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    When I rely more on Ti than Ne I may seem more mature to observers, but when I look at myself from the perspective of a mature person I realize how naive I really am.
    That didn't really make sense.

    When you rely more on Ti you seem mature to observers, but naive to a mature person?
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    I think what he means is that when he realizes what he is doing, everything he is doing seems pointless. The worth of his Ti is questionable, and to a subjective mind, unimportant.

    A struggle of priorities, so to speak.


    All I can advice is find a balance that best fits your character. All aspects of your personality are equally as important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azseroffs View Post
    That didn't really make sense.

    When you rely more on Ti you seem mature to observers, but naive to a mature person?
    Very true, in high school a lot of people thought I was mature, but it was actually the opposite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azseroffs View Post
    That didn't really make sense.

    When you rely more on Ti you seem mature to observers, but naive to a mature person?
    Other people can't see what I'm thinking. It's only when I stop and look at myself that I realize how naive I am sometimes. Others usually see me as kind of withdrawn but more mature than others my age because I'm not doing a lot of the 'kid/college student' stuff they do and don't show my immature parts because I don't talk much.

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    Does tertiary temptation have anything to do with level of introversion/extroversion? My ENFJ roommate has out of control tertiary Se and he states the obvious and sings blaring music constantly, and I'm pretty introverted, and I lean on Si a lot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by run View Post
    Does tertiary temptation have anything to do with level of introversion/extroversion? My ENFJ roommate has out of control tertiary Se and he states the obvious and sings blaring music constantly, and I'm pretty introverted, and I lean on Si a lot...
    Well kinda by definition.

    The more you use Ne, the more extraverted. The more you use Si, the more introverted.
    The more your roommate uses Ni, the more introverted. The more your roommate uses Se, the more extraverted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Well kinda by definition.

    The more you use Ne, the more extraverted. The more you use Si, the more introverted.
    The more your roommate uses Ni, the more introverted. The more your roommate uses Se, the more extraverted.
    The more extroverted he becomes, or the more extroverted he is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by run View Post
    The more extroverted he becomes, or the more extroverted he is?
    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Ti+Si INTPs are as boring as hell and tend to build a defensive wall and use their resources to be self-protective rather than being brave and engaging the world. You need the Ne to engage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by run View Post
    But it's true! Embrace the Ne!

    BTW. You suck.

    Also, your avatar makes me yawn.

    And I bet you eat food.

    You're a blasphemic heretic.
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