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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen View Post
    OK. I think Ni fits. Ne does possibilities in the present. But if you're using Ni, you're also an Se user, just at a lower level. Keep in mind that your perception is defined by the dynamic between these two functions.



    This is a common conception about sensing functions that I disagree with. But all your other answers still seem to indicate Ni to me.



    Green peppers are a great example of a food I would prefer not to eat.
    How so? Ah, why do you disagree with it? I'm not overly fond of green peppers but I had these stuffed peppers that my mom made a few years ago that tasted delicious which keeps me from all out hating them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    It depends if it's a goal or not. For most other things, I am relatively calm. Obstruction of goals is always stressful to me. Lol you are definitely NFJ. It's a toss up between INFJ or ENFJ but leaning towards ENFJ.

    Also I am not 3w4 so there probably going to bit different. Haha
    Oh okay. I think I'm relatively easy-going but when I freak out, I freak out. Lol :3 I see, all I know for sure is that I'm an NF. What's your enneagram type? Haha, mhm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Oh yes, sowwy. I don't get out of the forum much.
    Oh gawwd mal how could you not know that? For shame!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    How so? Ah, why do you disagree with it? I'm not overly fond of green peppers but I had these stuffed peppers that my mom made a few years ago that tasted delicious which keeps me from all out hating them.
    I think it doesn't fit with Jung's description of the types and functions, as far as I've seen. MBTI's mixing of Jung's ideas of the Si and Se functions doesn't fit my experience of the world. Se perceives things as they are, Si perceives them through a shell of impressions from the past. This is not the same as being aware of one's surroundings all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Oh gawwd mal how could you not know that? For shame!!
    FAKE!

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    ps: As always.....kidding!!
    Oh ok. (Drat, did it again!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen View Post
    I think it doesn't fit with Jung's description of the types and functions, as far as I've seen. MBTI's mixing of Jung's ideas of the Si and Se functions doesn't fit my experience of the world. Se perceives things as they are, Si perceives them through a shell of impressions from the past. This is not the same as being aware of one's surroundings all the time.
    Oh okay, I get your reasoning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    Oh okay. I think I'm relatively easy-going but when I freak out, I freak out. Lol :3 I see, all I know for sure is that I'm an NF. What's your enneagram type? Haha, mhm.
    Can you describe what a 'freak out' is like for you?



    p.s i also have freak outs... just wondering if they are similar or how they differ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    Can you describe what a 'freak out' is like for you?
    Lol I'm kind of joking, but well it's exactly how it sounds. I really can't explain it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    Lol I'm kind of joking, but well it's exactly how it sounds. I really can't explain it.
    Ok, .....well my freakouts are mainly in my own head, i think they mostly come from a non understanding or unresolve... i can't fit things together... i'm searching internally for things to "fit" but then there are so many possible outcomes/meanings/reasons/intentions... it goes on... rolling like a snowball gather speed with every new idea and direction until i'm in a big heap of wtf! Eventually comes clarity but sometimes there are track works which halt the train and/or impede progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    Oh okay. I think I'm relatively easy-going but when I freak out, I freak out. Lol :3 I see, all I know for sure is that I'm an NF. What's your enneagram type? Haha, mhm.
    I am 5w6. Some people disagree with me but my defense mechanisms and my distortions are very 5ish in nature. The negatives really resonate with me. It's a really rare combo so yeah...

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