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    I relate to ENP and IFP. Go figure.

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    Seem accurate?
    Yes, the IFP one seems like the most obvious thing in the world to me, though I might add 'want to', 'aspire to' or 'try to'. In practice it rarely works out except in small ways.

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    ISJ one is fairly accurate (I would take out the word 'absolutely'), and they all seem good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sofmarhof View Post
    I love the idea of this. But the ITP one doesn't fit me, my resistance to taking antidepressants pretty well contradicts it. My lack of concern for other people's emotions, though...
    Doesn't really contradict it. It's just that we (wrongly) believe we can out-think any problem.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    INJ (se): "Accepting things as they appear is just another way of looking at things."
    ITP (fe): "The way people behave is just another puzzle to solve."
    IFP (te): "People take responsibility for what they feel is important."
    ISJ (ne): "Change is permissable if it helps to preserve what loyalty upholds."

    EFJ (ti): "Relationships are built on standards, standards we must all live up to."
    ETJ (fi): "The captain goes down with the ship."
    ENP (si): "If the rule is outdated, you either change it or ignore it."
    ESP (ni): "You can't judge a book by its cover."
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    INJ (se): "Accepting things as they appear is just another way of looking at things."
    ITP (fe): "The way people behave is just another puzzle to solve."
    IFP (te): "People take responsibility for what they feel is important."
    ISJ (ne): "Change is permissable if it helps to preserve what loyalty upholds."

    EFJ (ti): "Relationships are built on standards, standards we must all live up to."
    ETJ (fi): "The captain goes down with the ship."
    ENP (si): "If the rule is outdated, you either change it or ignore it."
    ESP (ni): "You can't judge a book by its cover."
    Why is loyalty associated with Si constantly?
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Once again, here are mine

    INJ (se): "The observer inevitably affects what it observes"
    ITP (fe): "If everyone didn't take things personally, then we'd all get along"
    IFP (te): "I will show you that what I feel isn't just make-believe; it is something deeply real"
    ISJ (ne): "Actions often have unforeseen consequences"

    EFJ (ti): "There is a right and a wrong way to treat others"
    ETJ (fi): "I can only be defeated from within"
    ENP (si): "What does it mean to be an adult?"
    ESP (ni): "I must know what is going on there"

    Seem accurate? [/quote]

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Why is loyalty associated with Si constantly?
    Si is about orientating yourself to focus on what is stable and trustworthy, and giving a suspicious eye toward anything that seeks to perverse or uproot it. So Dominant-Si types define themselves as the identifiers, vanguards and curators of What Should Be Preserved. Fed into Te or Fe, this results in behaviour that can easily be described as "loyal".

    "ISJs...don't believe for a minute that the universe is inherently rational. For these types, the outer world is a jumble of ever-changing perceptual experiences, dictating ever-changing behavioral responses. What ISJs maintain, and maintain unconditionally, is their priorities, which stabilize perceptual reality and give it consistent meaning."
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    Si is about orientating yourself to focus on what is stable and trustworthy, and giving a suspicious eye toward anything that seeks to perverse or uproot it. If you ask an Si-dominant to preserve something they think is important, they're likely to be loyal to a fault.

    "ISJs...don't believe for a minute that the universe is inherently rational. For these types, the outer world is a jumble of ever-changing perceptual experiences, dictating ever-changing behavioral responses. What ISJs maintain, and maintain unconditionally, is their priorities, which stabilize perceptual reality and give it consistent meaning."
    That sounds like an enneagram 6 mixed with Si. Not just an ISJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    That sounds like an enneagram 6 mixed with Si. Not just an ISJ.
    fuck off with your bloody enneagram, I'm talking about the 16 types

    Si is like that one stubborn rock in the stream; it's security-minded and will only move if it knows it'll be preserved. Ne is the water in the stream; it's quite happy to bounce around, make connections and have fun without having to worry about the little insignificant details.
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