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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    Neither =( very appreciative, actually....



    it seems everyone always takes what i say the wrong way. i wonder what's wrong with me. read my wall posts, people are always.... idk. i suck i guess.









    what i mean was that there is more detail that would put my perspective into a favorable light, such as when i was pursuing sexual encounters with these females i had no intent of hurting them. i just grew... bored. and moved on. but they didn't. so to this day i feel guilty for it. but i didn't feel like going into depth. yet you still understood, without me telling, so it felt awesome.

    i guess i just come across in a very sarcastic manner. i really don't know.
    Ok. No worries. I'm not good at getting tone from NT's on here. One could read it a number of ways which is why I ask.

    About your post: Always dilute the details of a relationship in the aftermath. They really are built to converge into simple terms. You either like them enough or you don't. People get hung up on the 'enough' part and the guilt settles there but it's all or nothing each time you date. No guilt for reaching a conclusion faster than the other person. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Ok. No worries. I'm not good at getting tone from NT's on here. One could read it a number of ways which is why I ask.

    About your post: Always dilute the details of a relationship in the aftermath. They really are built to converge into simple terms. You either like them enough or you don't. People get hung up on the 'enough' part and the guilt settles there but it's all or nothing each time you date. No guilt for reaching a conclusion faster than the other person. Lol.

    i'm gonna change my sig to, "always assume the best!" lol.

    lol, too funny, that last sentence. yeah. another thing i need to learn to do is not stay friends with ex's. i haven't really had enough to constitute that deep of thinking, but i feel it would be for the better.

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    I think this stuff might be related more (or just as much) to inner perception than Fi. "Do I see myself with this person?" That sort of thing. Those moments when you're hanging out and suddenly see yourself from the outside.. if you don't recognize who you are in that picture, it's time to get out. Maybe the best type of relationship is one where you still recognize yourself.

    I need to elaborate on this, but I probably won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    lol, too funny, that last sentence. yeah. another thing i need to learn to do is not stay friends with ex's. i haven't really had enough to constitute that deep of thinking, but i feel it would be for the better.
    I would agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craic View Post
    I would agree.


    What were you gonna change your sig to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Just as a word of caution - that article seems to confuse Fi with the emotions themselves. Emotions are on a different, more primal layer, and the cognitive functions of Fi and Ti only come into play when we try to evaluate those emotions.

    Consider emotions as the forest. Fi is in the middle of the forest, and can tell you minute details about the color and texture of the bark, and become hypnotized by how the leaves sway in the wind. But... it can lose perspective of the forest. Ti is outside and above the forest, and sees the forest much more clearly, but struggles with seeing the individual trees.
    I love your analogy! While the article was hilarious, I was struggling with this exact same point.

    All human beings have emotions. When the author wrote about experiencing Fi via Ti, I understand it to mean he finally got access to the raw emotions that Ti-users are so good at neglecting and ignoring (in order to maximize Ti). It doesn't necessarily mean he has Fi, except in the sense that Fi is composed of and experienced through emotions.

    I've had a similar experience though and can empathize. For a while I too, thought I had access to both Ti and Fi and what a special snowflake that made me..!! Since then, I've realized it simply meant I was very alienated from my own feelings, and experienced their manifestation like some weird obtrusion from the 5th dimension.

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    That guy is hilarious. I wonder how long before he goes back to fucking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    I think this stuff might be related more (or just as much) to inner perception than Fi. "Do I see myself with this person?" That sort of thing. Those moments when you're hanging out and suddenly see yourself from the outside.. if you don't recognize who you are in that picture, it's time to get out. Maybe the best type of relationship is one where you still recognize yourself.

    I need to elaborate on this, but I probably won't.
    no need to elaborate. it makes sense to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    Neither =( very appreciative, actually....

    it seems everyone always takes what i say the wrong way. i wonder what's wrong with me. read my wall posts, people are always.... idk. i suck i guess.
    it happened to me too for a while. id bet it was the panda avatar.
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    I don't know about anything else, but the article lumping all S types together kind of rubbed me the wrong way. Big difference in an ESFP and an ISTJ, for example. I guarantee most ISTJs aren't particularly good at "catching" the opposite sex. Big difference in Se and Si, and in extraversion and introversion in general, and of course thinking and feeling.

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    After all, Fi is great. It’s the gooey source of real feelings, rather than polite obligations.
    lold, this guy doesent know what Fi is, he is clearly confusing F function with emotions/affects, typical rookie mistake. then he even claims that they are the source of Fi, which is just ludicrous. also ENTPs have their F attitude extraverted, not introverted, meaning that they use Fe, not Fi.
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