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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    If it is a crisis to me, I will not be detached.

    Far, far from it

    Well said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    INFPs, Do you detach emotionally in moments of crisis?
    Doesn't everybody?
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    Emotionally? Yes, though if something still needs to be done I'm better off with out having the emotions in the way. You would say I almost function better in those situations. Things seem clearer...
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    Yeah. I think it boils down to mental autonomy or rather survival. Imagine sealing vital doors in a flooding submarine.
    I may be bested in battle, but I shall never be defeated.

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    I unplug completely. In a crisis there's just too much. It's a major overload. I guess it could be considered 'survival' mode.

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    And I was just thinking how I operate in crises now is so different than I used to. I used to go into panic mode and flutter about. Very inefficient with the adrenaline flowing like crazy.

    Now I respond physically to the situation but it's more like I go into slow-motion. Very calm and methodical and it's a natural response.

    I am not sure why. Maybe all the feelings work I've done over the years. Or maybe jus having piled up plenty of crises through time. Dunno. But I am glad for it.

    Hey, heart. You've changed your type. Congratulations! You sure didn't seem like a Jay to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    I am not sure why. Maybe all the feelings work I've done over the years. Or maybe jus having piled up plenty of crises through time. Dunno. But I am glad for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    I used to go into panic mode and flutter about. Very inefficient with the adrenaline flowing like crazy.

    I do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotdalidot View Post
    I do this.
    Well, the adrenaline rush still comes. But now it's a delayed response. After it's all over I'll be shaken and shakin'.
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