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Thread: ENTP vs INTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
    ENTP 4w5? lol
    Is it that ludicrous? I might be 5w4 instead but there's definitely 4 in my enneagram wing (which is why I often get the impression that I have Fi). Enneagram is still quite a foreign theory to me... I have been devouring Socionics lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Enigma View Post
    Is it that ludicrous?
    Yeah, I doubt it's even a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theDarkSide View Post
    Think you're getting lazy. Why didn't you ask him to take those tests?
    It feels like cheating

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy Conduit View Post
    Damn, why do you ISTPs and INTJs look so much alike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    lol all nerds wear glasses regardless of type, and anyone can potentially wear them! This is the most ridiculous comment I've seen.

    My mum is an ESFJ and she wears glasses for driving, whereas my ISTJ dad has 20/20 vision.
    Everybody knows ENTPs don't wear glasses, duh.

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    Well, how does ENTP 5w4 sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Enigma View Post
    Well, how does ENTP 5w4 sound?
    That sounds like a Ti-dominant type. IxTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    That sounds like a Ti-dominant type. IxTP.
    Close enough. Besides, I did say that if I'm an ENTP, I'm probably the Ti subtype. Also, I still don't understand why ENTP and 4 is not a plausible combination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Enigma View Post
    Close enough. Besides, I did say that if I'm an ENTP, I'm probably the Ti subtype. Also, I still don't understand why ENTP and 4 is not a plausible combination.
    FOUR
    INTENSE CREATIVE
    The Need to Be Special

    Brief Overview: FOURs are feeling-based types who often experience a sense of longing and melancholy. Something is missing for them, which can lead to a quest for wholeness through romantic idealism, healing, or aesthetics. When they compare themselves to others, FOURs experience feelings of envy. They seek meaning and depth in their relationships, their work, or in a quest for personal creativity. Many FOURs are artists who excel at expressing universal human emotions in dance, music, and poetry. While they seek to have a good image, it’s most important for them to be authentic. Often passionate, sometimes overly emotional, their attention moves back and forth from empathizing with others to their own inner experience. They need time alone. The key to healing and growth for FOURs is to balance sadness with the capacity for happiness and satisfaction, even if the relationship or the experience seems flawed or incomplete.

    Directional Descriptor: Withdrawn ideal-seeker

    Strengths: Compassionate, idealistic, emotional depth

    Problems: Moody, withdrawn, uncooperative

    Speaking Style: Sometimes warm and emotive, sometimes flat and dry; they tend to be subjective, and they try to be aesthetically correct; often a tone of sadness or dissatisfaction

    Disintegration: Envy or melancholy arising from the experience of disappointment or deficiency

    Integration: Equanimity, which means keeping the heart open, welcoming all feelings yet staying in balance (contentment)

    Psychological Defenses: FOURs use the defense mechanism of introjection to avoid being ordinary and to maintain a self image of being “authentic” (introjection is the attempt to overcome deficiency by bringing in value from outside oneself as well as the habit of internalizing blame for what goes wrong)

    Somatic Patterns: FOURs tend to swing from contact to withdrawal, from having lots of feelings that spill out into the environment to becoming resigned and depressed. Their energy often collects in the middle of the body and can be withdrawn from the periphery (eyes, hands, and feet). Self-expression through music, dance, writing, creative work or parenting helps create an emotional flow and a balanced state.
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