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This is a discussion on Do you find sensing feeling types boring? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by ANAXEL Your time dedicated to this wasn't a waste and it's much appreciated. @ Reap isn't a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANAXEL View Post
    Your time dedicated to this wasn't a waste and it's much appreciated.
    @Reap isn't a salvo a bit too dangerous to open up on an initial gut read (honest question, not ill intended)?

    I usually get several gut reads from someone's possible intentions so what I end up doing is mounting snipers who are ready to fire once I give the order since if the person ends up being innocent I feel responsible to fix the damage done without cause. I have misfired before, of course, and some times I have failed to fire when I should have.
    What's been your experience?
    I don't care if I misfire. I've noticed that those who are willing and or capable will eventually explain themselves better to which I'll respond and they and I will eventually come to an agreement if I get that kind d of response where I think they're actually looking to come to an agreement.

    If I don't want to even engage then I won't and I'll tell the person that I'm not interested. If I have quoted you even with some aggression in my tone, I'm actually giving you a chance to help me see your point of view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reap View Post
    I don't care if I misfire. I've noticed that those who are willing and or capable will eventually explain themselves better to which I'll respond and they and I will eventually come to an agreement if I get that kind d of response where I think they're actually looking to come to an agreement.

    If I don't want to even engage then I won't and I'll tell the person that I'm not interested. If I have quoted you even with some aggression in my tone, I'm actually giving you a chance to help me see your point of view.
    So I suppose your initial shots aren't always meant to be lethal as much as they'd be rubber bullets to give the possible threat a chance to pull up a white flag and THEN they'd be lethal if they don't?

    **Also, we're both EXTP's here, so though we have different approach, I totally understand the flexibility in your aggressions since we both see initial "combat situations (?)" as relative and temporary (sometimes even fun).

    My counter-post to yours in the beginning was because I really didn't think OP's intentions were as intricate or even had that much of an impact on the forums as it was implied.

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    I find sensing people in general exhausting, more than boring.


     
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