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    Quote Originally Posted by curiousel View Post
    What are the types that will be able to deal better under a situation of high stress such as:
    -physical torture or physical abuse?
    -psychological torture or psychological abuse?
    My original thought was that TJs would be the best.

    Then I thought STJs, but their high Si might cause them to relive the torture/abuse more.

    So perhaps NTJs would be better...



    Quote Originally Posted by Lily flower View Post
    I think for INFJ/INFP sometimes life itself seems like torture, because so many people are so mean! Why can't people just be nice to other people, or think of other's people's best interests instead of their own?
    By wanting me to think of your interest you're not thinking of my interest that I don't want to think of your interest.

    That's not very thoughtful of you...


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    ESTPs. hehe.... no idea......

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    I could actually see ISTPs being able to take some torture... I dunno about ESTPs, though...

    My ESTP neighbor and I had a conversation about torture, and he said he would absolutely suck at taking it -- would crack immediately.

    ESTPs have this reputation for being studs and what not, but, if you look at our own "what type have you had the best sex with" thread, reality seems to be a little bit different...

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    Haven't there been some comments around about INJs more often being able to detach from their body and the world when the need arises? It'd probably be whatever type can do that the best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I could actually see ISTPs being able to take some torture... I dunno about ESTPs, though...

    My ESTP neighbor and I had a conversation about torture, and he said he would absolutely suck at taking it -- would crack immediately.

    ESTPs have this reputation for being studs and what not, but, if you look at our own "what type have you had the best sex with" thread, reality seems to be a little bit different...
    I was half-heartedly joking but what you say makes sense. I was kind of thinking about what type would be the most resilient and be able to bounce back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Haven't there been some comments around about INJs more often being able to detach from their body and the world when the need arises? It'd probably be whatever type can do that the best...
    Yeah, I could see that.

    But INFJs are such pussies; I certainly wouldn't go with them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Instinct Variant: So/Sx and Sx/So (in other words, self preservation last)
    Could you explain your thinking behind this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    I was half-heartedly joking but what you say makes sense. I was kind of thinking about what type would be the most resilient and be able to bounce back.
    I will give them that.

    They have short memories.

    No matter how many times they're rejected, they will keep on trying.

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    It's called being on topic.

    I'm sorry you fail to understand the difference.

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