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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamato Nadeshiko View Post
    IEI or EIE?
    Idk, I haven't got that far yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    I think you have Fe but with Ni because you relate to the past aspect of Si in mbti, but not the physical sensation aspect of Si in socionoics. Ni in socionics focuses on time in general. I'm not a socionics expert, but I just know that you don't fit the socionics definition of si.


    While I'm on this thread I'l share my opinions with others.

    @theforsaken ISFJ

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    I repped, but it might make more sense to ask here too. Socionics ISFp (thus socionics SiFe), socionics ISFj (thus FiSe), mbti ISFJ, or both? [I ask because I think socionics vs mbti definitions of cog functions are very different in a few cases, thus I'm pretty sure I type differently in both, though I don't bother with socionics]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    While I'm on this thread I'l share my opinions with others.

    @OrangeAppled ISFP
    I suppose this gives me the opportunity to talk about myself....so I'll play. Why?

    After reading @cascadeco 's reply, it seems necessary to clarify if this is MBTI (letter dichotomies), Jungian types, or Socionics.
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    @Anaximander I found this at PerC:

    It's personality disorders based on loops:



    ^ I didn't write the comment of Victor so don't be offended victor, I just copied pasta.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    @Anaximander I found this at PerC:

    It's personality disorders based on loops:



    ^ I didn't write the comment of Victor so don't be offended victor, I just copied pasta.
    Got caught up reading about NPD and ESFJ/ENTP and thought, "holy shit, that's my Dad"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    I found this at PerC:

    It's personality disorders based on loops:






    ^ I didn't write the comment of Victor so don't be offended victor, I just copied pasta.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    ENFP/ESTJ: Ne/Te or Te/Ne--Borderline Personality Disorder. The ENFP I described above may have been one of these types. They simultaneously desire to control and dazzle others with their extraordinary leadership and grandiose performances. For the ENFP, this tends to take the form of insisting on consistent, scheduled attention from others for his/her artistic or creative gifts, while for the ESTJ it tends to manifest itself in terms of indignation when others refuse to follow every detail of the user's "visionary" leadership style. This combination, ironically, makes the user extremely dependent upon others for meaning, never really finding a sense of internal balance, no matter how hard he works to create and delegate. While Te leads these types to desire structure and discipline, Ne continually contradicts it by insisting on impulsive displays of creative freedom. Often self-denigrating over the inability to control Ne's impulsive explorations, Te will go to any lengths to keep the user in a position of power and influence, where others must defer to his authority. If Fi/Si were doing its job, these types would recognize that what they're looking for cannot be found outside themselves--they must learn to sometimes live for themselves and only themselves, and forget about external results for a moment.
    This explains so much, holy shit. If only I saw this when I briefly thought I was an ExTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I suppose this gives me the opportunity to talk about myself....so I'll play. Why?

    After reading @cascadeco 's reply, it seems necessary to clarify if this is MBTI (letter dichotomies), Jungian types, or Socionics.
    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I repped, but it might make more sense to ask here too. Socionics ISFp (thus socionics SiFe), socionics ISFj (thus FiSe), mbti ISFJ, or both? [I ask because I think socionics vs mbti definitions of cog functions are very different in a few cases, thus I'm pretty sure I type differently in both, though I don't bother with socionics]
    I was meaning mbti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    I was meaning mbti.
    okay....so the "why" still stands.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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