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    Rearranged the list to something that makes more sense:







    Hello

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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
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    This is much better.

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    wait, did we shift the discussion to qualities and abandon disorders?


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    Quote Originally Posted by incubustribute View Post
    wait, did we shift the discussion to qualities and abandon disorders?

    oh wait:







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    Ha ha, well, I have bipolar II which is basically another name for cyclothymia so here's one ISFP with whom the mental illness correlates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Ha ha, well, I have bipolar II which is basically another name for cyclothymia so here's one ISFP with whom the mental illness correlates!
    Actually they are a little different:

    Current cyclothymia criteria
    Current bipolar II criteria

    Bipolar II involves at least one hypomanic episode and at least one major depressive episode but no manic or mixed episodes, whereas cyclothymia involves numerous hypomanic episodes and numerous periods of depressive symptoms for at least two years but no actual major depressive episodes for the first two years (in adults) or manic or mixed episodes. It is possible to have both (if major depressive episodes begin after two years).

    The personalities of these groups have actually been studied, interestingly, and the only correlation mentioned was that cyclothymics were more likely to have melancholic and cynical temperaments, whereas bipolar II patients were, in the words of the article, 'sunnier'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    Theeeeeere ya go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    so here's one ISFP with whom the mental illness correlates!
    also does for me with INFJ -> AvPD

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    As long as we're not taking this too seriously, and just looking for subtle non-pathological traits most commonly found in the types...

    I think the INFP one and ISFJ one should be swapped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
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    It's interesting that you should mention 'conscientious' for ENFJ. I got that comment all the time on my report card at school, and people often commented that was the case with me, among other things. An enneagram 1w2 helps as well.
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