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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    To know. Because being loved is just fucking useless too if you don't know, while you can still know without being loved. Heyyyyy
    Have you ever considered a type other than 2w3? I've never known a 2 to think of being loved as useless. Why do you think it is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    Have you ever considered a type other than 2w3? I've never known a 2 to think of being loved as useless. Why do you think it is?
    I never said it's useless. It's just a shame to be unaware of being loved.
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    @Nihilogen:
    Does your inferior Ni sometimes give you huge flashes of understanding?
    I understand a lot, so I guess it does.

    What other types are you often mistaken for?
    Idk, I never talk about types with offline people.

    How easily are you "weirded out?"
    Barely. Weird doesn't really exist in my vocabulary... Unless when people turn out to be unexpectedly conventional or conservative, that might cause a reaction with me that you could call being 'weirded out'.

    Do you often feel the need to express your opinion, even when nopony else is?
    Depends on my mood and my company.
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    sorry if this has been asked before:

    what's your relationship with or perception of Ne as it compares to Se?

    do you feel these two functions have any striking similarities or differences? what are they?
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    Do you ever find yourself not aware of your surroundings? Do you get confused about what's around you? Do you "miss things" that you should be able to see?

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    @Comeback Girl

    How would you describe your Fi?

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    Why do you have a picture of Mikey Cyrus in your avatar?

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    @five sounds:
    sorry if this has been asked before:
    Don't think anyone did.

    what's your relationship with or perception of Ne as it compares to Se?
    Idk, I don't think I have Ne.

    do you feel these two functions have any striking similarities or differences? what are they?
    Ne was about randomness, wasn't it? I don't think it doesn't have much to do with Se, I don't believe one of them would rule out another.


    @valaki
    How would you describe your Fi?
    I have very firm principles. There are a few key things I believe are the way to maintain a good life, which I always try to do. If I had to describe what these principles would be, they would come down to something like this:
    • Bring happiness and pleasure
    • End suffering and pain if possible
    • Question those who hurt or attempt to hurt others
    • If people enjoy what they do and don't hurt anybody with it, let it be
    • Don't judge people on things they can't change about themselves
    • Don't preach your rules, set an example

    I also can't stand watching people or animals suffer. When I see any person or animal suffer, it's like I feel it myself. I guess that's Fi, right? If it's any interesting, when I have to deal with my own emotions, I only tend to show the happy ones. When I'm angry I just hide somewhere until it's over and when I'm sad or upset I just indulge in buying shoes, eating ice cream and binge watching shows with hot actors. During times of stress I usually become more horny, but times of stress are mostly the times when I barely get to see people (think about finals etc.), so I don't really know where that comes from.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    How would you describe your Fi?
    I have very firm principles. There are a few key things I believe are the way to maintain a good life, which I always try to do. If I had to describe what these principles would be, they would come down to something like this:
    • Bring happiness and pleasure
    • End suffering and pain if possible
    • Question those who hurt or attempt to hurt others
    • If people enjoy what they do and don't hurt anybody with it, let it be
    • Don't judge people on things they can't change about themselves
    • Don't preach your rules, set an example

    I also can't stand watching people or animals suffer. When I see any person or animal suffer, it's like I feel it myself. I guess that's Fi, right? If it's any interesting, when I have to deal with my own emotions, I only tend to show the happy ones. When I'm angry I just hide somewhere until it's over and when I'm sad or upset I just indulge in buying shoes, eating ice cream and binge watching shows with hot actors. During times of stress I usually become more horny, but times of stress are mostly the times when I barely get to see people (think about finals etc.), so I don't really know where that comes from.
    Thanks

    I think the positive happy thingie is an enneagram thing for you, maybe.

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