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    Default Activity type differences EIE-ENFj and SLE-ESTp

    I've found myself unable to type certain individuals who are definitely Beta extrovert, but who are difficult to type more specifically.

    How can I tell between an EIE and an SLE by observation alone (and, to some extent, what they think)?
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    Some feedback:

    EIE and SLE talkative, loud, mobile, have a sense of humor
    EIE and SLE not very talkative, rigid, a little bit more serious

    EIE and SLE druggy
    SLE healthy

    EIE and SLE slim, skinny
    EIE average
    SLE strong

    EIE and SLE give compliments
    EIE doesn't give compliments

    EIE tall
    SLE average
    EIE , SLE short

    SLE and EIE rebel, arrogant
    SLE and EIE obedient, humble

    SLE wide jaw, specially logical subtype
    EIE baby face
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    I'm not sure -- I don't know very many of either type -- I know...two male EIEs and two male SLEs, a possible female SLE and that's it for Beta extroverts.

    However, I really don't think it would ever be possible to mistake me for an SLE. Maybe this happens more when it's a male EIE or a female SLE? I can't help but wonder if gender plays a large part here.
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    N people have no 'density' to them.

    If you're SLE, EIEs probably seem ........ very 'light'. Even ENTjs seem that way to me. Even fat intuitive types have a sort of 'lightness' to them. lightness ~ intuitiveness ~ not really being fully in the present/sensory world.

    Se people seem much more capable of actually kicking someone's ass. That doesn't mean they are more skilled or in better shape, but, they just seem more ready and prepared to stand up to something or do, concretely, something. Particularly compared to NFs. ENFjs are more likely to talk about something or warn you about something, where as an ESTp might just punch someone or yell at them, etc.

    Things like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unefille View Post
    However, I really don't think it would ever be possible to mistake me for an SLE. Maybe this happens more when it's a male EIE or a female SLE? I can't help but wonder if gender plays a large part here.
    That's what I was going to ask.
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    I've found SLE's to strike me as knowing what they are doing more than an EIE. In conversation, SLE's always seem more sure of their reasoning abilities, EIE's may be just as sure for all I know, but it takes them longer to formulate their response, like maybe worried about being caught out or something (Te PoLR and Ti seeking).

    Also, i've seen EIE's more quick to deal with things by providing or creating an emotional response rather than addressing the issue being discussed-or even just dismissing the issue being discussed.

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    EIEs speak to groups as a TV reporter speaks to an audience, they don't expect people to answer, but to laugh. SLEs do it too, from time to time.

    EIE sing (seriously) when surrounded by people. Furthermore, I know several EIEs who are small rock bands singers.

    Anyway, most Spaniards are "merry", even gammas and deltas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP View Post
    N people have no 'density' to them.

    If you're SLE, EIEs probably seem ........ very 'light'. Even ENTjs seem that way to me. Even fat intuitive types have a sort of 'lightness' to them. lightness ~ intuitiveness ~ not really being fully in the present/sensory world.

    Se people seem much more capable of actually kicking someone's ass. That doesn't mean they are more skilled or in better shape, but, they just seem more ready and prepared to stand up to something or do, concretely, something. Particularly compared to NFs. ENFjs are more likely to talk about something or warn you about something, where as an ESTp might just punch someone or yell at them, etc.

    Things like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I can bet I could kick your ass.
    BTW, one of my best friends is ISTj , half Italian and half Spanish. The Italian are kinda rough! Have you ever watched this movie: (you get an Italian SLE)



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    Yeah but you don't really find that kind of people around normal places? I think. And I don't have such a bad accent! ahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP View Post
    N people have no 'density' to them.

    If you're SLE, EIEs probably seem ........ very 'light'. Even ENTjs seem that way to me. Even fat intuitive types have a sort of 'lightness' to them. lightness ~ intuitiveness ~ not really being fully in the present/sensory world.

    i actually know what you mean. as incredibly vague and hard that is to describe, i tend to agree. SLEs generally seem more solid and less shakeable, despite being Se egos who can be explosive, too. not highly excitable perhaps, but yes, more in reality.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
    I've found SLE's to strike me as knowing what they are doing more than an EIE. In conversation, SLE's always seem more sure of their reasoning abilities, EIE's may be just as sure for all I know, but it takes them longer to formulate their response, like maybe worried about being caught out or something (Te PoLR and Ti seeking).
    that also makes some sense to me. it's almost as if the ISTj and ESTp have the role within beta of being "sure" and "always right" and somehow this demeanor that i find beta sts sort of naturally have is assuring to a beta NF. like someone who is confident in what they are doing. i find that beta NFs get annoyed with indecisive people or people who seem unconfident in whatever they're about to do. for whatever reason.

    Also, i've seen EIE's more quick to deal with things by providing or creating an emotional response rather than addressing the issue being discussed-or even just dismissing the issue being discussed.
    yeah, i could see this, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Yeah but you don't really find that kind of people around normal places? I think. And I don't have such a bad accent! ahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP View Post
    N people have no 'density' to them.

