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About firebird3428

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  • MBTI
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  • Global 5/SLOAN
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  • Personal DNA
    Generous Dreamer
  • Brain Dominance


  • Location
    New York
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  • Interests
    Music, Photography, Film, Psychology
  • Gender
  1. I actually have a great relationship with my mom. She is an INFJ so she understands me relatively well. I go to her for advice; we rarely argue or fight but I think it's because I hate confrontation and we're both generally easy-going people. I'm more similar to my dad and he's an INTJ. We don't get along as well, and I need tons of space from him. Well actually I need lots of space from both of my parents because I start to feel claustrophobic if I'm around them too much.
  2. I got 21 of them. I'm definitely a sensitive person.
  3. 1. Kindness/zest/Spirit 2. Appearance (I have a type unfortunately) 3. Dynamism 4. Status/Prestige Gender:Female When it comes to status/prestige, I don't really care as long as he has a respectable reputation, and has some sort of ambition.
  4. I'm not sure how these two are opposites but I guess you're thinking about how a lot of alpha-male, testosterone heavy dudes like to pump iron and get buff. I've met a lot of masculine guys who are really skinny though so you can't really ask for either or. But in terms of body type preference, I'm not usually attracted to skinny guys, I like when they have some muscle on them, but not too much though. A nice balance.
  5. 1. Beautiful Personality-Calm, collected, courageous, mildly extroverted or introverted, understanding/empathetic, intelligent, confident, emotionally stable, gentle, kind, affectionate/loving 2. Christian but not overly religious because I don't like overly religious Christians. Strong faith but not an over zealous closed-minded one. 3. Physically attractive.
  6. Builder-Innovator
  7. 52 Based upon your responses to this depression quiz, you appear to be suffering from a moderate to severe depression. People who have answered similarly to you typically qualify for a diagnosis of major depression and have sought professional treatment for this disorder. I was diagnosed 2 years ago.
  8. You are a Type 5 with a 6 wing: "The Scientist" Your trifix is 5w6, 1w2, 3w2.
  9. I was thinking a lot about the phrase "everyone is beautiful" and how it's a bit of a contradiction. I mean wouldn't it be better to say "love yourself" or "accept yourself for who you are" because not everyone is physically beautiful, not everyone is internally beautiful. I mean, wouldn't it be nice to know so you wouldn't have to keep worrying about it? Idk I know this is weird to think about but I find it pretty interesting.
  10. Based on how others treat you, who hits on you, how much you get hit on, etc. I'm pretty curious because when others answer this question, they bring up the idea of confidence and inner beauty as being the most important aspects of a person, and I agree, but physically speaking how would you know if you're attractive or not? Do you just know? How do you know if you're overestimating yourself?
  11. 1. Poor Hygiene/Poor dresser 2. No ambition 3. Abusive 4. Stubbornness 5. Dumb
  12. You can't blame all fat people for being fat. There are just too many circumstances that causes this statement to be completely unfair. There are plenty of skinny people out there who don't exercise, or eat right, but are blessed with fast metabolisms so they don't gain weight; are they any better than those with slower metabolisms? Is a naturally skinny person who eats at fast food restaurants every day, better than a fat person who eats salad 7 days a week?
  13. I don't really know. I think it depends on where you come from. Being attractive can get you into terribly unfortunate situations in certain areas, especially in countries where human trafficking/kidnapping are big issues. My mom is very attractive, and she was almost kidnapped twice, while she was in Haiti. Anyway, but in countries like the U.S., being attractive definitely has more advantages than disadvantages. Pros: -You have more choices for mates -People are more willing to help you out/give you free stuff -You get more opportunities -Babies like you =D (they say babies are more intrigued by attractive faces) Cons: -Jealousy -It's much harder to have or find genuine relationships (you have mostly acquaintances not real friends) -You get unwanted attention from all types of suitors -In some cases (I think this mostly applies to extroverted attractive people), they lack a personality and have identity issues. -As they age they have a much harder time coming to terms with losing their beauty (this applies to mostly women) My question is, how do you know if you're above average or extremely attractive, or ugly? Does it depend on how friendly people are with you, how many people try to hit on you, if you get comments? So how would you know if people are treating you a certain way because you're attractive? Just curious...
  14. Amen to that. They are lying to themselves. Looks always matter, but to varying degrees for different people.