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    I've never had to pleasure of meeting a female ENTP.
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    Although I can often be seen as a highly confident person, the truth is that while people around me are prone to consider their insecurities as apocalittic tragedies that will never be resolved, I just tend to acknowledge my limits.
    If you question my abilities I don't hide my limits, that would be unnatural.

    The only thing that can hurt me really bad is if you question my ideas.
    That is the one thing that will actually drive me insane. I start questioning my children (read: ideas) and when I do that I become anxious, and being anxious makes me irritated, being irritated makes me crazy and when I'm like that I'd better be alone.

    But then again that is true only if people who question my ideas have an IQ higher than mine, otherwise their opinion can go down the drain.
    Oisive jeunesse
    A tout asservie,
    Par délicatesse
    J'ai perdu ma vie.
    Ah ! Que le temps vienne
    Où les coeurs s'éprennent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    I don't think moral fiber can be derived from any of the functions. Either you have it or don't. Ti and Fe allows me to evaluate them and reach conclusions based on them...but, it doesn't birth my moral fiber. That is what leads to individual differences amongst ENTPs, what kind of a person you are, at the core, a good guy, a villian, is completely outside the sphere of functions.
    I agree with the evil ENTP 100%. Character and integrity are type independent behaviors. However, you can sometimes have success in explaining the thought process that goes into justifying those values via the functions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I've never had to pleasure of meeting a female ENTP.
    *shock and disbelief*

    Surely you jest. No one should be deprived in this manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    *shock and disbelief*

    Surely you jest. No one should be deprived in this manner.
    I know! Sad isn't it? All I got is a herd of the boys (which I'm so not complaining about - lol). No girlios. I'm very deprived.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gioolia View Post
    But then again that is true only if people who question my ideas have an IQ higher than mine, otherwise their opinion can go down the drain.

    But what if you have two entps who then get stuck in a struggle of who has the higher IQ-ie right to question each other's ideas?

    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I know! Sad isn't it? All I got is a herd of the boys (which I'm so not complaining about - lol). No girlios. I'm very deprived.
    The girls are more-well-balanced?? than the boys from what I have seen IRL. Maybe like ENFP boys seem to be a little more balanced??

    Perhaps gender forces you to develop those tertiary functions a little earlier?
    I utterlky adore entp girls and find them awesome to work with. The boys are where you see the funny glance, the "little worries". They seem to be most stressed and prone to misbehaving. (Again, most are normal, but a few are deviant)

    I understand also what you said earlier-about telling them it will be okay. My worst entp seems to behave much better if I am in meetings with him. Not sure why, but he is much less defensive and more secure, knowing he has some level of support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ne-Monster View Post
    Are entps more prone to being competitive? How do I reorient them to reduce these entanglements?
    I can be pretty damn competitive with others when I care about what I am doing, but for the most part, I just compete against myself.

    You can't reorient them and I don't see why you would even want to.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gioolia View Post
    Although I can often be seen as a highly confident person, the truth is that while people around me are prone to consider their insecurities as apocalittic tragedies that will never be resolved, I just tend to acknowledge my limits.
    If you question my abilities I don't hide my limits, that would be unnatural.
    +1

    Quote Originally Posted by Ne-Monster View Post
    But what if you have two entps who then get stuck in a struggle of who has the higher IQ-ie right to question each other's ideas?
    Let them duke it out - not your problem. And trust me, you don't want to get sucked into it, either.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ne-Monster View Post
    The girls are more-well-balanced?? than the boys from what I have seen IRL. Maybe like ENFP boys seem to be a little more balanced??

    Perhaps gender forces you to develop those tertiary functions a little earlier?
    I utterlky adore entp girls and find them awesome to work with. The boys are where you see the funny glance, the "little worries". They seem to be most stressed and prone to misbehaving. (Again, most are normal, but a few are deviant)
    Can't speak for all the chickees but I definitely was forced into submission and was not encouraged to be myself. I learned quite early on how to be polite and play nice. I also learned when I needed to use that tactic. But I honestly didn't develop my Fe until my late 20s. Up until then, it was all a façade.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ne-Monster View Post
    I understand also what you said earlier-about telling them it will be okay. My worst entp seems to behave much better if I am in meetings with him. Not sure why, but he is much less defensive and more secure, knowing he has some level of support.
    Hmmm, maybe he's just trying to sleep with you? I don't "tone it down" for anyone unless I want something from them or I am trying to get them into my inner circle, so to speak... sad but true.

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    I don't think ENTPs sleep.

    EDIT: Jenocyde definitely doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I don't think ENTPs sleep.

    EDIT: Jenocyde definitely doesn't.

    all honesty...sleep is definitely not on the top of the list when there are things to be looked at and people to screw

    i been trying to get to bed by 11 for the past month. haven't been hitting the sack till at least 1 for the past 4 months.

    makes me wonder if have a tendency for self destruction

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I don't think ENTPs sleep.

    EDIT: Jenocyde definitely doesn't.

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