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  1. Myers Briggs Forum
    Okay, so yes, I am prepared for the hate or no replies I'll probably get for this one, but hear me out first. I actually think it is a direct indication of being an intuitive for this reason: Yes. Even an intuitive can be good at hands on tasks, sure I've known plenty that are able to keep up...
  2. ISFP Forum - The Artists
    Socionics has subtypes, to account for differences within a type. Basically, there are ISFPs, who's Fi is much stronger, and obviously dominant, but also ISFPs, who come across as more in your face, active, and almost like ESFPs, except, their function stacking is that of an ISFP. These are the...
  3. Myers Briggs Forum
    So it seems to me, whenever I am with my step brothers who are all sensing types, that whenever we are typing movie characters, people we know, etc. they think the characters can't be intuitive types unless they have a "spastic quality" about them (i.e. Michael Scott, or Disney's Repunzel) but...
  4. Cognitive Functions
    For instance. Which Is The Smartest MBTI Type? | Slayerment INTP/INTJ INFP/INFJ ENTP/ENTJ ENFP/ENFJ ISTP/ISTJ ISFP/ISFJ ESTP/ESTJ ESFP/ESFJ This goes into a complex system breaking down WHY it ranks the order but honestly, when I see these sorts of things I can't help but to think, " Some...
  5. Generation Y Forum
    Now, I know this can be an odd question, because some different factors come into it. Like, the first song I ACTIVELY remember listening to as a song was Alanis Morissette's "Head Over Feet" back when I was like 7 in the year 2000. BUT A little while later I heard this song when my sister was...
  6. Blog
    Sensory deprivation These walls can be a coffin Floating in shallow water I don't get to move that often Huge imagination Compressed by agitation Longing for liberation Inhibited by isolation The fear of moving The panic upon being seen Through word of mouth they cement you Into bricks to build...
  7. Sex and Relationships
    Some of you may know that I recently got together with an ESFJ guy. He is practical, sweet and loyal, and I really like him. However, me being an ENFP, I find it somewhat difficult to talk to him. He doesn't respond to my theories and ideas to the level of satisfaction I crave. (I'm still...
  8. Myers Briggs Forum
    Intriguing thought came to me the other day... Does living in the moment mean being able to appreciate all the sensory details (observations from the five senses) or does it mean enjoying those around you? Assume you are at a place in nature with your family. There are plenty of opportunities...
  9. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    So we generally agree that we're very sensitive to the emotions of people around us and can have our own mood affected by the vibes of someone else in the vacinity. I've also found that sounds and light can do the same thing for me. How about you? Do you find that you are very sensitive to...
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