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Thread: Is The Person Above You Accurately Typed?

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    INFP 496 Sx/Sp.

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    ENFP 741 sp/so. (Frosty, not Evee.)

    Not brutalistic enough to be Ti, as in INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinclair View Post
    sx secure? are you sure? so/sp maybe?
    I don't know. I think my secondary sx instinct is very apparent in person. I attach to people or behaviors extremely easily, and I've always been searching for something to cling onto. Closeness is among my top few values, and self-care is something I've had to consciously teach myself to do--and admittedly, I tend to neglect my health.
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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    not enfp i dont think
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    Fetus you seem Sx last to me.
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    (I don't want to dominate this thread too much, but I do have a lot of doubt. But these threads are fun regardless.) Anyways, I definitely believe @Evee is an INFP.
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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    ISFJ maybe?
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    @Also You are very hidden, imo. Hard to really tell other than introverted.

    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    I don't know. I think my secondary sx instinct is very apparent in person. I attach to people or behaviors extremely easily, and I've always been searching for something to cling onto. Closeness is among my top few values, and self-care is something I've had to consciously teach myself to do--and admittedly, I tend to neglect my health.
    ah. lost the other response.

    Well, let me just ask you then. How did you chose the order of your instincts? In other words, how do you define the qualities of each position? What makes first, first? Second, second and so on. Is the first most conscious/stable and the third least? Or something else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinclair View Post
    @Also You are very hidden, imo. Hard to really tell other than introverted.



    ah. lost the other response.

    Well, let me just ask you then. How did you chose the order of your instincts? In other words, how do you define the qualities of each position? What makes first, first? Second, second and so on. Is the first most conscious/stable and the third least? Or something else?
    I feel like maybe the first helps define the core social/emotional needs one has, and therefore the behavior they use to achieve that. For instance, me as a so-dominant. I'm mostly looking to be accepted, valued, and liked. I think the secondary sort of helps better define and flavor the dominant. For instance, that main need to belong sort of carries over into a desire for intense closeness. My dominant defines what I need, and the secondary defines how I go about getting it. I think the last instinct is the one you have to make a conscious effort to maintain, but it provides you with intense relief once you grip it for a moment. For instance, I'm honestly pretty neglectful of my physical needs. I get caught up in my pursuits, and end up getting out-of-touch with what I require (sleep, water, etc.).

    This is probably a really poor understanding of how things work, but it's how I explain to myself.
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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    I guess you know my opinion, I see you no longer show your type in your profile so I guess you're confused. I still think you're an enneagram 9w1, you don't have the temperament and tension of the 8 wing. I also think you're Si+Ne based and my reason for typing you SFJ earlier was about the fact that I see more Fe than Fi in you. You have the softness and the idealism of an Fi user, but I think in your case being a dreamer, wanting to help people and being withdrawn is just powerful Si supported with enneagram 9w1.
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