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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    It's xSTPs and xSTJs, think about it.
    Why ST?
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor View Post
    I always prefer to go over to someone else's space rather than have them in mine.
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    Inferior Se would be sensitive to that stuff, I'm guessing. INTJ overall, due to INFJs Fe leveling it out slightly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    Why ST?
    I pictured them giving you a "look" if you violate their space, but that's probably the case for most people with 1 or 8 in their tritype.

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    It might be inferior Se. But sometimes I wonder about inferior or tertiary Si. Maybe the cat lady syndrome?
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    I was a nightmare for personal space, the reason my mum was terrified to take me to nursery was because she knew I would just attack other children who got too close for my comfort.

    I've mellowed out these days somewhat, but I still need to take my leave of overly stimulating crowds.

    Oddly enough I am one of those people that gets hugged and touched a lot. But I suppose I don't mind; making up for lost time maybe.
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    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
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    Most of the introverts.
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    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    Why ST? Actually, my ISTP cousin never comes into my room when he comes over even though it's okay because he's easy to get along with, but very boundary conscious. This might cut across individuals of all types, especially introverts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post
    Inferior Se would be sensitive to that stuff, I'm guessing. INTJ overall, due to INFJs Fe leveling it out slightly.
    I am definitely this way myself. I can count on one hand the people whose touch I receive kindly, and require more personal space than most people. I want my things and my environment left alone also, in whatever arrangement I have made. I admit all of this is mostly reflex, probably to control (over)stimulation and also preserve privacy, which I guard very zealously. All introverts probably are this way to some extent, and inf Se may have something to do with it. I suspect there is something about the INJ combination, especially INTJ, however, that exacerbates it. We do tend to be more guarded and actively distant than other types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I am definitely this way myself. I can count on one hand the people whose touch I receive kindly, and require more personal space than most people. I want my things and my environment left alone also, in whatever arrangement I have made. I admit all of this is mostly reflex, probably to control (over)stimulation and also preserve privacy, which I guard very zealously. All introverts probably are this way to some extent, and inf Se may have something to do with it. I suspect there is something about the INJ combination, especially INTJ, however, that exacerbates it. We do tend to be more guarded and actively distant than other types.
    I think it is probably a mixture of the introversion, the sensitive nature of the inferior function - in this case, Se, which would be in such as way with the immediate sensory environment - and Te, which is not typically the most human-orientated of functions. The pragmatic nature of it also might make a person want to just get on with things and not be distracted by people that would get in their way, and what is considered unnecessary.

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