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    I dont see you as emotionally dead, you just dont like a rush of emotions. You control your emotions so you dont get this big overwhelming rush of emotions. You spread it out and rationalize it instead of just taking it in all at once. When it does happen to come in all at once you may block parts of it and just take in a little at a time. Everyone has emotions we just all deal with it differently.
    Im out, its been fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Why's that? I'm not very knowledgeable about all this MBTI stuff and how it manifests itself in real life.
    That would mean that I will be unable to have any goals since goals are personal values no matter how logical they appear to other people.
    In that case I would just sit around literally as a plant and think 100% all the time.

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    Why would I care if I was "dead", aka emotionally dead? My existence is not defined by, nor contigent upon, emotion......

    It's about as alluring and promising as the proposition "No knowledge of geometry means you have no intellectual soul"

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    Erinavery pretty much said what I was going to say, but basically, sometimes it seems like you're "shouting at the universe, because no one is listening". And you shouldn't have to justify yourself just because you do things differently. I think that being misunderstood is a sentiment lots of people who are into MBTI share, which is why they strive to explain using personality typing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    I'm sure you don't do this much anyway, antisocial one, but don't let anybody tell you that your way of life is wrong or inferior. You're not dead at all; you're just living in the way that works best for you.

    Kudos to that, I say.

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    Ya mean like an intj zombie attack.
    Yes, I'm picking fights for fun.

    Now look at the bear, isn't he adorable.
    You can now evacuate all that anger in the form of an nf hug. Go on, don't be shy!
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    intj zombie attack
    This sounds like fun.

    If they bite me, do I become an INTJ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    This sounds like fun.

    If they bite me, do I become an INTJ?
    You wish,
    u'd turn purple and start loving 70ies songs
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    For someone who sees no reason for people and exists on such a "logical" realm why do you post in a forum? I must tell you I see the OPost as a way to justify not feeling like you "fit in" or something similar.

    Someone had to say it.

    Case #985986563 of NFPs making unsubstantiated assumptions about people's motivations. Logic allows room for people because other people can provide interesting food for logical thought.

    Someone had to say it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    feel the same as the other two...only read the first few sentences because really it's way too long...but if YOU are okay with the way you are...then i guess my question is why do you care?
    It's not whether he cares or not, it's just a post with ideas and thoughts. I actually was interested in hearing the way he thinks about things. Was it not at least a trifle interesting just to hear him elaborate on his perspective? I actually agreed with a lot of what you said, thanks for sharing Anti-social.

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    By the way AS, has anyone actually stated that you were "emotionally dead?"

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