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Making up stuff, which turns out pretty accurate

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I just noticed this one yesterday even though I am pretty sure that it has happened before i.e. making up stuff about things which I usually don't know much about but it turns out pretty accurate to an extent.

My therapist asked me to read about BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and schemas ... I didn't get the time to read but during the session when I was asked about them, I made up stuff about BPD ... mostly symptoms and signs, which turned out pretty accurate then I said things about schemas which were even more accurate ( like we assimilate new data in older schemas and we also create new ones etc. ).

At the end of the session, I was given a handout which pretty much said the same things about BPD and schemas ... :laughing:

I want to know if this has happen with 'NTs' all the time or it is something which can happen with anyone i.e. any MBTI types, are there ways to get better at this ? :tongue:
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@lolalalah @MsTitipool @Tamehagane

Ever done something like that ?
If you mean to ask whether I can sense when something is coming or not, then the answer is affirmative.

I don't, however, make stuff up without having something to base it on; I may not always acknowledge it right away, but this is how intuition goes, it has to be grounded on something (something you may think you have missed at first).

Do you show symptoms of BPD?
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