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This is a discussion on The (stream of conscious?) venting thread for INTJ. within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by contradictionary Listening to all of you guys, and girls, on depressions, make me really depressed. I never ...

  1. #36991

    Quote Originally Posted by contradictionary View Post
    Listening to all of you guys, and girls, on depressions, make me really depressed.

    I never tried therapy. Shall I?



    Sent sans PC
    I'm questioning it, too. Been taking 50mg of Sertraline for awhile now and it's helped to balance the mood swings. Insurance covers it so it's $2 each refill. Worth trying out alternatives before sinking in a lot of money towards a professional. I don't know where your feelings are coming from, but I've heard from a lot of people that if you have friends to talk to, it's better to see if you can open up to and rely on them a bit more. Progressing the relationships in your life has twofold benefits. Or you could try changing up your routine, adopting a diet or exercise pattern, or practicing mindfulness on your own. Imo, therapy is best for when you've isolated the problem or thing you want to improve on, like a traumatic experience or phobia, and need a professional to guide you towards a clearly defined goal.
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  2. #36992

    Quote Originally Posted by intjonn View Post
    Yep..... vegas; like LA, Mardi Gras in Naw leens & Key West is one of those places that one has to experience ONCE. Actually there is ALOT of 'wildlife' near the strip and the only sane animals around are in fact the birds & jackrabbits that live outside the city & burbs.
    and as far as the "dirty, wretched things that show the poor underbelly" of vegas........??
    Well those are exactly the people who do bring the $money$ to that city. Those are the people that The Mafia built that city for!!
    Las Vegas was definately built for 'losers'.
    I've not travelled enough. New Orleans is on my list of cities to experience. The music, the food, the general atmosphere is different from what I'm used to being around (as ponpiri and stathamspeacoat have mentioned about the southern states in general). I'm sad I'll never know what it was like before Katrina.

    My companion came up with the slogan, "Las Vegas: You can't get there from here." We walked 8 miles per day, but never got very far. Everything is set up to be a distraction, and the excess provides a false sense of accomplishment. I'd go nuts not having anything 'productive' to do but spend money.

    Got suckered into listening to a time-share pitch in exchange for free food and ride tickets, and the evil corporation vibes were comical (complete with being seated in front of a giant, glowing, sharp-edged logo on an otherwise empty wall). The pitch went something like, "You work hard. You are so much better than a vacation. We give you a lifestyle." They put up a picture of a 'dingy' motel room and wrinkled their noses, and then flashed a view of vaulted ceilings, white, breezy windows and open rooms, nodding their heads, saying, "Which one is you? Which do you deserve?"

    Now it is certain: I'm a dingy motel.

  3. #36993
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Squirt View Post
    I've not travelled enough. New Orleans is on my list of cities to experience.



    <<<<<<-------------------take it frum a koon!

    Win u git to Naw leens do this place. Lotta par dee spots and many good but this mah fav:
    The Beach on Bourbon - Bourbon Street New OrleansThe Beach on Bourbon | If you're lucky enough to be at the Beach… You're lucky enough.
    Its on Bourbon only like 2 maybe 3 blocks up from Canal St.

    Jus sayin ; Jonny Koon Luzsha baybee!
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  4. #36994

    trying to break my lychee 'juice' habit: actual juice [pineapple] with coconut flour mixed into it [well, it's there. ain't like there's anything else to be done with it].

    i might as well at least get some vitamin c for my slush fetish.

    process server tells me buttface has taken to calling HIM. well, one phone call so far. she needs his 'investigative skillz' and his help because she's a marked . . . uh, woman i guess. she suspects it's the babydaddy, who is now [allegedly, and/or at this current time] her daughter's ex. he's either planning to kidnap the kids, or he's out to kill her, or neither or both.

    but in any case she needs a private investigator because there were helicopters over the house at 2 am and she just knows someone is coming for her and she had to hide in the car port all night. big fat eyeroll.

    i don't even think anymore she's gone over the edge and this is real paranoia of any kind. i just thing it's her new rationalization for why she 'can't' deal with more mundane and more boring things. such as me and my upcoming costs.
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  5. #36995
    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    Won't get into specifics, but these are the times I rage and people mistake me for an ESTJ (and I admittedly question myself as well).

