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Thread: Sp/sx versus sx/sp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    what? how does crying make someone not an 8? you're saying it's impossible for an 8 to cry even when they think there child is dead and after they've killed someone that they truly care about?
    I'd point out that Daniel Plainview is also an 8w7 INTJ who loses his sanity after his son abandoned him.

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    6w5 sx/sp


    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    I think the difference is just that sx/sp people will tend to have that nagging sp pulling them away from their adventure, intensity and connections, while sp/sx people will tend to experience the conflict as the desire for connection and adventure pulling them out of their fortress. I'm another whose sx and sp are both high and fairly equal. I think the conflict of having them fairly equal hinders personal growth. I tend to slip into an "analysis paralysis" because of the high level of conflict between the two.
    Me too. Except So is also high. Joy. I really can't decide which one I'm more, except I'm fairly certain I'm not sp last because it is not natural for me to neglect or sacrifice my survival needs for anything.

    6w5, 4w3, 1w9 (probably)

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