I dislike the rise of the expression to have "caught feelings" with someone. Emotions aren't a disease, even if they feel like it sometimes. Trivializing language has a trivializing effect on the value/necessity/inherence of something.
I used to think my ex's ISFP mother was oversensitive for disliking that young people referred to their genitals as "their junk." I get it now.
"There is no god; there is only us. Savage and fragile."
As much as I love Personality Cafe, I've begun to be a bit suspicious of it. A member from there got banned and no one knows why because the moderators didn't say anything about it; he's had good conduct, although I think he may not be joking when he said he was going to get himself banned or something, or maybe this was done against his will, I don't know. I just don't want other new members on that forum to be subject to the same crap as he was.
I enjoy that place because it's one of the most active places I've been to online outside a social network for general discussions. I'm not as big of a fan of social networks due to their stricter terms, social networks being typically populated by individuals with mainstream taste in stuff and social networks being designed to not easily facilitate long text-based content like this either from character limits or by user perception itself. I feel like Typology Central is more focused on talking about typology, but I feel like it's slightly less active than PerC. I only signed up for this website because a PerC member also has an account here, and in case PerC started to get a bit dull; I find it difficult to post about myself when people can't easily ascertain my context; I feel like that people will have to visit PerC to understand what I'm going on about since I've established myself there.
i sometimes wonder. my aunt researched our geneology and said we are part of of hawaiian royalty. my last name means chief of the soldiers. and everyone pins me as a leader...demi-god which is embarassing and i struggle with being raised up that high. but i wonder where exactly am i suppose to be in life.