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  1. Bioplasmoid
    08-18-2015 03:13 AM
    Bioplasmoid commented on The rescuer/rescuee relationship
    If only there were more others like you in the world today in terms of attempting to rescue expecting nothing in return. I hope things improve with your own disability as you put it. Nice post.
  2. InnVersion
    08-11-2015 06:55 AM
    InnVersion commented on Am I possibly an F?
    Great comment
  3. AesSedai
    08-03-2015 12:34 PM
    AesSedai commented on A fishy tale
    LOL!
  4. yes
    07-31-2015 06:13 AM
    yes commented on Game of Thrones MBTI types
    I hope I didn't come off as insuling! I didn't intend any such thing. In my last post I was actually trying to withdraw a bit by pointing out that a rearead/rewatch might change what I think about the character.
  5. Highbinder
    07-24-2015 05:21 AM
    Highbinder commented on Are people in high school really that mean?
    Are ethics actually a form of rational reasoning?
  6. Whoops
    07-21-2015 01:47 PM
    Whoops commented on Mental Illness and Your SO
  7. CreepyCrawly
    07-16-2015 06:44 AM
    CreepyCrawly
    I can follow that, and I agree that the guys in all of those specific cases were being a douche to you because of primal impulses. That's regrettable, but it doesn't make "checking out tits -> owner of tits is irrelevant as human being" a universal rule. As you yourself said, it's contextual, based on a whole lot of nonverbal cues, whether it's okay to check them out – which is what I was getting at in the first place. I agree that it's usually just dumb guys being creeps, but not always – and since men in general are very, very fond of tits, there's going to be a lot of cases in which the woman isn't offended.

    It's hard to organise my thoughts on this one; it's not exactly a thing I've discussed before. In summary: I agree with you that it's very often a creepy thing to do, but I took issue with the absolutist way in which you made your statement. I hope that makes sense.

    edit: I appreciate that you didn't become overly defensive as people tend to when their reasoning is questioned, by the way.
  8. CreepyCrawly
    A few points: first off, I was referring exclusively to the thing I quoted. OP of the thread is... well, I don't have anything nice to say about him. Secondly, you may be trying to help the heterosexual male crowd, of which I'm not part. Thirdly, your rationale presupposes a lot of things that I have not said nor implied. Therefore, I can't really respond holistically to it, since there's a whole lot of communicative mismatch going on. In essence: Some women like it when guys look at their tits. Just because you don't, that doesn't mean you represent the majority, or that your opinion is objective truth. Personally, I don't stare at tits because I find it rather an unsophisticated thing to do, but YMMV on whether it's worthwhile.

    Addendum: Checking out someone's tits is not equivalent to rejecting them as a person. That statement is probably wholly, completely absurd, and I would love to explain to you exactly how, so if you don't mind, I'd like you to walk me through your train of thought on that one.
  9. Zsych
    07-04-2015 02:06 AM
    Zsych commented on Test Your Problemsolving
    Good job.
  10. oberonblue
    06-30-2015 12:03 AM
    oberonblue commented on The Social Impact of Gay Marriage
    Thank you for voicing the Truth I always seemed to know. *golfclap*
  11. Zsych
    06-16-2015 04:40 AM
    Zsych
    Sometimes, being able to pull off a 20% improvement through various means, is better than 0% improvement. Beliefs that promote action are better than those that don't, because without action, there definitely is no improvement.

    Maybe your experiments help, maybe they don't... Maybe you just learn some things that help you create value when you're not having an episode... Which is still perfectly fine... If you can develop alternate ways to add more to other people's lives.

    Like say, you cook something amazing once a week unexpectedly when you can... I'm sure your family would appreciate an unexpected delight periodically (Yes, I know that I came up with a "cook food" idea, it was the first thing that came to mind as something that could be done in a couple of good hours )

    --

    Maybe you should look for things that can be done incrementally, as you have good periods... Like writing a book (but not, because there is no guarantee that those sell). But nevertheless, things that can be done incrementally.
  12. Zsych
    06-15-2015 05:54 AM
    Zsych
    I wonder... There's a technique for learning lucid dreaming... A regular, habitual recheck that you're not dreaming currently... The idea being to have that habit enough, that you will end up rechecking even in your dreams.

    I wonder if a technique like that, doing a periodic status check of your emotions (and forming new habits to take it to a calm and good place), would help you (the lucid dreaming thing would be fun too - its always fun when you can take control of your dreams)
  13. murazar
    06-15-2015 01:06 AM
    murazar commented on Any NT types work as Psychotherapists?
    Sadly critical thinking is going out of style.
  14. Zsych
    06-14-2015 10:59 PM
    Zsych
    Do I remember you saying that you do periodic review / breakdown analysis of most past events?
  15. Desertstorm
    06-14-2015 09:32 PM
    Desertstorm commented on Why are they still giving prozac to people?
    This won't be accepted common knowledge for 30 more years. I feel your pain, my mother has lupus and she's dying but she doesn't stop moving for two reasons. 1. Shecwill feel the pain and nothing else if she stops and two others would judge her as lazy and a socially acceptable form of munchausen because they don't fucking understand.
  16. Zsych
    06-14-2015 06:58 PM
    Zsych
    Talking to someone who may be experiencing mania / depression... I think it may be an N style, dream / reality separation problem... In theory, you can do amazing things and could achieve amazing things. In practice, you have to take incremental steps forward... And even if you really can achieve amazing things, your brain's estimate of how much effort it should require and how close you are (because its so easy to imagine, and your mind can't always separate imagination and reality), can be quite off.

    (Have to keep emotions in a place where you're not too excited, and retain the will to keep putting in effort to accomplish things - preferably including the small intermediate goals... and just the small goals)
  17. Amore
    06-11-2015 10:54 AM
    Amore commented on Sharing personal stuff on INTJforum
    Good points!
  18. The Dan Keizer
    06-11-2015 03:58 AM
    The Dan Keizer commented on I garbage picked a piano.
    Thanks!
  19. AOA
    06-08-2015 10:15 PM
    AOA commented on Gossiping, and why you should do it.
    I could not agree more with your post.
  20. Smacknrat
    06-08-2015 08:31 PM
    Smacknrat
    Glad to here you're doing well. I enjoy your posts.

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