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    Default subtypes don't change relations

    I start this topic to prevent the start of a new misconception.

    A couple of times I've read that different subtypes would change a type of relationship to another type of relationship.

    This is not true because of 2 very important reasons:

    It doesn't correspond with experiences in reality.
    It doesn't make sense, because the order of functions in a person don't change, just get accented.

    So to summarize: subtypes change a relationship only in the way that it becomes stronger or weaker, but it never changes to another type of relationship.

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    This sounds like something that needs to be taken on a case-by-case basis, which I guess supports what you're saying.

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    yes I agree that everything has to be checked and correspond to real life experiences.

    Which I have had a couple of times. Ofcourse this is a seldom experience, because one needs to know his own and the other his subtype.

    But if my second argument is correct (which undoubtly is IMO ) then case by case isn't necessary...

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    I'd just like to say that it seems to me odd that an LII (Gulenko) would develop a theory that considered strength levels relevant to process....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcaudilllg
    I'd just like to say that it seems to me odd that an LII (Gulenko) would develop a theory that considered strength levels relevant to process....
    Maybe strength level is indeed a poorly choosen definition by me. What would you suggest?

    So I can edit my post (if it sounds better) :wink: .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno
    Quote Originally Posted by tcaudilllg
    I'd just like to say that it seems to me odd that an LII (Gulenko) would develop a theory that considered strength levels relevant to process....
    Maybe strength level is indeed a poorly choosen definition by me. What would you suggest?

    So I can edit my post (if it sounds better) :wink: .
    No that's not what I meant. Gulenko really does use the concept of varying function strength to describe subtypes. (see the post by machinetruc on Gulenko's new subtype relations model a few months back) It just seems to me odd that he does... because strength level apprehension is totally . What does it mean for someone who has a poor grasp of information to be speaking about in other people?

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    The our experiences don't match, Jarno.

    P.s. DJ - change that "Lies" to bullshit, please!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    The our experiences don't match, Jarno.

    P.s. DJ - change that "Lies" to bullshit, please!

    I think that would defeat the effect of the statement.
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    this thread needs some actual real-life examples
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