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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    Probably so. More of a "I will live life on my terms" kind than the "I'm better than you" sort.
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    I don't think I've ever thought I was "better" than anyone, but there are people I definitely do not want to waste my time on. As a mother I've learned there are few tasks "beneath" me in any real sense, regardless of how supposedly intelligent or talented I might be.

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    I think NTs & NFs and SFJ's are equally arrogant.
    NT's just are more obvious about it. (shadow Fe is not good at social situations)


    NF's and SFJs can be extremely arrogant as well. It's just a "sweeter-more socially acceptable" arrogance, built on "niceness" and "morality".
    An they only unleash it when they think they can get away with it.
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    At one point I can be very full of myself then the next I minute I would be destroying myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    At one point I can be very full of myself then the next I minute I would be destroying myself.

    It might just be the Fe and 4 wing talking here, but that just about is the same for me, too.
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    If it had a shape and form, My ego could crush a small city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    NT's are perhaps the temperament most known for their arrogance.

    Do you find certain things to be so simple and boring that you you put off doing them for a long time?

    Do you believe you are capable of doing much more than what you're current responsibilities are but do lack luster on the current "simple" responsibilities?

    If you have them, do you believe you can overcome these tendencies? If so, how?
    1. Yes, definitely. But I think a lot of people do that, right? Running errands, doing dishes, washing hair.... wait...

    2. Yeah, it's a bad habit. I may be vastly overestimating myself for all I know.

    3. Being around "doers" is helpful; they teach you how and give you the gumption to do what you need to. Similarly, NTs do well to associate with people who have emotional intelligence. "Overcoming" is impossible, but managing is feasible. The trick is not to think about it so much before doing something.

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    Yes, I'm "full of myself".

    I've also found out that when someone calls you that, it usually means that you're not doing what they want you to, and you've come up with a damn good reason not to. Since they can't/don't want to argue back on a purely logical level, they'll just criticize you hoping that you'll feel crappy enough to comply.

    It stops working after a while.

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    LOL

    One time in an argument (where I clearly won) my father, having nothing more to say or counter with said "You just think you're smarter than everyone!" :steam: And I just said "Duh"

    I think most people are full of themselves to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tewt View Post
    I think most people are full of themselves to be honest.
    Seconded well I know I am, I think it's more a matter of letting it show...
    Throughout most of my school life I was sitting in class and couldn't be bothered to switch my brain on and make an attempt to solve any given problem, but now I come to think of it this might have more to do with me being lazy than with me being arrogant...meh..probably both.
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    Are you "full of yourself?"
    Yes!
    So full of myself that I spash all over the place if I don't watch my step.
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