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    being a daredevil is different from an ENFP's wanting to try different things. ISTP is the typical daredevil type. SP's in general like seek simulation and splashes of excitement, so i would think they are daredevils in general. hmmm... so that's ISTP, ESTP, ISFP and ESFP. makes sense to me, i know people from all those types and i'm sure they all like blowing stuff up and riding motorcycles etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    being a daredevil is different from an ENFP's wanting to try different things.
    Yeah, exactly. I am just curious but not really willing to explore dangerous situations.


    But she can't be SJ?

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    what has it to do with? Si/Se? In which position?

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    She doesn't sound SJ from the last sentence of the first post. And see sig.

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    Sig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    Sig?
    "Functional analysis is dead." Signature!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    Ok, she might be a sensor. But quite sure, she is a feeler. She speaks a lot about feeling down at times, feeling sad (in private, I think, not sure though how much I belong to her private zone) etc... Even though she acts funn, goofy and silly at other times. I can't see an INTP/ISTP talking like this about their mood and love's issues
    Just because she is a "Thinker", does not mean she does not have emotions. Thinkers feel and can get depressed too. The MBTI Thinker/Feeler label is only about how we make decisions. Does she feel her way through decisions or does she try to figure out if decisions make sense?

    "An ISTP who is over-stressed may exhibit rash emotional outbursts of anger, or on the other extreme may be overwhelmed by emotions and feelings which they feel compelled to share with people (often inappropriately). An ISTP who is down on themself will foray into the world of value judgments - a place which is not natural for the ISTP - and judge themself by their inability to perform some task. They will then approach the task in a grim emotional state, expecting the worst."

    Portrait of an ISTP

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    She doesn't seem to be an ISTP. Too goofy, silly at times for that. Rather extraverted I think. Or she hides it well.

    She was depressed at times because she was still in love with a friend who got married. Nothing to do with decision. At least, no decision to stop being in love with a married friend.

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    my little sister's an ISTP (i think) ad she's goofy too. it may just be my influence /

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    ESxPs are very open to trying new experiences. ENxPs are open to new ideas for change.

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