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    I was naturally good at reading body language. I remember that when I started to study it how weird it was. Because I would naturally intepret it logically intepretting it was pretty strange for awhile. I like when it becomes a natural extension. A hybrid of logic and training and your natural ability to read it.
    A Fox isn't sly. He just can't think any slower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    i same goes for speaking. focus on correcting mistakes permanently from your head instead of choosing "right" words.
    Learning that social interaction could be 'trained' is what led me to discovering Type. I naturally fell into it because I think I was figuring it out on my own. But with my very limited information my figuring out similarities between certain kinds of people was very ignorant. Some of the conclusions I drew were incorrect.

    Thanks for the above mentioned quote though. Its a great thought.
    A Fox isn't sly. He just can't think any slower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsune413 View Post
    Learning that social interaction could be 'trained' is what led me to discovering Type. I naturally fell into it because I think I was figuring it out on my own. But with my very limited information my figuring out similarities between certain kinds of people was very ignorant. Some of the conclusions I drew were incorrect.

    Thanks for the above mentioned quote though. Its a great thought.
    yeah, i was completely mute before i learned that.
    speaking would simply not be worth it.
    and when i leared that.. i spoke 16 hours a day.
    there should a subject in school whicjh teaches how to speak and other forms of communication, learning it all by self depends on chances of you getting the idea to learn it in the first place <.<

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    its not like i could know how enjoyable speaking can be if ive never enjoyed it.

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    I'm a big fan of body/kinesthetics and reading and making correlations to body language and the person's state and character is an obsession of mine. Gives my intuition supportive evidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    there should a subject in school whicjh teaches how to speak and other forms of communication, learning it all by self depends on chances of you getting the idea to learn it in the first place <.<
    Its called rhetoric. They stopped teaching it around the turn of the century.
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