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This is a discussion on How are you not an esfp stereotype? within the ESFP Forum - The Performers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by The red spirit wait a second, is that ESFP description in socionics? Yes it is. Personally I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The red spirit View Post
    wait a second, is that ESFP description in socionics?
    Yes it is. Personally I see the systems as the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryosuke93 View Post
    I used to think for a while I was an ESFP, but then others told me I couldn't possibly be one because a, b, and c. I believed them, but I am back thinking I might be one.

    What puts me off is the insistence that we are "party animals" and need people like we need air. I also have a graduate degree in pharmacy and am back in grad school right now for another Master's. But I kind of do feel like, even if I work hard, study, and get good grades, that there is something missing in my life...frankly, need more stimulation/excitement/inspiration.

    I online tested as so many types once (ENFJ, INFJ, INFP, INTP, ENTP, etc), which led me into a wild goose chase and full on confusion. On the official test I got ISTP and INTJ before as a teen. But I think this is actually where I might be at. I was at home on the ISFP forum for a long time, but something still feels off. I used to believe I was an extrovert...but then after a long stint of depression, I became way more introspective and introverted. And now, I dunno really where I get my energy from. I do feel like Se saves me at times, from being too in my head, too anxious, so I am back thinking maybe it is my first function after-all.
    If you knew your functions, then it would be easy to know your type. Method is easy, you must have developed at least 1-2 functions by now, so you know what changed, but you don't know your functions. Good journey, Ry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Memory of Talon View Post
    Yes it is. Personally I see the systems as the same.
    but in socionics judging and perceiving are flipped or maybe it's only for introverts.
    Last edited by The red spirit; 01-06-2017 at 01:29 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The red spirit View Post
    but in socionics judging and perceiving are flipped or maybe it's only for introverts.
    It's only for the introverts but it makes more sense that way. For example mbti INTJs are actually percieving doms with Ni being a Pi function. while INTP are Judging doms with Ti being a Ji function. In socionics they flip the last letter of the introverts to reflect this.

    If you get past that translation problem the two systems correlate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Memory of Talon View Post
    It's only for the introverts but it makes more sense that way. For example mbti INTJs are actually percieving doms with Ni being a Pi function. while INTP are Judging doms with Ti being a Ji function. In socionics they are flipped.

    If you get past that translation problem the two systems correlate.
    Actually MBTI here is non sense for flipping, socionics got it right

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    Quote Originally Posted by The red spirit View Post
    Actually MBTI here is non sense for flipping, socionics got it right
    I agree, I actually prefer socionics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The red spirit View Post
    but in socionics judging and perceiving are flipped or maybe it's only for introverts.
    Is it now? It's sort of weird yet accurate in some ways to how a lot of ESFP's actually come across to me on some level.

    This was the link that made me pay attention to the enneagram personality types.

    It's like, a pretty good blog I guess: ESFPs and Enneagram
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xcopy View Post
    Is it now? It's sort of weird yet accurate in some ways to how a lot of ESFP's actually come across to me on some level.

    This was the link that made me pay attention to the enneagram personality types.

    It's like, a pretty good blog I guess: ESFPs and Enneagram
    I deem this gold and shall post this on the main ESFP forum. I love how we have derailed this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Memory of Talon View Post
    I deem this gold and shall post this on the main ESFP forum. I love how we have derailed this thread.
    and even worse is with another one, it turned out to be thread about peeing lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Memory of Talon View Post
    I deem this gold and shall post this on the main ESFP forum. I love how we have derailed this thread.
    Glad you liked it. XD


     
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