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This is a discussion on Epiphany, ISTP laziness and emoting. within the ISTP Forum - The Mechanics forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Ha I started writing a response then stopped because I literally stopped caring. Oh goodness. I'll see this one through ...

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    Ha I started writing a response then stopped because I literally stopped caring. Oh goodness. I'll see this one through d:

    Hmm...well I'm best at expressing happiness. When I'm feeling free and good, people definitely know it. When I'm proud of someone, I tell them. I'm pretty okay at that part of emotions.
    I have a lot more trouble emoting more complicated things; angry, frustrated, anxious, etc--I feel trapped and bogged down. I don't know how to communicate that stuff. And when I'm bogged down, I am absolutely less productive.

    But you're right. I learned that when I work out in the mornings, I'm happier--and so, I have more drive.

    Def interesting thoughts.
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