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    warm, personable, people person
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    While I used to be more of a stereotypical INTP as a child, as I've gotten older and my Fe has developed, I've actually been scoring INFP and INFJ on online tests. I don't think that means I've turned into a feeler, but the tests read me as such because of the greater balance in my cognitive functions. Or at least that's my theory. I also think having a strong 4 presence in my Enneagram tritype and being Sx dom make me appear like an INFP-ish INTP.

    --I'm no good at math and find it extremely boring.
    --I can dress myself, cook for myself, pay my own bills on time, etc., and I even get compliments on these things. (Well, for how I dress and how I cook, not so much for how I pay bills, lol.)
    --I can have very strong emotions, and when I do, I have trouble controlling them. For this reason, I don't like to be caught in public getting emotional, but when I'm at home, I wallow unabashedly.
    --I understand the social value of small talk, and I don't hate people for engaging in it.
    --Human psychology is one of my favorite subjects. I like it much better than the hard sciences.
    --I'm the one my friends come to for advice on their personal problems. Many people have told me independently that they consider me their "counselor" and that I should've been a therapist.
    --I love cute kittens, romantic movies, and daydreaming. I would rather read a fun fantasy novel than some dry text about physics any day.
    --In relationships, I've never had any complaints about showing affection. I'm very attentive and accommodating to a significant other, and I'm always trying to think of creative ways to make him happy.
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    Historically - taking myself too seriously.

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    I'm not drawn to systems of thought, belief or ideology.

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    Shooooot... just made a thread similar to this a few minutes ago. Probably should just delete it since it only has one post. :p

    I guess I'll just Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V to here...

    For me, as an ISFP, I'm

    -wwaaaaaayyyyyy more imaginative than the average ISFP. Like, it's to the point daydreaming becomes a hobby. Isn't that an xNxx thing? Like, I zone out, yet still am aware of my surroundings. I can still maneuver and do day to day things. I'm just doing chores while living in la-la land.
    -I'm attracted to ESTP's yet they don't seem to chase me. I though Socionics said that it was the other way around? Maybe it's just teenage hormones that messed it all up...
    -I feel like I could be a Judging if I really cared about myself. Like, if someone were to ask me, "Hey, it would benefit me a lot if you could clean your room" and I would do it right away to please them. But if I told myself, "Hey, it would be very beneficial if you cleaned your room." then I would just respond, "NAH! I'll do it later".
    -I like science. Why isn't a scientist recommended as an ideal career?
    -I actually like debates. I don't know... I find it interesting to understand a different point of view on something. It's only when the formal debate turns into a mentally-draining argument that I start running away.
    -I'm a Jack-of-All-Trades. Any other ISFP's a Jack-of-All-Trades or are they all specialists?

    I swear I wasn't trying to copy your thread. I just came across this one now... I'm so sorry for that!

    Edit: There's two posts now. >.< I should really stop procrastinating in deleting it... eh, I'll do it tomorrow...

    Edit 2: 9 posts... should I? I feel bad now... but.... um......... sorry?
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    While you're here reading this, yourself 50 years from now will regret it.
    Stop finding the light in this pitch black tunnel. It's probably heaven, hell, your problems stuffed into a vehicle about to ram you, or nothing but darkness. Try something else, like making your own light. You just need enough of the right resources and everything's clearer.
    Yes, you need rain to make a rainbow. But you also need light, and that's hard to forage when clouds fog the world above.

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    I generally get along well with other INTPs, but I can feel isolated by those who are overly fearful of their own emotions and/or can't tolerate or respond to emotion in others. Especially as I get older, I seem to be morphing into something of a T/F hybrid, although I don't believe that a person's fundamental type can actually change, so this is probably just a result of my Fe developing. Also, I think I'm kind of "fluffy" for an INTP because I love romance, fantasy worlds, cute animals, and all those other things that NTs are always picking on NFs for. I've never understood why my preference for having a rational, explicable basis for my values is supposed to mean that I have a disdain for beauty, magic, and love.
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    I tend to care too much about others. Even with other INTPs, if they are too harsh (that's generally linked with immaturity, but whatever) I tend to retreat.
    I've read that TP girls have a generally better grasp on their Fe than boys, since they grow with F peers (according to stats, Feelers among girls are supposed to make up for the three quarters of them).
    I don't think that it's so personal
    Anymore
    I don't think that it's irreversible
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    Sometimes I feel like I'm a sentimental trooper.

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    Such dishonor. My kin fell from grace after I found out I have emotions.

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    I'm rather disorganized, I love new experiences, and politically speaking I'm a fairly staunch leftist. I also work in social services. I know, I know, I'm a terrible ISTJ.
    "And the point is to live everything. Live the questions now."
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain curmudgeon View Post
    I'm rather disorganized, I love new experiences, and politically speaking I'm a fairly staunch leftist. I also work in social services. I know, I know, I'm a terrible ISTJ.
    hi.

    You do not seem ISTJ.

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