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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    ENTPs, do you have rapid mood changes? If you're in a foul/depressed mood, do you actively try and change it or do you just ride it out?
    Yes. I try to change it insofar as I am aware of it. Lately, however, I've been using that information as an anchor for introspection, to work through the emotions than try to rid them through some sort of procedure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    ENTPs, do you have rapid mood changes? If you're in a foul/depressed mood, do you actively try and change it or do you just ride it out?
    If I'm in a foul mood it usually doesn't last for long. I get flash-in-the-pan type foul moods, usually stemming from irritation or boredom. That's usually easily remedied with new stimulus or - depending on if I can get away with it - confronting the source of irritation.

    Depression is something I just ride out cause I've yet to find a good way of getting rid of it. It's a pervasive little bastard!

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    Do ENTPs project absolutely every thought or idea onto other people, so they can live that thought (or avoid that danger) themselves?

    Even if there was no possiblity of the ENTP's plan (or irrational fear) coming to pass on that other person?
    See how that could cause some worry or anxiety in that other person... that isn't warranted at all?

    Hmm? That happen to anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 404 Not Found View Post
    Do ENTPs project absolutely every thought or idea onto other people, so they can live that thought (or avoid that danger) themselves?

    Even if there was no possiblity of the ENTP's plan (or irrational fear) coming to pass on that other person?
    See how that could cause some worry or anxiety in that other person... that isn't warranted at all?

    Hmm? That happen to anyone?
    I don't quite understand the question, can you be more specific?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 404 Not Found View Post
    Do ENTPs project absolutely every thought or idea onto other people, so they can live that thought (or avoid that danger) themselves?

    Even if there was no possiblity of the ENTP's plan (or irrational fear) coming to pass on that other person?
    See how that could cause some worry or anxiety in that other person... that isn't warranted at all?

    Hmm? That happen to anyone?
    ENTPs should learn that their projecting can cause anxiety or worry in the other person, which then is of course not warranted at all. Projecting every idea one does most of the time, still their's a good taste you should have with your ideas. If you constantly project issues into your relationship like your partner could be cheating on you, it's a matter of trust and the entp not being able to feel it. If its the partners mistake or the entps is both possible, for sure you'ld need to work that out, it's not in the intention of the inventor.
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    cheating? That isn't what I meant at all. Maybe it's what you meant.

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    Well then you have to invest some time and explain yourself better. Cheating was the first word that came to mind cause english is not my first language and I dont have a wide repertoire of words which describe what partners can suspect each others of or be jealous about.

    For startes dont insinuate something to someone out of some really bad stereotype. You'ld get the cold shoulder quite quickly for being dumb especially with entps
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    what are the common problems you experience with being an ENTP? you forget things alot? do people misunderstand you in communication? do they think you are wishy washy? are you seen as people who can`t take anything serious or not reliable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight View Post
    what are the common problems you experience with being an ENTP? you forget things alot? do people misunderstand you in communication? do they think you are wishy washy? are you seen as people who can`t take anything serious or not reliable?
    Well if you put it THAT way then maybe they're problems.

    I'd say mostly my problems have to do with my inner world - how dark it can get without any warning. And sometimes taking things so un-seriously that I lose touch with how important reality is....alienating myself from my friends and everyday experiences cause I view it all as some big comedy...not finding meaning in anything.

    Or maybe these are just "me" things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight View Post
    what are the common problems you experience with being an ENTP? you forget things alot? do people misunderstand you in communication? do they think you are wishy washy? are you seen as people who can`t take anything serious or not reliable?
    I have an excellent memory. I'm quite good at understanding other people and making myself clear. I am very determined and strong minded and I usually do the right thing. So at the very least, those are not my problems.

    May I ask why you are interrested in our problems?
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