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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    A bit weird because only two days ago I woke up and realized I don't spend alone time anymore (that I used to in order to recuperate from stressful weeks - it was my Ti wanting to figure shit out)
    That's a good thing. That alone time most likely indicated that the stresses of life had you depressed. Ti, when it gets stronger, figures shit out on the fly. Having to cogitate means that something's out of whack if you're an E

    Lets see - I worry WAAY more.
    More responsibility.

    I'm a lot more organized.
    Most likely out of necessity.

    I used to have a certain way with words that I haven't been able to use lately (in the past year).
    You're probably learning to become more efficient with your language, without even knowing it.

    I get stressed about things I wouldn`t usually care about.
    Once again, getting older and having more responsibilities.

    I`ve thought of myself as a control freak atleast 10 times this year.
    Probably because the morons won't listen to good sense.

    I feel inappropriate making certain jokes (like that was ever a problem with me).
    You're getting older - you've got a reputation to uphold now.

    I understand calculus a lot better now.
    Probably because they're wasting your time with arithmetic much less than they used to.

    I`m a lot less of an idealist and a lot more determined (practically).
    You're finally invested in something. Don't forget - ENTPs, once invested in something, pursue that objective with a single-minded focus that almost seems like madness. The small stuff isn't dragging you down, because you care.

    I use fuck a lot less.
    You're older, getting better with language, and feel more powerful, meaning that you don't have to swear to compensate for powerlessness as much. Alternatively, maybe the word's just played out with you.

    I`m a LOT less patient.
    Bull manure. ENTPs are impatient, have always been impatient, and always will be impatient, and there's no changing that. It's pretty much what defines us - we want it done NOW. Perhaps you just have more on your plate, and have less time to deal with delays, making the impatience feel more acute.

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    You seem a little crazy.
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    mbti comes from words myers briggs type indicator. test works just an indicator for deciding your type, its not even meant to give you type, just to guide you for finding your type..

    i should also mention that your type doesent change, even if you learn to be more organized. but ENTP who is good at organizing can be mistyped to ENTJ by crap tests pretty easily

    also free internet tests suck balls. if you want more accurate indication finding your type, try tests like MBTI Form M
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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    You seem a little crazy.
    What so crazy about that. Anyone can flip a P to a J if he wants to.

    I am fully aware of that relationship. I just don't give a fuck about going to J mode that is all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    What so crazy about that. Anyone can flip a P to a J if he wants to.
    changing from ENTP to ENTJ would mean giving up from Ne Ti Fe and Si and using Te Ni Se Fi instead. so i kinda say no to that, learning to be more organized doesent mean changing your functions. giving up your functions would mean total resetting of your brains
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    changing from ENTP to ENTJ would mean giving up from Ne Ti Fe and Si and using Te Ni Se Fi instead. so i kinda say no to that, learning to be more organized doesent mean changing your functions. giving up your functions would mean total resetting of your brains
    For that you'ld need to see functions tho as somekind of natural law. And in my book, they are way way far away from being that
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    For that you'ld need to see functions tho as somekind of natural law. And in my book, they are way way far away from being that
    well in my book, the science shows that different types use their brains very differently(more activity in other parts and/or different frequencies in same area).
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    Sure, but that's not enough to come to the conclusion we are all made of those 4 functions
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    For that you'ld need to see functions tho as somekind of natural law. And in my book, they are way way far away from being that
    So it's possible for me to become an ESTJ if I want to...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    So it's possible for me to become an ESTJ if I want to...?
    It depends on what you believe, in nazi Germany they believed they were the naturally elected species by God superior to everyone
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