Well then, this all basically narrows it down to the type 6 and type 9 self pres. I'm sticking with type 9. You don't seem like you take on type 3 tendancies in stress.
Ha, happens all the time to me. The symptom of being stuck in your head too much really I'd say. Type 9 do have a curiosity to learn as well when its relating to them, I don't see why some descriptions say they don't care and just want to sweep everything under the rug.Both. I don't notice things that are right in front of my face. Like that signpost I walked into. Or that one time when I went into work, sat down, and didn't even notice that all the tables (including the one I sat at) had be reorganized. This is also why I'm bad at driving. It's not that I don't try to pay attention, my brain just isn't set up for that level of focus, so I often miss things like road signs. I actually wonder if this could have to do with being extremely introverted.
Ah ha! I see what you mean. And you don't necessarily want to waste energy coming up with a lie.Well in this case, I had good reason not to tell her. If I told her that I'd used up that money already, she'd ask me what I spent it on, which I really didn't want to say. Backing out of trying to get her send money was the most logical course of action.
Well, I guess this correlates to the more healthy and active levels, where you're interacting more with the world around you.Nope, never felt connect to people, life, anything.