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  • ISFP

    5 3.79%
  • ISFJ

    3 2.27%
  • ISTJ

    15 11.36%
  • ISTP

    13 9.85%
  • ESTJ

    7 5.30%
  • ESTP

    0 0%
  • ESFP

    2 1.52%
  • ESFJ

    0 0%
  • ENFP

    3 2.27%
  • ENTP

    7 5.30%
  • ENTJ

    8 6.06%
  • ENFJ

    2 1.52%
  • INFP

    0 0%
  • INFJ

    6 4.55%
  • INTJ

    31 23.48%
  • INTP

    30 22.73%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Statistically speaking, imaginative people tend to be more neurotic.
    Good point, über. I would be more inclined to go for an S when it comes to stability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    Good point, über. I would be more inclined to go for an S when it comes to stability.
    Maybe, but S does not see future in many cases, so that can increase level of stres, concern and paranoia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Maybe, but S does not see future in many cases so that can increase level of stres, concern and paranoia.
    I would venture to guess that the stress, concern and paranoia comes from seeing the future rather than remaining blind to what can be.

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    I think that it is time to post something that I should have posted long ago.

    This kind of analysis that is done in this thread does not mean anything if you don't take strenght of the letters into the consideration.

    I would venture to guess that the stress concern and paranoia comes from seeing the future rather than remaining blind to what can be.
    In the case that you can see future you would come across to, huge amount of darkness and abstract things so there would not be any point in being concerned.
    While S loses its nerves becuse he/she can't find parking space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
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    This kind of analysis that is done in this thread does not mean anything if you don't take strength of the letters into the consideration.
    ...
    Which is why I have been hoping BlueWing would post here.
    He'd have us all straightened out in no time!

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    I originally voted for INTJ, but then thought about functions and dynamics and changed my mind. I believe ESTJ is generally, the most emotionally stable. For instance, my mum who happens to be an ESTJ, is a nurse. Now there was this patient who was dying, and it wasn't exactly a pleasant death. I believe the woman was apparantly groaning and writhing in her bed, until she coughed up a load of black blood and died. I don't know about any other INTP, but I would draw a blank if I witnessed that. But my mum, no she was perfectly calm. Her Te taped baby Fe's bawling mouth shut, took control of the wheel and focused on tidying the body up, mopping the blood, etc. Her need for organising the scene completely shadowed the emotional stress of well, witnessing someone die rather horribly. The incident didn't even hit her until she got home, and even then she managed the stress healthily by talking about it, instead of bottling it up. After that, she went back to work the next day, as though nothing happened.

    However, I'm guessing different crisis' might provoke emotional turmoil for different types.

    EDIT: Lol, people voted for ENFP? Haha, um. no.
    Um, yeah.

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    This thread annoys the hell out of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen View Post
    This thread annoys the hell out of me.
    See? Now doesn't that release of negative emotions make you feel better?
    Um, yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dom View Post
    Change and INTPs? That isn't as smooth and easy as they let you think it is! It terrifies some of them! (all of the ones I know)
    Dude, seriously... that's incorrect. Change isn't the problem... never has been. It's competance that haunts the INTP.
    "Will I make an arse out of myself if I do this...?"

    Change is inevitable and there's nothing so exciting as a new problem to solve.... of course when people start going on about actually doing something... they're obviously not talking to me... I don't DO... that's someone else's department.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Dude, seriously... that's incorrect. Change isn't the problem... never has been. It's competance that haunts the INTP.
    "Will I make an arse out of myself if I do this...?"

    Change is inevitable and there's nothing so exciting as a new problem to solve.... of course when people start going on about actually doing something... they're obviously not talking to me... I don't DO... that's someone else's department.
    Agreed, but 'life is what happens while we're busy making plans', and so the inevitable ingress of the J element. yes?
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