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    Naw, the key word was "seem"


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    Quote Originally Posted by unityemissions View Post
    Naw, the key word was "seem"

    That wasn't the issue.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
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    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
    Mencius (Meng-Tse), 4th century BCE

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    Well if you're not going to be specific, I win by default!!

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    No, I don't have any special powers, sorry.

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    For me, at its core it comes down to basically two things:
    1) What are people expending effort towards? Liking you, not liking you, being happy, being annoyed, being frustrated, etc? Very few people dont noticably expend energy towards goals or objectives. Most people are relatively selfish or self-centered in their goals and agendas, and even fewer can withhold their expressions of how they feel.
    2) What are people feeling an avoidance or aversion towards? When people dont like things, or want to avoid things, or want to ignore things, they usually display that somehow. Again, few people can hide their displeasure towards things.

    3) Empathy, or the ability to recognize and understand others emotional states, goes pretty far as well.

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    I see NFPs bigger strength being curosity, not the accuracy or the essence of someone. Most dont seem to get me at all. The y tend to "think" they know and they are usually way off base, atleast with me they are.
    Im out, its been fun

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    I call bs!

    Haha no really who the hell knows what your experiences have been but! The possibility remains that you have no idea what your enfp understood about you.
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    I can't "read" TPs worth a shit and I am well aware of this

    Most people I can get an emotional "read" on... I don't presume to understand every facet of another's emotion, and I don't presume to understand all that they feel or why they feel it or what they will do about it, or anything haughty like that, but I do use people's outward emotional communication (generally nonverbal, through body language and tone) to help me gauge how best to approach and respond to them.

    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_
    I see NFPs bigger strength being curosity
    I agree with this, at least for ENFPs. A great amount of this gift of getting to people's cores quickly, so to speak, is an intense interest in whatever most deeply motivates them, which for almost everyone is very strongly tied to their identity.

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    I can't "read" TPs worth a shit and I am well aware of this

    Most people I can get an emotional "read" on... I don't presume to understand every facet of another's emotion, and I don't presume to understand all that they feel or why they feel it or what they will do about it, or anything haughty like that, but I do use people's outward emotional communication (generally nonverbal, through body language and tone) to help me gauge how best to approach and respond to them.

    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_
    I see NFPs bigger strength being curosity
    I agree with this, at least for ENFPs. A great amount of this gift of getting to people's cores quickly, so to speak, is an intense interest in whatever most deeply motivates them, which for almost everyone is very strongly tied to their identity.

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    omg NFPs has superpowahz

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