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    Quote Originally Posted by Hexcoder View Post
    7/9 combination is interesting to me. I almost wish I was more like 7 than 5 or 6 sometimes...but then again, I'm not one to be discontent with what I am / have*. The grass isn't greener on the other side, the left isn't better it's just different than the right, both have their pros and cons. Nevertheless, it's an interesting combination because they're positivity triad, I imagine 7+9 = chill af and not reactive whatsoever.

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    *"I'm not one to be discontent with what I am / have"
    ...since I strive to become whatever I need to be and am able to see the good and bad in both, thus I accept my own battles. (I don't mean contentment as in complacency, in other words.)
    Ya, I get ya. Sometimes I say I wish I could be this type or that, but in reality, all I want to do is just experience it for a moment to see what seeing the world through that perspective would be like and thus, how my thoughts and perceptions would change, even if just slightly. But no, I don’t ever truly wish I were some other type.

    But ya, umm, 7 and 9...ya, I’m pretty much as you summed up “chill af and not reactive” hahaha. Could partly be due to the fact that I grew up in CA and at least where I grew up, there was generally a lot of chill. Nature vs nurture, whatever you believe, I’m sure that had an influence as well. I would also say I don’t, well it’s like SUPER rare, that I genuinely get pissed at someone or anything really. Anger is rather foreign to me. Frustration and confusion though...there’s a LOT of that going on haha, like “uhh...whhhyyy is this person doing this??” Sorta thing, like I rationally cannot understand why or how they’ve come to a conclusion or something. If anything, the strongest sense of disgust or like negativity I can feel (since anger isn’t really felt) is feeling trapped or tied down, emotionally speaking. One of the worst feelings I know of for me, and something I try to resolve ASAP, is whenever I feel myself starting to feel emotionally claustrophobic. Ugh...just thinking about that feel is giving me the creeps 😬
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    Ya, I get ya. Sometimes I say I wish I could be this type or that, but in reality, all I want to do is just experience it for a moment to see what seeing the world through that perspective would be like and thus, how my thoughts and perceptions would change, even if just slightly. But no, I don’t ever truly wish I were some other type.

    But ya, umm, 7 and 9...ya, I’m pretty much as you summed up “chill af and not reactive” hahaha. Could partly be due to the fact that I grew up in CA and at least where I grew up, there was generally a lot of chill. Nature vs nurture, whatever you believe, I’m sure that had an influence as well. I would also say I don’t, well it’s like SUPER rare, that I genuinely get pissed at someone or anything really. Anger is rather foreign to me. Frustration and confusion though...there’s a LOT of that going on haha, like “uhh...whhhyyy is this person doing this??” Sorta thing, like I rationally cannot understand why or how they’ve come to a conclusion or something. If anything, the strongest sense of disgust or like negativity I can feel (since anger isn’t really felt) is feeling trapped or tied down, emotionally speaking. One of the worst feelings I know of for me, and something I try to resolve ASAP, is whenever I feel myself starting to feel emotionally claustrophobic. Ugh...just thinking about that feel is giving me the creeps 😬


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hexcoder View Post
    7/9 combination is interesting to me. I almost wish I was more like 7 than 5 or 6 sometimes...but then again, I'm not one to be discontent with what I am / have*. The grass isn't greener on the other side, the left isn't better it's just different than the right, both have their pros and cons. Nevertheless, it's an interesting combination because they're positivity triad, I imagine 7+9 = chill af and not reactive whatsoever.
    So much emotional disconnect and avoidance, it's ridiculous. It's normal for something terrible to happen to me and not feel anything about it until I suddenly have a random emotional breakdown weeks, months, or even years later, and then completely forget I felt anything about it again after I'm done in a couple hours. It's really weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avocado View Post
    So a 974 would ignore, then try to escape, then dramatically moan in self-pity?


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    I can't say that I noticed some special concentration of 9s. Which are one of the more common types actually from what I have seen.

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