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    Thanks for defending my honour though Amargith
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    When I'm stressed I test as an INTP but I'm not an INTP. I like INTPs but no way in hell or on earth or any other realm am I an INTP I also relate to traits of other types, but in the end I'm an INFP. I think most people relate some what to other types.
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    Yea I can see that esp as you are probably very empathetic. You do believe then that everyone has a type? even those whoe claim to be xxxx?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    Hey thats OK typical ENFP/INTP relations if you ask me So what do you think to the OP do you feel like there was a turning point, or a sink or swim moment when y ou grew some confidence
    wild...i think it's just that it's not confidence or maturity that separates us...the same could be turned around on us saying insecurity lead us to act out and seek attention and approval externally...right? it's just cognitive preferences...isn't it...and is a preference for extroversion any different then a preference for feeling vs thinking...or intuition over sensing...so in that way would we be any more similar to infp then any other type one letter removed?

    i'm really asking...cuz i don't know.
    and sorry if the tone sounds shitty...i can never tell...but it's not meant to!!
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    yes. everyone has a type even those who say xxxx and I also think those people are getting too wrapped up in the descriptions alot of the time. They're trying to hard to figure themselves out. A description is going to match very few people perfectly.or some people just want to be "unique" by being xxxx because don't we have capablities to use all functions its just the dominant ones make up our type I feel and think and I intuit and sense. Just because I'm an NF doesn't mean I'm incapable of noticing things around me or being intelligient.
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    Funny, I always feel like I have an ENFP trapped inside me, with a massive door made of zero self esteem keeping it locked up tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    Hey thats OK typical ENFP/INTP relations if you ask me So what do you think to the OP do you feel like there was a turning point, or a sink or swim moment when y ou grew some confidence
    Unfortunately, I cannot support your view. I've always been an extreem E as a child. It's the tough experiences in my youth though that caused my E to become weaker. I'm more careful, if you will. I tend to test I when I feel insecure, because it is usually accompanied by a feeling of not liking people, not trusting them and wanting to stay away from them. Happens actually most often when I get burned for being an E

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    Actually, Jack, quick question..

    Could it be that you temporarily make your auxilary function dominant due to circumstances?

    What I mean is..when I'm pissed at the world, I'm way more likely to use Fi and judge everything than I am likely to use Ne and seek more input.


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    Funny, I always feel like I have an ENFP trapped inside me, with a massive door made of zero self esteem keeping it locked up tight.
    Let her out and see what happens then
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Actually, Jack, quick question..

    Could it be that you temporarily make your auxilary function dominant due to circumstances?

    What I mean is..when I'm pissed at the world, I'm way more likely to use Fi and judge everything than I am likely to use Ne and seek more input.
    That's more of a BlueWing question, because I think Intuition is the primary function of both NFPs, and Feeling the support function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    That's more of a BlueWing question, because I think Intuition is the primary function of both NFPs, and Feeling the support function.
    oh...okay. so really the only difference is the e/i and all types are basically similar except for that...damn...i don't know what i thought i knew! haha
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