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    Quote Originally Posted by niki View Post
    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..
    Could be (type) segregation. Next thing you know they'll be asking you to go to the back of the bus. In a polite kinda way.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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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.
    Ok, wow, now this is totally not like me at all! I'm indecisive with BIG LIFE CHANGING DECISIONS. The little ones I make instantly. Especially at things like buffets and etc. In fact, I'm very decisive at buffets. I go for exactly what I want and leave the rest. It's when I'm faced with a huge decision I become immobilized.

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    My boyfriend's an INFP and trying to decide where to eat with him makes me go mad with frustration. I surely CANNOT leave the decision to him because he won't make it.

    I swear INFP really stands for "is not f*ckin' picking."
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    My boyfriend's an INFP and trying to decide where to eat with him makes me go mad with frustration. I surely CANNOT leave the decision to him because he won't make it.

    I swear INFP really stands for "is not f*ckin' picking."
    haha... love that last line. Too cute!

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    Only one thing can be sure, and it is that I will always decide to do the opposite of what I've already decided to do. Well, maybe not always. Usually is probably more like it..
    hehe!
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    I'm not an xNFP but I'm sure as heck can be indecisive as one! Heck, I'm not even sure if I'm really ISFP. lols. :/

    I still haven't figured my major for college and it can take me up to 30 minutes deciding what I'd like to snack on at a corner store. It can get really ridiculous at times. Haha. I usually don't like making decisions... like where to eat and stuff when people ask me. They usually have to pick since I'm always "uhmming" at them.

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    Yes ... No ... Maybe ...

    I can be indecisive but am much better now that I mentally place myself in a place of plenty not scarcity. Basically it is OKAY if my decision is not the"right" one or"perfect". It doesn't have to be and I will get by. Also I am more secure in myself and don't worry as much about disappointing or being pressures by others. Altogether it's much easier to make decisions now.

    but yeah I can be indecisive takes me freaking forever to make up my mind and feel "okay" with my decision
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    When it comes to what my tummy craves, I'm not indecisive.. not unless if the menu has lotsa good stuff I wanna try.. then I salivate at everything, specially b4 dat time of d month? yum yum

    Buffets are probably FP's delight!

    In all seriousness, I think it really depends?

    I mostly get indecisive in terms of career, that and buyer's remorse. I will keep the tag on my items forever like no other, sit, ponder, and question whether or not I should return it bc I feel guilty every time I buy somethin new.. not unless I'm totally in with it.

    Even when responding to posts on this forum, I am pretty indecisive. I post. Then delete. Then post, then maybe.. yah, I know how it feels! (()) ;D

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    I give myself as much time as possible to make the stupid little decisions.. although I've got a good grasp of what I want, there's no point in closing the menu before the waiter arrives

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    not necessarily

    EDIT:

    i suppose you could as are XNFJs decisive by nature? and some of the most indecisive people ive ever met have been XNFJs.

    i dont think its actually making the decision. its more that one seeks closure (J) and one doesn't (P) but that doesn't mean one is better or more decisive then the other.
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