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    How would an ENFP using Ti look?

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    Good question
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    combine Te and Fi and pretend its Ti

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    interestinggg, can you think of an example of how this would look?

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    I thought enfp's didnt have Ti
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    interestinggg, can you think of an example of how this would look?
    sorry but no need all enfps hating me

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    sorry but no need all enfps hating me
    Come onnnnnnn

    OK, i'll let you know what I am trying to get at.. I've been looking over Beebe's theory of using all the 8 functions and the last 4 functions being Opposing Personality, Witch, Trickster, and Demon.. I just wanted to understand what I am like when I'm in the 'Trickster' personality...

    Pretty pretty please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    Come onnnnnnn

    OK, i'll let you know what I am trying to get at.. I've been looking over Beebe's theory of using all the 8 functions and the last 4 functions being Opposing Personality, Witch, Trickster, and Demon.. I just wanted to understand what I am like when I'm in the 'Trickster' personality...

    Pretty pretty please?
    oh that sounds interesting...just what ARE you talking about?

    some enfp's have high ti...just as anyone of any type can have a strong preference for some other function. i've seen quite a few intps have high fi as well.
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    I'm an ENTP with strong Fi, I don't see why an ENFP can't have strong Ti as well.

    I'm guessing an ENFP with strong Ti would be more calm, collected and patient than the average- good Ti sort of steadies the reins of the wild Ne horses.

    I'm guessing that ENFPs with weak Ti who are forced to use it would probably be stubborn and small-minded, waving about concepts like "being unreasonable and irrational is the purest reason there is". We'd see a significant amount of false generalizations and justifications.
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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    I'm guessing that ENFPs with weak Ti who are forced to use it would probably be stubborn and small-minded, waving about concepts like "being unreasonable and irrational is the purest reason there is". We'd see a significant amount of false generalizations and justifications.
    Yeah! Say more like that!!

    I'm looking for like if an ENFP had weak Ti and was trying to use it, according to Beebe, that's what happens when an Ne depends too much on it's Ne-dom and then this 'Trickster' idea starts to happen, I want to see what I am like/how others view me when I am using Ti-- so in short, just what does it look like...

    I feel that I have a little handle on Ti, but that is what my INTP friend notices about me, but I do not notice it myself..

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