"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
I interpreted nothing but a bitter undertone on your behalf and I didn't think it had any place on TypeC when it involved another person. I wasn't trying to be gentle with you, I gave you a little push to see how you would respond and you in turn responded just as I'd assumed you would, you got emotional, lost your cool and lashed out. I wasn't trying to antagonize you but I also wasn't going to handle you with kid gloves.
I'm not a lab rat, dude. I'm a person. You giving me a little "push" on something that I'm still sensitive about is for lack of a better term, fucked up.
I'm an emotional person, and I wouldn't trade it for a second. Its what makes me feel alive. I went through a phase where I blocked it, and that was very unhealthy for me. Occasionally, I lose my cool. In this case, I'm discovering it was more and more warranted. I didn't ask for anyone's assessment on the situation. It was an announcement, nothing more.
So basically what I'm seeing now is that you have no justification for anything that you did. You basically saw an opportunity to start a confrontation for no good reason, and did so.
For the second part of your statement, I totally disagree! This would justify most of the bad acts that have happened in the world. Think, act and think some more my friend not the other way around.
I didn't say whether they could be justified as wrong or right. I said they could be justified as "understandable". Which means that people could understand how a person could make a mistake, etc.
Thank you, Dr. Phil.
Would have shown a lot of maturity, gained a lot of respect and saved us both some keystrokes.
Know what else would have saved us some keystrokes? You leaving something that happened two weeks ago alone. Everyone else did.
Read the poem "if" by Kipling. The world will not always talk to you the way you want to be spoken to. Part of having the MBTI as a tool is understanding we all go about things differently and not taking any one of them personal. I had no ill intent or malice behind my words, I had no outcome I'd hoped for, I was just stating an observation and what my Ne told me about it.
You may have a way you desire to be confronted but it won't always go the way you want, that doesn't justify your response.
So basically, you decided to take it upon your almighty self and teach me the ways of the world? No ill content? No malice? I won't even try to quote all the things you said to me!!! It was very personal, and if it wasn't to you, then you should have never engaged in this confrontation in the first place!!! You directly insulted ME!!!! That makes it personal, and you should realize that. If you don't, then your social adeptness seriously needs a fine tuning.