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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    ^ I know, but the other description really smelled like Fe and I don't like that. I prefer the individual approach
    Was kinda surprised at the end result though.
    I've noticed Fs shying away from Affiliative like not being Pragmatic makes you stupid.

    "Affiliative roles require that people act in community, with a sense of what is good for the group. They may be people or task focused. They may be practical or idealistic. No matter what, there is always some sense of cooperation and agreement, even if competing or being an individual."

    The bold is key. A "community" may be two people. Or do you prefer competition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    I've noticed Fs shying away from Affiliative like not being Pragmatic makes you stupid.

    "Affiliative roles require that people act in community, with a sense of what is good for the group. They may be people or task focused. They may be practical or idealistic. No matter what, there is always some sense of cooperation and agreement, even if competing or being an individual."

    The bold is key. A "community" may be two people. Or do you prefer competition?
    There's my problem.
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    This still gives me xsfp.
    I can be initiating or responding. I got a bit stuck on that one, then I realized why. ESFP's initiate, ISFP'S respond.
    Cognitive function wise, i'm more of an esfp.
    I'm starting to think i'm a true hybrid model SFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    There's my problem.
    If a community is you and another person, do you cooperate with them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    This still gives me xsfp.
    I can be initiating or responding. I got a bit stuck on that one, then I realized why. ESFP's initiate, ISFP'S respond.
    Cognitive function wise, i'm more of an esfp.
    I'm starting to think i'm a true hybrid model SFP.
    The easiest way of determining whether you're ESFP or ISFP is to consider Introverted Intuition and how comfortable you are with it. If you find yourself in this frame of mind a lot, you're more likely to be ISFP. If you find it doesn't really sync that much with your own behaviuor, you're more likely to be ESFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    If a community is you and another person, do you cooperate with them?
    Really depends on the person and the tone of voice he's using with me. I'll aim for a win-win situation for sure. But someone who demands shit from me is going get an F* you and the exact opposite of what he wants, even if I have to hurt myself in the process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    The easiest way of determining whether you're ESFP or ISFP is to consider Introverted Intuition and how comfortable you are with it. If you find yourself in this frame of mind a lot, you're more likely to be ISFP. If you find it doesn't really sync that much with your own behaviuor, you're more likely to be ESFP.
    I don't use Ni often.
    I use Te, almost as much as I use Fi. And being around people gives me energy more than being alone, although I don't mind being alone.
    That's why I had esfp down for my type all that time.
    But I'm fairly quiet and independent, which is the cause for confusion. I mean. Ever meet a quiet and independent esfp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I don't use Ni often.
    I use Te, almost as much as I use Fi. And being around people gives me energy more than being alone, although I don't mind being alone.
    That's why I had esfp down for my type all that time.
    But I'm fairly quiet and independent, which is the cause for confusion. I mean. Ever meet a quiet and independent esfp?
    Well, the types are determined by function makeup, not whether you're quiet or not. Introverts are described as quiet because they prefer to sit back and process things before interacting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    Well, the types are determined by function makeup, not whether you're quiet or not. Introverts are described as quiet because they prefer to sit back and process things before interacting.
    And I go either way, depending on my mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    And I go either way, depending on my mood.
    Well, if what you said about Te and Ni is accurate, your best-fit is ESFP. That seems obvious to me.
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