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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    Maybe this also explains why I'm afraid of working with my hands.
    it wouldn't have anything to do with that lol. i know a lot of (and i hate this notation) XNXPs that dont like working with their hands. personally, i love working on cars so everyone is different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    it wouldn't have anything to do with that lol. i know a lot of (and i hate this notation) XNXPs that dont like working with their hands. personally, i love working on cars so everyone is different.
    I know several ENFPs who also love working with their hands. I'd bet that having Ne three steps above Si helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    it wouldn't have anything to do with that lol. i know a lot of (and i hate this notation) XNXPs that dont like working with their hands. personally, i love working on cars so everyone is different.
    Me too. Working with my hands is very cathartic for me. Actually, for my twin sister Pink, too. She was a mechanic for years. Working on cars is therapeutic. Well, as long as I don't have to lay under one for weeks on end. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    I know several ENFPs who also love working with their hands. I'd bet that having Ne three steps above Si helps.
    that depends on E vs I, the orientation shifts between the two

    I just like doing it as a form of escapism. also Si is an unconscious process for me (shadow function) so i doubt it is that. I'm pretty sure it's just that i like creating and rebuilding systems which can be a very ENFP thing. ENTP even more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    that depends on E vs I, the orientation shifts between the two

    I just like doing it as a form of escapism. also Si is an unconscious process for me (shadow function) so i doubt it is that. I'm pretty sure it's just that i like creating and rebuilding systems which can be a very ENFP thing. ENTP even more.
    That's the possibility that I was hinting at, yes.

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    ahh ok, well an orientation shift makes quite a difference.
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    That sounds like me. Most of the time.

    Though sometimes I like the a song so much that I refrain from listening to it too much in case I get tired of it. But usually I do end up listening to it over and over again.

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    i think the music looses its emotional kick if i listen to it over and over again. then ill usually forget about a song and hear it again after a long time. then it's like ive never heard it before
    "Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress. "

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    I personally find that if i dont lsn to music, i cant think/ function lol
    so its much more to me than just enjoying it, its part of how i work lol, many of my friends find it weird how i can read + work with music on all the time , but i duno, i jst can!!! and about the whole gettin bored of songs, it all depends on my mood, i actually have playlists labled by different moods, so all in all each song gets its turn, and that way i could lsn to a song 100 times and if im in the mood for it i wouldnt mind, i lsned to 'violet hill' - Coldplay 100 times maybe loolz...anywways thats jst me=)...
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    Heh, I do that all the time. Now I have fallen in love with the good old Bach's Toccata and Fugue and Rachmaninov's Prelude.

    I'm generally a very musical person and obviously a musical thinker. For example, I learn almost everything using rhythms and melodies. I'm also totally into the theory of music, lol.

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