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    filling some space UnitOfPopulation's Avatar
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    Default You feel it most special to really know a person of type .. X

    Yeah, what's that type that gives you the feeling - this is a special type, it's strange of me to know such a person, and it's good.

    For me, that's ISFP. One guy with that type .. it's alternately feeling of connectedness, but never a huge degree of separation.

    It feels like I can learn from that guy, and he can learn from me. It also feels like there can never be a fight between us. At times we just understand and talk. At others, there's just nothing to do and we don't do anything.
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    Platonic friends? Definitely a TP type, probably ExTP.

    Love? ExFP.

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    Nah, I feel most special to really know a person of type Y.
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    I would feel special really knowing any person of any type... i don't even really know myself yet.
    ik sprokkel wat dagen, drop baggage,
    soms heb ik geen zin om die koffers te dragen,
    ik laat los, los het op, word onzichtbaar
    en geef de buitenlucht wat ruimte terug
    dus.. nu zit ik op m'n fiets alsof het niets is,
    maar niets kan toch niet uit zichzelf pedalen laten draaien?

    ~ Typhoon

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    I've had this feeling but it's gone.

    I am back to believing they are still humans today
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    To me, individual people are special, not types. I don't favour a whole 'type'. The more I learn about type, the more I realise most people are $%6& regardless of type, and it's really only specific individuals who I am drawn to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cephalonimbus View Post
    I would feel special really knowing any person of any type... i don't even really know myself yet.
    aw i like that...it is a special thing to reaally know someone...yep...that's cool...let's pretend there's a like button on posts.
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    nfp.

    with my infp friend its like our NEs are synced together, like yesterday we were talking about something related to something that was related to ocd(but that original thing wasnt related to ocd), you know that, i instantly knew he was talking about that program that started some time ago and is about people with ocd, so i just answered yes before he got any further in the question. he has schizophrenic ocd, so i knew that the program would interest him and i knew that his Ne would take this long steps on connecting the original subject to that program about ocd. this kind of things happen almost every time when we hang out, and its not like i need to figure out where he had the association, i just instantly know what he thinks. i can also see his Fi when he is hiding it and i know whats going on even when he wont admit it after i ask. he has told me that i can always see right through him.

    i was visiting my enfp mom some time ago and she had this weird look on her eyes, i saw that she was thinking if she was good enough mom for me because she had to raise me all alone, same sort of things have happened many many times. and she has said that i can almost read her mind multiple times

    with about all other types(havent met any enfjs afaik) i feel like i cant just be myself or that they draw out sides of me that i dont like so much, like i feel that i cant freely act goofy as id like to be or i start arguing(or more like questioning every opinion they have or actions they take jokingly) about everything too much. i question what NFPs do too, but its more like to help them when i see that they could benefit from something i figured out and they clearly havent. while with my intj friend for example its jokes, but as cruel as two wolfs fighting
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    I feel lucky enough to know anyone really well and have a close relationship with one another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    nfp.

    with my infp friend its like our NEs are synced together, like yesterday we were talking about something related to something that was related to ocd(but that original thing wasnt related to ocd), you know that, i instantly knew he was talking about that program that started some time ago and is about people with ocd, so i just answered yes before he got any further in the question. he has schizophrenic ocd, so i knew that the program would interest him and i knew that his Ne would take this long steps on connecting the original subject to that program about ocd. this kind of things happen almost every time when we hang out, and its not like i need to figure out where he had the association, i just instantly know what he thinks. i can also see his Fi when he is hiding it and i know whats going on even when he wont admit it after i ask. he has told me that i can always see right through him.

    i was visiting my enfp mom some time ago and she had this weird look on her eyes, i saw that she was thinking if she was good enough mom for me because she had to raise me all alone, same sort of things have happened many many times. and she has said that i can almost read her mind multiple times

    with about all other types(havent met any enfjs afaik) i feel like i cant just be myself or that they draw out sides of me that i dont like so much, like i feel that i cant freely act goofy as id like to be or i start arguing(or more like questioning every opinion they have or actions they take jokingly) about everything too much. i question what NFPs do too, but its more like to help them when i see that they could benefit from something i figured out and they clearly havent. while with my intj friend for example its jokes, but as cruel as two wolfs fighting
    that's totally cool and i know exactly what you mean...it's like ne'ing on the same wave...it's awesome..love that
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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