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    Cool.

    IMO, a dishwasher is the worst thing an ISTP can buy for his/her kitchen.

    Washing dishes becomes performance art and very therapeutic. And much cheaper than paying an F therapist.

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    ^ Do I ever agree!

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    It's kind of a bummer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    IMO, a dishwasher is the worst thing an ISTP can buy for his/her kitchen.

    Washing dishes becomes performance art and very therapeutic. And much cheaper than paying an F therapist.
    i agree, washing dished is very therapeudic, and calming. folding and putting away laundry too.
    and i think road trips and driving are also great for raising your spirits, and getting some perspective.

    i also like to play guitar if i am bummed out + lethargic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher View Post
    i agree, washing dished is very therapeudic, and calming. folding and putting away laundry too.
    and i think road trips and driving are also great for raising your spirits, and getting some perspective.

    i also like to play guitar if i am bummed out + lethargic.
    Interesting, I wonder if that can be universalized.
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    Yeah, I quite like to wash the dishes too. Vacuuming is not bad either. I use to really like mowing the lawns when I was a kid. Driving is also good. Some kind of activity that occupies your body but keeps the mind free I guess. Though this is the first time I've thought of it like that.

    But for me when I am really bummed out I have to find some point at which I can change things. I think that is essential for me. Maybe that is why I find those kind of tasks enjoyable, they give me time to think. I call it thinking but it is more like mulling over something.

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    My Ni likes to slowly drill into my head until I can find something to shut it up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamathousandapples View Post
    My Ni likes to slowly drill into my head until I can find something to shut it up with.
    That's why doing something helps. Shuts off Ni if it gets too loud - and therefore - untrustworthy.
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    I like cooking for that sense as well. I don't have to think, I just do. Well, I suppose this could just be a me thing as I'm sure lots of people have to think while cooking. But I usually don't. Plus I tend to vegetate and just stare into the pot I'm stirring and go into la la land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Yeah, I quite like to wash the dishes too. Vacuuming is not bad either. I use to really like mowing the lawns when I was a kid. Driving is also good. Some kind of activity that occupies your body but keeps the mind free I guess. Though this is the first time I've thought of it like that.

    But for me when I am really bummed out I have to find some point at which I can change things. I think that is essential for me. Maybe that is why I find those kind of tasks enjoyable, they give me time to think. I call it thinking but it is more like mulling over something.
    I pretty much think about it like that. I have to be busy, but not so busy that I can't think about what's bothering me. If I can't think about it, it doesn't help me at all. I even have to turn the music off in my car to think well. On the other hand, sitting my my room alone is the worst thing for me when I'm sad about something. I just sit there and dwell on it, I can only focus on the worst aspects, I can't get out of my head and I hate it. I end up feeling worse.

    In short, I find a friend I can just go do stuff with. Nothing insane, maybe a hike/walk up a mountain, just running errands... Something to do without doing too much. Enough to distract me from the depressingness so that I'll feel better, little enough so I can still sort my thoughts out.
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