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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Well, that "disgusted with MBTI stereotyping" thing lasted long. Welcome back to the club.
    It was an inside joke.

    MYOB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Well, that "disgusted with MBTI stereotyping" thing lasted long. Welcome back to the club.
    I think MBTI is amazing.

    Sure, it can be over-generalized and picked apart. Big deal. It's a good place to start.

    More often right than wrong, IMO, and that's what ultimately brought us all here, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    . I don't quite find anger in itself funny, but I see irony in many serious situations and have a laugh. I enjoy political incorrectness also.
    haha well i think i'm more on the same page there. it's not that the anger itself is funny, it's the situation. it's so easy to lose perspective when you're angry, you know? to an outsider, who has perspective, it's easy to see the other possible solutions and the complexities of the problems that are causing the anger. especially with someone i don't know or don't empathize with particularly well... also some people just have interesting mannerisms when they're angry

    Quote Originally Posted by Liesl
    It may also be helpful for you to understand that for many NFs, relationships are the masterpieces of their life, somewhat like jobs or projects are the masterpieces for other types. We prioritize intrapersonal and interpersonal knowledge pretty highly, so it's less likely that we're quickly going to dismiss a conflict and spend our time doing something else (work, play, etc).
    sooooo true

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