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    Quote Originally Posted by Immaculate Cloud View Post
    Check out 'narcissistic personality disorder' on the Net and then make it a permanent doorslam.

    He said he had a sealed record of BPD, but I've dated a couple sociopaths (I'm hopelessly attracted to NTs) before and I figured "hey this will be okay" but he turned out to be way way too emotional/high matinence and insultive.
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    oh shit are nt's the common type of sociopaths? don't freak me out! that's a bit off putting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    oh shit are nt's the common type of sociopaths? don't freak me out! that's a bit off putting.
    I think STs are too..but all the ones closest to me are NTs. I guess sometimes they bring me back to earth and either nix or justify my rational thoughts and give good cristism to build on
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    huh?? such positive words for sociopaths...did i misunderstand you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    huh?? such positive words for sociopaths...did i misunderstand you?
    Not really. I was complimenting NTs in general though.
    I'd venture to say out of 3,000 sociopaths you'd meet some alright ones. I enjoyed my time with them while it was there, the last one though..wasnt very good. (yes this is sounding insane and it is) Its estimated that 1 in 25 people are sociopaths, avoiding them all together isnt possible.
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    Are you sure this guy's an ENFP? For a type so concerned with other people's feelings this seems kinda paradoxical. I'd say this is certainly not common ENFP behavior.

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    no way! that can't be accurate! that's frightening!

    i like nt's too though..or at least the ones i've gotten to know recently but i can't like someone who has no capacity to care about anyone. that goes against everything i am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    no way! that can't be accurate! that's frightening!

    i like nt's too though..or at least the ones i've gotten to know recently but i can't like someone who has no capacity to care about anyone. that goes against everything i am.
    This is a catch 22...they care when you can offer them something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    no way! that can't be accurate! that's frightening!

    i like nt's too though..or at least the ones i've gotten to know recently but i can't like someone who has no capacity to care about anyone. that goes against everything i am.


    Why is important that someone cares about people?
    Just curious.


    I have also heard that that statistics 1:25 (4%)

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    because i AM a person! i don't want to be with someone who doesn't care about me. what a waste. if i'm going to give any of myself to someone they better appreciate it.

    and if that's true it's scary as hell.
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