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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    She identifies three strategies and says everyone leads with one: When pressured in conflict, one tends to either disengage (Withdrawn), go on the offensive (Aggressive) or submit (Compliant). That's a three-fold typology in my book, and one that I find a useful supplement to MBTI.
    well in books of real psychology, its not categorized as typology. my personality psychology professor talked about horneys stuff(including those neurotic coping strategies) on one lecture, so dont bother trying to argue(if you disagree, do some study about what typology means and look more into vocabulary of psychology). even if you find it as a useful supplement to MBTI, that doesent make it any more of an typology, they are coping styles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    This thread almost seems like the perfect place to unveil my "theory on how to live forever"! But not yet...

    Also may I chime in and add that NFs are better at pudding?
    Yes please, theory on how to live forever welcome, as is pudding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    Yes please, theory on how to live forever welcome, as is pudding.
    yay! i shall start compiling my photographic evidence, and NT comment deflection devices (patent pending).

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    well in books of real psychology, its not categorized as typology. my personality psychology professor talked about horneys stuff(including those neurotic coping strategies) on one lecture, so dont bother trying to argue(if you disagree, do some study about what typology means and look more into vocabulary of psychology). even if you find it as a useful supplement to MBTI, that doesent make it any more of an typology, they are coping styles.
    NFPs can point out that they're smarter/more well-read about a subject without looking like a complete prick in the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    NFPs can point out that they're smarter/more well-read about a subject without looking like a complete prick in the process.

    We can??? I need to master this ASAP before some jerk figures out I don't do this well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    NFPs can point out that they're smarter/more well-read about a subject without looking like a complete prick in the process.
    but NTPs are better at taking these type of comments without getting butt hurt . also NTPs are more efficient on pointing that kind of things out, and thats much needed skill when dealing with NTJs, because they would just most likely disagree with NFPs way of pointing that kind of stuff out, since it wont most likely include the information on why the NFPs opinion differs from the other persons opinion, in other words being too vague description of personal knowledge about the subject.

    anyways, i would use bit different wording if i would talk with someone face to face, unless i knew the other person was an TJ of some sort
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    if you're judging us based on Ti understanding, then no, but if on Fi understanding, we win. we understand the dark emotional corners of our inner selves, have you explored those in yourself? do you use your understanding and acceptance of your darkness to empathize with others in pain? can you look at another person and see yourself mirrored in them, and them mirrored in yourself? can you find someone who is hurting and make them feel comfortable and accepted and can you get them to reengage with their passion, their light, their spark? can you help someone appreciate themself for just being and all the wonderful incredible things that entails? can you stir the minutiae of the soul?

    (and can you paint with all the colors of the wind?!)

    I do and have. I wonder if that has anything to do with F and T, or how often you introspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    This thread almost seems like the perfect place to unveil my "theory on how to live forever"! But not yet...

    Also may I chime in and add that NFs are better at pudding?
    Hooray for pudding! Chocolate! Vanilla! Tapioca! No, no...let's get fancy and make banana pudding with vanilla wafers, or go all out and make some bread pudding with lots of nice cinnamon and raisins, yum.

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    Based on this poll....
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...ts&pollid=1060


    a combined result meaning entp+intp v enfp+infp
    nfp's are better in bed

    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    Based on this poll....
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...ts&pollid=1060


    a combined result meaning entp+intp v enfp+infp
    nfp's are better in bed

    good for us
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