This is just something to consider. I'm glad I watched this. My INTP Type 5 husband shared it with me and I'd like to get some feedback about what the NT's perspective is after watching:
I am starting to wonder if the age demographic of PerC could be effecting the nature of the responses I've seen so far. My INTP husband found this video to be a good reminder for personal awareness . . . I wonder if we're more ready to admit negative tendencies in ourselves after we reach a certain age? Maybe the 'day in, day out' life hasn't hit enough people here for me to really have a conversation on the pieces of this reality more adults face every day? Hmmm....hard to say.This thread really needs more audience
I'm not an NT, and I can't claim to know how this might affect an NT.This is just something to consider. I'm glad I watched this. My INTP Type 5 husband shared it with me and I'd like to get some feedback about what the NT's perspective is after watching:
I'm not an NT, and I can't claim to know how this might affect an NT.
I'm an INFP, and that video made me cry. I used to make up stories in my head about other people when I was between the ages of ten and twenty, usually as a way to feel more connected and to acknowledge all of the unknown possibilities, but I lost touch with it at some point in my adulthood. This just reminded me.
Its easy if you have a strong Ne. We can't say the same to others.I don't like this one at all actually. If everything you see in your life is the routine, that's your main problem. Considering that other people infront of you in line are actually amazing people in an improbable way, forces you to acknowledge the fact that they might be horrible people also if you want to be objective. You should focus on finding a solid real meaning to life that would help you deal with the day to day, instead of looking for things that are not there.