    If you're SLE, EIEs probably seem ........ very 'light'. Even ENTjs seem that way to me. Even fat intuitive types have a sort of 'lightness' to them. lightness ~ intuitiveness ~ not really being fully in the present/sensory world.

    Se people seem much more capable of actually kicking someone's ass. That doesn't mean they are more skilled or in better shape, but, they just seem more ready and prepared to stand up to something or do, concretely, something. Particularly compared to NFs. ENFjs are more likely to talk about something or warn you about something, where as an ESTp might just punch someone or yell at them, etc.

    Things like that.
    I think this is very true. However, I think Intuitive who is a E-8 has a mass of bodyness to the ground. If you know what I mean, they are ready, not to be controlled by people, and the focus is always there, like they are born ready, and easily be on the offensive.
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    My reply: Oh I'm really romantic etc, I just will never take you out to dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07490 View Post
    I think this is very true. However, I think Intuitive who is a E-8 has a mass of bodyness to the ground. If you know what I mean, they are ready, not to be controlled by people, and the focus is always there, like they are born ready, and easily be on the offensive.
    Maybe, but that would be interesting. I've never come across one though. I may have, possibly an LIE E8, but I can't tell if he's 7w8 or 8w7.

    It's weird, said LIE has a lot of presence and charisma and is very outgoing (he reminded me of FDG somewhat in that way), but, he still seems 'light'. Maybe it's Se HA?
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    Quote Originally Posted by implied View Post
    that also makes some sense to me. it's almost as if the ISTj and ESTp have the role within beta of being "sure" and "always right" and somehow this demeanor that i find beta sts sort of naturally have is assuring to a beta NF. like someone who is confident in what they are doing. i find that beta NFs get annoyed with indecisive people or people who seem unconfident in whatever they're about to do. for whatever reason.

    YES.

    SLEs are much more focused on the now and EIEs are more dreamy. Sometimes you can see it in their eyes. SLEs feel weighted to the ground. I only know one male EIE and one female EIE but they both seem more scattered and unsure.
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    Beta -- higher sexual dimorphism
    I think Betas just realize that people are generally of course -- more physically attracted to stereotypical alpha males/alpha females , which is why in porn you see an extreme/exaggerated forms of male/female. I wouldn't call this real sexual dimorphism, because I think in reality- nature is going to balance us all out where there isn't much difference. We're not apes, we're humans. There's some similarities of course but technically I think nature will er on the side of... gender equality, and the gender differences will keep getting more subtle as time goes by.

    Education and getting smarter seems to be innately 'gender equal' than anything male or female. So therefore if we continue to get smarter and our brains even larger and more complex, the sexual dimorphism will exist only as a sexual entertainment outlet (which really that's all it does now), not as anything that's very much productive or useful. This reminds me kinda of the 'cavemen vs. astronaught' debate.

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    ESTps have that hunter look in their eyes. They look directly into your eyes. They sort of dominate a physical space without trying to. They size up other people without realizing they are doing it. A constant focus on who has the upper hand. They like to use examples where they write something on a piece of paper, even if what they write is just a scribble, it makes them feel they are "showing" it. Their examples are very concrete "so, if I had 50 dollars and I put half of it in a bond and then..etc." They also start sentences with "so" a lot. I also notice INFps starting sentences with "so..." Or maybe all betas do that? But they also are very nice and considerate and so can come across like feelers a lot of the time. They will mention emotions easily too, without thinking twice. Like "I can be so stubborn, and I need to instead be open minded, so now I'm going to really attack this goal and keep my eye on the prize."

    ENFjs show emotion, especially worry, excitement, energy. Their energy flies all over the place when excited or angry, but they can also be super focused. They are usually either high or low, not a lot of in between (and they share their mood). They have an expression of contemplation or almost a pained look (as they worry a lot), but it isn't an S thing...it's a Ni look. They want to be grounded (despite their own emotions pulling them in five directions at once) and they want to do things the "right" way. They want to please everyone while also sticking to the rules (which is impossible right?)

    They like discussing theory, but in a Ni past tense way, like how historically something has blah blah, or how all baroque artists tended to blah blah...They like to categorize what has already happened in the past and then apply that to the future basically. "Historically psychiatrists in the united states tended to blah blah, and so we see that all of them are basically blah blah, and this happens every time."
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    Oh jewels, that was GREAT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ifmd95 View Post
    Result -- more physical activity
    How does this work?
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    Result types are the types that freely manouver in environments with few restrictions. As such they get around a lot more than the Process types. They more often move from one place to another. (before anyone supplies Immanuel Kant or any INTj as a counterexample; I do not mean "move to another home" here. Just talking about very concrete movement activities such as walking through a room from one activity to another)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Two Beta Extroverts, both perceiving subtype:




    Guess which is which.
    Girl with the glasses is EIE-NI the other SLE-SE, I think the girl with the glasses are more restrain which is part of the reason why i think shes the EIE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno View Post
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    My reply: well I will answer that, if you first tell me how much you weigh!

