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    Psychosis wouldn't have any definite correlation with any dichotomy, for it can be experience by several different disorders ranging from the INxx correlating Schizoid and Schizotypal to the Exxx AsPD and IxFx BPD. The only correlation I could really make would be Introversion over Extroversion.

    EDIT: Even though Psychosis usually constitutes a break from reality, where fantasy and reality merge and are perceived as one entity, it is not iNtuitive limited. A Sensor who goes through emotional or physical trauma can begin to dwell inside their own heads looking for inner peace and comfort by living ideal circumstances in their head, and this can lead to psychosis if even more trauma is experienced.
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    Why not include their mental illness in their type? Remember, something that's a mental illness now, can be completely normal and accepted in a few decades. A hundred years ago hysteria was a proper mental illness, but nowadays it doesn't exist anymore. Homosexuality was a mental illness, but nowadays it's accepted by pretty much everybody with at least a little bit of common sense and empathy. Maybe some illnesses will become completely normal states of mind, maybe some revolutionary discovery will be made with some illnesses and they'll completely disappear. We don't know how things will change in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I'm curious if psychosis can make someone look n. I had a few and I learned recently that the doctors just pretended I can't tell you why I'm probably going to be silenced for posting this. I know they were real because they felt real, so could that have made me look infp?
    Psychosis usually feel real to those who are experiencing them. But I don't see real connection to intuition. The fact is, that mostly people with intuition as their shadow function have problems that seem N, but lack the pros of a typical N type. For example paranoia is often associated with unhealthy using of Ni (ISP types). Schizoid and schyzotypal with shadow Ne (ISJ types). But these people usually feel only confusion and difficulty with using these N triads and rarely feel some positive outcomes, that can come naturally to an N user.

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    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    Why not include their mental illness in their type? Remember, something that's a mental illness now, can be completely normal and accepted in a few decades. A hundred years ago hysteria was a proper mental illness, but nowadays it doesn't exist anymore. Homosexuality was a mental illness, but nowadays it's accepted by pretty much everybody with at least a little bit of common sense and empathy. Maybe some illnesses will become completely normal states of mind, maybe some revolutionary discovery will be made with some illnesses and they'll completely disappear. We don't know how things will change in the future.
    yeah, I suppose the invention of the vibrator solved that problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    yeah, I suppose the invention of the vibrator solved that problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    Vibrators are overrated.
    when the batteries run flat

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    when the batteries run flat
    No, I just don't like vibrations. I'm weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    No, I just don't like vibrations. I'm weird.


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    Schizophrenia makes it harder to tell I'm an F since I rarely smile and can't relate well to others.

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