Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
I can externally compartmentalize and tend to see that as the simplest approach to life, but inwardly everything is the same nebulous cloud of uncertainty.
@Ene, how do you related to inner and outer compartmentalization? It's an interesting question and something I've noticed "T's" doing much more than "F's" in general, so it is hard to say what the source of it actually is. What do you think?
I read somewhere that internal compartmentalizing is the ability to place experiences, tasks, problems, events, etc., in compartments within your mind without affecting your life and productivity. I'm not sure how I do it. I think it has something to do with balancing and putting things on the back burner. I will think about this one and get back to you.