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    Default INTjs: compensating for Se PoLR with Ti

    Do LIIs feel better about doing things if they feel organized? or could this be a description of something else, like Ti/Te polr?

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    I feel better about doing things if I've covered all the bases. Even then though, I keep my guard up. Every time I've let down my guard has turned out to be a mistake.

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    (counterexample?)

    I am not likely to act unless I feel completely organized and see a strong probability of succeeding. Otherwise, I am fearful. Life has forced me to act anyway, beyond that comfort zone, because we aren't always given guarantees.

    Quote Originally Posted by tcaudilllg
    I feel better about doing things if I've covered all the bases. Even then though, I keep my guard up. Every time I've let down my guard has turned out to be a mistake.
    me too

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    Default Re: compensate for Se polr with T?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ms. Kensington
    Do LIIs feel better about doing things if they feel organized? or could this be a description of something else, like Ti/Te polr?
    My LII friend is actually very organised physically. Mentally it comes natural to the LII, but he forces himself to organise himself, and I give him a bit of help sometimes.
    Ideas don't determine who's right. Power determines who's right. And I have the power. So I'm right.

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