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  1. Suraj
    Yesterday 09:49 PM
    Suraj
    I imagine being a therapist must be quite trying, for anyone. In spite of how Fe-ish I might seem on here, real-life Fe-ing's a whole 'nother can of jumpy beans that's not often very easy to jump out of.
  2. Suraj
    09-29-2014 11:37 PM
    Suraj commented on Therapists - Fi or Fe?
    Ever considered life-coaching? One such practitioner whom I recently met said she enjoyed it because her patients already want to get better, only are in need of a push.
  3. Madden
    09-02-2014 10:58 PM
    Madden
    Hm. It's part of a process that started last week. I started discussing MBTI with an INFJ here, and after a while we worked out that yes, quite a bit of my personality has more of an overlap with some of the INFJ functions (especially where it comes to how I process emotions).

    I have excellent use of both Te and Ti (pretty much on a level, actually), and my 'F' is lower than many other INFJs, but there it is.
  4. Artful
    08-06-2014 11:36 PM
    Artful
    After she finally admitted that she was fucking with his head the whole time, it all made sense. He should have been the one posting about her lol.
  5. Async
    07-23-2014 01:50 PM
    Async commented on Si/Fe (ENTP) and being offensive/judgmental
    yes, my xntp specifically told me that I don't let him get away with certain things. They are smart and they know how to make it sounds good with most people. I think that is why many ntp males like ntj females, we don't stand for that kind of crap. Over time, we learn to say in a nicer way, but we still call it out.
  6. anticlimatic
    07-20-2014 10:23 PM
    anticlimatic
    I was referring to sensor types who might have intuition in the inferior position.
  7. deconspire
    07-17-2014 09:56 PM
    deconspire
    i like to think of intjf as a tomato sauce - with the intj types as the tomatoes, of course.

    pretty boring, bland, uninspiring sauce if we just use tomatoes ya know.

    (and yes, i am for real making homemade tomato sauce atm )
  8. deconspire
    07-17-2014 07:56 PM
    deconspire
    sadly, y'all don't have Pnessis so you require more technical detail. which i like to do in a Pness way. broadening horizons and shit you know.
  9. deconspire
    07-17-2014 04:55 PM
    deconspire
    y'all love it.
  10. doll
    07-15-2014 10:43 PM
    doll
    thanks Palladium.

    it still hurts on occasion, but i'm much happier than i was 3 months ago. life goes on.
  11. Haumea
    07-14-2014 01:15 PM
    Haumea
    Thanks.
  12. vedera
    07-14-2014 01:05 PM
    vedera
    Thank you - I usually have a hard time backing out from a debate. I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt and assume I've simply been unclear in my stance.
  13. Just Guy Thanks
    07-11-2014 06:01 PM
    Just Guy Thanks
    Thanks for the complement. I've been here a day and a half and I've already had 2 women say I am cute in not so many words. This place seems like the right place to be.
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  15. Base groove
    07-10-2014 02:25 PM
    Base groove commented on The separation of INTJ from other NTs
    This happens so much; it makes me want to pull my hair out,, and that's really saying something because at the moment I have less than 1/4" of hair.
  16. Madden
    07-09-2014 01:07 PM
    Madden
    Thanks!
  17. jndiii
    07-08-2014 02:38 PM
    jndiii
    That's why I try to differentiate "instinctive reactions" from other aspects of personality and temperament. The statistics that everyone keeps referencing don't filter for the kind of confirmation bias I suspect embodies them. Read the personality of an INTJ or INTP, and the only enneagram personality that makes sense is type 5, and vice versa. Read the personality of an ENTJ and the only enneagram that makes sense is type 8.

    But if the ENTJ's reaction to high levels of stress that break down his psyche to raw levels isn't to gain more and more control, he isn't type 8. If the INTJs reaction to high levels of stress isn't to retreat into a mental world and gain a feeling of mastery and control from that, he isn't type 5. I know I'm type 9 not because I have a 9 personality (I have some but not all aspects of the stereotypical 9 personality), but because I know I deal with really annoying problems by ignoring them and letting things slide. To be clear, NONE of the enneagram personalities fit me very well. 5w6 is close, but it's only half right, and reading it feels like reading a description written by someone who doesn't know me, but has heard of me.
  18. jndiii
    07-08-2014 01:06 PM
    jndiii commented on An INTJ struggling to understand Enneagram Types
    davai is under the impression that Enneagram and MBTI must absolutely correlate, and lack of correlation indicates something is mistyped.
  19. twin7
    07-05-2014 07:33 AM
    twin7
    *Purring Loudly*
  20. twin7
    07-04-2014 08:56 PM
    twin7
    That you like cats, I take as a sign of high character

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