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    Default How would you describe characteriscits of a Intuitive/Sensing?

    Like how would you describe characteristic of a N and a S?

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    I usually think of Ns as big picture folks and Ss as detail folks. I could very easily be very wrong on that.

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    i thought it was more about sensors caring about what is real and intuitive types not being interested in what is beyond that. i feel like sensors can definately see the big picture as long as it is a more grounded/realistic concept. i also think intuitive types definately care about details as long as they pertain to more abstract concepts. i mean, i always see intuitive types on this forum getting into debates/arguments about very tiny little details that have to do with more philosophical things (like love, feelings, religion, etc..) i also see sensors who can sum up what the whole argument was about in two sentences using very concrete, point-blank kind of language.

    i could be wrong too though.

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    of a Intuitive/Sensing???

    My NTness is not happy

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    I think i am an S.

    But i use similies to comunitcate, is tht possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illmatic View Post
    I think i am an S.

    But i use similies to comunitcate, is tht possible?
    Yes, of course.

    I'm guessing these are some general characteristics:

    <Intuitive>
    - Not as attentive/sensitive to surroundings
    - Describes feelings, objects, people etc. in more abstract terms
    - Symbols/similes/metaphors come naturally; unable to find right words to communicate them sometimes
    - Propensity for reading between the lines
    - A bit "out of it"

    <Sensing>
    - More attentive/sensitive to surroundings
    - Describes feelings, objects, people etc. in more concrete terms
    - Likely to be well-dressed or deliberate with appearance
    - More likely to pick up on subtleties WRT sensory details
    - May be more literal
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