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  1. Judecca
    02-26-2015 05:07 PM
    Judecca commented on I hate this fucking forum and I am OUT
    can you elaborate?
  2. Kisai
    02-25-2015 10:09 PM
    I don't identify as INTJ or any MBTI type.
  3. jndiii
    02-19-2015 11:26 AM
    I recommend seriously researching your enneagram type, and figure out your paths of integration/disintegration. The 9 type is the only one that "looks calm" pretty much up and down the spectrum. The other types only look calm if there on the high end of integration. Unlike the other four dichotomies, your limbic nature is more likely the result of unresolved issues that you have. Those issues end up being "buttons" that other people can "press", whether on purpose or by accident.

    A type 5 will tend to withdraw from people in order to avoid the button-pushing. A type 9 like me instead learns to disconnect the external buttons from our underlying issues. Hence a typical 9 problem is explosive anger from suffering far too many button pushes to be tolerated, but until that point, none of the button-pushing yields a reaction. Thus the 9 strategy is along the lines of "No, you are not allowed to make me upset" which works especially well on bullies, who are entertained by their victim's pain.
  4. jndiii
    02-19-2015 02:40 AM
    jndiii commented on What is my type?
    Thank you for this!
  5. Petrichxr
    02-14-2015 10:19 PM
    Petrichxr commented on What really makes you happy?
    I like this as well.
  6. RBM
    12-29-2014 08:26 AM
    I'm low on the scale, around 20 or 22 on the particular test I took, which I no longer remember where.

    Coping successfully, in general requires adaptation, in my experience. I've adapted most everything major in my life and that includes be 20+ years post alcohol abuse, and 10 years post cancer survivor.

    I've come to place all under the term 'worldview', but that's just an approximate term, as mine includes 'out of this world, so to speak. Point being the more inclusive one's perspective is, the more things make sense, that otherwise don't.

    Another practical matter that I've adapted to, is turning my diet upside down. It's made for significant improvements for how I feel, and that improves my mental outlook, as a result.
  7. serenesam
    12-27-2014 01:25 PM
    I really enjoyed the part about INTJs having just as much of a mystical quality as INFJs and also about the INTJ being too encompassing to understand just like the INFJ.

    That video provided excellent clarity in knowing that I think that a lot of people here who claim to be INTJs are not INTJs. I don't even think people who claim to be INFJs really are INFJs here or elsewhere.
  8. godwantsplastic
    12-27-2014 11:20 AM
    I said something about not acting out of emotion, what I meant was that I don't feel anger or any another emotion that drives me to attempt to reform, I just see an oppurtunity and start probing for a possible course of action. I do derive pleasure from affecting a change but again there is no emotional drive it's reward based, like fulfilling some Fi need where I can allow myself to feel good because I did something I see as good... I'm still not sure how to phrase this and it is a very different from my stressed behavior, when I feel an emotion like anger or fear I shut my mouth because givin in to these emotions has never yielded positive results. This is what I see as type 8 behavior, confrontation for the sake of emotional satiety as opposed to what I see as 1w9, confrontation for the sake of emotional reward and social justice. It seems that type 1 seeks oppurtunity to reward self while type 8 seeks to release pent up emotions? Like I said I'm still trying to find the right way to phrase this. If you have anything to add feel free to do so.
  9. RAKJesusFreak
    12-15-2014 10:16 PM
  10. murazar
    12-15-2014 03:11 PM
    No problem at all.
  11. AudibleBlink
    12-14-2014 12:58 AM
    Hmmmm. If I recall correctly... Happy Birthday (-ish)
    I hope you get that gem you were looking for.
  12. TzarAlexander
    12-13-2014 12:29 PM

    Thank you for having a sense of humor.
  13. mjbgtz
    12-11-2014 03:06 PM
    I am all fired up today... Lol
  14. mjbgtz
    12-11-2014 03:00 PM
    Good. I have cut out like 2/3 of my usual caffeine intake... I am doing quite well actually. My 2nd appointment is next Monday too. THanks for asking :D
  15. mjbgtz
    12-11-2014 02:45 PM
    long time no see. hello :D
  16. eagleseven
    12-11-2014 01:31 PM
    I can't facepalm hard enough, sadly. Get a concussion.
  17. Doob
    12-04-2014 10:15 AM
    No problem. The GAPS diet with its introduction phase is a really good starting point, you basically eliminate most foods and slowly reintroduce them to see your reaction to them at the same time it gives the gut a chance to heal (if it is in any way damaged). It also gives you the time to digest more information to then decide on the diet you want to do after the introduction and then slowly ease into it.
  18. Doob
    12-04-2014 02:07 AM
    What, you don't believe me that I'm a member of the holy ESFJ master race?
  19. TzarAlexander
    12-03-2014 09:28 PM
    Your post in the other thread got me thinking.

    Thanks for the spark.
  20. Desertstorm
    12-03-2014 08:25 PM
    Humbleness is for impressing

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