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- Type: TiSe
- Development: ll--
- Attitude: Adaptive
It’s funny. Everyone thinks I’m a 4. Then I read stuff like this and I think, “how the hell do people think I’m a 4?”
Right now I’m feeling pretty calm and chill, but there are times when I feel the way you are describing here. I’ve been told all my life that I’m incredibly expressive and emotional. I can’t hide my feelings to save my life. There are days when I’m a ray of sunshine and days when I’m a thunderous cloud of deadly doom.
As for conflict? Well, conflict is like a drug to me. I both love and hate it. First of all, it’s important for me to know that the other person is up for it. If I perceive it to be welcome then I will gladly engage with brutal force. In forums like this one, however, I feel it would be disrespectful to Auburn to do so.
It’s exciting! I get a rush and crave more and more until I’m addicted. I go through withdrawals and crash hard. Lately I’ve been detoxing.
After being told I’m a different type in CT than I thought I would be, I no longer know what type I am in any other system either lol! That being said, I always related to 8 > 1 > 9. I may be totally wrong tho 😛
Being told I’m seelie was somewhat of a shock but not really. I’ve been told I’m like a Disney Princess before (one who has done a lot of drugs). In my mind I think of myself as someone quite intense… too intense for people. I seek company from people with whom I feel I don’t need to walk on eggshells; those who I perceive as tough and willing to battle it out every now and then. They are difficult to find.