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    What does it feel like to have weak Se?
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    I hit my head sometimes. (Quite a lot tbh. lol.)

    But other than that I have plenty of functions left that are strong enough to get me by.

    edit: And I meant that literally but also figuratively ofcourse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    I have pretty bad Si, Fi, and Te. Makes being practical a pretty big problem
    This is me exactly, though my Se is weaker than my Si (I attribute that to being raised with an ENFP and ESTJ who can both access Si without trouble).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    What does it feel like to have weak Se?
    Really inconvenient. Also, I frequently feel "lost" or like I'm not catching the same signals as everyone else.

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    You confuse the heck out of people and make no sense. Your Ni works fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    I hit my head sometimes. (Quite a lot tbh. lol.)
    So it's like being very unaware of the concrete external world? Is it being so lost in thought that you might as well have headphones and really dark glasses on? Do you get more excited thinking about what is going to happen than when something is actually happening? Do you get taken by surprise easily?

    Semi-unrelated thought: The other day I went to this haunted house touristy thing where people jump out and scare you, the people were really well hidden but I saw every one of them before they saw me, so there was no surprise, it kind of made the whole thing a bit of a bore, while people around me never saw them coming, this must be Se related?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post


    You confuse the heck out of people and make no sense. Your Ni works fine.
    I don't make sense on purpose. Ne/Ti

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    So it's like being very unaware of the concrete external world? Yes.

    Is it being so lost in thought that you might as well have headphones and really dark glasses on? Sometimes it feels that way yes.

    Do you get more excited thinking about what is going to happen than when something is actually happening? Definatly. But that's N mostly. Once something is already happening and I'm already 'processing' the situation. It looses a lot of its flair.

    Do you get taken by surprise easily? Yes, unless I have been focused on what is about to happen ofcourse. I mean, when I drive my car my eyes are on the road and I won't be taken offgaurd. But doing something that I don't feel the neccesity of being aware of everything and instead seem to focus more internally. Then yes, I get taken by surprise very easily.


    But a group of people trying to scare me, even when I don't see them coming. My reaction is minimal. I 'normalize' very quickly, even though the initial surprise is definatly there and hefty.

    I think that seeing these things before they happen could very well be a good Se. Se seems to have a keen sense of their immidiate surroundings. Make for good detectives.
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    Se is my Achilles's heel. I walk around in a dreamlike haze, and the external world makes the same impression on me as a radio playing in the distance. It would be all right if it were limited to that, but it also makes me prone to overlook details and lose things. To some extent I can restrain my tendency to misplace things--it take a conscious effort, but I can manage it. It's overlooking details that I find hard to deal with. In order to take a countermeasure, I have to know in advance what type of details I need to focus on, and that usually isn't possible: the relevant things more often than not take on their significance only in hindsight, by which point it's too late to pay attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Do you get more excited thinking about what is going to happen than when something is actually happening? Definatly. But that's N mostly. Once something is already happening and I'm already 'processing' the situation. It looses a lot of its flair.
    Interesting thanks, that seems very foreign to me.
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