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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    That is just me. We seem to be a lot alike. Maybe you are an INFJ.
    Or you're an ENFJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    That is just me. We seem to be a lot alike. Maybe you are an INFJ.
    Woah I COMPLETELY agreed with you on your first point about opinion expressing! I also agreed with you about digging into people! What are your long term goals? I don't feel understood by them but I definitely feel loved by my mom especially. I think she's an ESFJ and she's so amazing, it makes me tear up. Have you ever felt like tearing up because someone was just so amazing and nice to you? Omg people say I'm weird too. Most people, I truly believe, are wonderful and interesting but there are some few people you encounter that are just plain out awful. :/ Haha what's your favorite food? And what's your favorite kind of music? :P I love Journey so much. We do! Now the make or break question...are you a Potterhead too? Haha maybe, I'm pretty clueless about what type I am. The thread title speaks everything.

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    "I try to listen to everyone and ask questions as much as possible even when someone disagrees with me."

    Extraversion, although some would see this as Se gathering info. IF ONLY. Se does not equate with these things.

    " I believe you can learn so much from just listening to people. I genuinely enjoy it too."

    This is very much a feeling response, very Fe.

    "10. Disagreements are rich areas for really getting to not only know someone, but to get at the heart of a matter. It's only been in the last several years that I've been able to not run away mentally and literally from conflict in this way. I think it comes with life experience and possibly maturity (think about how wise older people can be with others who disagree with them--as if it doesn't phase them in the least)."

    In an ideal sense, Fe should shun disagreements. It requires the development of another function to learn how to deal with them. Ni is most likely to use disagreements to "get at the heart of the matter." So this is an Fe-dom integrating Ni traits.
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    I say "integrating" traits because it is possible for the dominant and auxiliary to be either in conflict or just held apart. For example, as an INTP I can be Ti logical to a fault; and then I can Ne chaotic stuff all over the place as a fallback position. But when the two work in combination, when Ne informs Ti, and Ti reigns in Ne, that's where intellectual creativity truly begins.

    What you described above ("disagreements are rich areas for really getting to not only know someone, but to get at the heart of a matter") is a perfect example of Fe integrating Ni.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    I say "integrating" traits because it is possible for the dominant and auxiliary to be either in conflict or just held apart. For example, as an INTP I can be Ti logical to a fault; and then I can Ne chaotic stuff all over the place as a fallback position. But when the two work in combination, when Ne informs Ti, and Ti reigns in Ne, that's where intellectual creativity truly begins.

    What you described above ("disagreements are rich areas for really getting to not only know someone, but to get at the heart of a matter") is a perfect example of Fe integrating Ni.
    I see, that's very interesting. What type are you? I didn't describe that, Aphrodite did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Or you're an ENFJ.
    I'm an enfj? Or he is?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    Woah I COMPLETELY agreed with you on your first point about opinion expressing! I also agreed with you about digging into people! What are your long term goals? I don't feel understood by them but I definitely feel loved by my mom especially. I think she's an ESFJ and she's so amazing, it makes me tear up. Have you ever felt like tearing up because someone was just so amazing and nice to you? Omg people say I'm weird too. Most people, I truly believe, are wonderful and interesting but there are some few people you encounter that are just plain out awful. :/ Haha what's your favorite food? And what's your favorite kind of music? :P I love Journey so much. We do! Now the make or break question...are you a Potterhead too? Haha maybe, I'm pretty clueless about what type I am. The thread title speaks everything.
    Well, I came of age in the 80's so how could I not love Journey? I only wish I could hit those high notes like he does! so I'm relegated to mostly listening, and not singing along. I have lots of em....pm me and we'll talk LTGs Lucky you. My mother situation is like that saying, "water water everywhere but not a drop to drink," because I have had 4 mothers but not really had the mothering I needed, though most of them have tried. I love all food, except a few things, like licorice (I think it's the anise), and jelly beans (who could like those? ick), and shredded cononut (just why? they could make that shit really good if it wasn't like chewing on hard fiber). I have eclectic music tastes. And, yes, my bff just made me tear up about an hour ago. I love her so much. I liked the Harry Potter books, but probably couldn't be defined as a Potterhead. *sigh* Oh well, we had a good run of it, eh?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    "I try to listen to everyone and ask questions as much as possible even when someone disagrees with me."

    Extraversion, although some would see this as Se gathering info. IF ONLY. Se does not equate with these things.

    " I believe you can learn so much from just listening to people. I genuinely enjoy it too."

    This is very much a feeling response, very Fe.

    "10. Disagreements are rich areas for really getting to not only know someone, but to get at the heart of a matter. It's only been in the last several years that I've been able to not run away mentally and literally from conflict in this way. I think it comes with life experience and possibly maturity (think about how wise older people can be with others who disagree with them--as if it doesn't phase them in the least)."

    In an ideal sense, Fe should shun disagreements. It requires the development of another function to learn how to deal with them. Ni is most likely to use disagreements to "get at the heart of the matter." So this is an Fe-dom integrating Ni traits.
    Pretty insightful. I'll be mulling this over now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    I say "integrating" traits because it is possible for the dominant and auxiliary to be either in conflict or just held apart. For example, as an INTP I can be Ti logical to a fault; and then I can Ne chaotic stuff all over the place as a fallback position. But when the two work in combination, when Ne informs Ti, and Ti reigns in Ne, that's where intellectual creativity truly begins.

    What you described above ("disagreements are rich areas for really getting to not only know someone, but to get at the heart of a matter") is a perfect example of Fe integrating Ni.
    Or Ni integrating Fe.
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    To the OP: I feel that you're an ENFJ. You have a very extroverted energy shining through in your posts. You are an XNFJ, at the very least.

    You say you consider it rude when people can't make good conversation, which seems VERY Fe to me. You couch your statements with apologetics like "this may sound bad but...". I feel like an INFJ would probably just not say it at all.

    You sound like a young ENFJ to me.

    Edit: Aphrodite, for what it's worth, I have always wondered if you were an ENFJ. I confess I don't have a lot to go on though. Just a hunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    I feel that you're an ENFJ. You have a very extroverted energy shining through in your posts. You are definitely an XNFJ, at the very least.

    You say you consider rude when people can't make good conversation, which seems VERY Fe to me. You couch your statements with apologetics like "this may sound bad but...". I feel like an INFJ would probably just not say it at all.

    You sound like a young ENFJ to me, although I don't really have any idea how old you are.
    +1 . I think this is spot on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    I see, that's very interesting. What type are you? I didn't describe that, Aphrodite did.
    Hm, I got "disagreements are rich areas for really getting to not only know someone" from your OP.

    When I say "as an INTP" I mean that I am an INTP. That's my personal experience. I can hold Ti and Ne apart. But integrating the two leads to creative intellectual pursuits.
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