IXFP...help please!

IXFP...help please!

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This is a discussion on IXFP...help please! within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; Okay so I was comfortable with my INFP status but something didn't sit right so I retook the test..... now ...

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    IXFP...help please!

    Okay so I was comfortable with my INFP status but something didn't sit right so I retook the test..... now it's telling me I'm an ISFP...and I don't know what to believe. The questions are very relative as you know so it's hard for me to determine if I'm an S or an F. I don't want to be an "X" so if someone could help me come to a conclusion I would appreciate it....I think what makes me doubt my "N" is that I'm such a bottom line person, which I know to be an "S" trait but I do sometimes concern myself with "what might be possible" a lot..though I try to disregard these worries as just being irriational. (I'm prone to a lot of anxiety). Sorry if I'm not explaining myself clearly.

    Any suggestions?
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    It might help you to go by functions - ISFPs use Fi-Se-Ni-Te, and INFPs use Fi-Ne-Si-Te. Although they use the same dominant function, they differ in using Ne versus Se, which is very different. Are you familiar with the functions?

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Not really. I'm still learning about all of this stuff. It's a pretty new concept to me.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Just make you give it time, I couldnt figure out if I was an F or T and one day it just hit me. Discovering things about yourself will never be black or white.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Icarus is right, although in the meantime, I would suggest learning about the system as much as you can to make things clearer. There's a link Here concerning Ne, and Here for Se, if you are concerned with learning the functions. It's not essential, but I have found it helps other.



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