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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    So are you saying I'm actually xNFP, a real ambivert in personality...or just that I'm an ENFP with ambiverted temperament?
    I did once try to integrate pure ambiversion into type, but it the way it is set up, it must be one or the other, even if slight.
    So you definitely seem on the E side, and even in the Inclusion temperaments, there's nothing perfectly in between on one dimension; Phlegmatic Sanguine would be slightly on the extrovert side, while Phlegmatic Supine would be similar but on the introvert side. Some of what you say even sounds a bit like a full Sanguine in Inclusion, so it definitely looks like E.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I definitely get energised by "Se" being out exploring the world, living in the moment etc. but I still feel like an introvert.

    I tend to think an ESFP and an ISFP will both be energised by Fi and Se aswell, it's just a matter of where you're most at home. Given that I've been on this site for ages and still don't really get what Fi is all about probably doesn't help either.
    It's difficult to see how you'd be energised by Fi. Se is a lot easier to see.

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    Some people swear I am an extrovert according to how I approach situations, though I have noticed socializing is a use it or lose it quality. Meaning the more I hang out with people the better I get at it an more extroverted and confident I become, while the less I hang out with people the more shy and less likely I am to want to socialize at all. I can easily fall into my introverted world never to even think about sticking my head out.

    Oddly enough my (what I have typed as INFP) friend will admit to getting antsy when left to himself for too long and swears a healthy social life is very good for him....

    Not what I would expect from your typical introvert.

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    I consider myself a slight extrovert with shyness. What most people said here sounded about right. I find that I'm an extrovert because while I do sometimes tend to want to do my own thing, I really start to get tired after a short period of being alone. Sometimes my quietness in groups has to do with the fact that I don't have anything in common with them or have nothing to add to the topic, but find that I still have more energy after socializing and being out in the world than I do sticking to myself.
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    I have the same amount of energy whatever I do. I do this thing where I turn off for a second, am I an alternating introvert/extrovert?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I have the same amount of energy whatever I do. I do this thing where I turn off for a second, am I an alternating introvert/extrovert?
    Ha, I do the same thing. I can be out at a party or with friends and after a certain point will just mentally check out. There is really nothing anyone can do to get me to talk or participate from that point until after I go home for a while.

    The next day though, I will be like "oh we should do that again it was fun!"


    Is that similar to what you were talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Is that similar to what you were talking about?
    Similar. But I just check out for a few minutes. My mind/emotions go some place else.

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    Hm, no clue then. Sounds like ADD lol.

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    Do I need to start a ADD introvert or extrovert thread. If I am ADD then I am the laid back one, what is that called again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Similar. But I just check out for a few minutes. My mind/emotions go some place else.
    Haha, I do this. Must be some miswiring in our brains. I call it "cloud head" or "screensaver"
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