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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Do you feel calorically guilty for eating rich foods, or do you genuinely think it tastes gross?
    I'm skinny as fuck, so "caloric guilt" would probably have nothing to do with it. Downing a double quarter pounder with cheese is great but I feel like shit afterwards (who wouldn't).

    No, it's just that it feels like it takes up too much of my mouth. It's excessive. I eat chocolate ice cream, chocolate milk, cake. Bars, nope.

    Although I like the idea.

    Maybe meditate to make anxiety more manageable?

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    Also, massive alcohol dosages. :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth Almighty View Post
    Also, massive alcohol dosages. :p
    That should do it. I act like an ESFP when drunk.
    You lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth Almighty View Post
    I'm skinny as fuck, so "caloric guilt" would probably have nothing to do with it. Downing a double quarter pounder with cheese is great but I feel like shit afterwards (who wouldn't).

    No, it's just that it feels like it takes up too much of my mouth. It's excessive. I eat chocolate ice cream, chocolate milk, cake. Bars, nope.

    Although I like the idea.

    Maybe meditate to make anxiety more manageable?
    Lies! Quarter Pounders have all the food groups represented. :P

    And actually, I think there's a certain kind of yoga that's been proven to boost dopamine levels as well. A one-two punch.

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    That should do it. I act like an ESFP when drunk.
    Everyone acts like an ESFP when they're drunk.

    Except for real ESFPs. They act like ENFJs.
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    Hehe
    You lose.

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    Shame I came to that conclusion using Ti T_T

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    I was under the impression that introverts are more sensitive to outside stimuli, and therefore require far less to be satisfied/saturated. Extraverts are less sensitive, and therefore require larger "doses" to experience the same effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I was under the impression that introverts are more sensitive to outside stimuli, and therefore require far less to be satisfied/saturated. Extraverts are less sensitive, and therefore require larger "doses" to experience the same effect.
    But could we affect that threshold? The brain is so very, very plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I was under the impression that introverts are more sensitive to outside stimuli, and therefore require far less to be satisfied/saturated. Extraverts are less sensitive, and therefore require larger "doses" to experience the same effect.
    You're only half right.

    Extroverts are the ones who are more sensitive to outside stimuli.

    The thresholds are correct though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Zhang View Post
    You're only half right.

    Extroverts are the ones who are more sensitive to outside stimuli.

    The thresholds are correct though.
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    Something about this tells me working-memory training is a good step in the right direction. Happiness, Optimism, Self-Assurance -- Big Five says these are correlated with extroversion.

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