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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    I'm actually still working on that too. At first, I tried to contact my old friends and acquaintances, but that was a bad idea, because we all changed so much we were extremely estranged from each other. I tried getting back to the way it was, but then I realized that would never work. So instead I'm trying to meet new people. Going on vacations, getting new jobs, starting new hobbies, etc. Those are all opportunities were you can meet new people. And of course you can try to have a lot of fun with them. Trying to get online friends doesn't really work, though. Tried that, it's really a bad idea. The best way is getting to know people through hobbies.
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    At first I thought about asking you something dirty in an effort to shred myself of, and rebel against, the wholesome naive INFP image, but in the end not wanting to appear vulgar I decided not to, woefully re-enforcing the stereotype.

    *sigh*

    INFPin' ain't easy.

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    I'm intrigued... the list you made in the first post, it all applies to me (except i'm an INFP male and i don't have ADD).

    The questions that immediately came to mind have already been answered, but i came up with something:

    Is the extraversion something you cultivated in order to build up a new social circle after having lived in isolation and depression, or has it always been a fundamental part of you? Or rather: did you become more extraverted as you got over your troubles?
    ik sprokkel wat dagen, drop baggage,
    soms heb ik geen zin om die koffers te dragen,
    ik laat los, los het op, word onzichtbaar
    en geef de buitenlucht wat ruimte terug
    dus.. nu zit ik op m'n fiets alsof het niets is,
    maar niets kan toch niet uit zichzelf pedalen laten draaien?

    ~ Typhoon

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    I don't have a question right now but I wanted to let you know I'm reading.
    Murphy Brown: What is it with us? Why can't we take the easy road once in awhile?
    Avery Brown: Because it's boring and dishonest and uncomfortable, like wearing a pair of shoes all day that pinch your feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRMC117 View Post
    my parents had a bad marriage, its funny, I never really noticed it until the day they told they were getting a divorce. Could you tell your parents had a bad marriage while you where growing up or did it take a while?
    They've been fighting all of my life. When I was four years old and I went to bed, my parents started fighting immediately. So I knew that there was something going on. When I was about five years old my father also started yelling at me and mighting with me, so I thought for a while that that was just the way things went. I kept the illusion that everything was all right for quite a few years. When I was 13 my mother wanted to get a divorce, but my dad forced me to blackmail her so that she wouldn't divorce him after all. Still regret that.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cephalonimbus View Post
    I'm intrigued... the list you made in the first post, it all applies to me (except i'm an INFP male and i don't have ADD).

    The questions that immediately came to mind have already been answered, but i came up with something:

    Is the extraversion something you cultivated in order to build up a new social circle after having lived in isolation and depression, or has it always been a fundamental part of you? Or rather: did you become more extraverted as you got over your troubles?
    I've always been an extravert, but I had to hide it for a very long time. I even though I was an INFP for a while, but my Ne is way too strong for that. I didn't fit in at all, I was even hated, I wasn't allowed to phone my friends or mail them or talk to them on MSN because of my dad's weird way of thinking. Instead I learned myself to behave like an I, but the extraversion is still something fundamental in me. I love crowds, I love getting attention and I hate being all by myself. So the isolation was absolute torture and it also made me behave more introvertedly, which is totally unnatural to me.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    Aww man, that sucks... I know from personal experience that isolation can be hell, but to have it imposed on you like that when you're really a people person must have been so frustrating.

    Well, i'm glad you managed to overcome your obstacles. You don't seem bitter or resentful and i must say i respect that. You must be one tough cookie
    ik sprokkel wat dagen, drop baggage,
    soms heb ik geen zin om die koffers te dragen,
    ik laat los, los het op, word onzichtbaar
    en geef de buitenlucht wat ruimte terug
    dus.. nu zit ik op m'n fiets alsof het niets is,
    maar niets kan toch niet uit zichzelf pedalen laten draaien?

    ~ Typhoon

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    I guess I am.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    I don't really know the campings in the Netherlands, but I'm quite sure there are camping areas near Amsterdam. I'm not from Amsterdam myself, but Dutch people are such camping freaks there must be at least one camping in or around Amsterdam. I'd try searching on Google maps. Trains in the Netherlands usually travel from 5 AM to midnight, I believe. Maybe it's different in Amsterdam.
    Oki thanks.

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    Huh?
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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