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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    No, re-read my post. I said parenting encourages more sensing and judging traits. Raising children requires giving some semblance of structure to their lives, caring for them in practical ways that most of the people here admit taxes them severely to even do for themselves. Details and all that crap. Keeping appointments, paying bills, your 401K, car maintenance, you know the mundane life. That kinda impedes upon the charmed life of a philosopher, dreamer, and lover.
    I agree, but wouldn't because of that Ns be more likely not to have kids? They don't want children to "impede on [their] charmed life?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplesunset View Post
    If you live in a rat-infested apartment, mulling over the ills of the world in your blog while sipping your latte macchiato won't help you pay the rent. The only language your landlord understands his "give me the %$%%*& money or your ass is out!!" You have to be more grounded and sensor-like to survive in such socio-economic circumstances.
    Couldn't this also foster N-style escapism in someone, maybe even to the extreme?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post


    Yeah, take THAT you lousy ESFJ.

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