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    Why are people starting so many threads about ENTPs these days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    Why are people starting so many threads about ENTPs these days?
    Because we are the greatest type ever and the masses are finally realizing it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Because we are the greatest type ever and the masses are finally realizing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    Why are people starting so many threads about ENTPs these days?
    I think it's something in the water, because I don't know if you've noticed yet but ENTPs are everywhere right now.

    Just give it some time, the majority will lose interest in this place and then we'll go back to our regular ENTP thread-less forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegorystory View Post
    I think it's something in the water, because I don't know if you've noticed yet but ENTPs are everywhere right now.

    Just give it some time, the majority will lose interest in this place and then we'll go back to our regular ENTP thread-less forum.
    i am actually used to specific-type sub-forums,.. i am generally happy that isn't the case here actually, i find that it leads to way too many people masturbating to their own tendencies and "looking for feedback" form people who they would expect to think alike on the matters of the feedback. too much mutual reinforcement masquarading as advice of other people's opinions when people are actually grouping towards people who they expect will tell them their initial stance would be right int he first place. ofcourse it doesn't always turn out that way but you notice the formulated expectation.

    but the one thing specialized typo sub-forums are better for is collecting data. about a type..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    Why are people starting so many threads about ENTPs these days?
    It's not that as much as it is the other types aren't keeping up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    i am actually used to specific-type sub-forums,.. i am generally happy that isn't the case here actually, i find that it leads to way too many people masturbating to their own tendencies and "looking for feedback" form people who they would expect to think alike on the matters of the feedback. too much mutual reinforcement masquarading as advice of other people's opinions when people are actually grouping towards people who they expect will tell them their initial stance would be right int he first place. ofcourse it doesn't always turn out that way but you notice the formulated expectation.

    but the one thing specialized typo sub-forums are better for is collecting data. about a type..
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    When I realize my dreams were as easy to attain as I thought they could, which was around mid high school years. You have to go through much suffering, risk and pain to achieve what you want to do. I mean I have alot of delusions of grandeur when I was a kid, and I thought I would just somehow get there magically. As I mature, I realize the world has a way of punishing people who follow their dreams and refuse to follow the norm.

    Its like what when someone ask you what do you want to be when you grow up, and you dream of all these wonderful things you could do. Then when you really mature and see the world, you realize they were just empty dreams and getting there is not so easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    When I realize my dreams were as easy to attain as I thought they could, which was around mid high school years. You have to go through much suffering, risk and pain to achieve what you want to do. I mean I have alot of delusions of grandeur when I was a kid, and I thought I would just somehow get there magically. As I mature, I realize the world has a way of punishing people who follow their dreams and refuse to follow the norm.

    Its like what when someone ask you what do you want to be when you grow up, and you dream of all these wonderful things you could do. Then when you really mature and see the world, you realize they were just empty dreams and getting there is not so easy.
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4X2AvfSTi6Q"]so basically your saying[/YOUTUBE]

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    I think 16. I was listening to a lot of Radiohead at the time. Not sure it was entirely existential; I think it stemmed from anxiety in school, which I had always had, but when I reached that age I was intellectually mature enough to hit existentialism. I was a Christian, but I felt like I'd failed at that and I felt that everything else I tried to do would be ultimately pointless. It was also when I started to majorly question my beliefs (although I had done this before to an extent). I felt that I would die and have accomplished nothing of importance, and that maybe God wasn't real and nothing mattered. It was also my first spell of serious suicidal contemplation.

    I still get existential angst from time to time, but most of my problems are more about perceived failure or fear of failure at this point (which is what they were before, too, I just focused them more on existentialism).

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhapsody View Post
    b) realizing she was living for everyone around her but not for herself.
    In some ways, I think the opposite can happen; that you realize that you're just living to please yourself and can be detrimental to others. At the same time, I see what you mean. The biggest crisis of my life happened when I left my parents for the first time and I realized how little I cared about just about anything because my parents' will was no longer my driving force. I had never noticed how much it had been. That's not to say, though, that I had been super good to my parents or anything; I was and am certainly very selfish. But I realized that I didn't have much of a personal drive for life.
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    I'm starting to see you and your avatar as a cloud of odor that eminates from trashy threads.

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