[ENFP] Um....well.....hmm....brain bottle neck?

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This is a discussion on Um....well.....hmm....brain bottle neck? within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Watch from 47:00-47:50 That's just 1 minute that I'm asking for, for this thing I want to talk about. Do ...

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    Um....well.....hmm....brain bottle neck?

    Watch from 47:00-47:50 That's just 1 minute that I'm asking for, for this thing I want to talk about.
    Do you relate to this? I'm so glad to be understood on this, especially for when I'm playing games. Please comment and do you like his analogy about the Italian bus?

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    Sounds to me like difficulty working under pressure, on demand, which yes is relatable. Being put on the spot and asked to reply a certain way can be paralyzing. The particular thing about having too many ideas together can be a problem for me when discussing things, because I have to now structure all them into a deliverable form. In forums & chat it's a bit easier but IRL the time pressure can be an issue, as well as who the other person is and if they can meet me half way.

    I think I watched the whole vid like a couple days after it was released but forgot everything lol

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    Especially something creative! On certain games I get so excited to answer the creative question but then can't choose quickly enough.

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    I was a good girl and I watched it :D First just the minute, then I went back through it from the start.

    Sooo… curiously, I can have a similar issue, but it's not a bottleneck. It's because I'm searching for the best-match answer/solution/question...
    so like a train with multiple stops and I know they're coming up, but I'm trying to sort out which street is going to get me to my destination at all, and then which street goes there the fastest.
    I'm usually willing to let go of the fastest part if I think a certain stop will definitely get me there, but if there's any hint it would be a dead-end I won't get off the train at all.

    Oh, I really want one of those brain imaging devices. Still wish we could get a sharing circle going...

    I really liked the marker mate selection part.
    You know, when I was a kid I used to turn markers into submarines all the time, and the subs would be the basis for these long involved stories of the people on them and their lives and roles.
    Or then my mom had this hand held massager that was in the form of a round fake animal creature with 4 buggish type of legs, well I pretended it was a helicopter and turned it on to vibrate while carrying it through the air in the house because the sound made it seem like an actual 'copter. I loved when the batteries would run down so that it started to sputter and try to hold on to life, so I could pretend the helicopter was crashing. (suffice to say, it was never in working order when mom wanted to massage her back).
    Now, you would think this was just a normal part of kids playing pretend type games... but I had access to plenty of real toys... I just liked the invented ones better.
    And I still often enjoy using objects in ways contrary to their intended purpose. Like using my dresser for storing all my papers and keeping all my clothes in plastic totes. And using pages ripped out of seed catalogs as disposable placemats (pretty ones).

    How about your INTP daughter and ESFJ son? Did you notice any differences in the way they interacted with toys?
    How did you play with toys / non-toys?
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    confabulation

    that word had shiver me thimbers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llyralen View Post
    Especially something creative! On certain games I get so excited to answer the creative question but then can't choose quickly enough.
    what kind of games do u have in mind?
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    I can be pretty indecisive so if I struggle to answer a question it is because I am considering the possible answers. Depending on the subject, I may have deep feelings for something that I struggle to articulate. What he described to me sounds a bit more like ADHD.


    For the most part I am pretty good at expressing my thoughts on the fly, although I do have these moods where I just feel really cloudy and not only do I struggle to reply but might even say odd-ball or awkward things completely unintentionally.
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    @providence it's when he gives us something super fun and creative to do. He watches our brains working hard but nothing coming out of our mouths. I experience this in the kind of word games he is talking about.

    As we found out through some threads started by @ai.tran.75 almost 2 years ago, Ne's have multiple tracks running at once in their brain... and as far as we could tell, other types do not. I am not saying that like as if it makes us superior, btw. More and more I respect every function.
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    The speaker in the video is obnoxious and biased especially towards introversion in general, he likes to rag on INTPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Edwardian Spirit View Post
    The speaker in the video is obnoxious and biased especially towards introversion in general, he likes to rag on INTPs.
    How so? He is introverted. This is Dario Nardi, INTJ. From what I hear he has a great deal of respect for INTPs and actually tells a story that is a big complement to an INTP during this particular talk. I've heard him gently tease every type with respect and affection, actually. I don't know if he and I would be friends or anything if we met, I'm not saying that, but his tone is not "off" in my opinion.
    Where do you take offense?
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