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    Seems like INFJs are the best at this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    True, but what I was trying to say is that because of this the test result could be biased to some degree.
    Still, it sounds to me like you are doing great at talking to the people who you choose to talk to. Isn't that what's important?
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    Quote Originally Posted by something boring View Post
    Still, it sounds to me like you are doing great at talking to the people who you choose to talk to. Isn't that what's important?
    We have a conflict of philosophies here.

    Yes I am doing fine but my conversetions are not complete, so the parts in which I would be the worst are not included since I don't come in that kinds of situations.

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    But they didn't ask about the 'get away with it ' skills.
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    Your results indicate that you are fairly adept at interpreting other peoples words and actions and seeing things from their perspective - although the rare misunderstanding may occur. Overall however, you seem to realize that empathy is an essential part of good interpersonal skills and therefore, will do your best to place yourself in other peoples shoes in order to better understand them. For the most part, you can sense what others are thinking and will likely adjust your behavior accordingly if a person youre conversing with seems confused or perhaps uncomfortable. There may be the occasional time when you pay more attention to the message youre sending rather than how its received. With some time and experience, youll likely be able to improve your insight even more.


    I think that was accurate.

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    Your results indicate that you are fairly adept at interpreting other peoples words and actions and seeing things from their perspective - although the rare misunderstanding may occur. Overall however, you seem to realize that empathy is an essential part of good interpersonal skills and therefore, will do your best to place yourself in other peoples shoes in order to better understand them. For the most part, you can sense what others are thinking and will likely adjust your behavior accordingly if a person youre conversing with seems confused or perhaps uncomfortable. There may be the occasional time when you pay more attention to the message youre sending rather than how its received. With some time and experience, youll likely be able to improve your insight even more.


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    does it matter if 99.9% of the time I don't care enough about the other person to bother picking up on things? I mean the .1% I do care I can put myself in their shoes, just apathetic towards 99.9% of the people I know.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    We have a conflict of philosophies here.

    Yes I am doing fine but my conversetions are not complete, so the parts in which I would be the worst are not included since I don't come in that kinds of situations.
    I see your point.
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