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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurel View Post
    Yeah but marm I thought you esfp wasn't exactly healthy, is that a normal way for an sfp to deal with anger?
    No, the normal way is to eat lots of pie.

    So I've heard.

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    ^^^^^

    Did you know your type says ESFJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    ^^^^^

    Did you know your type says ESFJ?
    Yes, I did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    My experience of them, though, is that they definitely have Fi. I don't see them being that detatched from it IRL, maybe just seemingly more so on the Internet. They just express Fi differently - but I find they value authenticity just as much, and are just as likely to be emo in a different way.
    Authenticity in themselves? I think that sfp value authenticity but sfp feel the need to express it through something. Rather than talk about directly how they are feeling. That is what I mean about the Fi/Se thing and Se causing a kind of anchoring effect. Anchoring as in being less abstract in expression.

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    Maybe a few things:

    -People just aren't that interested, the bulk of what goes on here is about Ns connecting with other Ns. There's nothing wrong with that it's just that most stuff is discussed in an N bubble.

    -NFPs seem a bit more eloquent when it comes to talking about Fi, so their responses are probably more interesting and insightful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Maybe a few things:

    -People just aren't that interested, the bulk of what goes on here is about Ns connecting with other Ns. There's nothing wrong with that it's just that most stuff is discussed in an N bubble.

    -NFPs seem a bit more eloquent when it comes to talking about Fi, so their responses are probably more interesting and insightful.
    Eloquently said there, Quinlan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
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    I mean, *cracks whip* take the tissue!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomorenames View Post

    Would you like some tissue?
    I mean, *cracks whip* take the tissue!
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    Isn't the core difference that isfp primarily express themselves from their own concrete interests and experiences. The same way that an istp applies Ti to concrete things and isfp does with Fi.

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    My main issue with NFPs (irl and on this forum) has to do with a huge communication gap. The Ne is that is coupled with an NFP's Fi causes NFPs to make emotional connections and see emotional implications (hostile, hurtful, condescending, etc.) where I do not intend for there to be any emotional ties at all. My blunt style of communication lacks a certain amount of nicety to it, and this lack of nicety, for an imaginative Ne-er, is invariably viewed as [insert some negative emotion here].

    SFPs, on the other hand, are more focused on what's actually apparent in the here and now instead of attempting to read into potential emotional connections and possible paths to hostility. They don't take offense until they've been given a clear-cut reason to be offended, rather than (mis)reading into the possible underlying connotation.

    So yes, I think when I complain of Fi in regards to how I don't get along with it, I am typically speaking of Fi coupled with Ne.

    (This isn't to say that SFPs, or any other type for that matter, don't generally possess features that bother me as well. I just think that the part of Fi that annoys me is more prominent in NFPs than SFPs.)

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