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    yeah. had the same experience as phantonym - really obsessive about it at first, but it calms down. now sometimes it's just very obvious, and other times it doesn't occur to me at all.

    if it's getting too annoying, just take a little break from mbti, think about other things for a few days. it'll go away.

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    i just got back from a dinner party. everyone at my table of 10 got typed. by me, the lay rabid typologist. some really enjoyed it. some spoke much more intelligently than i could on the nuances of personality typing. others seemed irritated and potentially rolled their eyes.

    i am trying very hard not to see the world through MBTI, but it isn't easy as i'm in the learning/application phase. i honestly look forward to giving it a rest. i'm damned annoying about it these days. i need another hobby.
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    Yeah I do, but just for fun. It's not like you should use MBTI as anything more as something to help you communicate. It's not there to make you go "Oh fuck, not another ISTJ!" or whatever.
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    ^ aw fuck, not another enfp



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    What would be the point ? Most of them look like ESFPs and ENFPs to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    ^ aw fuck, not another enfp


    They love us, you know it. They're all just playing hard to get... all of them.
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    i dont do it all the time, but i could see myself getting stuck on that kind of automatic typing. lucky i got enough control on my mind to keep it out of going on auto typing mode. i like trying to type people for fun at times tho. i usually do it when i see something that i could associate with something related to mbti. strong letter or function that pops out might cause this, if i see someone behave in stereotypical/usual way for some type or when i see that i might benefit on typing someone
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    It comes natural to me. Patterns just show up. I don't like to rely much on it though. They're like "theories of people." Type explains individuals but you never know the validity of the explanation. Though most of the time I want a "fixed" answer, typing is a different case. The "answer" develops as you spent more time with the person.

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    I do, and it drives my wife crazy sometimes. Before learning about MBTI, it was Inclusion/Control/Affection temperament combinations. She's the one who had the license for that, and we could talk about our friends and family through the lens of temperament now, but I went beyond her in the interest. And I had to figure out how the two systems corresponded, so I could basically reference them together.
    As the OP alluded, it's Ti's need to categorize.
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    No. It takes time to know somebody.

    I only typed my family members and close friends.

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