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    @Chanaynay

    9s can get angry
    What's your point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    What's your point?
    That 9w1s don't always diplomatically handle the situation and they can get angry as well. Maybe it's more rare than 9w8s, I'm just saying both would probably get angry out of nowhere and people would not expect it at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Anxious jittery sounds like entps who are w6s and e6s.
    which is most of them (ENTP 5s are also like this)

    Edit - would you say enfps are gentle? I don't think so
    most of us are gentle most of the time, but mess with an ENFP's friends or values and we'll unleash a storm on your ass.
    there are some exceptions though. ENFP 1s and 7w8s are less gentle than normal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    That 9w1s don't always diplomatically handle the situation and they can get angry as well. Maybe it's more rare than 9w8s, I'm just saying both would probably get angry out of nowhere and people would not expect it at all.
    ^tru.

    I'm a 9w1, but I really don't have a problem going into conflict if I feel it's necessary. It still messes with my internal peace, I'm not at ease when I'm in conflict, and if it can't be resolved in a timely fashion I'm gonna get outta there because I really can't stand being in that state for too long.

    But I can stand up to, and even initiate conflict if it's something I believe in. Good things don't come easy, and sometimes you gotta fight. It's an Fi thing for me for sure. It can seemingly come out of nowhere to someone who doesn't know me well enough to know what issues 'get me'. But I can be fierce when I need to be. The thing is, "conflict" to me isn't only in the external realm. Inner peace is most important to me. So if I'm internally not at peace, I will gladly cause some temporary unrest in the external world if that's necessary to resolve my inner conflict.
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    a lot of 9w8s Ive met are fuggin ass holes for what feels like no reason.

    At least Im crystal clear why I think someone is a dumbass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    There is no doubt in my mind that I am a 7 with an 8 fix...a 74 <-not 2...a 748...and cp to boot if you want to throw that in...and an sx dom...and while 'rough-around-the-edges' could replace my actual middle name...ruthless? acquisitive? Ah no. I'm not even competitive Elfboy...I have poured so many hours of thought into how much more successful I would be in the Western economy if I could just get myself to care a little more about money or winning or prestige...it's all bullshit to me. I can get aggressive about a principle or cause...and if you approach me and mine in a way I don't like...I will make sure that never happens again...but on the daily I'm your average, happy, going-nowhere haha ENFP 7w6.
    I think this is about the best point that can be made about tritype. First and foremost you are your core type, and if you are using tritype to explain why you don't totally fit your core type, then you probably have your core type wrong. The subsequent fixes are going to behave differently than if they were a core type because they are filtered through the core. It's like the difference between sprinkling some pepper on your meal or chewing a peppercorn whole.

    I also think the second type in line of the tritype is going to be way more obvious than the third- kind of like instinct stackings- so the third type is the one you are most out of touch with. It kind of behaves like a blindspot. In other words, it's pretty hard to figure it out, but once you get it, it's a total aha moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I think this is about the best point that can be made about tritype. First and foremost you are your core type, and if you are using tritype to explain why you don't totally fit your core type, then you probably have your core type wrong. The subsequent fixes are going to behave differently than if they were a core type because they are filtered through the core. It's like the difference between sprinkling some pepper on your meal or chewing a peppercorn whole.

    I also think the second type in line of the tritype is going to be way more obvious than the third- kind of like instinct stackings- so the third type is the one you are most out of touch with. It kind of behaves like a blindspot. In other words, it's pretty hard to figure it out, but once you get it, it's a total aha moment.
    yes yes yes. i like the way you talked about it like a blindspot. like this unconscious force working within you that normally just plain ol' doesn't come up. i had a hard time identifying as a 2-fix for that very reason. i was reading core 2 descriptions and thinking 'that's not me at all!' then reading a core 4 description sounded much closer to me (as a sx/sp 7) than 2 ever did. so yeah, it's easy to try to fit your core fix into the subsequent ones, and that can absolutely be misleading. just a really good point, that i think gets overlooked a lot.

    also, i can't stress enough the importance of instinctual variant when thinking about enneatypes. it really makes a huge difference, i've learned. sx is going to intensify any type, make it seem more aggressive, and 'darker'. another reason i thought 4 for myself, actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    yes yes yes. i like the way you talked about it like a blindspot. like this unconscious force working within you that normally just plain ol' doesn't come up. i had a hard time identifying as a 2-fix for that very reason. i was reading core 2 descriptions and thinking 'that's not me at all!' then reading a core 4 description sounded much closer to me (as a sx/sp 7) than 2 ever did. so yeah, it's easy to try to fit your core fix into the subsequent ones, and that can absolutely be misleading. just a really good point, that i think gets overlooked a lot.

    also, i can't stress enough the importance of instinctual variant when thinking about enneatypes. it really makes a huge difference, i've learned. sx is going to intensify any type, make it seem more aggressive, and 'darker'. another reason i thought 4 for myself, actually.
    Glad you agree

    Instinctual variant is huge too, I absolutely agree. But I also was just telling @Starry that I think stacking is just as big. For example, sx/so and sx/sp are really different. They give off a very different energy and seem to be motivated in quite different ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Instinctual variant is huge too, I absolutely agree. But I also was just telling @Starry that I think stacking is just as big. For example, sx/so and sx/sp are really different. They give off a very different energy and seem to be motivated in quite different ways.
    oh totally. i actually was going to mention that, but i felt like i was diverging enough by addressing variant. yes, and even among people of the same stacking, the relative strength of the two can present differently. my sp is pretty weak, so there are other sx/sps who have a much different energy since it's more balanced.
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    ^ all good points above, which now has me leaning more towards 729 than 728 as 7s exhibit a lot of naturally assertive qualities that might overshadow a 9 fix. I'd make another video, but I'll be damned if the three strikes you're out rule comes to bite me in the ass.

    I'm still not sure whether I'd be 9w1 or 9w8 though. In my sig I think it says 9w8(sw8w7) just because I'm still oscillating between 9 and 8, but I liked how 9w1(sw8w9) looked too. Ignore the subwing stuff though as a lot of people don't buy into it, but basically I'm saying I'm between 9w1 and 9w8 still.

    I know some of you have probably seen this video before in the thread where universally everyone agreed I was ENFP, but here it is again for those who have not seen it and can't weigh in without knowing me more personally like @brainheart:

    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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