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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    I don't think they actually exist.
    I've heard tale they once did. Supposedly they had three horns which operated as radar and butterfly wings. And they had voices that sounded like an autoharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I've heard tale they once did. Supposedly they had three horns which operated as radar and butterfly wings. And they had voices that sounded like an autoharp.
    Do they still sell them on Amazon? If I can't become one I can at least ask one about their story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Probably true. I have absolutely no idea what a healthy 4 looks like.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Probably true. I have absolutely no idea what a healthy 4 looks like.
    I tend to see 4s that are artists as healthy, living out what I can only assume to be (a portion of) their ideal, although I can see how the honeymoon period can eventually pass for some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post


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    Oh yeah?

    Actually I suspect a healthy 4 is a 4 who lifts others up as opposed to brings others down. Pretty huge generalization I know but this is how i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Oh yeah?

    Actually I suspect a healthy 4 is a 4 who lifts others up as opposed to brings others down. Pretty huge generalization I know but this is how i think.
    Zero objectons here. The same goes for every other type as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Actually I suspect a healthy 4 is a 4 who lifts others up as opposed to brings others down. Pretty huge generalization I know but this is how i think.
    Well, crap. I'm healthier than I thought a good chunk of the time, based on this. But for some reason it also makes me think of my two connection. I'm more inclined to agree with @Stansmith on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Well, crap. I'm healthier than I thought a good chunk of the time, based on this. But for some reason it also makes me think of my two connection. I'm more inclined to agree with @Stansmith on this one.
    Yeah, there's a big part of me that can relate to the 1 and 2 mentality these days. The good thing, however, is that I feel less emotional turbulence. Quite a bit more evened out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    Yeah, there's a big part of me that can relate to the 1 and 2 mentality these days. The good thing, however, is that I feel less emotional turbulence. Quite a bit more evened out.
    absolutely. The more I focus on expressing my own creativity and encouraging others to dive into themselves and find their own identity, the "healthier" and less emotionally volatile I feel.

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    Of course healthy 4s exist. Most 4s are average health, which is why it's called "average". However, due to the strengths/flaws common to 4s, average 4s may be viewed as less functional/normal/healthy than other types at average levels of health. Conversely, many other types - say 1s & 9s - are often viewed as healthy or "well-adjusted" in average levels. I'd venture to say that 4, 5 & 8 types are often viewed as more messed up (even if really about the same level), and 6s get some pass on being neurotic, perhaps because their fixation is rather common.
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