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  1. [Enneagram Type 8] When do you garner your own respect?

    Type 8 Forum - The Challenger
    Dear Eights, A very common thing I tend to hear (and see) when it comes to eights is that what they do, achieve, say, etc, often enough can make people proud of this eight, or it makes others intimidated, annoyed, etc, though the 'strength' with which an eight can push things forward can in my...
  2. [ESTP] ESTP - Quotes Of Reality?

    ESTP Forum - The Doers
    "As one so punctual complex, as one in nihilism perplexed, hiding the child so openly, showing them outspokenly" Write your life hardest challenge and a imagery of what you precieve a struggle that you cannot erase as part of your ego? Might be ESTP not sure, for now standing ENFJ, :)
  3. [ENFJ] What is the perfect (theoretical) romantic fit for an ENFJ?

    ENFJ Forum - The Givers
    Hi All, I am a male ENFJ with relatively strong scores for each attribute. That's all I have discovered about my (MB) personality type, so far. As an ENFJ, I have always wondered what the best, as in, the most theoretically balanced / complimentary personality type is, for an ENFJ to have a...
  4. [ENFP] How to love an ISFP - The supervisor relationship type.

    ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    This relationship type is a particularly difficult matching, however there is a key to success in any pairing type; love and understanding gets you through. I started this thread so other ENFP/ISFP couples might contribute motivational, perhaps even ground-breaking aspects of their experiences...
  5. Character that appeals to you most, the one that you admire and desire

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Hi everyone, I am a new member but I have been digging resources and posts here for long, so much so that I have come up with a theory and surprisingly it works ! with my few friends at least :)) So I need your ideas. I will be starting this myself. Fictional ( Book/tv ) characters etc. well or...
  6. [Enneagram Type 4] Aversion to Pity

    Type 4 Forum - The Individualist
    I just realized something odd. Fours are characterized as manipulating others to pity them when they're under stress. But what I realized is that I absolutely hate it when people pity me. I hate it that they see me as vulnerable or weak or unlucky. But I've often found myself aiming to look...
  7. [INTJ] Television Characters Who We Admire

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    I admire Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons), Jimmy Neutron, Brian Cox, and Conan O'Brien. Those have been my television personality role models for the past decade. Conan is not like the other 3, but he is self-deprecating and he helps me feel validated, so I like him. The other 3 are INTJs. Who else...
  8. Recovery From Grandiosity?

    In my early twenties, I found my refuge in higher education. I aspired over the years to become a gifted speaker even though I felt unacceptably inadequate and insecure. I prepared obsessively so that my talks or speeches would not only be informative, but deep, well investigated and inspiring...
  9. Pe vs. Pi and admiration of others

    Cognitive Functions
    I've noticed that xxxPs and xxxJs tend to go about admiring people and modeling their behaviors after others in different manners- With xxxPs, their first perceiving function, Ne or Se, will collect data about people's mannerisms and how they project their actions to the outside world. Then...