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    Default Difference between a 5 and an introverted self preservation 7?

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    1 hour to figure yourself out. That's a record!! Congrats.

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    5 stars. Good job guys, let's pack it up and go home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qrious View Post
    1 hour to figure yourself out. That's a record!! Congrats.
    Lol yep. I would of got it ages ago if the 7 descriptions weren't so extrovert biased. My first act as a 7 is to stop integrating to 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badger055 View Post
    My first act as a 7 is to stop integrating to 5.
    It's always good to have goals in life, I suppose.

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    I thought that integrating into a 5 was a good thing for a 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I thought that integrating into a 5 was a good thing for a 7?
    Yea no thank you I have enough introversion as it is. Don't think it's hard to go to 5 as an introverted 7. I'm like doing it backwards.

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    5s retreat into their mind as a away of guarding themselves. They can become emotionally & physically negligent, and seem distant or hard to get at. They cope by doing without.
    7s, however, are guarding themselves against negligence - they don't want to miss out. They can seem scattered and unfocused. Nothing quite satisfies. They cope by doing more.
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    My mother is a type 7. She resembles me superficially with her varied interests and love of intellectual subjects, but displays impulsiveness, mania, inability to focus and drive to be constantly busy to the point where she has no time for actual life. I do not have that frenetic energy as a staple if my life. I constantly retreat and slow down. She lives in the middle of clutter, her thoughts, house and daily activities are the definition of clutter. I feel stressed by clutter and seek minimalism all the time. Everytime I move house I do so by selling nearly all my possessions and starting again with nothing. If my rooms beome too cluttered I will ruthlessly rid myself if stuff until it is minimal again.
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