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    homo-loving sonovagun anii's Avatar
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    I sometimes can't tell whether certain types are serious or joking. Usually SJs.

    I'm typically blind to the traits in my shadow that I abhor in others: arrogance, cruelty, and greed.

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    Attraction. I CANNOT, for the life of me, tell when a guy is just being friendly, or if he actually is attracted to me. I once went on a date (first one ever, actually) last summer and did not realize that it was a date as opposed to "just hanging out" until about a month or so later. And it was something blatantly date-ish....like, dinner and a movie, and he paid for the movie.

    I also can't tell when I'm attracted to others. I'm convinced that we're "just friends," while everyone around me is asking if we're dating, or if we like each other. Then a couple of months later, I'll acknowledge my feelings, still questioning them all the while, though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    I sometimes can't tell whether certain types are serious or joking. Usually SJs.
    I don't think they can tell whether they are joking or not either. I know there have to be people out there that enjoy the "Gasoline Alley" comic strips, but I don't know who or why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcea Rosea View Post
    For me it's the negative emotions that I have trouble with, anger and anxiety are the most difficult. Expressing sadness is not a problem for me.
    same! is this for all ENFPs perhaps?
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    Anger....it's an emotion I am pretty much missing, both mentally and expressed. As such, while I recognize it in others, I expect it will go away in a second like it does for me.....that typically isn't the case.
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    I'll drink to that. As I've been known to say: "my anger is fleeting".

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    That must be interesting. Because my anger holds on like a pitbull with its jaws locked. It takes a while to ramp me up, takes a while to ramp me back down. Luckily, I don't get THAT angry but once in a blue moon when things are absolutely going haywire.

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    I have no problems with any emotions at all, just the others. I feel fine
    (trying to reach my beer with that long grown nose) xD
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    Yeah I have a few - jalousy and various kinds of fear.
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    I don't always know when someone wants attention, especially in a romantic relationship.

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