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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    This is true of the INFJ's I know.
    -You tend to ignore the facts of the situation and always go with your intuition- EVEN if 'foolish reason' gets in the way.
    Example, please?
    All I'm thinking now is that you can't make a pie without the ingredients.
    Salt doesn't cover for sugar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gloomy-optimist View Post
    I'm a twin, though, and have had many times in my life where I've had to ignore noise to sleep, so it's easier now.
    Haha thats the most annoying part! I used to hear my twin brother fall asleep...and now i lie, trying to fall asleep, and hear my roommate at college start to snore lightly. Im guessing Ill be doing that with my signif other too.

    yea those dreams you have when you're half conscious are great!

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    80 pages and still going strong. Looks like we will make the magic 100!
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    "A wizard is never late. Nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to." - Gandalf The Grey

    And if I only could,
    I'd make a deal with God,
    And I'd get him to swap our places,
    Be running up that road,
    Be running up that hill,
    With no problems.

    - Kate Bush

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollanaut View Post
    80 pages and still going strong. Looks like we will make the magic 100!
    We're on page 8.

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    You must have your settings set to show more posts on a page than I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoryOfMyLife View Post



    All of the above. Case in point: when I was fairly young, I had this odd dream that the Power Rangers [yes...i was an avid fan lol] were in trouble and Zordon teleported me to the command center. I became the new 'black ranger' [and i'm a girl o.O] and was sent to save them. In my dream, i became overwhelmed by the attacks of the Putty Patrol...and saw this strange 'to be continued...' before waking up.
    When I was 5 there were several times I woke up in the middle of a nightmare and when I fell back asleep it started again- right where I last left it.

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    When I was learning a foreign language I knew what a person was saying to me and could carry on a conversation outside of class. However, I couldn't pick out the words the person said, so obviously I didn't know what the singular words meant. (There was a delay of a few seconds after they spoke before I knew what they said.) I wonder if this an INFJ process for learning languages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    When I was learning a foreign language I knew what a person was saying to me and could carry on a conversation outside of class. However, I couldn't pick out the words the person said, so obviously I didn't know what the singular words meant. (There was a delay of a few seconds after they spoke before I knew what they said.) I wonder if this an INFJ process for learning languages.
    You're not alone. I face this problem all the time when trying to learn other languages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    When I was learning a foreign language I knew what a person was saying to me and could carry on a conversation outside of class. However, I couldn't pick out the words the person said, so obviously I didn't know what the singular words meant. (There was a delay of a few seconds after they spoke before I knew what they said.) I wonder if this an INFJ process for learning languages.
    I've had more than one teacher wondering about my hearing comprehension in learning a language. And I can relate to just knowing what the other person is saying. Even if I shoudn't because of my actual skill level being lower.
    But then again, I learn by listening.

    What type or learners are you? Visual, kinesthetic, auditory etc..?

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