Hmm,yes I think it does.Definitely 4--you've got huge levels of self-awareness. Another type with a significant 4-fix can be similarly self aware; I think the difference is that 4s tend to identify with their emotional states more than the other types. (Ring any bells?)
Yes I don't think I suffer from existential anxiety at all,thank you for emphasizing that aspect of 6's;I've never though of them that way but now it makes sense.You're welcome guys. This is something that is often overlooked when explaining Sixes and leads to a lot of confusion about just what makes a 6 a 6. Not anxiety, existential anxiety.
Yes, spot on.What Tsu seems to be emphasizing is that from a very early age, she felt different and flawed, and she feels this may have attracted bullying until she learned to protect that side of herself. Her sense of "difference" precedes what people told her
Thank you,this is why I found it strange that Starry seemed to think I was an Sx 9w1,not to be hard headed but it is nowhere in my tritype.Although I will give them this;I might indeed have a 6w5 instead of a 6w7 like I originally thought as well as an 8w9 instead of w7, within my tritype;thus,I appreciate their bringing that to light for me.She says she identifies most with 4 and 6, as well as the 468 tritype, so I don't find it unreasonable for us to debate core 4 vs core 6. I personally am not seeing much evidence for a 6 core here, but I do think her early childhood perceptions are highly indicative of 4.
I do think 4 and 6 are the contenders in terms of my core type among all the others,as I relate to their fears well.I also know my body type is neither 9 or 1,I do not identify with their fears,8's fears of appearing weak and betrayal seem much more relatable.
But with much difficulty,I digress.