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    Hi

    I had the exact same dilemma and thought I was EII for a while. I came away from typology communities and figured it out without anyone influencing me. It helped to talk it through with my husband as he knows me best.

    MBTI and socionics are two different and imperfect systems. I happen to be SiFe in both, but many SEIs can type as ISFP and even INFP in mbti. Don't worry if you're not the "same" type in both.
    ISFJ - 2w1 - SEI

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    16types seems to be populated mostly by boring teens and boring early 20 somethings trying to compete over who can come across as edgiest online. Not sure how much stock I'd put in their typings.

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    About SEI and EII differences , I have close friends who is SEI. He is male SEI too. Although , SEI doesn't like confront and conflict. Coz , his Se isn't valued. But , he has good As and he can does handle Se environment which are fast and aggressive. Mine is EII. Coz , I have PoLR Se. I can't handle Se environment too. My best friend who SEE said " You should confront others to protect yourself. " But I can't lol.

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