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Thread: Which FP?

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    ⒺⓉⒷ Eric B's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    My thinking is not linear, though. I do not have mature Si strenghths at all. If I have Si it is not adult. EricB has already pointed out that ESFP actually might make more sense for me because of the Si Opposing Personality Complex.

    Most people have family memories. I am also a story teller, never forget that.
    Well, I simply weighed the evidence, and concluded that inferior and Opposing Personality might be very similar, at least as far as strength. (Actually, while none of the shadows can be called "mature"; the OP as well as the Witch, are shadowing mature functions/complexes, so might have more of an appearance of maturity to them. At least in being more confident and aggressive, rather than vulnerable; albeit in a less consciously controlled, reactive manner.

    Some of the stuff you've been saying more recently, about Si, does sound more like a less mature function on the ego-syntonic side, that is for some reason manifesting strongly at times.

    Also, did you see my last response?
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...=1#post1629169
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    Well, then maybe you shouldn't act like him if you don't want to be compared to him.

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    Yes, EricB I saw your last response.

    I just want to throw in here that I was just watching an Eminem video and reminded of why I would consider ISFP for myself.

    I mean, wouldn't you guess he was an extrovert (and using more Te) if you were only aware of his Eminem persona and not who he is as Marshall Mathers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Yes, EricB I saw your last response.

    I just want to throw in here that I was just watching an Eminem video and reminded of why I would consider ISFP for myself.

    I mean, wouldn't you guess he was an extrovert (and using more Te) if you were only aware of his Eminem persona and not who he is as Marshall Mathers?
    Well, I don't know about you, (I know we are similar) but I've considered myself an introvert because I'm lazy and just don't want to leave the house half the time. But I still feel more energized after working, (in my E field), or going out with friends, or being at a party. Reading books and taking nature walks or anything that requires me to revert into myself more can keep me entertained for a while, but I'm more likely to sink more and more into a lazy slump that way and eventually need a nap. So I'm more productive when I've been extraverting than when I've been introverting. I'm more ready to run a bunch of errands or go for a jog or do anything worth while after I've been out socializing or shopping all morning. That doesn't make me a big obnoxious party person who needs constant external stimulation, it just makes me an extravert. I'm inclined to think that you may be the same way. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Yes, EricB I saw your last response.

    I just want to throw in here that I was just watching an Eminem video and reminded of why I would consider ISFP for myself.

    I mean, wouldn't you guess he was an extrovert (and using more Te) if you were only aware of his Eminem persona and not who he is as Marshall Mathers?
    The thing about Eminem/marshall is that's he's an e6. They tend to be a bit split E/I. That may also be why you related to him (you are possibly a 6).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    The thing about Eminem/marshall is that's he's an e6. They tend to be a bit split E/I. That may also be why you related to him (you are possibly a 6).
    I'm pretty definitely a 6. I'm more sure of my enneagram than my exact MBTI type, other than knowing I'm absolutely an FP (Fi/Te).

    The more I think about who I am and what my priorities have been since I was a teenager, it does make me seem more like an S. I also have had TJs tell me things like "you think you're using Te, but it's really Se."

    I just don't want to say "oh I'm definitely NFP" if the original reason I was so certain I was an N is because I like to read and have an imagination, which is a mistake many, many people make when they are ignorant about type theory.

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    ESFP. You have this edge to you to you that I've only ever noticed in ESFPs, and I don't think it's the Ne-Te loop thing... ENFPs are more prickly where you're more sharp. It's subtle but the difference is there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiharu View Post
    ESFP. You have this edge to you to you that I've only ever noticed in ESFPs, and I don't think it's the Ne-Te loop thing... ENFPs are more prickly where you're more sharp. It's subtle but the difference is there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    ENFP, maybe iNFP. You're like the slightly more extraverted version of @Meek. You have that classic, FiSi tendency to throw around these tangential, highly personal history anecdotes whenever you're trying to make a point and I don't really notice a lot of Se-Ni at all.
    Oh by the way, stop repping random people who you don't even talk to just to insult me. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie
    ENFP, maybe iNFP. You're like the slightly more extraverted version of @Meek . You have that classic, FiSi tendency to throw around these tangential, highly personal history anecdotes whenever you're trying to make a point and I don't really notice a lot of Se-Ni at all.
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    Interesting... though I saw a bunch of people on PersN call Meek an ISFP.
    Part of the SP temperament may include storytelling.

    This probably says something about an INTP trying to convince with logic while an ESFP has more success with personal stories.
    The above quote is from this Linda Berens article:

    http://www.4temperaments.com/article...mproviser.html

    You will find it to be of particular interest since she tells a story of a guy who tested ENFP, but ultimately chose ESFP since the SP temperament was a better fit for him.

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    Thank you Jaguar, I really liked that article.

    This made sense to me:

    This probably says something about an INTP trying to convince with logic while an ESFP has more success with personal stories.
    as did this:

    Psychological death for an Improviser™ is to have no impulses to respond to or to be so bound and constricted they cannot respond to any of the impulses they have. This does not mean they are always impulsive. It simple means that Artisans are the masters of action-moving quickly to seize the moment especially when these actions/impulses are in line with some outcome or result they are trying to achieve. This is their other core need-to have the ability to make an impact. This need to make an impact does not always mean to "perform" and get applause. It means to see a tangible result from their actions
    I often speak to make an impact, using humor, exaggeration, hyperbole, and colorful language so people pay attention to what I'm saying. I'm not saying that's always a good thing (ha ha) but it's worked for me none-the-less.

    I love this too:

    In our work, we have found that a vast number of_ S_Ps select "N" responses rather than the "S" responses on the MBTI® , Their behavior and reports have been taken as typical of those with a preference for N. Because of not using the added information in the temperament model or not paying close attention to Jung's definitions and Myers descriptions, the observations of people with _S_P preferences have filtered back into the mainstream definitions of N. When we go back to Jung's descriptions, we find these descriptions have veered off course from the original meaning.

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