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    Default Activity relations unfavorable?

    I really have a hard time interacting up with one. I get yelled at for not getting introverted sensing done right. My activity relation is demanding of her first two functions. I tell her stop, I'm not interested and she does it anyways. She think it's actually playful when I express annoyance. It looks like we get a long on the outside but can't interact up close. What is your experience with your activity relations.

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    I always get turnt with my activity relations
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty6226 View Post
    I always get turnt with my activity relations
    What does turnt mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by great_bay View Post
    What does turnt mean?
    Urban Dictionary: Turnt

    see definitions 2 & 3
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    If ILI, SEI and ESI will tend to appear very much like each other, but they feel very different.

    ESI tend to be more serious and have the social appeal of being confident.

    SEI are more playful, and have the social appeal of being child-like and emotive.
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    I actually get along better with my Activity Relation than any other type. LIE-Ni in particular, though, rather than the Te subtype.
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    So, is it allowed to have a good relationship with my Activity partner or does that mean I'm mis-typed as my Mirror?
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    It's Godly and righteous,
    So eat it, you should.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strychnine View Post
    So, is it allowed to have a good relationship with my Activity partner or does that mean I'm mis-typed as my Mirror?
    Yeah, you could be ESI-Se.

    Activity relations are fun and pleasant but when the relationship gets too demanding its really stressful, like SEEs I know get real emotional about everything despite being intelligent in an NT way, they prefer not to rely on their intelligence at all when solving problems, preferring to rely on people skills, which is also a form of intelligence, but not applicable everywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strychnine View Post
    So, is it allowed to have a good relationship with my Activity partner or does that mean I'm mistyped as my Mirror?
    Yes, it's allowed. It's one of the better inter-type relationships, though breakdown does occur. The Hidden Agenda gets overloaded, and an incompatible temperament makes it difficult to reconcile viewpoints. Essentially, getting the energizing effects of the HA with virtually none of soothing effects from the Dual Seeking function. The Hidden Agenda just seems to be used incorrectly, and in situations where it's not appropriate, so it ends up falling apart if in too close proximity for a prolonged period of time. It's an easy fix though relationally, just spend a little time apart. Much easier to deal with then other inter types,especially ones outside your quadra.

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    I get on with them plenty fine as long as they do not over manage me. Most LSE's are pretty good at giving me space and we share the same core values (generally). I'm not sure I have met one with which I had a particularly difficult time. Seems pretty easy going and comfortable to me. Whilst also being a good work relationship, they tend to appreciate my ideas and I appreciate their ability to get down to work.
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