What are the reasons for the lack of activity of XSTJ's on the forum?

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    INTP

    What are the reasons for the lack of activity of XSTJ's on the forum?

    Just wondering.



  2. #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Qonbela View Post
    Just wondering.
    I figure they're out there busy getting shit done.

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    Unknown

    I think boom for typology is gone, at least for forums. If people didn't move completely, they moved to other places like Discord.
    Also "iNtuitives" here love to pull "sensor can't understand me " card when they loose in the discussion. If you are an S type here, you ain't gonna get listened. Typology community made up shit, that S and N makes some kind of huge barrier in communication, which doesn't exist.
    Intuitive often here just means " no one understand me, I am so special". Ironically often those people are mistyped sensors ...
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    They're all pretending to be INTJs
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    ISTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Rebelgoatalliance View Post
    They're all pretending to be INTJs
    Probably some... but not all. Certainly not this one... and it probably would be relatively easy for me to pretend as an E5 ISTJ.

    Quote Originally Posted by tanstaafl28 View Post
    I figure they're out there busy getting shit done.
    For me... that's only about half the story.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elwinz View Post
    I think boom for typology is gone, at least for forums. If people didn't move completely, they moved to other places like Discord.
    Also "iNtuitives" here love to pull "sensor can't understand me " card when they loose in the discussion. If you are an S type here, you ain't gonna get listened. Typology community made up shit, that S and N makes some kind of huge barrier in communication, which doesn't exist.
    Intuitive often here just means " no one understand me, I am so special". Ironically often those people are mistyped sensors ...
    The intuitive bias here is real. It's not exhibited by all intuitives for sure, but it is by enough (even if it's primarily youngish newbs that hate their presumptively SJ parents) to often make it discouragingly unpleasant and unproductive to get involved in many discussions.

    Beyond dealing with the bias, as a fairly typical ISTJ my modus operandi is primarily to read others thoughts/ideas and take them offline for private consideration. My mind is often changed by what I read, but I feel no compulsion to acknowledge that, just as I feel no compulsion to convince others when I don't agree with them. Just me? Tertiary Fi? IDK... but I'm definitely in the "to each his own" camp with no need or desire to reach group consensus and sing kumbaya around the campfire. I lurk in many threads here that I never post in.
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    Unknown

    Quote Originally Posted by jcal View Post
    Probably some... but not all. Certainly not this one... and it probably would be relatively easy for me to pretend as an E5 ISTJ.
    I think ISTJ is one of types least likely to mistype, but ISTJ who have picked wrong sources might think he is INTJ, they do exist.

    Beyond dealing with the bias, as a fairly typical ISTJ my modus operandi is primarily to read others thoughts/ideas and take them offline for private consideration. My mind is often changed by what I read, but I feel no compulsion to acknowledge that, just as I feel no compulsion to convince others when I don't agree with them. Just me? Tertiary Fi? IDK... but I'm definitely in the "to each his own" camp with no need or desire to reach group consensus and sing kumbaya around the campfire. I lurk in many threads here that I never post in.
    Same here, but there are argumentative ISTJs as well, so not sure where lies the answer.
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    ISTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Elwinz View Post
    I think ISTJ is one of types least likely to mistype, but ISTJ who have picked wrong sources might think he is INTJ, they do exist.
    I don't think we're referring to honest mistypes here... more about folks who know or at least suspect they are ISTJ (or other STJ) and 'choose' a more glamorous type anyway.
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    ISTJ

    BTW, as I lurk in various PerC threads, I'm often surprised by the number of unfamiliar (to me) posters that I come across who identify as ISTJ but have never posted in the ISTJ subforum threads, pretty much all of which I regularly read.
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    Unknown

    Identify is a strong word considering its a first type on the list. Quite possibly why someone has it under nickname.
    I would think that ISTJs tert Fi authenticity wouldn't let dishonest mistypes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcal View Post

    For me... that's only about half the story.
    So, what's the other half? When you're not busy getting shit done...


     
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