I wouldn't have turned my back, I was just in bed. It was like, 5am or something.
nolla - I don't plan it either, that's why we're P's - we don't have agendas!! That was just Ti back-engineering what Ne does automatically.
Jeffster - I didn't mean to suggest that you fake, I'm sure you don't. I've been called 'the most sincere person' someone's met too, many times. And yet looking back I can often see that sometimes I've faked even when someone was calling me genuine, I was faking in some respect though not consciously. What I mean is that we lie to ourselves subconsciously without even realizing it or meaning to, all the time. That's part of growing up I think, when we look back at times of our lives and realize that what we thought we wanted, or meant, or were trying to do, what we told ourselves we were doing, wasn't actually the case, we were working by the evil proddings and battlings of the id and ego. But this doesn't in my book, make a person insincere, it just makes them human. What I mean is that all any of us can do is be as genuine as we can, but from time to time all of us can't help being fooled by our egos and only like, Zen masters or something manage to avoid that completely (though one really wise Buddhist guy I know who's in his 80's admits to still falling for the ego sometimes).
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An asinine ass rat on the back of a Cracker Jack box...
...who - due to his/her unconventional way of thinking, feeling, analyzing, or behaving - makes you feel like calling the doctors right away; however, they somehow make you giggle, laugh, and smile inside because in spite of their unconventionality - or rather because of it - they make you stand in awe of their creativity and imagination. Nonetheless you still have to stand there, scratch your head, and have a combination of the following expressions on your face:
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So do you think mentally ill people are more likely to be attracted to MBTI[c]? If so why?
People who are mentally ill or even just emotionally unbalanced may be more likely to spend lots of time online. Being online provides social interactions for people who feel isolated in some way. My impression is that the percentage of people with issues is higher online than you would find in a workplace for example, where consistent performance is a requirement for being there. There are a lot of people with issues in society, so I'm not certain how much higher it is in online communities than the norm, but it could be a bit higher. I have also noticed (myself included) that people often spend more time online when going through a difficult period in their life when they feel lonely or cut-off or just dealing with things that go beyond their support network irl.
The first man to raise a fist is the man who's run out of ideas. H.G. WELLS
The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool. FEYNMAN If this is monkey pee, you're on your own.SCULLY
Ive been thinking that the difference with this place and others is that here your type tells people where to label you so you don't need to show people who you are. You see someone with the type in their profile and you remember some friend of yours with the same type. It helps give some flesh on the bones.
in other places, the type is in the signature
but if you feel or experience something i don't
go right ahead