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  1. Myers Briggs Forum
    Yo So I've been around this forum and the internet in general recently, and I've found some common typing mistakes which loads of people - including some fairly reputable users - make. I know some of these are known mistakes, but there are some typing guesses on this forum which are made all the...
  2. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Teal Scott is an ENFP, who provides interesting perspectives on living with her Youtube channel. This is one of her videos, which is about letting go of mistakes: Her website: About Teal Scott: The Spiritual Catalyst What do you guys think? Thank you for reading. She reminds me somewhat of...
  3. Type 4 Forum - The Individualist
    I have so much trouble with moving on from the past. I have lots of painful memories that I block out, and I feel as if I really need to get over them if I am going to be able to move forward in life. I have lots of regrets that I can't seem to face, but which I constantly dream about...my...
  4. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    Today, I realised something. You have the right to screw up. No one is allowed to violiate this right. No one, not even yourself. You must invoke your right to screw up. You don't have to be perfect, and neither does what you make or do. So don't force yourself to -- don't violate your own...
  5. Type 5 Forum - The Investigator
    i was never in a bond with anybody. is always a one way, i will never open up, never want other people to come in. i suspect the worst from everyone, and learn its better to just trust your self. everybody seems odd, everything seems pointless. i even took prescription meds, i was diagnose as...
  6. ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    Help me out here guys. While I'm of the opinion that 2 (or more - woot for polyamoury) people of any type can make a happy romantic pairing/group bond - I'm usually smitten by you ENTPs. Your endless ability to generate possibilities and the abstract weirdness that ensues is a better high...
  7. Cognitive Functions
    We are all voluntarily studying an often overlooked offshoot of psychology when we study MBTI/Jung's Cognitive Functions. This thread is intended to be a place to gently correct the common mistakes/errors our fellow typology peers often make when trying to learn and discuss their findings from...
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