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    Default Are INFJs studying ENxPs because they want ...

    ... to be in "the moment" through Ne?

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    I guess it depends on this question: Is Se or Ne more "Random"?

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    it's all.. starting.. to come back to me..


    really though Ne isn't in the present, it isn't in any particular time, its just...
    ...well, it's what isn't, so you put it in the one place you don't know yet that it isn't...

    and @Istbkleta - why do you think they are into ENxPs? or NPs in general for that matter? where did you get that impression? is that just the personality page thing?

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    Yeah, really, that's news to me.
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    I can't remember studying ENXPs.

    If I did, it would be because I had a friend or family member of one of those types that I was trying to figure out how to get along better with or something along those lines. I don't have any of those that I know of right now.

    I consider my forward-focused perspective to be a feature rather than a bug most of the time and if I was trying to fix it, I'd study the SPs rather than the NPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    Yeah, really, that's news to me.
    Coming from an ENTP, that's high praise.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
    Coming from an ENTP, that's high praise.
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    well, they do have that observer strik (at least quite a few).. but i am pretty sure they'll do it to anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    I can't remember studying ENXPs.
    Me neither.

    I tend to want to study types that feel more 'foreign', like Fi-doms and Se doms. Ne doms are undestandable to a certain extent already
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21% View Post
    Me neither.

    I tend to want to study types that feel more 'foreign', like Fi-doms and Se doms. Ne doms are undestandable to a certain extent already
    Exactly. Play with them, yes. Study them, probably not.
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