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    also known as Chry Terralynn's Avatar
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    Because descriptions of Sp by itself don't seem to allow you to be intense, deep, and interesting, and only appear basic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terralynn View Post
    Because descriptions of Sp by itself don't seem to allow you to be intense, deep, and interesting, and only appear basic.
    I don't get why people want to make other types appear so shallow and basic. Wait I actually I do know, it's becuase being human is their only attribute, and they are narcs, so they want to be above others.

    Anyway, it can happen with all types. People see SO I think as shallow and sp as materialistic (this part is true, but it's not all they are).

    I always thought it was having deep connections with others, or well focusing on that. The other instincts are deep in other ways. So wants to make the world a better place, and SP wants to better themselves.

    Obviously not every thinks SX is the only deep one, but with negativity bias, it is easier for newcomers to see the negative things about SO and SP that they pick SX. I'm sure plenty of SX types are real though. Idk I guess typology could be a good way to connect with others.
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    Don't touch me. Peter Deadpan's Avatar
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    I don't think this is even true. The mix doesn't seem that disproportionate to me. Lots of mistypes though.
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