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    Quote Originally Posted by sulfit View Post
    sx/so get along with sp/sx better than sx/sp. In the later case it's too much of the same thing? But sx/so can recharge and calm down around sp/sx's.
    Interesting observation. I'm a sx/sp and I seem to particularly like so/sxs. I'm married to one and have a close friend who is so/sx. They lighten me up and make me feel wanted and they are very endearing and lovable. (That is if they aren't preoccupied with social matters.) I also really get along with fellow sx/sps, but I think it's better as friends vs lovers. I used to be very attracted to sp/sxs but it never worked out well. I'd get frustrated because they seemed so similar to me and I'd push like hell for a connection but they'd get overwhelmed by my intensity, but they were of course initially drawn to it and what they also perceived as similarities. Talk about a never ending cycle of frustration. But I was also young then.

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    The videos are interesting... It very much reads like an intensity followed by either a a shallow openness or reserved/ guarded depth.

    I don't know which way I come across although I think I usually feel more gaurded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sulfit View Post
    sx/so get along with sp/sx better than sx/sp. In the later case it's too much of the same thing? But sx/so can recharge and calm down around sp/sx's.
    Yes.

    Also in my experience sx/so with an sx/sp emerges an ugly dynamic that is fundamentally painful. Like..in certain ways just not going to be eye to eye sexually and stressed out about it always feeling sexual expression is somehow untimely and not good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Interesting observation. I'm a sx/sp and I seem to particularly like so/sxs. I'm married to one and have a close friend who is so/sx. They lighten me up and make me feel wanted and they are very endearing and lovable. (That is if they aren't preoccupied with social matters.) I also really get along with fellow sx/sps, but I think it's better as friends vs lovers. I used to be very attracted to sp/sxs but it never worked out well. I'd get frustrated because they seemed so similar to me and I'd push like hell for a connection but they'd get overwhelmed by my intensity, but they were of course initially drawn to it and what they also perceived as similarities. Talk about a never ending cycle of frustration. But I was also young then.
    Quote Originally Posted by Craic View Post
    Yes.

    Also in my experience sx/so with an sx/sp emerges an ugly dynamic that is fundamentally painful. Like..in certain ways just not going to be eye to eye sexually and stressed out about it always feeling sexual expression is somehow untimely and not good.
    I remembered it from this explanation of instinct dynamics, it's towards the bottom.

    Syn-flow: sp → so → sx → sp
    Stackings involved: sp/so → so/sx → sx/sp → sp/so

    Contra-flow: sp → sx → so → sp
    Stackings involved: sp/sx → sx/so → so/sp → sp/sx
    It states that stackings in same flow enjoy each other's company more.

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    ^^ that link is fantastic!
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    I think somebody with SO last would be rather oblivious to the social dynamics, politics and hierarchy. I'm not completely oblivious, but I don't pay attention to it and it's not in my priorities.
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    when I first took an enneagram test I was a sx/so. now Im testing as a sx/sp and with a so/sx. if i was actually sx/so with a so/sx, there would be a conflict of flow. how would the flow difference between a sx/so & so/sx show?
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    Quote Originally Posted by You View Post
    when I first took an enneagram test I was a sx/so. now Im testing as a sx/sp and with a so/sx. if i was actually sx/so with a so/sx, there would be a conflict of flow. how would the flow difference between a sx/so & so/sx show?
    I have also considered these 3 variants of so/sx, sx/so, and sx/sp for myself, and dang, it's so hard to tell where this "energy" is coming from, like is it the social charge and/or the sexual power, or in the middle like with sx/so and so/sx (probably sx/so because it's also closer to sx/sp).

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