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Thread: Type Frosty

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    INFP so/sp 9w1-6w7-4w5
    least sure about the heart fix, but ya i think you're an Fi-user that can be mistaken for an Fe-user because you're social dominant and a 9. don't get the ISFP thing at all, i think you very clearly use Ne/Si. and blatant 9w1 imo, but i guess everyone agrees.
    Yeah I dont especially get the se typing tbh either. I mean, I suppose that I have a tendency to show my feelings through body language- if I am nervous I get kinda twitchy and socially when I am uncomfortable I have a tendency to physically shrink- and while I know that se second is more than THAT- I just dont really get where/how else I use Se.

    I am surprised I am not getting more IXFJ typings tbh. Last time I made one of these its like IXFJ was this threads ISFP. And I can believe IXFJ, either isfj or infj, for me probably over ISFP
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    I really don't know. I don't think I know Frosty all too well. Only that Frosty is cheery online, but could be and organised engineer offline. Miss bossy. I always thought ISTJ. My thumb suck guess. Do they call you girly and bossy at the same time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    I really don't know. I don't think I know Frosty all too well. Only that Frosty is cheery online, but could be and organised engineer offline. Miss bossy. I always thought ISTJ. My thumb suck guess. Do they call you girly and bossy at the same time?
    No to both girly and bossy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    No to both girly and bossy
    Maybe it is a good thing to be more than one type. Showing growth, I don't think type should be your only type forever.

    I test ENTP these days at least now I know what to ask for from a therapist, since it is well known. And treatable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Maybe it is a good thing to be more than one type. Showing growth, I don't think type should be your only type forever.

    I test ENTP these days at least now I know what to ask for from a therapist, since it is well known. And treatable.
    I mean I wouldnt mind being an ISTJ- whatever type I am overall Im just me. Ive just honestly never been girly or bossy. If anything Im the opposite of both of those things irl. Always been a tomboy and have always been pretty passive, non-confrontational, and felt that people should be free to do things their own way.

    Also Im not sure how you can even be more than 1 type. Tbh it doesnt really make sense, development of tert function sure- a complete change in cognitive stacking- just... eh. Idk if I believe thats possible.

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    Be e..x..c..e..l..l..e..n..t to each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    I mean I wouldnt mind being an ISTJ- whatever type I am overall Im just me. Ive just honestly never been girly or bossy. If anything Im the opposite of both of those things irl. Always been a tomboy and have always been pretty passive, non-confrontational, and felt that people should be free to do things their own way.

    Also Im not sure how you can even be more than 1 type. Tbh it doesnt really make sense, development of tert function sure- a complete change in cognitive stacking- just... eh. Idk if I believe thats possible.
    Actually, it does make sense... Reinforcing @chubber .

    One is not necessarily can introvert or extravert, but can be an ambivert.

    Function-speaking, one might lack aux. or lack any preference for a function.

    This is considered as existent in Jung terms (the explanation is long) and with data (in general, all dimensions tends towards a normal distribution). When you get to the tests, only something like 10-20% of people are "clear" in all 4 dimensions. In my Jungian typology test, only something around 30% got a type with primary, secondary and attitude type. Taking into account the enneagram x MBTI combo and a bit of Big 5, I believe that only about 40% of people are more or less a good fit into a MBTI type (aka have a Big 5 score that is relatively similar & have an enneagram that is a common combo).

    As @mancino said privately, things are more of a continuum which 'we' split into discreet categories - 'we' categorize a bunch of different things into a single line - like logical, reasonable, etc.. on thinking for example. But things are more nuanced and they are more of a continuum - there is not really a clear point where one type ends and the other starts, with a good bunch of people in-between.

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    Well Frosty, you are the type of person with a good heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Well Frosty, you are the type of person with a good heart.
    Awwwnnnn, beautiful!

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