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    this is my winter song EJCC's Avatar
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    I have a friend whose boyfriend is an ESFP with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Any thoughts I could have possibly had about OCD correlating with xxxJ went away right after I met him.
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    schizoaffective (depressive type) INFP
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterk View Post
    i read that if in an introvert both the dominant and auxiliary functions are introverted a neurosis can develop, and if they are fused(whatever that means) a psychosis can develop. the same goes for an extravert with both functions extraverted.
    What does that mean? I still have not taken the time to wrap my head around all the functions. Can you give examples of types that fall into this category?
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    I've seen a lot of IxxJs go through eating disorders. I think INxJs can be pretty susceptible, particularly if their handle on their inferior Se is poor. Bad inferior Se can show as an obsessive focus on your environment or your physical self, or an overloading of the senses/overindulging in sensual pleasures. Together, this could mean overindulging in food and an obsessive focus on weight --> eating disorder. Eating disorders are more than often to do with control too, which is another reason why the IxxJs are the types more likely to develop one.

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    ENTP - sex disorder, confuses apple pie for prey
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    horrible ocd/depression/anxiety, dark thoughts, obsessions, turned on like a light bulb at puberty. eating /exercise disorder eased in 20's
    ...intermittent depression/anxiety, can't stop analyzing things, obsessions about disease or illness, delirium... Sleep Issues, insomnia, migraines, overly sensitive environmental stimuli, extremely somatic.


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    ISTJ mom -anxiety, paranoid, delusional, wont leave house, fearful, bursts of anger
    ocd/anxiety/dep runs in fam

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I have a friend whose boyfriend is an ESFP with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Any thoughts I could have possibly had about OCD correlating with xxxJ went away right after I met him.
    One case does not matter.
    There are thousands in the other end of the spectrum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxias View Post
    I think bipolarity can be found in every type. However it is possible that the apparent type changes whethere the person is in manic or depressive state.
    My father is bipolar, and would be an ISTJ most of the time, although in more manic states he becomes ENTJ.
    Bipolarity is about type change.

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    I'm going to give the Schizoid and Schizotypal to the IxTxs. Histrionic to ExFxs, Antisocial to...I have no idea...Borderline to xFxJs, Narcissistic to Ts in general, Dependent to Feelers in general, and I don't know what else. I'll have to think about it.

    I'm PD free, but I'm an ENFJ with bulimia...and seriously damaged Se, which makes me curious about the *bad Se=eating disorder* hypotheses.

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