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    I understand about feeling like aspects of both seem to fit you.
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    Good riddance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    I myself think that you can change your type. I don't really understand the differences in S/N; and I'm still trying to explore more on these two sides. That's why I'm flipping to one side or the other.

    There are just aspects that fit me, and some that don't. And because of this, it is hard to just fall into a SINGLE category. That's why I switch between. I might even switch to something else later. Right now, I feel Ne describes me better.

    And I believe you can change your type. Humans always change. As we gain more experience/knowledge, our trail of thinking will change. Even though it might be small or unnoticeable.
    Ming, humans always do change. I agree with you completely. Type is about a pattern of behavior. It's about habit. Which cognitive processes does one naturally feel more comfortable using? Which ones we use may change, but our starting point is hardwired, according to the theory. And this rings true to me. For example, there is a HUGE difference between an ENTJ and an INFP trying to act like an ENTJ. It requires an immense amount of mental energy to not be in your resting (read natural / hardwired) state.

    By the way, I feel confident after your last post that you're an ENFP. Seeing every possible side of a situation is soooooo ENFP.

    And one of the salient characteristics of being an ENFP is that you can tailor your approach to the needs of those around you. In other words, I can present one way with some people and another with a different group.

    So I challenge you to take some time and observe yourself. Observe the underlying patterns of your behavior. Do you seek intense and meaningful emotional connections with other people? Can you spend hours talking about theory and analyzing things with certain of your friends? Then you're an ENFP baby! Enjoy the ride.

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    Well, just feeling like people don't "fit" into a mold doesn't rule out ESFP either. I've had enough discussions with an ESFP about it to know that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurel View Post
    Well, just feeling like people don't "fit" into a mold doesn't rule out ESFP either. I've had enough discussions with an ESFP about it to know that.
    yeah you said your mom and sister are both esfp's right? you can probably point out the differences pretty well.
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    there goes another one...

    this forum probably has like 1 esfp
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    You'll go back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    You'll go back
    Is it that bad?

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    Ming, what do you live for? I mean, really, what keeps you getting up in the morning? What makes you the happiest?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    Is it that bad?
    Nope, not in the least

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