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  1. Why My Se is Undeveloped if i am a ENFJ, why my Ti is better than my Se

    What's my personality type?
    well that is, undoubtely i am a ENFJ because my priorities in Life are those of a ENFJ, when i Stressed i fall into Ti grip compulsively searching for truth, self criticism, morbid thoughts againts people, Dom Fe, Aux Ni im constantly Picking every social clue, what everyones likes, dislikes...
  2. Inferior Se vs Inferior Si Grip

    What's my personality type?
    Please explain me Inferior Se vs Inferior Si Grip in a way that applies on day to day and more realistic situations than those presented in videos or websites, also I would like you to explain to me the typical problems and limitations that someone would face with Se as 4th function vs someone...
  3. Correlation between Pelvic Floor & lower ab strength andSE

    Cognitive Functions
    Ok, so I was always confused about my mbti type, but all I knew for certain was that in the past I was hyper "in tune" with my environment all the time, and I am pretty sure Se is high up in my stack, either ESFP or ISFP. Up until 7th grade, I was super happy, had 0 stress, and had always made...
  4. [ESTP] What is the ESTP World like?

    ESTP Forum - The Doers
    I have high Se, but I am curious how an ESTP interacts with the world, what their thoughts are, inner world, struggles, strengths, just overall thoughts of life. I suck at concise wording....BASICAALLYYY....what is the high Se ESTP world like?
  5. Se vs Te

    What's my personality type?
    So, I was reviewing my thread which was moved to the spam place (Thank you whoever did that) and a few things popped into my head. I was gonna post it on said thread, however no one will reply so I'll just make a new one. So I think my function stack is close to: Se Te Fe Ni I definitely know...
  6. [INTP] ISFP: The Annoying Side for Ti and Ne Users

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    There are great things about ISFPs. I've only met a few, so this isn't to be a generalization across the board, however here are the things that do my head in about these ISFPs. Touchy. Stop touching me and stop touching my stuff! Se's annoying side. "I am reacting to this because of this."...
  7. [INTJ] Focusing on relentless realities in the present

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    In "Was that really me?" Naomi L Quenk says "Introverted intuitive types focus on relentless realities in the present. They have a readiness to distrust the outer world and to assume that the environment, things, or people will fail them" She goes on to give various examples. For me myself...
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  10. [ISTP] How do introverted thinking and extraverted sensing work together?

    ISTP Forum - The Mechanics
    I understand how introverted thinking and extraverted intuition work together, but for whatever reason I can't for the life of me figure out how introverted thinking and extraverted sensing work together. If anyone could give me some insight, I'd greatly appreciate it!
  11. [ISTP] ISTPs In A Nutshell

    ISTP Forum - The Mechanics
  12. Cognitive Functions In Pictures! ADD YOURS!!!!!!!!

    Cognitive Functions
    Hello budddddies! I thought about cognitive functions a lot lately and I was imagining how each of us "see them". At least that is something I am interested in, because I am a visual thinker. So here are my perceptions of each cognitive functions. You can add yours and explain how you see each...
  13. SJ's: Your opinion on THRILLS! (Poll)

    SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers
    So, do you guys like going on roller coasters, skydiving, bungee jumping, horror movies...all that heart-pounding, adrenaline, stereotypically Se stuff? (You don't have to like all of them, this is just about thrills in general.) I'm making this because lots of SJ people i know are very opposed...
  14. How Do You Strengthen Inferior Se?

    Cognitive Functions
    Hello! INFJ here! I was just thinking of ways on how I can strengthen my Inferior Se in a HEALTHY way. I know that getting into the inferior too much is likely to leave us unbalanced, but someone who is way out of touch with their inferior function isn't healthy either. Pretty sure that...
  15. Be In Your Body (INFJ)

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    I shook off some of my stress last night and it made me think about how important Se (extraverted sensing) can be for us as stress relief and getting out of ruminating... I should have said this in the video... It would have made more sense! I think INFJs have an uptight image... Time to shake...
  16. [INTJ] Suggestions on Strengthening Se?

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Since extroverted sensing is an INTJ's inferior function, I was wondering if there are ways on boosting this function? Any type who uses Se is welcome to post. :joyous:
  17. [ESFP] What specific activities do ESFPs like to do?

    ESFP Forum - The Performers
    In the past two years, I've had this continuous sense of fatigue from using my introverted sensing function. Recently, I've begun to shift some attention into extraverted sensing activities that my opposite types do so I can better learn and be more balanced some day. So, what do you ESFPs...
  18. INFP with incredibly low Se.

    Cognitive Functions
    Okay, so the other day, I took the cognitive functions test - and turns out I'm lacking in a function I'm probably not supposed to be lacking in so much: Extraverted Sensing. What is up with my Se? It's starting to make sense, however, as a number of weaknesses of mine seem to suggest this...
  19. [INFJ] Why Nietzsche was an INFJ not an INTJ

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    This is my first post on Personality Cafe :tongue: German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is generally typed as an INTJ however upon studying his works and his personal life it becomes obvious that he is most likely an INFJ. This is not surprising as many male INFJ's are mistyped as INTJ's...
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