISFP portrait. I don't really fit anything other than the INFJ if you look to the functions individually. And as far as sterotypes, I truly feel as though I have had a good family support system and life to knock me about enough to get with the program that not everyone thinks like me.

    why has the enng question been entirely diverted?! I'm not gonna lie, really frustrated with that. I appear very 7w6 and relate to the description entirely. maybe 6w7 but within relationship I'm a total moron and would very much like a better perspective on my enng. I just am curious as to what other influences fuck with my main frame when I'm emotionally involved with someone. It's like a residue that I can't get rid of. and 7w6 isn't really explaining it. I don't think personal experiences render me broken. I just think maybe some motivations that I'm not aware of ? something like that. I'll fill the quiz out again regardless. I'd rather be accurate with my typing but I'm agitated because that wasn't the game plan and that isn't really my goal with dipping into a fresh pool of perspective. If it was gonna side track my purpose this much, I'd have posted it on PerC. Just being honest. NOT wanting any more conflict please.
    I think I have it:
    Your type is ENFP 7w6 Sp/Sx
    I have to admit, that stacking is contra-flow and thus going to be a little unusual…
    But Sp/Sx will make an ENFP 7w6 more J-ish and and introverted, while still looking a lot like a 7w6.
    I'm going to pull up the variant and tell me if it fits… @NKC
    By the way, are you with the northern kennel club? A friend of mine was…
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    I agree with those saying 6. You seem way too reactive to be a 7. Instincts-wise all I can say right now is sx-dom, leaning towards sx/so.

    also NOT a go with the flow type of person. I prefer planning, and really had to work on being more flexible in a lot of ways.
    This also points away from 7.

    To be completely honest, I'm not quite sure what happened in this thread or when you joined the forum but sorry if you've been having a rough time here so far. It's a very interesting place to be, I can guarantee that, and over time you can find some really awesome people here.
    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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    Type 7

    The instinctual energies often appear to manifest differently in enneatype Seven, but the underlying structure really is the same as with any other type. The Seven fixation results in a running away from the internal, away from boredom or pain. Sevens go towards the external world for relief. While the self-pres energy is an inward turning energy, when coupled with the Seven’s outward orientation, the self-pres subtype of Seven can appear outgoing, and more fun loving than other self-pres subtypes.
    Social seven tends to exhibit a nervous energy compared to the other subtypes of Seven while a dominant sexual instinct often accentuates the outward energy of the Seven in terms of a seeking after intensity.

    7-SP/SO: This Seven has many friends and loves to entertain. Sevens want to experience life with their friends. The self-pres in type Seven manifests in a desire for sensual pleasures. Their energy goes to the comforts of the body and positive experiences, both experiences of the body and the mind. Like all Sevens, they have an enthusiastic quality, especially as it pertains to the future. Making plans for life is essential for the self-pres/social Seven. This future orientation of the self/social Seven can be an escape from boredom, so many of the plans they make for the future don’t come to fruition. This doesn’t stop them however from forging ahead and moving onto the next grand scheme. The self-pres/social Seven’s plans usually focus around typical self-pres concerns such as making money, exploring job opportunities, or renovating the house. With social second in the stacking much of their energy will spill over into maintaining social connections.
    When unhealthier, their many friendships serve mostly as tools which help keep the Seven distracted from facing themselves and their problems. The more friends, the more opportunities the Seven has to be distracted. These Sevens can have a hard time making or keeping commitments, as commitments can feel like a limitation on their options. With the sexual instinct least developed, they can feel unmotivated to put in the work it takes to maintain a close relationship.
    When this subtype gets healthier they learn to ground themselves, slow down and actually appreciate the many things they have acquired, whether they be material things or experiences. They start to realize that the next great plan may not give them the happiness they are expecting.

    7-SP/SX: This subtype is similar to the self-pres/social, but their plans and pursuits are more passionate in nature. There is often more of an artistic flair. They can be moodier then the other subtype. Their focus is more on relationships, although commitment can also be a problem for this subtype. This subtype can even be known to use introspection as an escape. They can go inward with a seeming depth, but they will usually avoid the most troublesome areas, the areas and characteristics most painful to them.
    This subtype of Seven is overall more focused than the self-pres/social. Their focus is on their intimates although certainly not solely on them as they usually have many other fires burning also. They generally have a great sense of humor, sharp quick minds and many interests. These qualities might be common to all subtypes of the Seven, but in the self-pres/sexual subtype, the infusion of enthusiasm comes through when they are engaged in their plans and fulfilling them.

