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Type Me: Round 3

Vendrah

Never-retiring Millenial
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I took it again (all this time later, haha) and got ENP. :ROFLMAO: Perhaps the mystery is getting closer to being solved? And by the way, I'm not quoting you to bother you or squeeze more info out of you; rather I'm just trying to show you I do have some follow-through when it comes to this stuff. I re-read stuff from time to time and I think I understand you and @Legion better. Did I ever say how much I appreciated your help? 'Cause I do :whistle:
Oh, you're welcome!

I've been advancing a bit but my answer on the other thread, as average/balanced type for the moment and that you are in a position to be softly any type you want and that it may be hard to separate what is a trauma reaction and what is really your personality remains, even though as far as I know average type is not related with any particular trauma or personality disorder at all.

The only news is that in fact MBTI changes over-time, with this having to do with an actual brain development, so using your kid you as a type doesn't work because there is a part of the brain (Im forgetting the name, I think its frontal lobe) and ENFP kid is pretty normal even though about half of people who score as ENFP at 10-15 years old imminently don't score as ENFP at their 30's and a little bit less at their 20's. The graph has been lost on both INFJ forum and here sadly, but I recall that info because I sort of was the ENFP/ESFP E7 kid.
 

awbro

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ISFJ
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so/sp
The only news is that in fact MBTI changes over-time, with this having to do with an actual brain development, so using your kid you as a type doesn't work because there is a part of the brain (Im forgetting the name, I think its frontal lobe) and ENFP kid is pretty normal even though about half of people who score as ENFP at 10-15 years old imminently don't score as ENFP at their 30's and a little bit less at their 20's. The graph has been lost on both INFJ forum and here sadly, but I recall that info because I sort of was the ENFP/ESFP E7 kid.
Yessiree!.

Yeah, I've heard the "kid MBTI" thing doesn't work a lot from several sources. It seems like a good idea on the surface because it seems so psychological, so natural in that way, but it actually causes more difficulty than it's worth (it seems).

I don't think I've necessarily experienced much trauma. More like, I overreacted to people's reactions to me. For the most part. And yeah, I get (or think I get) what you mean by people being able to mimic whatever type and be whatever type. Tricky.
 

Vendrah

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I don't think I've necessarily experienced much trauma. More like, I overreacted to people's reactions to me. For the most part. And yeah, I get (or think I get) what you mean by people being able to mimic whatever type and be whatever type. Tricky.
No, I don't mean any people neither every people, I mean you specifically and some people.
 
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