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    9's don't fear conflict, they fear separation. If the 9 knows the bond between you is secure, or if the 9 simply doesn't care about the bond between you, they'll have no problem with conflict, or even getting nasty. Granted, there's some overlap since 9's often think separation will follow conflict, but it's far from the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hive View Post
    9's don't fear conflict, they fear separation. If the 9 knows the bond between you is secure, or if the 9 simply doesn't care about the bond between you, they'll have no problem with conflict, or even getting nasty. Granted, there's some overlap since 9's often think separation will follow conflict, but it's far from the same thing.
    This!! I actually came here to post this exact thing haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hive View Post
    9's don't fear conflict, they fear separation. If the 9 knows the bond between you is secure, or if the 9 simply doesn't care about the bond between you, they'll have no problem with conflict, or even getting nasty. Granted, there's some overlap since 9's often think separation will follow conflict, but it's far from the same thing.
    I have a 9 fix and it's the same for me. I avoid conflict with people who I don't know well and I don't know how secure or insecure the relationship is, but once I get comfortable with someone I can be a real pain in the ass, become overly critical and pushy even.

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    I got called too introspective for a 9 today which infuriated me. I hate how 4s and 5s are seen as the types that are above the other types when it comes to intellect or deepness. 9w8 is seen as dirt compared to other types as well as 6s, sadly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hive View Post
    9's don't fear conflict
    I fear the headache of getting into conflict. It can get messy sometimes and i'd rather not be around chaos.

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    6s are blindly trustful of systems and other people.

    Maybe this is true of some 6s. But we're called skeptics for a reason. A lot of that skepticism can be directed at things other 6s find comfort and security in.
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    The heroic and magnanimous aspects of E8s. I have zero interest in being a hero and magnanimous is so condescending to others.
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    The assumption that 9w8s lack in morale due to us having a 8 wing. The amount of 9w8s that are mistyped as 9w1s due to thinking that they are good people is outstanding.
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    The assumption that every 3 is a hot-shot. This may not be the case for sp first ones, generally.

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    The constant misunderstanding of the 1 type. Anyone who has OCD-ish tendencies or wants to right is supposedly a 1. 1s want to reform things - simple as that.

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