    7-SO/SP: Enneatype Seven is a mentally fixated type, with image focus generally underdeveloped. For the social Seven, the concern with issues of image and relation to the group is somewhat at odds with dominant type Seven fixation. This can result in some apparently conflicting behaviors in the social/self-pres Seven. There is an underlying sense of insecurity and anxiety that isn’t as apparent in the other subtypes of Seven which is especially noticeable with the Six wing. (These can even become quite needy when unbalanced.) With sexual instinct least developed, they can lose trust in the bonds they have. While they may be very good and comfortable in a large group and when dealing with surface social relationships, they sometimes can struggle with forming and maintaining connections in a closer relationship.
    The self-pres backup for the social instinct adds a grounding force that is missing with the social/sexual. While still possessing a good sense of humor, this subtype also usually has more focus and follow-through when it comes to their many projects. On the high side, they are community minded, have a lot of energy and usually socially accomplished.

    7-SO/SX: This Seven has a lot of energy although not always a productive energy, as it often contains a frenetic quality. These Sevens usually have a great sense of humor and many comedians are soc/sexual sevens. The social and sexual instincts go hand in hand with the type Seven fixation. These Sevens want to keep things light. They have fast sharp minds that incorporate social awareness into their humor which they use to get by in their interactions with the world. On the down side, commitment is a big issue for this subtype. They cultivate many friendships and can thrive on winning people over, making them laugh and entertaining them but intimacy can feel threatening and constraining. For others, interacting with this subtype of Seven can feel draining, because they are “on” so much of the time.
    With the self-pres instinct least developed in the stacking, they tend to lose focus on their many plans. On the down side, their health and commitments can fall by the wayside in lieu of the buzz of the newest excitement.
    In intimate relationships, this subtype is “the charmer,” but they maintain their freedom from any strong ties to the one person. They may end up in marriages or long term commitments where they hook up with someone reliable and stable, someone with a much more low key personality. This gives them the stability they don’t have themselves. This eventually leads to trouble if the soc/sexual seven doesn’t realize that responsibility for his or her own life can’t be transferred to another. It’s not that the soc/sexual goes into the relationship with this kind of pattern in mind. It is just easy for the dynamic to default to that dynamic.

    7-SX/SP: The energy of the sexual instinct is, in some ways, at odds with the type Seven fixation. The Seven’s focus is future oriented and outward, away from the inner world, while the sexual variant is instinctual and dwells on the inner self as far as relationships and identity are concerned. This combination can make for a Seven that can be Four-like in many ways. They can have a flamboyant style and be very moody and intense. In relationships, there is often a push-pull quality. They are very attracted to the falling in love part. The buzz and high of that is very stimulating to them, almost drug-like for them. Their problems come when that buzz wears off. They want to recreate it again and again, but they also have a way of becoming attached and sometimes very dependent on their romantic partners. On the down side, they can be very clingy but don’t want at the same time to lose their freedom. When unhealthy, they can be very selfish in these relationships, things become one-sided in a way that favors the interests of the Seven.
    The sexual/self-pres Seven’s addictive behavior with relationships can extend to other areas, like music, and performing in general. The rock star image and lifestyle can be attractive to the sexual Seven. Many rock stars are sexual Sevens the buzz they experience from music can be similar to what they experience in relationships. Creativity can also function as a release of frustration from the boredom.

    7-SX/SO: This subtype has a lot of energy, crazy, intense energy and this energy is going to find a way to manifest. This subtype of Seven can have the biggest extremes in behavior and with material success in life. With the self-pres instinct last in the stacking they aren’t afraid of taking risks, so they sometimes become very successful, as in the case of rock stars, but they typically also take too many risks, look for too many easy ways out. With the self-pres least developed, they can become dependent on others to add a much needed stabilizing element to their busy hedonistic lives. They have many of the same issues and share many of the same problems as the other sexual first subtype with regards to relationship addiction and have even more dependency issues then the sexual/self-pres. They can lose focus and drift similar to the social/sexual subtype and their high energy can likewise be draining for others.
    With this subtype, you have drama mixed with mental energy. What separates them from Fours who they might resemble superficially is their planning and future orientation. Their drama and intensity is focused on what they are going to do, not on what has happened. They are usually blind to their past, moving forward and not looking back.













    Does any of that sound right? @NKC
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    You can achieve anything you set your mind to, and you are limited only by how dedicated you are to succeed!

    -Magic Qwan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    I wasn't actually attempting to type you was just kinda reiterating what I already said about you not sounding infj due to your 7w6 typing. I don't know if I believe an infj would be a 7 but that's not what I was saying. And I wasn't being conflicty

    Just you don't sound like an infj with the way you express yourself. That's all I know right now.

    And you really haven't asked the right questions or given enough info to say anything about your tritype.
    No. The remark was more generally .. Just that the convo diverted entirely from what was the purpose. What questions should I be asking?
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