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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    Extraversion as it is defined by Jung doesn't refer to behavior in the first place. Extraverts are stimulated by the outside world, which means that they need interaction, wheter it is people or things. Introverts are the opposite. They are stimulated by the inside world. This may sound trivial, but it's that way broke down to its core elements. Now, Ne-doms can, according to reports get lost in their head, so they are somewhat in between.

    Asking people how they relate to that always seems to work. How would you feel after you spent a whole weekend completely alone? Would you feel drained or didn't notice it?

    I'll come back later to explain Fi and Ti. Googlw some descriptions.
    I wouldn't notice it because I'm accustomed to it, but I will feel quite despondent and disappointed. In fact, the deficiency of social interaction in my life has been worrying me recently, even to the point of depressing me.

    Here's the important question. Isn't browsing the internet a form of external stimulation? I recall that I used to be quite extroverted before I got introduced to the internet. My parents say that I would be reluctant to stay in my home back then.

    I don't even get the opportunity to understand whether I get stimulated in the company of people because of my immense social anxiety.

    I notice two people have voted for the 'INFP' option without stating any reasons. What do y'all think?

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    Actually, I did find myself relating to Ryuk while watching Death Note. Additionally, I related to L's idiosyncratic nature. The deadpan humor, especially.
    However, overall, I'm not sure what kind of characters I identify with.

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    Ryuk is ESxP I guess...

    L is INTP... If you are introverted and socially clumsy like L you may be an INTP... Do you feel anxiety though, increased heart rate, tightening and pressure in chest, hyperventilation etc...? Do you easily feel frightened, angry, irritated etc... or do you have flattened feelings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    Ryuk is ESxP I guess...

    L is INTP... If you are introverted and socially clumsy like L you may be an INTP... Do you feel anxiety though, increased heart rate, tightening and pressure in chest, hyperventilation etc...? Do you easily feel frightened, angry, irritated etc... or do you have flattened feelings?
    I'm definitely socially clumsy which, I assume, may have led to what I call my possible pseudo-introversion. Not sure about the rest, but anxiety? Absolutely. I can be easily irritated but not angry or frightened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Enigma View Post
    I'm definitely socially clumsy which, I assume, may have led to what I call my possible pseudo-introversion. Not sure about the rest, but anxiety? Absolutely. I can be easily irritated but not angry or frightened.
    What irritates you most of the time? How do you act when irritated? How do you cope with it? What's your flight response and your fight response?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    What irritates you most of the time? How do you act when irritated? How do you cope with it? What's your flight response and your fight response?
    A variety of factors, it would be futile to specify them.
    When irritated, I can become passive-aggressive and blunt. I can also be unusually assertive and highly critical of anything that irks me. I seldom exert my irritation physically.
    Well, it just fades away soon. I don't have to cope with it. If the feeling of irritation is being caused by something I cannot avoid, I just sulk and become absolutely pessimistic about my situation. I start thinking of everything wrong with the world.
    Hmmmm... not sure about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Enigma View Post
    A variety of factors, it would be futile to specify them.
    When irritated, I can become passive-aggressive and blunt. I can also be unusually assertive and highly critical of anything that irks me. I seldom exert my irritation physically.
    It's not futile... Just describe the last instance you become irritated... And how you reacted to it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    It's not futile... Just describe the last instance you become irritated... And how you reacted to it...
    Well, actually I did have a brief altercation with my sister last night where I did get irritated. We were watching V for Vendetta when we watched this sequence about a lesbian couple. My sister grimaced and whispered, "disgusting!". Well, I did get a little irritated at that and started arguing with her. Eventually, I had to stop when I realized she would be instigated to tell our parents about the situation and for some reason, I suspect my parents aren't too fond of the idea of homosexuality either. They're quite the traditionalists. I can't blame my sister, though. She's barely a child and she was brought up by a family of conventional beliefs. I'm the dark horse of my family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Enigma View Post
    Well, actually I did have a brief altercation with my sister last night where I did get irritated. We were watching V for Vendetta when we watched this sequence about a lesbian couple. My sister grimaced and whispered, "disgusting!". Well, I did get a little irritated at that and started arguing with her. Eventually, I had to stop when I realized she would be instigated to tell our parents about the situation and for some reason, I suspect my parents aren't too fond of the idea of homosexuality either. They're quite the traditionalists. I can't blame my sister, though. She's barely a child and she was brought up by a family of conventional beliefs. I'm the dark horse of my family.
    But what were you irritated with specifically in that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    But what were you irritated with specifically in that?
    Bigotry, I guess? Not that I'm accusing her of being a bigot. In fact, I think I kinda overdid it by arguing with her. It's not like she was directly criticizing them. I just think it's absurd for people to execrate people for being different. The reproduction argument is understandable, but the condemnation is unaccountable. It's not like they chose their sexual orientation. Think about it. The main reason why homosexuals are abhorred is because of the fact that it's considered inherently wrong by society. They have no reasonable excuse to abhor homosexuals. Convention. That's the problem. People cling on to fallacious beliefs of the past without question because they want to preserve their religion and tradition.

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