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    Senior Member IndyGhost's Avatar
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    i feel divided with type 4 and type 9. i think 4w5 is definitely much more fitting... but through my wanting to be unique, i also want to blend in. haha!! to clarify, i guess i want to stand out for being quieter, blending in or for being a wallflower. during my worst bouts of depression, i definitely experienced feeling like a complete alien to the world. and throughout most of my childhood and even adult life up until more recently, i always felt as though i was missing something, or searching for something, unsure of what it was i was looking for and definitely unsuccessful in finding it. but i've always dressed in a manner that wouldn't allow me to stand out, and i prefer to maintain peace. i always felt i lacked an identity and strived to find mine, until i finally decided identity's are all simply masks that we wear...

    ...and now i'm rambling. i should go to bed. night world.
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    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    ISFP who is not a nine ?!?

    No way !

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    i feel divided with type 4 and type 9. i think 4w5 is definitely much more fitting... but through my wanting to be unique, i also want to blend in. haha!! to clarify, i guess i want to stand out for being quieter, blending in or for being a wallflower. during my worst bouts of depression, i definitely experienced feeling like a complete alien to the world. and throughout most of my childhood and even adult life up until more recently, i always felt as though i was missing something, or searching for something, unsure of what it was i was looking for and definitely unsuccessful in finding it. but i've always dressed in a manner that wouldn't allow me to stand out, and i prefer to maintain peace. i always felt i lacked an identity and strived to find mine, until i finally decided identity's are all simply masks that we wear...

    ...and now i'm rambling. i should go to bed. night world.
    You know, sometimes what you write, sounds like it's me that you are writing about. I have always been searching for something....

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