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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Underestimating yourself? Type has nothing to do with ability or skill.
    One NT could be a creative innovator who achieves his wildest dreams,
    while another NT could be on welfare, drunk, sleeping on his sofa all day long.
    You missed the point entirely, and yet you managed to hijack my thread..

    Is it your reputation against mine? Or is my OP that vague?

    Nontheless you brought up an interesting point.

    So, according to your above statement, does this ring true for SJ's aswell?

    How many SJ's are on welfare, drunk and sleeping on his/her sofa all day?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    What scared me was the various members' names that immediately rose to mind when I read the last part of this sentence.
    You have alittle more then 18 thousand posts, which category are you in?

    No offence intended.

    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    +1.

    So many people here don't get this.
    You two also missed the point, but not by far..

    I thought it was wierd that aspects of me could be read about on a website, guess I got paranoid, I mean people abuse this kinda knowledge..

    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    dont shoebox yourself. come to see the possibilities of throught the theories. for the caveats associated with your type, look at how to overcome them. look at how people around you overcome their weaknesses everyday.

    underneath the type, everyone has a free will, use it
    Thanks for the reply, I suppose I was trying to work against the shoeboxing in a unhealthy way.

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    I neglected many of my natural behaviours after reading about them on the net..
    Was hard to adjust to this theory before, still is if you try to

    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I don't think underestimating yourself is an NT trait, but it could be an INT trait. I frequently get in trouble for overestimating myself.
    Hmm, thinking that ones own overestimation is overestimation is underestimation...

    Bla bla, this thread isnt going where it was entended to..
    Last edited by Kasper; 03-14-2010 at 09:44 PM. Reason: Do not fear the multi-quote function. It's there to help you.

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    Can you start over or try to say it again but in a different way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusetah View Post
    You missed the point entirely, and yet you managed to hijack my thread..
    I don't know what you're smoking pal, but there was no intent to hijack a thread. Are you always this paranoid?

    Or is my OP that vague?
    Apparently so. Try asking a direct question in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I don't know what you're smoking pal, but there was no intent to hijack a thread. Are you always this paranoid?



    Apparently so. Try asking a direct question in the future.
    Classic Jag, Classic.

    Reread my post, I just told you that you misinterpreted my OP and stated something totally irrelevant as a result. So, obviously hijacking was not intended, but it still happend

    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Can you start over or try to say it again but in a different way?
    When I made this post I had a question in my head that I couldn't relate to anything else, which means I don't sit on any synoyms for the issue per se at the moment.

    If I did, I wouldn't have to ask, but thanks for your time and the reply!

    I was hoping for input on a very poorly formed question, and the results I got were kind of expected... But sometimes unexpected things happend, in this case it diden't
    Last edited by Kasper; 03-14-2010 at 09:46 PM. Reason: Merging posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusetah View Post
    Can anyone relate to underestimating yourself, and everything that being NT comes with after determining your type?

    The "situations" Ne tends to get me into is what made me doubt myself as a intuitive type, and what it means.

    I'm a minority, so I was already pretty isolated. Being an intuitive minority is an additional isolation.

    Did I go temporarily mental? Or was additional self-reflecting in its place?
    Are you just saying you freaked out a little bit when you found your type and read the description of it and are wondering if that is a common experience? When you say doubting or underestimating yourself, do you mean doubting that you were correctly typed or doubting your ability to do things?

    When you say minority, do you mean ethnic or cultural minority, or do you mean primarily in terms of personality?

    I'm honestly just trying to understand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Are you just saying you freaked out a little bit when you found your type and read the description of it and are wondering if that is a common experience? When you say doubting or underestimating yourself, do you mean doubting that you were correctly typed or doubting your ability to do things?

    When you say minority, do you mean ethnic or cultural minority, or do you mean primarily in terms of personality?

    I'm honestly just trying to understand...
    And you are doing a better job then the rest of us, incl. myself. Underestimation was to much of a strong term, it encapsulated the whole topic, when it was barely relevant.

    I need to work on my formulating, I have never been good at giving the clarity I can see myself.

    Thanks for your time, but this thread has unfortunately gone past expiration date.

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    wow, fusetah, you need to grow some balls and stop being such a little bitch.

    people on here are trying to respond to your *poorly formed* question, and you're acting as if they've wronged you in some way.

    grow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    wow, fusetah, you need to grow some balls and stop being such a little bitch.

    people on here are trying to respond to your *poorly formed* question, and you're acting as if they've wronged you in some way.

    grow up.
    Called for.

    Now, im bowing out and formulating next question in a more effecient way

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    well, i, for one, look forward to this daring new version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    well, i, for one, look forward to this daring new version.
    agreed


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