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    Default Hiiiiiiii😊i'm excited

    Hi
    Im new here..
    So excited
    Well.i dont know alot about mbti..but since the test had determined i am an intj..but i think i am alot more emotional..so sometimes i wonder if i can be an infj??🤔🤔whatever😂
    I am here seeking for new friends new ideas new beautiful ways of life..in one word to progress and learn😊
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ball View Post
    Hi
    Im new here..
    So excited
    Well.i dont know alot about mbti..but since the test had determined i am an intj..but i think i am alot more emotional..so sometimes i wonder if i can be an infj??������������whatever ������
    I am here seeking for new friends new ideas new beautiful ways of life..in one word to progress and learn������
    Dear Ball, how lovely it is to see your enthusiasm and your faith in progress and learning.

    You may though be surprised to find higher level learning in that you may meet critiques of progress and critiques of basic learning.

    And worse than the surprise may be your first meeting with cognitive dissonance which is emotionally painful, and you may not have counted on emotional pain in the process of learning.

    However it is possible to avoid the emotional pain by denial and not taking part in critical thinking. However it is worthwhile remembering that the emotional pain of cognitive dissonance is like the pain we experience when we first use an unused muscle, and the more we use it, the less the pain, and the more we use it, the stronger we become, and the more we use it, the more we learn.
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    Welcome!
    If in doubt, you can always fill out a questionnaire on the What's My Type forum.
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    Hey its a party here
    The imagination is one of the greater tools to help people with. When people are down give them a rocket boost to overcome the gravity of depression. Some have Jupiter levels of depression gravity and others just an atoms gravity but keep giving the imagination fuel, Watch out for the self-destruction button though

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    Excited to have you here! Welcome
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    Hello and welcome! I hope you find what you are looking for.

    You seem spunky for an INFJ (saw your thread title and thought to myself "ENFP!")
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    Welcome, enjoy your stay.
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    Welcome! Hope you enjoy your stay here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ball View Post
    Hi
    Im new here..
    So excited
    Well.i dont know alot about mbti..but since the test had determined i am an intj..but i think i am alot more emotional..so sometimes i wonder if i can be an infj??🤔🤔whatever😂
    I am here seeking for new friends new ideas new beautiful ways of life..in one word to progress and learn😊
    Your name is ball and you are excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Dear Ball, how lovely it is to see your enthusiasm and your faith in progress and learning. You may though be surprised to find higher level learning in that you may meet critiques of progress and critiques of basic learning. And worse than the surprise may be your first meeting with cognitive dissonance which is emotionally painful, and you may not have counted on emotional pain in the process of learning. However it is possible to avoid the emotional pain by denial and not taking part in critical thinking. However it is worthwhile remembering that the emotional pain of cognitive dissonance is like the pain we experience when we first use an unused muscle, and the more we use it, the less the pain, and the more we use it, the stronger we become, and the more we use it, the more we learn.
    Can a ball have a lovlier welcome than yours?IMPOSSIBLE
    Thanks💪
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