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    Well socionics says that Ni dom's weak unconscious inferior function is Se, so it is what we seek out. Hence the balancing or compliment to each type. Or why they are called duality for Ni dom, well semi duality depending on the aux strong conscience function, either Fe or Te.

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    I find easy/natural friendships with them, as a rule. They generally take you at face value - in the best sense. Way less projection than with most other people. They are usually quite candid communicators, so you know where you stand with them. Don't need to gloss over stuff; you can be candid right back. Not usually hung up on petty stuff others are inclined to pass judgment over; pretty "live and let live". Yes, that's refreshing.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    I am really craving Se action right now... especially to go on some adventures with an STP for the same reason.
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    The OP is not even a real post lol

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    Se doms are fun for short periods of time. Enough is enough though. Actually some of them can be mellow and then I enjoy their company but if they're not it can be extremely overwhelming, and this is coming from someone with Se high in their stack.
    Life is a work of art.

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    then you're probably a mistyped ISFP as are most supposed INFPs

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    Shucks...
    With all due respect,
    The Cat.

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    I made the stars align
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    And you made me the bad guy
    I fought for you
    I kept you safe at night
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    And you made me the bad guy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleuthiness View Post
    Really more of a gradually escalating craving, but after studying for years and learning deeper appreciation for each type's language, I'm starting to act on dom Se when in its presence. The absence of expectations, the inherent acceptance calms me down like one of those Thundershirts.

    What's your take on dom Se?
    I understand what you're saying here. I often feel like there's a lot of value to Si, and could understand wanting to cultivate that function in myself. But I also know that introverted sensing is not really how I do things innately. When I've taken an interest in a function that's outside of my own preferences, I'm doing it with an eye to understanding my own blindspots and how to ameliorate those. I'm never going to be all that great at introverted sensing, but if I can define what I feel is valuable about it, I can typically find other ways to those qualities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Up Rex View Post
    I understand what you're saying here. I often feel like there's a lot of value to Si, and could understand wanting to cultivate that function in myself. But I also know that introverted sensing is not really how I do things innately. When I've taken an interest in a function that's outside of my own preferences, I'm doing it with an eye to understanding my own blindspots and how to ameliorate those. I'm never going to be all that great at introverted sensing, but if I can define what I feel is valuable about it, I can typically find other ways to those qualities.
    Long story short, you're an ENTJ
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    I lurve the Se-doms in my life

    Good, fun bunch. A little disorganized in their private lives, but always pushing ahead
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
    ― Woodrow Wilson
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