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    I don't really think self esteem levels are related to type.

    I do think different types base their self esteem on different things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Where on Earth??? Sciski is a rabbit, it's an easy one....
    Too easy... everything must be complex and subject to overanalysis!

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    overanalysis never yields "was that a poop joke?"

    I think NF self-esteem seems either low or high and rarely in between.
    I don't wanna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I think NF self-esteem seems either low or high and rarely in between.
    Where did you get that from, INTP? Sounds like a load of crap to me. Complete bull $#!t.






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    Quote Originally Posted by NashK View Post
    I'd say probably low. We are naturally more affected by life due to our feelings side and think very deeply into our feelings due to our intuitive side . What would you say?
    Hmm, as a kid I had exceptionally high self-esteem and then during adolescence I had somewhat low self esteem, (which I believe is relatively normal ), and as a young adult I would say that I have a reasonably high self esteem.

    I would imagine that many, if not most, ENFPs would have higher self-esteems than most.

    It takes a strong sense of self to stick up for yourself or someone else for something you believe in, in other words, although we shy away from certain things, over all, we ENFPs are not the pussy type, and courage takes confidence.
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    I have very high self esteem. I had low self esteem when I was like 10, but it's gone up from there, with only a few blips in the road since. In grade 8, a girl went around my class asking who the other kids thought had the highest self esteem. Everyone said I did

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Where on Earth??? Sciski is a rabbit, it's an easy one....
    What? It's a chinchilla eating one of my coworkers!

    However, I disapprove in rabbit-like fashion! :x

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    Self esteem bases from your childhood more than anything else. I dont think personality type excludes anyone from having high or low amounts, though I do think ENFPs in particular have high self esteem (or god complexes)

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    we ENFPs are not the pussy type

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    any type can have high or low self esteem. some types make it more or less obvious though
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    Connecting this sort of thing to MBTI doesn't really make any sense.

    Self-esteem is almost entirely an environmental factor.

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