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    Default Delta Field Guide

    Bring it on! =D Non-Delta types are strongly encouraged to contribute. ;-)

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    Hmm, if those are true, I really don't belong here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129 View Post
    Hmm, if those are true, I really don't belong here.
    The first four are just very wrong. The rest, maybe right.

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    LOL numbers 1 through 4 sounded ok to me. At least they fit for me personally but that doesn't necessarily make them representative of all Delta. And a lot of people misplace things of a lot of types. I don't know about that one I guess.

    The next two sounded maybe like some people of any quadra could fit, and some people of any quadra might not fit.

    The last two sounded good to me too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana View Post
    For those I was thinking of
    1) eunice and her friends
    2) Kim
    3) several ENFps self-description here
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    4) ISTp descriptions written by ENFps here


    1) Young and/or idealistic people mainly do that. I grew up as a expat in a few dodgy and dangerous countries around people from many different places. My family is mainly survivalist as a result. So I don't find such new age fluffiness appealing, although I have thought I can ignore the ingrained systems of the world and have actively (with all my resources) tried to move against it.

    2)Only when it's done in a overly heartfilled and guilt trippy way (then Fi only, no Ne). If it's done in a ' WE MUST FIGHT FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE FOR THE PEOPLE OF ----!!' we're looking at beta NF(INFps also have a Gandi philisophical not make much sense way of things). If it involves hard protesting () and guilt tripping () we're looking at gamma SF(usually with a lot personal involvement, getting on the streets).

    3) If your bouncing about misplacing things in a bubbly warm clueless way your probably , this includes Gamma . See Ricks robot thing on Te and Fi. http://socionist.blogspot.com/2007/0...ry-robots.html

    4) what slacker said, although I maybe wrong about this one.

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    You prefer to avoid drama
    Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana View Post
    If someone's idea of perfection is a quiet evening at home or outdoors with family and friends, they might be delta.
    Absolutely true for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana View Post
    If someone is describing in a starry-eyed manner how they are going to save the world, they might be delta.

    If someone is lamenting the plight of the poor and disenfranchised somewhere in the world, they might be delta.

    If someone is bouncing about misplacing things, they might be ENFp.

    If someone is calmly taking care of a frazzled ENFp in a practical way, they might be ISTp.

    If someone you just met invites you to their house for dinner and treats you like one of the family, they might be delta (or alpha).

    If someone's idea of perfection is a quiet evening at home or outdoors with family and friends, they might be delta.

    If someone seems to agree with several different people at once, all having conflicting viewpoints, they might be a Ne subtype.


    If someone has a calming presence and seems to absorb and remove all extraneous energy around them, they might be a delta introvert.
    What's so bad about the perfect evening being with friends n family?

    And everything in bold is me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana View Post
    1) eunice and her friends
    LOL. It's surprising that I gave you this impression because I'm far from that. I mean, I don't mind contributing to society, but only within my limits.

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