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    Destroyer of Souls Lord Lavender's Avatar
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    What do ya all think of my ENFP 3w4/4w3 typing

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    this call is bein taped asynartetic's Avatar
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    @Stigmata

    Alpha NT, not ILI, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    It's fluid, kiddo. We develop. To claim you see more X, Y or Z in a person is fine but that doesn't make it their type. Case in point - a bunch of us were in a thread years ago and the discussion was about kids not showing up for music practice at school. I'm the ENTJ, but I'm not the one who sounded like the hard ass. My position was if the kids weren't passionate about being there for the music, then they shouldn't even be there to begin with. You don't beat kids into liking something. Guess who did sound like a hard ass in the thread? The ENFP, who was a buddy of mine. I used to tease her that she sounded like a goddamn control freak but what I liked most about her was, her consciousness of it. She used to say she had a "baby STJ" inside her. And she did. She'd bop all over the forum bonking people on the head with her hammer. I miss her. She was really into theory, far more than most ENFPs around here.
    Interesting. When I first read this I thought I'd be closer to your stance which most people would think was the typical ENFP stance. But I'd actually count as another ENFP who would push them to stay.

    I stopped music earlier than I would've liked in hindsight, and my parents made a fuss but not enough to stop me quitting and doing more sport instead. So as a parent I'd probably push them to keep going for the sake of the future. It's so much easier to learn these skills when you are young than sit here as an adult saying you wish you had. I think I'd still be careful not to push them too much and make them hate it though.

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    thread so insulting
    To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
    ~ Elbert Hubbard

    Music provides one of the clearest examples of a much deeper relation between mathematics and human experience.
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    semi-permeable Peter Deadpan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    thread so insulting
    Perfect.
    dead·pan
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    adjective: deliberately impassive or expressionless.

    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯




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    We're probably all mistyped, in some way or another, due to subconscious bias, subjective understandings of typology, differing personality models and rampant misinformation abound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turi View Post
    We're probably all mistyped, in some way or another, due to subconscious bias, subjective understandings of typology, differing personality models and rampant misinformation abound.
    And the fact that MBTI is more or less garbage. It goes something like:


    1. Myers and Briggs create questionnaire to help indicate psychological preferences.
    2. People on internet forums decide it means something greater than it actually does.
    3. People on internet forum think posters that seem similar must answer the questionnaire the same way.
    4. People on internet forum decide they can answer the questionnaire for other posters better than the poster themself could. (because you totally know a stranger after a small amount of text based interaction)

    You might ask why I stay on a forum that is built around garbage. The main answer is I like some of the people and conversation on here.

    I also find it fascinating that there are people who can reduce humanity to 16 personality types and then look for it to solve interpersonal problems, like saying do I do this for this type. The greatest thing I've learnt from this forum is diversity of thought, values and approach. You can't assume others think the same way as you or value the same things as you, nor can you assume that because people have some things in common they will have all things in common. The best way to understand someone is still good old fashioned communication and socialisation (or stalking them on social media if you struggle with that).
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    Destroyer of Souls Lord Lavender's Avatar
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    What does everyone think of my current typing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Lavender View Post
    What does everyone think of my current typing?
    No misspelled words, so you're fine.
    Even the lowest whisper can be heard—over armies—when it's telling the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turi View Post
    We're probably all mistyped, in some way or another, due to subconscious bias, subjective understandings of typology, differing personality models and rampant misinformation abound.
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueScreen View Post
    And the fact that MBTI is more or less garbage. It goes something like:


    1. Myers and Briggs create questionnaire to help indicate psychological preferences.
    2. People on internet forums decide it means something greater than it actually does.
    3. People on internet forum think posters that seem similar must answer the questionnaire the same way.
    4. People on internet forum decide they can answer the questionnaire for other posters better than the poster themself could. (because you totally know a stranger after a small amount of text based interaction)

    You might ask why I stay on a forum that is built around garbage. The main answer is I like some of the people and conversation on here.

    I also find it fascinating that there are people who can reduce humanity to 16 personality types and then look for it to solve interpersonal problems, like saying do I do this for this type. The greatest thing I've learnt from this forum is diversity of thought, values and approach. You can't assume others think the same way as you or value the same things as you, nor can you assume that because people have some things in common they will have all things in common. The best way to understand someone is still good old fashioned communication and socialisation (or stalking them on social media if you struggle with that).
    Yeah MBTI can take a hike
    Everything will be okay in the end. If it's not okay, it's not the end. - John Lennon

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