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    When it comes to the little things, I place 'little' as the label, and thus I can be indecisive.. I don't put a high value on committing to little things, but at least I'm honest about them.

    Bigger things, however, get immediate attention until I have an accurate decision and plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    When it comes to the little things, I place 'little' as the label, and thus I can be indecisive.. I don't put a high value on committing to little things, but at least I'm honest about them.

    Bigger things, however, get immediate attention until I have an accurate decision and plan.
    Agreed.
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    I think NPs in general are pretty indecisive. It's hard to make decisions based on Ne.
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    Most definitely, this is very common for NPs.
    I'm very very very indecisive, I have a hard time narrowing my decisions and possibilities down to one single one, I just see pros and cons for all, and I am always asking myself the what if's, and if..then scenarios. I'm very hesitant, and I have to give decisions a lot of though before I actually carry them out. This is a very strong P trait, and it's most common with NPs.
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    Yeah, I'm pretty ridiculously indecisive. Every time I lean towards one choice I just start imagining myself regretting it, so I lean towards the other and feel the same way, and on and on...

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    Yes.. The other day I was in a buffet and one stranger lady said in a haughty tone, "You're indecisive, aren't you?" (RUDE!) I was like "yeah o_O"
    I walked around like three times without getting any food, but so what? I didn't know what to get because none of it stood out. Blehh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VanillaCat View Post
    Yes.. The other day I was in a buffet and one stranger lady said in a haughty tone, "You're indecisive, aren't you?" (RUDE!) I was like "yeah o_O"
    I walked around like three times without getting any food, but so what? I didn't know what to get because none of it stood out. Blehh!
    I always walk around like 3 times also in buffets, haha.
    I have to see all of my options before I can make a choice

    I shop that way also....I meander around the store several times before picking out any clothes to try on, and then I try on like 15 pieces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I always walk around like 3 times also in buffets, haha.
    I have to see all of my options before I can make a choice

    I shop that way also....I meander around the store several times before picking out any clothes to try on, and then I try on like 15 pieces.

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    yeah...i can totally relate.
    and isn't all this whole indecisive thing very depressing?

    i mean,
    how could we expect to succeed in this REAL-practical world & society where it stresses heavily on specialization, focus, dedication, bold fast decision, not to mention many other 'dirty' tricks one has to use to climb into the highest status of corporate ladder, business-setting etc ?
    you tell me..

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    maybe...

    Not sure. I'll get back to you.

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