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    Are ENTP's spontaneous?
    If so mix things up! Pack your bags and hit the road!

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    Quote Originally Posted by findthejake View Post
    Are ENTP's spontaneous?
    If so mix things up! Pack your bags and hit the road!

    that isn't an option.... enfp children don't do well with leaving the comfort of what they know... either do entp children. The entj child would flourish though *sigh*

    that means I have 3 kids as well as a mortgage
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    Major bummer. I can't see myself ever being there, maybe someday if the right girl comes along but I'm just too mobile right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by findthejake View Post
    Major bummer. I can't see myself ever being there, maybe someday if the right girl comes along but I'm just too mobile right now.

    nice......


    I should have done that first.....
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    I don't know about the extremes. To some extent, yes, I'm extremely volatile, but I'll do my best to seem and be reasonably balanced at all times.

    Thinking back on my childhood, I remember thinking that I always did things in the extreme and had a hard time with the middle ground. I think my emotions got taken to further extremes when I was younger. Things seldom seem that important anymore, so I'll laugh my way through most things. The exception is that I'll have a few days out of every year where I'm extremely depressed for no apparant reason and suffer panic attacks, again for no obvious reason. This happens in varying degrees, but just a few days out of a year.

    The only thing that has really gotten to me in the last few years has been the weather. Really bad weather conditions will piss me off enough to make me cry in frustration and exasperation. I think it's because I can't do anything about it. Every other instance in life is something I can influence in some way or another or deal with. I know I sound like a spoiled brat with no real problems if the weather can be the greatest of my concerns and I probably am.

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    Once when I was small my parents sold our couch and when I saw them take it away I started to cry.

    Every time the furniture changed it was like a pet had died for me. This went on until I was around...8 or so.
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    if you like my avatar, it's because i took it myself! : D

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    KYAH!!!..

    Sudden influx of fellow ENFPs!!!



    Not enough time to read it all right now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    holy shit am I a feeler?
    if you like my avatar, it's because i took it myself! : D

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    Once when I was small my parents sold our couch and when I saw them take it away I started to cry.

    Every time the furniture changed it was like a pet had died for me. This went on until I was around...8 or so.
    :

    awwww niffer, i once had a stuffed horse when i was little, its leg came off and my sister gave it to the school charity, i was so sad i went and bought it back.(without the leg) and made another one.

    attatchment sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vortex View Post
    I can't do anything about it.
    and what a thorn that is vortex, having no control....
    you would think really, that enfp personality who dont like to control people, wouldnt like to control external events also. i have been guilty of succumbing to such frustration too hehe, probly because i can somethimes see things coming! AND I CANT DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT arrrrrghh...

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    so um as enfp's what do you think of this song I mean overall it's how I am..... besides I think her voice is romantically adorable.

    I think that is all I have ever wanted is for someone to take me the way I am and not try to change me. But for some reason I always seem to feel like people in my life would like me better if I were different, that they are unable to take me as I am, that as me I am too much..... *sigh*
    ~t ...in need of hugs please...
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