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    Senior Member gretch's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    It's almost never so obvious an answer.
    Agreed.
    Has anyone been able to pinpoint what sorts of insecurities? I think this is true of me.
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    I think I have one, I can not talk in front of people, I have to give a presentation and it's complete. Yet I'm thinking of skipping class I'm so terrified. I don't know of what, and when I try to bring this up people are like don't be. Which makes it worse ugh! I really can't get in front of people without freaking out, I can't relax.

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    are you sure you're enfp? I go out of my way to be center attention sometimes!

    No issues here apart from the occasional muscle spasms... those are the worst! Nothing mentally that I know of anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by findthejake View Post
    are you sure you're enfp? I go out of my way to be center attention sometimes!

    No issues here apart from the occasional muscle spasms... those are the worst! Nothing mentally that I know of anyway!
    I've always thought so... I guess there is a chance I could be an I, but I'm really uncertain about it. I've always felt that E fit me 'better', but I like to approach society from the side if that makes sense. The way I gain my energy is by being in a crowd of people who don't know I'm really there. Like an amusement park, or a coffee shop or somewhere like that.

    I'm going to chase the theory that it may be insecurities.
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    I've always thought of you ENFPs as being wild and crazy. But the more I meet more of you ENFPs, you remind me of perpetual preteen girls who are incredibly paranoid and anxious about things. I thought you guys were confident types too until I really get to know you and see how fragile you are. I don't know but there's a big place in my heart that protects fragile types like furry animals and stuff. Like if someone kicked my dog, I smash out his car windows and I fire my gun into their family house as a returned favor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yomama99 View Post
    I've always thought of you ENFPs as being wild and crazy. But the more I meet more of you ENFPs, you remind me of perpetual preteen girls who are incredibly paranoid and anxious about things. I thought you guys were confident types too until I really get to know you and see how fragile you are. I don't know but there's a big place in my heart that protects fragile types like furry animals and stuff. Like if someone kicked my dog, I smash out his car windows and I fire my gun into their family house as a returned favor.
    Aww, man!

    Most people get to grow out of that awkward stage, but we have the unique talent of getting STUCK.
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