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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    This would explain being infuriated by Fe doms. Possibly.
    I'm not ENFP though. I don't use Fi very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    This would explain being infuriated by Fe doms. Possibly.
    No, no, no, he's not ENFP. He handles critisism too well; like water off a duck's back with no signs of distress. And no Te.

    He probably just doesn't fully appreciate the idiosyncrasies of an Fe-dom (yet).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    No, no, no, he's not ENFP. He handles critisism too well; like water off a duck's back with no signs of distress. And no Te.

    He probably just doesn't fully appreciate the idiosyncrasies of Fe (yet).
    I didn't handle criticism too well for a while because I have a heavy 6 and associated it with fear and hostility. But maybe that was just my 6 wing jumping to conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I didn't handle criticism too well for a while because I have a heavy 6 and associated it with fear and hostility. But maybe that was just my 6 wing jumping to conclusions.
    Were you in "the grip"? An ENTP in the grip is a very odd bird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    Were you in "the grip"? An ENTP in the grip is a very odd bird.
    What's "the grip". The first idea I get in my head of "the grip" is my hand after excessive masturbation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    What's "the grip". The first idea I get in my head of "the grip" is my hand after excessive masturbation.


    It's used among some people in the typology community. It means in the grip of one's inferior function resulting from daily stress, fatigue, illness, or other disruptions to one's available energy. (AKA, beside oneself.)

    An ENTP in the grip will have qualities of the negative, inferior forms of Si (obsessiveness and focusing on the body). Tertiary feeling might also emerge. This comes out in a conviction that no one understands them or cares about them; they may become emotional and vulnerable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post


    It's used among some people in the typology community. It means in the grip of one's inferior function resulting from daily stress, fatigue, illness, or other disruptions to one's available energy. (AKA, beside oneself.)

    An ENTP in the grip will have qualities of the negative, inferior forms of Si (obsessiveness and focusing on the body). Tertiary thinking or feeling might also emerge. This comes out in a conviction that no one understands them or cares about them; they may become emotional and vulnerable.
    I was like this for a while. I stopped trying new things, and became dependent upon a routine. Then, my managers in my old job would treat me like shit and I would just become ridiculously introverted. I would question myself and I would constantly call my friends and family from afar and vent. I was a very pathetic human being. I started to become dependent on others to solve my problems as well and looked to sources outside of myself for guidance. This almost sounds like a 6 under stress when I think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I was like this for a while. I stopped trying new things, and became dependent upon a routine. Then, my managers in my old job would treat me like shit and I would just become ridiculously introverted. I would question myself and I would constantly call my friends and family from afar and vent. I was a very pathetic human being. I started to become dependent on others to solve my problems as well and looked to sources outside of myself for guidance. This almost sounds like a 6 under stress when I think about it.
    Hmmm, that also describes type 7 under stress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    Hmmm, that also describes type 7 under stress.
    Really? lol, that's interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Really? lol, that's interesting.
    Take a look at these slides...




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