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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Why don't the office ENFJs like me
    Do you like them?
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    https://www.quora.com/My-18-year-old...he-right-thing

    My 18 year old was diagnosed with anti-social personality disorder so I disowned him and kicked him out. Did I do the right thing?

    My son was very evidently a danger to others. I knew for a long time something wasn't quite right. I don't want someone with anti-social personality disorder in my house or in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Why don't the office ENFJs like me
    Probably because they aren't eNFJ 6w5's right @Starry and @Z Buck McFate ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    Do you like them?
    I can't tell, because they are all-business with me. Even when I try to joke around and connect with them.

    Either they don't like me, or have given up on trying to understand me, or just take forever to loosen up :/

    This has happened with all three ENFJs I've worked with at this office. It's really bizarre. I connect right away with some ENFJs. Just not these.
    and it's nice enough to
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    I'm gonna watch Star Trek in bed tonight. Haven't done that in years... I used to fall asleep to it every night.
    Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting.

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    Oh and @Starry too I'ma copypasta the diff between 5 and 6:

    Misidentifying Fives and Sixes
    Fives and Sixes are both Thinking types and, when educated, can both be quite intellectual. It is far more common for Sixes to mistype as Fives, but for some easily understood reasons. Of the two types, Sixes tend to be more linear and analytical in their thinking because they are interested in troubleshooting, in prediction, and in establishing methods that can be repeated. Thus, contrary to popular belief, the world of academia and higher education is more the realm of Sixes than of Fives. Academia teaches students to work with advisors and mentors, to cite sources and back up arguments with quotes from authorities, to follow proper procedures in papers and theses, and so forth–all type Six values.

    Fives are much more non-linear in their thinking. They are interested in finding out where established theories break down and in developing iconoclastic ideas that shake up structures and established methods. Fives are, generally speaking, bolder than Sixes in their positions and creativity, but also far less practical. Fives feel that they can only trust their own minds to come to conclusions–they believe that everyone else is likely to be less well-informed. Sixes get frantic trying to find something to trust precisely because they do not trust their own minds to come to meaningful conclusions. The difference between them can be seen in the difference between Umberto Eco ( a Five) and Tom Clancy (a Six), or Peter Gabriel (a Five) and Bruce Springsteen (a Six).

    - See more at: https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/m....3IyeOMto.dpuf

    I love buying books from bookstores and I am not so excited about college learning really as much. I think the bookstore is a better institute of knowledge than a college can be. (sometimes, and depends of course)

    Now ironically I did quote this which is like 6ish. But I'm not exactly excited to finding "sources" to back up stuff so much. Gets too Te for me I guess.

    Although the Ni is what gets me to think analytically and linear... ffffuuuuuu

    Starry.. why? :c
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    @jscrothers i have news to report
    @EcK @Jacques Les Paul and @whatever are trying to claim that I'm their uke and not yours fix this I told them I'm telling on them


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    Quote Originally Posted by 21lux View Post
    @jscrothers i have news to report
    @EcK @Jacques Les Paul and @whatever are trying to claim that I'm their uke and not yours fix this I told them I'm telling on them
    did fucking not... asked what on earth all of the anime speak was! why drag me into this?

    like the song says... I got a man
    Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    did fucking not... asked what on earth all of the anime speak was! why drag me into this?

    like the song says... I got a man
    don't play with my heart like this


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