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    Hi, from what I understand, 9w1 have identity crisis but is less likely to be aware of it then the 4w5. The 9w1 will not bother people with it to avoid conflict and stay positive with others.

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    What would an INFP 4w3 be like in comparison to both?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nixie View Post
    What would an INFP 4w3 be like in comparison to both?
    Well, the 3 wing would make them far more like an ENFP than either.
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