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    I have to honest about this. NF "meaning" can be a LITTLE annoying to us if dished out in big doses, no offense whatsoever. Lay off on that for a start. It can seem really contrived to an S, I think.

    Also, no grudge-holding... you have to get over your anger like that *snaps*.

    Umm... what else? Hang out a lot with an ISFP to figure it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post

    Also, no grudge-holding... you have to get over your anger like that *snaps*.
    Well he is an enfp, so getting over grudges pretty damn quickly should be easy since enfp's rarely hold long term grudges. Even infp's don't, I swear within minutes of letting it out, I am done arguing and ready to forgive forget and move on, most enfp's I know seem to be the same.
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    Wow, I didn't know that. My mistake.

    I got that from having a close ENFP friend who will seem to have gotten over some slight months ago, but then she'll bring it up and seem a LITTLE resentful in a moment of contemplation. But that's not too bad, really.

    INFPs in my experience don't hold grudges but they may change opinions of someone based on something that happened, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post

    INFPs in my experience don't hold grudges but they may change opinions of someone based on something that happened, no?
    Doesn't everyone? lol I mean if you found out your best friend was a serial killer who's favourite meal was roasted baby, I'm sure you'd change your opinion too.
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    True. Then again, I have always gotten the feeling from all NFs (most especially NFJs) that anything I ever did wrong went on some kind of list in their brains somewhere and would come back to haunt me some day. Unnerving, and possibly totally untrue. :->

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    True. Then again, I have always gotten the feeling from all NFs (most especially NFJs) that anything I ever did wrong went on some kind of list in their brains somewhere and would come back to haunt me some day. Unnerving, and possibly totally untrue. :->

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    Well maybe not totally untrue , I don't hold grudges, but I don't forget, it is buried somewhere in the back of my head, even if I don't even remember that I remember, if said person repeats the same mistake with me over and over, it will come out at a later date.

    Like "you did this same thing 5 years ago, you said you were sorry, but yet you're repeating the same behaviour now, which means you were never really sorry" (genuine change is very important to me, since transformation is what I am all about)

    But I don't call that holding a grudge.

    Sorry for the minor thread derail into my land.
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    I hold grudges without meaning to. And I agree with maliafee about the enfp bringing random crap up out of nowhere. "but 10 months ago when we went here and did this you said "xx" so therefore I can't trust you when you want to do "yyy" "

    I don't think everyone keeps lists of wrongs like infp do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post

    I don't think everyone keeps lists of wrongs like infp do.
    We keep lists? lol I feel wronged now, this is going on that list as soon as I find it.
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    A few ways to work on your Se:
    Eat something that you like, very slowly. Be aware of the taste, the smell, the texture, the heat of the food.
    Touch a tree trunk and note the texture. Then touch a different tree truck and note that the texture is not the same as the first tree trunk.
    Take a walk in the park and observe the things that you usually miss.
    Watch the sun set and take note of the variety of colors in the sky.
    Watch little kids interacting with their environment.
    Would anyone like to add to this list???
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    Seriously? Try some finger painting. Feel the paint in your hands and the texture of the paper. Turn off the switch in your head and just let your hands do what they wish to do. See the bright colors and enjoy!

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