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    @Zarathustra
    Self Preservation deals with safety, comfort, avoidance of self detriment and tending to one's overall well being. thus, they will probably be must more devastated by torture than a self preservation last person who don't notice pain as much (classic example being the athlete who accrues a serious injury, doesn't notice and still wants to play after their coach insists they sit down)
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    I knew this would happen.

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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?

    What are the types that will be able to get over it faster and without suffering much from post-traumatic disorders or anxieties, and deal remarkably well while being tortured?
    What types would be the most vulnerable and suffer the most during and after the torture?

    -physical torture or physical abuse?

    I imagine INT's for the detachment and reasoning


    -psychological torture or psychological abuse?

    This one is more tricky, but i think possibly ENF's, the reaspn being that they (when mature) are a lot more able to deal with emotions and move on. I know a shed load of them who have come through the other side by dealing with it.


    What are the types that will be able to get over it faster and without suffering much from post-traumatic disorders or anxieties, and deal remarkably well while being tortured?

    Two very different types for this. Under torture would be the detached types but i think they would more likely have ongoing difficulties as a result.



    But, you know, everyone is different. Some types are more able to forgive, prehaps they would cope with the long term effects better.
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    ^ i think gem's got a good point about torture in the moment vs torture aftereffects. just because someone doesn't break in the moment doesn't mean they won't hurt for a long, long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Self Preservation deals with safety, comfort, avoidance of self detriment and tending to one's overall well being. thus, they will probably be must more devastated by torture than a self preservation last person who don't notice pain as much (classic example being the athlete who accrues a serious injury, doesn't notice and still wants to play after their coach insists they sit down)
    Mightn't you say that their drive for self-preservation will lead them to get over it the best?

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    The O.P. poses a very interesting and difficult question.

    There are just too many variables to consider, so I really don't know right now.

    I know that I can't handle much physical pain, but I can endure (and have endured) all kinds of psychological torture.

    Elfboy and Zara make some really good points.

    I'll be watching this thread.

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    I'm pretty good at taking psychological torture, not so good at physical torture.
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    Am I the only one who doesn't think T would be an advantage? I don't see why it would be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    Am I the only one who doesn't think T would be an advantage? I don't see why it would be.
    Ability to more easily separate from one's emotions.

    I certainly don't think Fs would have the advantage.

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