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    -I have no sense of direction and I have a tendency to lose/forget my things
    -I can be interested in one thing then be bored with it and do another. I have little commitment with "what I do".
    -My head can be blank enough that I don't identify what I'm even seeing
    -I analyse creative aspect of games more so than how to solve it, unless it's very interesting.
    -The more I don't want to do something or don't know exactly how, the more I'm doing something unrelated
    -I'm currently worrying about something unrelated to what I'm supposed to be doing
    -I love fictional worlds and coming up with story ideas
    -I'm always making plans over what to do regardless of whether or not I'll actually do it. Furthermore, I don't really flag-pole specific strategies on how to advance in career or towards a "future". I'm pretty detached from real world happenings.
    -I prefer to work in a team but I'm the leader when no one else is.
    -All assumptions is likely to be proven wrong.
    -I can be pretty hyper and can't shut up D:
    -I take few things personally, but when I do it's hard.
    -I don't enjoy following my "assumptions" if clearly, I wouldn't be knowing the whole truth.
    -How big of a big picture and how general is general does it count to be an "intuit"? I'm hardly detailed-oriented but I don't consider myself to have superior logical circuits although I do look for meaning.
    -When I express ideas, I tend to go all over the place. It can be from psychology, to philosophy, to literary theory without much of a clear transition. My teachers have all identified this flaw.

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    enfp?
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    that's what i was thinking, at a cursory glance.
    I may be kindly, I am ordinarily gentle, but in my line of business I am obliged to will terribly what I will at all.
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    I've been questioning S/N differences in behaviorism. It's easy to identify in text but real life situations are more dynamic. This is partially because I'm getting ready for the design field (I'm currently in fine arts) in which conceptual thinking is preferred.

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    Yeah, differentiating S/N irl is difficult when typing someone. Overall, I think S's tend to notice things visually, or comprehend visual detail better.
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    first thought is enfp, but you also kind of remind me of luna from here, who is an entp.
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    Ne dominant seems fairly obvious, ENTP may be likely, but more information will be needed. Enneagram wise, 7w6 seems like a strong possibility.

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    Sometimes I'm not aware of my emotions and sometimes I'm needy for other people. Occasionally I get angry or sensitive over something minor another had said. I usually spend my time alone although the number of friends one has is hardly direct to extroversion/introversion; I'm not too certain over how I identify with the NT's or F people around me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakawaka View Post
    Sometimes I'm not aware of my emotions and sometimes I'm needy for other people. Occasionally I get angry or sensitive over something minor another had said. I usually spend my time alone although the number of friends one has is hardly direct to extroversion/introversion; I'm not too certain over how I identify with the NT's or F people around me.
    Seems like an indication of tert Fe mabye?

    Rather I should have asked:

    Where do you derive your ethical values from? Do you seek to follow the established code of your contemorary culture/group/freinds and define yourself externally as to what you are, or do you hold you own personal beleifs concerning right and wrong while being true to what you personally want to be?

    Where do you derive your logical thinking from? Do you trust external sources of reliable data and methodological frameworks, or do you trust your own analysis and deductions that are more likely to make logical sense?

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    Where do you derive your ethical values from? Do you seek to follow the established code of your contemorary culture/group/freinds and define yourself externally as to what you are, or do you hold you own personal beleifs concerning right and wrong while being true to what you personally want to be?
    My personally beliefs are based on contemplation, experience and observation. It gets refined over time based on the new things I happen upon. I find that it difficult to follow other people because eventually I'll reject internally or just hop over to other ways of thinking (at least, until their thinking makes sense by itself). I do feel very guilty or that I owe them if I miss a deadline or was procrastinating when I"m supposed to be darting straight into say, a piece of artwork.

    Where do you derive your logical thinking from? Do you trust external sources of reliable data and methodological frameworks, or do you trust your own analysis and deductions that are more likely to make logical sense?
    That's a hard one. I rarely do in depth research until I hit a blunder or truly uncertain so I'll go with the second. My first question in receiving message is likely "what is the implication" and then / or "why".

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