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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    yeah...it's a rare person that understands where i'm coming from or what i'm saying.
    unless i'm really deep in a conversation with someone i don't like to use a lot of words...i think i view it as impolite...taking too much of their time or something...so i turn into a lazy talker and expect them to fill in the gaps...and it can be misunderstood...or come out too blunt.
    i guess this is why people think i'm odd...haha...idk
    Right on with this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I don't get what you mean by this.
    It's linked with the mind-reading thing - believing you've actually had a conversation with someone IRL when you've only had it in your head.
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    Disagree entirely with this, wow, wholeheartedly. I hate my inability to deceive myself. Having self-awareness is both a blessing and a curse.
    Funny how no-one ever owns up to self-deception.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Sometimes they assume that because they've thought about telling you something, the conversation has actually already taken place! They imagine that other people are as good at mind-reading as they are; they're almost invariably wrong about that. They can be overly sensitive to perceived slights and read far too much into situations. They agonize over stuff rather than come to conclusions or take action. They are too good at getting other people to think/do stuff for them. They may have a lot of potential and talent but are only able to see these things in others, rarely in themselves. They are often unaware of their motivations - self-deception can be a problem. They ask for lots of advice but rarely take it. They can be very intense at the beginning of a relationship but then get disillusioned easily and can cut people off completely when that happens. They are crap at follow through. They are always at least an hour late for everything. They talk too much.
    I would say this is a very good description of what I have observed of ENFP bahaving in the real world. How did you come up with this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    It's linked with the mind-reading thing - believing you've actually had a conversation with someone IRL when you've only had it in your head.


    Funny how no-one ever owns up to self-deception.....
    blue...i've done this a lot...i think. actually just the other day i asked someone a question about something i was thinking...but never said...i was kind of embarrassed...i mean really who does that!!??
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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Virus View Post
    I would say this is a very good description of what I have observed of ENFP bahaving in the real world. How did you come up with this?
    Loving observation.
    These are just the frustrating things though, per OP. I could write pages about all the great stuff!

    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    blue...i've done this a lot...i think. actually just the other day i asked someone a question about something i was thinking...but never said...i was kind of embarrassed...i mean really who does that!!??
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Loving observation.
    These are just the frustrating things though, per OP. I could write pages about all the great stuff!



    haha...yeah...i said...why is that???!! but i didn't say anything before!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    blue...i've done this a lot...i think. actually just the other day i asked someone a question about something i was thinking...but never said...i was kind of embarrassed...i mean really who does that!!??
    actually, i know an ISFJ who does this regularly. many times, after admittedly obsessing over the "conversation we had last thursday", she's called me to "hash this thing out once and for all" and/or said she couldn't sleep because she couldn't figure out why i said what i said.

    and, no amount of my insisting it never happened will convince her otherwise. so, i just go ahead and tell her she misunderstood and then "straighten it out" by replying with what i'd have actually said had it occurred.
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    you have to straighten out what you haven't even said!!?? haha
    that is hysterical!!!
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    it depends on the ENFP. the few i know it tends to be true with. this is why many of them are falsely diagnosed with "ADD"
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