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    Wow, this thread is a lot longer than I thought it would be.

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    I just wanted to publicly acknowledge that I've become less well-adjusted over the past year.
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    The name of the thread should be well adjusted INTPs. Take the guys part out. Because some of us INTPs are female and well adjusted.

    Yeah, I'm in a nitpicky mood today.
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    IME, the INTP ladies are for more adjusted than the men.

    We're complete weirdos, and mostly neurotic messes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    The name of the thread should be well adjusted INTPs. Take the guys part out. Because some of us INTPs are female and well adjusted.

    Yeah, I'm in a nitpicky mood today.
    Well, I'll be nitpicky back -- if the thread title came first, it's not its fault if a bunch of INTP women decided to talk about themselves in here instead.

    (Then again, damn... that's my fault and now I guess I should split it all out! Uh, can I just forgive us and move on?)

    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    IME, the INTP ladies are for more adjusted than the men.
    Why is that, considering that INTP women seem to have more leverage on them to conform to social standards?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post


    Why is that, considering that INTP women seem to have more leverage on them to conform to social standards?
    For some reason, the women have an easier time being oppositional, while the men feel buried and helpess against that same social standard.

    I really don't know why it is either.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    For some reason, the women have an easier time being oppositional, while the men feel buried and helpess against that same social standard.
    Whut???

    I really don't know why it is either.
    I see. Whew. I thought my brain was firing at half-speed for a minute there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Whut???



    I see. Whew. I thought my brain was firing at half-speed for a minute there.
    Maybe I should have said, "the women seem to be more naturally oppositional" instead of having an easier time being so. It wasn't meant to imply the women have an easier time in general, I do think it's worse for them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Maybe I should have said, "the women seem to be more naturally oppositional" instead of having an easier time being so.
    That's the part I don't get.

    Or are you saying (coming from the other end of things) that the guys seem to be more passive/easy-going and just flex to whatever comes their way, even if they are not happy about it inside, and might feel powerless to change their lives?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    That's the part I don't get.

    Or are you saying (coming from the other end of things) that the guys seem to be more passive/easy-going and just flex to whatever comes their way, even if they are not happy about it inside, and might feel powerless to change their lives?
    Absolutely not, to the bolded. They're antsy, mopey, self-defeatist, insecure, and crippled by self doubt since they believe they have to be initiators socially and they don't think they can do it. I don't see this as much in the women.



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