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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Just wondering. I get very lethargic, isolationist, like I want to crawl in a hole. At the same time I have this anxiety, pissed-off sort of feeling, like I want to break something.

    The only thing that makes me feel better is physical activity or accomplishing something.

    What's it like for you?
    I am similar. I feel trapped, especially if I have no leverage. My mind gets trapped in a kind of cycle. I typically snap out of it by finding some point where I can lever it the way I want it or work towards that.

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    I'm not a member of the SP club, but I can identify with a lot of this.


    Except for the part about cleaning ... all of you can just keep on handling that one.
    I have a vagina.


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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    i'll bet it's just the act of driving. Purposeful action is the key.
    LOVE a road trip...even if it's to the corner.
    True. I have driven everywhere getting nowhere.
    ~luck favors the ready~


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    Depending on the issue, I usually like to talk my thoughts out loud to my husband so that I have a better understand of my thoughts and emotion. Not that anything needs to be fixed, but he knows me well enough to provides an objective opinion. It seems that sometimes I need to work through my emotions before I can make a decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    I'm not a member of the SP club, but I can identify with a lot of this.


    Except for the part about cleaning ... all of you can just keep on handling that one.
    Who let the NTs out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    Who let the NTs out?

    ... of the cage? We're all expert lock pickers.
    I have a vagina.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post

    I think I'm really displeased with this place at the moment and I'm trying to decide whether I should bolt or whether it's worth it to muscle through. All I'm getting at the moment is negativity from it, like Alice realizing that they're just a pack of cards in Wonderland.
    The fault, dear brainheart, lies not in the SP Arthouse, but in ourselves...

    The negativity or positivity rests in your expectations and perception of this website, not in the website itself, or the posts written anonymously herein.

    SPs come here for two things: to gather information or to perform. Once you clarify why you are here, and spend some time doing some purposeful action, your expectations and perception may dramatically change.

    SPs look in the mirror and what they see often determines how they feel about themselves. What Ns see in the mirror is determined by how they are feeling.

    SPs: I look great ergo I feel great. I look like hell, I feel like hell.

    Ns: I feel great ergo I look fabulous. I feel crappy ergo I look like crap.

    Pay attention to your sensory needs. Hanging out on a website is low on the SP totem pole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    ... of the cage? We're all expert lock pickers.
    Come, come. You always call the SPs for that.

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    When I'm upset or angry, I have to get away from the thing that caused me to be angry. I have to be alone to cry or write or dance-something. Once I get all that added energy out, then I'm usually ok.

    When it comes to being here on the site, I've been hurt by a couple a things. But I started to realize that I'm never going to appeal to everyone, so why not just have fun with it. Nobody knows me here, so if they get lippy then I can just respond with a funny joke or something. I'm usually not into getting into debates and things with people unless it strikes my value system, so I've learned to not care. Even though I still do...the way I approach things quickly changes how I feel about the situation and I'm good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    The fault, dear brainheart, lies not in the SP Arthouse, but in ourselves...

    The negativity or positivity rests in your expectations and perception of this website, not in the website itself, or the posts written anonymously herein.

    SPs come here for two things: to gather information or to perform. Once you clarify why you are here, and spend some time doing some purposeful action, your expectations and perception may dramatically change.

    SPs look in the mirror and what they see often determines how they feel about themselves. What Ns see in the mirror is determined by how they are feeling.

    SPs: I look great ergo I feel great. I look like hell, I feel like hell.

    Ns: I feel great ergo I look fabulous. I feel crappy ergo I look like crap.


    Pay attention to your sensory needs. Hanging out on a website is low on the SP totem pole.
    Interesting. I never thought of this.

    You are right. So right. I've been spending too much time on here.

    And I did do the dishes and clean up (while listening to music) and it helped substantially.

    You all are very cool.

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