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    Default latley iv been interested in istps and estps

    because they most common amugnst prisinors.also id like to know how often do you use ni and how does ni work for you,and when it comes to inner feelings how do you deal with this,and fear itself how do you overcome your fear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chado View Post
    because they most common amugnst prisinors.also id like to know how often do you use ni and how does ni work for you,and when it comes to inner feelings how do you deal with this,and fear itself how do you overcome your fear?
    Hey chad0, estp doesn't usually use Ni, for it's their inferior function.

    Anyway for better understanding of how the stack manifest in mbti, check this out :

    How Each Cognitive Function Manifests Based On Its Position In Your Stacking | Thought Catalog

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