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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    We want attention when we want it, and we don't want it when we don't.

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    Well said, maliafee!
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    I always give a lot of consideration to other people's work/actions when they show me theirs. I have to admit, people who don't do the same in return get my back up a bit. I generally don't enjoy asking people for their attention, unless their an expert or something, I really have to trust the person in order to feel comfortable doing that.... so when they just brush me off, it's a little discouraging.

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    i think, as introverted perceiver with secondary Fe (yeah, you wont follow me there ...)

    lets try something else:

    how about: it's exhibitionism that highlights the own experience AND thus the creativity.
    and its more like a role play, with the mirror. extrapolating/projecting own ideals, to motivate one self. to welcome the own product. it's not about actually getting something from anyone else. to the contrary, an inquisitive interest from others would block the free flow monologue. it might be interpreted as demanding expectation and frustrate the flow. like, its not the own flow anymore. it's been sort of stolen.

    can anyone relate to that pattern?

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    I tend to be a wallflower but I do enjoy the attention of men I chat with on internet .. when I'm in the mood for chatting. : )

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    All SPs are attention seeking by nature, we just express it in different ways.

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