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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Here's another good test:

    Are you interested in reading a forum topic called "What are the different effects of reversed process pairs?"

    A) Why yes, that sounds fascinating. I would like to read this and then perhaps journal my thoughts on it.

    B) Not unless the "pairs" we're talking about are in the boob area.

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    A) INFP
    B) ISFP

    Glad I could help.
    Hmm... According to this test, I'm INFP.

    By the way Jeffster, I was wondering (just of plain curiosity), how important is personal growth to you on a 1-10 scale?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flush View Post
    Hmm... According to this test, I'm INFP.
    See, you could've saved yourself some time if you'd come to me first. More people should realize that.

    By the way Jeffster, I was wondering (just of plain curiosity), how important is personal growth to you on a 1-10 scale?
    What do you mean by personal growth?
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    My guess for you Flush is INFP and ennegram 5w4.

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    I havent read any post here, so I apology, if I say anything that has been said before.

    Just wanted to say that you have to see the one special function namely N or S in combination with the other three. If you read some personality descriptions about infp and isfp, you will figure out that these are two completly different characters.

    Guess these descriptions would be the best way to start with ones search

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    What do you mean by personal growth?
    Well, growing as a person. I just thought it would be interesting to compare since it's so important to me. I constantly try to think of ways to "improve" and be a better person, to mature.

    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I havent read any post here, so I apology, if I say anything that has been said before.

    Just wanted to say that you have to see the one special function namely N or S in combination with the other three. If you read some personality descriptions about infp and isfp, you will figure out that these are two completly different characters.

    Guess these descriptions would be the best way to start with ones search
    Here's the silly thing. I'm absolutely aware of that and I've been spending great amounts of time reading about the functions and how they interact with each other. I've read several descriptions of each of them in order to be able to spot them IRL and to make sure that I actually am INFP, as I've tested so many times.
    BUT this whole N/S thing was just a stupid feeling that came out of nowhere, and since then I've been reading every ISFP and Se description with a huge confirmation bias. I had nothing concrete (by that I mean something obvious in my personality) that I could link to Se, just this feeling. And to get rid of it I thought I'd post here to here it from you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flush View Post
    Well, growing as a person. I just thought it would be interesting to compare since it's so important to me. I constantly try to think of ways to "improve" and be a better person, to mature.

    Hmmmm..I dunno how to put that on a scale, exactly. Seems kinda abstract. But really, I DO think that's important to do, but I definitely don't do it constantly like you say you do. I think more often I think of what better actions I could take when a certain similar situation comes up again. Now, a great deal of the time, I end up not doing the better action and ending up in the same place as before but I do try to think of things like that. I think I have matured in many ways, especially being a father. I take that responsibility seriously, so I do evaluate myself as a father, probably close to every day. Hopefully that answered your question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flush View Post
    snip...
    You sir, are definately an INFP.

    Always thinking, always looking deeper. Those two things are the prime hallmarks of the traditional (if there can be such a thing) INFP. I know it, because I'm constantly within my own head, always thinking, always connecting more dots to more dots.

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    INFP.

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    Your post was like me reading about me
    INFP

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