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    How do you use it in day to day life?

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    All personal conversations are now infused with it. It has saved me and ruined me at the same time.

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    ^this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shmooooooooo View Post
    All personal conversations are now infused with it. It has saved me and ruined me at the same time.
    Generalizations or what? Outside of here, I've never had someone to speak MBTI too.

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    A lot less frequently than I used to.

    Pretty much only in my thoughts. When I think about other people and try to understand them.

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    when I'm making a decision in regards to other people.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Whenever someone does or says something highly typical of their MBTI type I always point it out.

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    I just realized that a post that I made is also an answer to this question

    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Hello

    I use MBTI and typology [...] primarily as a tool to understand myself and others. It's a valuable reference, but to the extent that it doesn't do that, I don't really care about it.

    There are also other valuable frameworks out there, such as [psychology, sociology, etc.].

    And thus spake my own personal priorities

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    I don't use it in conversation but I notice when people say/do things that confirm their MBTI type... and then I giggle to myself, wishing I had someone to discuss this with irl.
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    For amusement.
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    By going on Typology Central!

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