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    Ask me anything, and you shall receive an answer.
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    do you get lost in make believe conversations in your head all day long?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Do you personally embrace the transformation of an imagined concept/fantasy entity into a real world object e.g. writing a novel or do you find it distasteful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    do you get lost in make believe conversations in your head all day long?
    I think everyone has a deep conversation with themselves that goes on throughout their life, regardless of their type. As for the conversations I have, I don't tend to get lost in them. If you've been engaging yourself for awhile you know how it works. Sometimes I lose sight of petty things around me, like forgetting to put a dryer sheet in the dryer or forgetting to turn off my cell phone. But I think to a certain extend everybody does those things. It's not limited to a type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    Do you personally embrace the transformation of an imagined concept/fantasy entity into a real world object e.g. writing a novel or do you find it distasteful?
    I'm not really a novelist. I used to write short scripts for an online writing competition, but other than that my writing has been pretty limited besides some non-fiction rants. I think it's easier to clarify your thoughts writing them down than saying them, however, and I'm a decent writer in that regard. Just not novels. I appreciate others that are able to do it, but I don't have the concentration for it currently.
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    Do you think that you might have been an ENFP. Before some kind of mega event happened in your life?

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    I have always been an introvert that didn't get much out of having a lot of people around. I think there have been events in my life, without getting too much into detail, that may have made me more introverted and even less extroverted, however.
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    When you encounter another INFP out in the real world do you recognize them as such pretty much immediately? Do you find that you give each other knowing looks?


    Also, do wise-looking toddlers stare at you in public places and do you find yourself engaging in a conversation with them via the eyes? Do you find that they are fascinated and excited by this, like finally an adult speaks their language and treats them as an equal?

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    What do you think about INFJs?

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    Do you ever look at your cognitive functions and think of them as a very dysfunctional family?

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