    Here's the rage inducing list, and three people hit the trifecta this morning already (well it was actually four things, but I have no idea what that is called and I'm raging pretty hard right now):
    - Incompetence
    - Laziness or procrastination
    - Complaining or pouting
    - Unreliability
    - Unexpected change
    - Being surrounded by mess or disorganization
    - People who respond with extreme emotions to normal situations
    - Impractical people
    - Having their time wasted


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  6. #36996

    Quote Originally Posted by Sela View Post
    Won't get into specifics, but these are the times I rage and people mistake me for an ESTJ (and I admittedly question myself as well).

    Here's the rage inducing list, and three people hit the trifecta this morning already (well it was actually four things, but I have no idea what that is called and I'm raging pretty hard right now):
    - Incompetence
    - Laziness or procrastination
    - Complaining or pouting
    - Unreliability
    - Unexpected change
    - Being surrounded by mess or disorganization
    - People who respond with extreme emotions to normal situations
    - Impractical people
    - Having their time wasted


    Does that make me an ESTJ too? :P
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  7. #36997

    Quote Originally Posted by Sela View Post
    Won't get into specifics, but these are the times I rage and people mistake me for an ESTJ (and I admittedly question myself as well).

    Here's the rage inducing list, and three people hit the trifecta this morning already (well it was actually four things, but I have no idea what that is called and I'm raging pretty hard right now):
    - Incompetence
    - Laziness or procrastination
    - Complaining or pouting
    - Unreliability
    - Unexpected change
    - Being surrounded by mess or disorganization
    - People who respond with extreme emotions to normal situations
    - Impractical people
    - Having their time wasted


    Extreme emotions to normal situations. Blegh. Wasting time. Double blegh.

    The first four are so common that if I raged at them, I'd have no energy left for anything else. How do you do it?
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  8. #36998

    Me and Anti Vax hippie friend have managed to plan a sleep over. She lives with her parents at the moment but is going to house sit somewhere and asked if I wanted to come over so me and M are going to spend the night there so her and I can sit up and have a glass of wine and chat without kids.

    We are super different on the surface but we get along really well so I'm looking forward to it.

    ----
    Autumn is in the air all of a sudden. It's nice. Should probably start thinking about what to plant once the summer veggies are done.
    ------
    My reduce waste project had its most successful week yet: I only had one bin liner 2/3s full in the bin this week. Usually there were at least 3 full ones.

    -----
    Beautiful morning today :)
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  9. #36999
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Sela View Post
    Won't get into specifics, but these are the times I rage and people mistake me for an ESTJ (and I admittedly question myself as well).

    Here's the rage inducing list, and three people hit the trifecta this morning already (well it was actually four things, but I have no idea what that is called and I'm raging pretty hard right now):

    <<<<<--------------------take it frum a koon!

    - Incompetence
    - Laziness or procrastination
    - Complaining or pouting
    - Unreliability
    - Unexpected change
    - Being surrounded by mess or disorganization
    - People who respond with extreme emotions to normal situations
    - Impractical people
    - Having their time wasted


    You forgot "baby sitting". This is why after I received my Engineering licenses I immediately went into Professional Self Employment; worked out of my home and had absolutely NO STAFF whatsoever; was always And continue to remain a "one man band". While I had to do every possible step involved in every job I did avoid all of the above regarding so called employees; sometimes I did deal with it tho regarding my clients - course they were paying me rather than me (as with employees) paying them.
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  10. #37000

    Me: Hey, i think you made many omission on the invoicing to the customer. You forgot to calculate this, this and that, also to include those.
    Him and Her: Okay, will do. Sent!
    Me: Read. Although i can see the total figure is already quite near I couldn't fathom how you could end up with those exact numbers in the detail because i have never seen those numbers, where did you get them?
    Him and Her: This way (showing some very simple calculation).
    Me: I see. But this particular part you should not calculate that way. They are fixed costs, you shouldn't treat them as variables. Bla, bla, bla.
    Him and Her: Duh, (in short: why you make our life so difficult???)
    Me: I am trying to help this company to get proper payment and your life easier because there is no way you could go pass them, the customer, without being questioned in much more detail than I do. You will need to be able to defend your calculation.
    Him and Her: blank faces
    Me: (fuck it) Let me do it myself and send it to you guys. You just follow as it is.
    Me: (doing this thing is fucking beneath me and i shouldn't do their job but... fuck it, fuck it, fuck it). Sent! Complete with instructions.
    (wishing they would not fuck up again).
    Him and Her: Nice, okay!

    Then proceed to send the invoices to the customer, not entering the detailed breakdown that i have provided and instructed to put. But rather attach my detail calculation and some instructions on how to end up to the numbers, which I didn't tell them to do.

    Me: AAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

    Where do i find pest exterminator when i need one?
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