Where do you see Extraverted Perception? She has Introverted Perception, with Si.
She maintained her life, though it was hellish, and didn't find reason to do anything about it because she was used to it and it wasn't immediately threatening to her. Si conforms and she adapted to the life placed upon her. She did what little she could by her forced servile position, wanting to make other's feel good (even the Queen, I suppose, can't recall) with Fe. It wasn't until her life was threatened that she had no choice but to flee. Actually, it wasn't by her choice. She was startled and forced into it by the Woodsman. An unhealthy ISFJ.
Her Extraversion came from "parenting" the Dwarves and setting order to their place to make them happy and then to their lives. Aux Fe. She became healthier when she was Fe-ing on her own terms. But even when she was warned that the Queen would try to harm her, she couldn't believe it. She was away from her and wouldn't be a bother, so why? She was naive in taking candy from a stranger-- but it wasn't a stranger, only the Queen in an unfamilar disguise so she couldn't "recognise" the new form. She wasn't used to it (with Si).
I'm curious. What do you find 'E' about her or 'P'?
Last edited by zarc; 03-27-2009 at 02:22 AM.
Reason: more stuffs to explain
Snow white got laid with all seven dwarfs one of the dawfs was homosexual for sure the prince has a fetish with dead people (he thought snow white was hot in her casket) and the witch is just phsycotic. What I'm letting is true by the way my friend attend classes at pittsburg university. Disney just convert the story a little bit.