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    um. i avoid conflict pretty much at all costs. on the rare occassion that i actually have an argument with someone, i'm usually the first to apologize. actually the only friend of mine that causes a lot of conflict is a sensor (ESFP.. though he could be ENFP, so idk really)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolitaryWalker View Post
    Conflicts tend to be more common among Sensors than intuitors because they often dont see the big picture and end up quibbling over minor discrepancies. NFs, being the most diplomatic tend to fair best at avoiding conflicts. They, especially INFPs, are very keenly aware of what is worth fighting for. So when they decide to fight, they fight big and stand out, and because they stand out so much, it begins to appear that by their nature they have a lot to do with conflict.
    I dont know if thats exactly true, the Sensors I know dont seek trouble the same way intuitive do with neurotic over-thinking of everything. They also seem happier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arclight View Post
    The reason I hate conflict is because it almost always gets real ugly. What does type have to do with it?



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    I avoid conflict at all costs.

    I only stand up for something or someone when I'm 100% and because I am also very indecisive this almost never happens. ALMOST.
    I live my life for the stars that shine & people say its just a waste of time- Oasis

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    Its true, I hate conflict. It is going to happen, and sometimes its necessary. I got chewed out for setting up a hydrant wrong. and then about 3 months later I had to do the same thing to someone else who set it wrong. I hated to do it but you can just walk up and be like. "umm excuse me if you could please wrap the hose the other way?". NFs, I think, see the world and know how they "should" be and interact, but most cant. and then we beat our selfs up on the inside...maybe...but what do I know
    "I put the fires out."
    "you made them worse."
    "worse...or better?"

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    I have no problem with conflict.



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    If you know that conflict is inevitable why do you avoid it so passionatly (this is to anyone who hates conflict)? You don't have to seek it, but to hold disdain for a natural process seems senseless.

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    its not really a choice, its reflexive

    you know what really gets under my skin?
    Petty conflicts, like conflicts over drinking all the milk and similar situations

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    I have no problem with conflict.



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    This.

    you know what really gets under my skin?
    Petty conflicts, like conflicts over drinking all the milk and similar situations
    Also this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    I have no problem with conflict.



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    Thank you Sytpg... I can relate

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