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    The Black Knight Domino's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    And slime each other with glitter glue!
    Fact: I have a gallon bag full of glitter glue tubes.

    IT's ON!!
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    There's a reason expressions such as: "One needs a bit of the poet to balance the warrior" exist. We all have a public/private, inner/outer self. It's normal. We are not one-sided. Just because people aren't what you expect them to be, during a particular period of time, doesn't mean there is anything wrong with them.

    This article is a must-read for all the people out there who like to pathologize to such an extent, that they are now questioning whether even the butter on their knife is in some sort of "loop."

    The Faces of Personality Type Development
    http://www.personalitypathways.com/faces.html

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    Not gonna lie...I'm not the most pleasant to be around when I get into an Si-Ti loop
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
    ― Woodrow Wilson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    There's a reason expressions such as: "One needs a bit of the poet to balance the warrior" exist. We all have a public/private, inner/outer self. It's normal. We are not one-sided. Just because people aren't what you expect them to be, during a particular period of time, doesn't mean there is anything wrong with them.

    This article is a must-read for all the people out there who like to pathologize to such an extent, that they are now questioning whether even the butter on their knife is in some sort of "loop."

    The Faces of Personality Type Development
    http://www.personalitypathways.com/faces.html
    Oh this page looks interesting, i mean the text looks interesting, the page looks horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barlwooh View Post
    Oh this page looks interesting, i mean the text looks interesting, the page looks horrible.
    Your eyesight is in a loop.

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    Who wants to watch me turn counter phobic angry ESTJ and fire up that Te- Si!?



    Fi-Si loop is depressing.
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    I must MUST have an Angry Dome.
    eNFJ 4w3 sx/so 468 tritype
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    There's a reason expressions such as: "One needs a bit of the poet to balance the warrior" exist. We all have a public/private, inner/outer self. It's normal. We are not one-sided. Just because people aren't what you expect them to be, during a particular period of time, doesn't mean there is anything wrong with them.

    This article is a must-read for all the people out there who like to pathologize to such an extent, that they are now questioning whether even the butter on their knife is in some sort of "loop."

    The Faces of Personality Type Development
    http://www.personalitypathways.com/faces.html
    That was awesome. I am quite fond of my introverted loop (for reals) but the extroverted functions are pretty tight too.

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    A truly permanent tertiary-inferior loop? Wouldn't something have to go horribly wrong for the tertiary and inferior to always be in charge? The inferior and the tertiary can show up a lot, especially in negative ways during stress, but is that really a loop? Like, it's common for IxTPs to sometimes become too concerned that they are not fitting in, or ENxPs getting pestered by the same old sensory impressions. It's the nature of the inferior. Aux/Inferior loops are bad enough, as I experience them as a spiraling low-energy state where I don't feel quite awake, as opposed to the standard Dom/Tertiary loops that are kind of fun but unstable. I don't even want to picture a tertiary-inferior loop

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    I like my Fi.

    I suppose this means I've got pathological issues, and am in a loop.
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