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  1. General Psychology
    I was always different than the rest of the kids growing up. At age 5, they were playing and laughing farts, I was understanding the basics of business without attempting to do so. The first thing that shaped me was watching my father nearly become a murderer. I was 7 years old. He showed me...
  2. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    So I am 19 and he is 16. He called me weird, anti-social, said all my friends said I was weird, openly insulted me about my guitar playing, and said my ideals and ideas were stupid. :crying: :sad: We grew up together. At first I wanted to physically beat his ass then I realized that I should...
  3. SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators
    I don't know about you, but I tend to think in a way that doesn't correspond to well to the spoken word. Textures, colours, feelings, etc are how I classify the world around me, which is why it's so difficult when I have to express my thoughts. People are often given different feelings, along...
  4. ENFJ Forum - The Givers
    I can't be the only one of my type and age who is interested in all this, can I...:sad: Share memories:
  5. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    What was your first transcendental experience that you remember? I was in the second grade and I remember standing in front of the fence and staring at it. I could not believe it but my eyes were spontaneously going in and out of focus so that the chain links of the fence were forming...
  6. ESFP Forum - The Performers
    I've noticed lately that when I need to remember a childhood memory it's difficult, but when I think of an event that made me sad or happy that it in turn allows me to break through to memories in a different method. Strange to me, yet it's the best way I can see my past. Being so in the...
  7. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Hey everyone I was wondering if any of you had advice for emotionally detaching from bad memories. I'm constantly rerunning every bad memory in my head in which I have embarrassment/insulted by someone. I'm trying to really change things for the better in my life, but every single incident...
  8. Baby Boomers Forum
    I’d like to share a poem I wrote about my loving grandparents while vacationing on their farm in Arkansas when I was just a girl back in the late ‘60's. I also wrote a little story. They are submissions in a grandparents day contest; so if you happen to like either or both, I would love it if...
  9. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    so I've taken a fair few tests and I'm pretty sure I'm an INFP. except two traits which don't seem to fit in with INFP, although I'm no expert. I've recently noticed that I automatically block out bad memories, or at least the memory of the negative feelings. Like, I remember things to be better...
  10. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Being nostalgic by nature, I often look back on my childhood and find certain moments which I find funny now; moments that were sort of.. just off on a different plane than my peers, I think. In elementary, I always sensed my mind worked in a different way than others and I was insecure about...
  11. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    Do any other INFPs feel a strong attachment to their childhood and their childhood memories? I guess this would basically be my Si mixing with my Fi.
  12. NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers
    In talking to people I have found very few people remember their very young childhood well. I was wondering if you have any memories from five years old or younger. I have a few that I can absolutely pin in this category. I remember my third year very well, age two a bit, then there is 6 mos...
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