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    Protein/fat/carbohydrates/nutrients, sleeping, exercise. Sometimes people energize me too. Being outside. Creating things. Dancing. People saying nice things to me.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    A nice fiber fueled breakfast.

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    I regain my strength by having enough alone time to regain a sense of inner coherence. When I'm around people and interacting in the world, there are so many underlying signals, most of which are fragments of information, and I get overloaded. It is like having my mind filled with a massive, detailed collage that was thrown together by external forces. It makes me feel stressed because I absorb more data than is necessary to interact in real time. Alone time gives me a chance to reflect, form connections, make sense of the chaos, or dismiss fragments that cannot form into any larger picture.
    It's entirely possible and realistic to live your life in such a way that you don't accidentally rape people. ME
    The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool. FEYNMAN
    If this is monkey pee, you're on your own.SCULLY
    You have to let the metaphysical guy chase you. ABIGAIL

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    In that case, I am no pure introvert. Or I am ignoring the over-heating...
    Or your interactions and activities are mild enough to not bother you.

    And really, introversion isn't 100% the only factor in this. I also think it's F/T (at least for the social interaction) and N/S in part as well. The most introverted normally seem to be INTX while the least are ESFX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annwn View Post
    I regain my strength by having enough alone time to regain a sense of inner coherence. When I'm around people and interacting in the world, there are so many underlying signals, most of which are fragments of information, and I get overloaded. It is like having my mind filled with a massive, detailed collage that was thrown together by external forces. It makes me feel stressed because I absorb more data than is necessary to interact in real time. Alone time gives me a chance to reflect, form connections, make sense of the chaos, or dismiss fragments that cannot form into any larger picture.
    Exactly. We run defrag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    Exactly. We run defrag.
    Yes. It can also be likened to a signal-to-noise problem.

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