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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopelandic View Post
    Sp firsts have noticably more emotional boundaries than other subtypes. There is a subtle warmth and softness of the sp/sx for example, but very few people are truly "let in" as opposed to sx and so firsts. Sp/s- tend to give a lot of space and desire it in interpersonal dealings. You cannot push yourself into an sp/sx's zone, and generally they wont do that to you. Probably more than any other subtype, sp/sx's know from the very beginning how far you will be permitted to go with them, as a result of how much they like you as a person. This is usually decided within minutes of meeting a person. Generally sp's are the -natural- (from the very beginning) lonewolfs of the enneagram. Typically sp firsts see theirselves as very separate individuals.
    This is extremely accurate for me.

    I'd be very interested to hear how, in your view, sp/sx and sp/so differs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopelandic View Post
    Sp firsts have noticably more emotional boundaries than other subtypes. There is a subtle warmth and softness of the sp/sx for example, but very few people are truly "let in" as opposed to sx and so firsts. Sp/s- tend to give a lot of space and desire it in interpersonal dealings. You cannot push yourself into an sp/sx's zone, and generally they wont do that to you. Probably more than any other subtype, sp/sx's know from the very beginning how far you will be permitted to go with them, as a result of how much they like you as a person. This is usually decided within minutes of meeting a person. Generally sp's are the -natural- (from the very beginning) lonewolfs of the enneagram. Typically sp firsts see theirselves as very separate individuals.
    This of course has nothing to do with instinctuals, but with boundary theory of personality. You shouldn't confuse the two subjects.
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    For anybody who would like to research boundaries, here's the book for you:
    http://books.google.com/books?id=NV6...ISBN0788198076
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    I don't get it: I took the official exam and I got Sx/So, but that description.....I mean I prefer one on one interactions, flirt etc, but....doesn't everybody!? I'm not sure I'm Sex dom. How can I know for sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    I don't get it: I took the official exam and I got Sx/So, but that description.....I mean I prefer one on one interactions, flirt etc, but....doesn't everybody!? I'm not sure I'm Sex dom. How can I know for sure?
    By reading instinctual type descriptions. I have yet to find a trustworthy test on the subject of instinctuals.

    Flirting, or even owning a pornography empire, etc., proves nothing about being Sx-dom.

    Here is a link to an excellent page on instinctual stackings.
    http://ocean-moonshine.net/e14285736...position=80:80

    In the left-justified menu on that page, there are links specific to type. !Good luck!
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    ^thanks babe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    ^thanks babe!
    Sexual sheep. mal will have a good time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Cat View Post
    Sexual sheep. mal will have a good time.
    ahah! i must be tired, it took me 5mins of analysis to understand your sentence. .....come heeere pussy pussy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    ahah! i must be tired, it took me 5mins of analysis to understand your sentence. .....come heeere pussy pussy...
    It's clear I'm more sexier and intelligent than you on the animal weighing scale. You haven't got a chance.

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    ^lol hands down :P

    So, Mr. Mal, I read all descriptions in your link and figured out I'm Sx dom. But both Sx/Sp and Sx/So descriptions for the 7 type seem to fit. Now I need help lol Pleeeeease! How can I be sure?
    (Ps. is it possible the instinctual types are just wrong in general? Who decided humans are divided like this anyway?)

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