    2)
    A girl I was dating said she was oh so great at sex etc, but she didn't do blowjobs.
    My reply: Oh I'm really romantic etc, I just will never take you out to dinner.

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    The girl on the right has a very tensed up kind of face that I've seen in several ENFjs. An example of this is Dominic Keating:

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    Quote Originally Posted by unefille View Post
    However, I really don't think it would ever be possible to mistake me for an SLE. Maybe this happens more when it's a male EIE or a female SLE? I can't help but wonder if gender plays a large part here.
    I should have mentioned that there are also individuals who I can clearly determine to be either EIE or SLE; that is, people who are unmistakeably one or the other.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1981slater View Post
    EIE sing (seriously) when surrounded by people. Furthermore, I know several EIEs who are small rock bands singers.
    I think this is common to all Fe base individuals. There's a guy in the OTC who is actually a really good singer, and he sings all the time when people are around.

    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I can bet I could kick your ass.
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1981slater View Post
    BTW, one of my best friends is ISTj , half Italian and half Spanish. The Italian are kinda rough! Have you ever watched this movie: (you get an Italian SLE)

    YouTube - Scene from the Untouchables

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    Quote Originally Posted by implied View Post
    i find that beta NFs get annoyed with indecisive people or people who seem unconfident in whatever they're about to do. for whatever reason.
    Yeah, I've noticed this in my EIE housemate.

    Quote Originally Posted by jewels View Post
    ESTps have that hunter look in their eyes. They look directly into your eyes. They sort of dominate a physical space without trying to. They size up other people without realizing they are doing it. A constant focus on who has the upper hand. They like to use examples where they write something on a piece of paper, even if what they write is just a scribble, it makes them feel they are "showing" it. Their examples are very concrete "so, if I had 50 dollars and I put half of it in a bond and then..etc." They also start sentences with "so" a lot. I also notice INFps starting sentences with "so..." Or maybe all betas do that? But they also are very nice and considerate and so can come across like feelers a lot of the time. They will mention emotions easily too, without thinking twice. Like "I can be so stubborn, and I need to instead be open minded, so now I'm going to really attack this goal and keep my eye on the prize."

    ENFjs show emotion, especially worry, excitement, energy. Their energy flies all over the place when excited or angry, but they can also be super focused. They are usually either high or low, not a lot of in between (and they share their mood). They have an expression of contemplation or almost a pained look (as they worry a lot), but it isn't an S thing...it's a Ni look. They want to be grounded (despite their own emotions pulling them in five directions at once) and they want to do things the "right" way. They want to please everyone while also sticking to the rules (which is impossible right?)

    They like discussing theory, but in a Ni past tense way, like how historically something has blah blah, or how all baroque artists tended to blah blah...They like to categorize what has already happened in the past and then apply that to the future basically. "Historically psychiatrists in the united states tended to blah blah, and so we see that all of them are basically blah blah, and this happens every time."
    Good stuff.

    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    Two Beta Extroverts, both perceiving subtype:




    Guess which is which.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewels View Post
    ESTps have that hunter look in their eyes. They look directly into your eyes. They sort of dominate a physical space without trying to. They size up other people without realizing they are doing it. A constant focus on who has the upper hand. They like to use examples where they write something on a piece of paper, even if what they write is just a scribble, it makes them feel they are "showing" it. Their examples are very concrete "so, if I had 50 dollars and I put half of it in a bond and then..etc." They also start sentences with "so" a lot. I also notice INFps starting sentences with "so..." Or maybe all betas do that? But they also are very nice and considerate and so can come across like feelers a lot of the time. They will mention emotions easily too, without thinking twice. Like "I can be so stubborn, and I need to instead be open minded, so now I'm going to really attack this goal and keep my eye on the prize."

    ENFjs show emotion, especially worry, excitement, energy. Their energy flies all over the place when excited or angry, but they can also be super focused. They are usually either high or low, not a lot of in between (and they share their mood). They have an expression of contemplation or almost a pained look (as they worry a lot), but it isn't an S thing...it's a Ni look. They want to be grounded (despite their own emotions pulling them in five directions at once) and they want to do things the "right" way. They want to please everyone while also sticking to the rules (which is impossible right?)

    They like discussing theory, but in a Ni past tense way, like how historically something has blah blah, or how all baroque artists tended to blah blah...They like to categorize what has already happened in the past and then apply that to the future basically. "Historically psychiatrists in the united states tended to blah blah, and so we see that all of them are basically blah blah, and this happens every time."
    Jewel, you know both types very very well. I could not describe myself anymore better than you did about me. Also, on this subject, I think when an EIE becomes super focus they can look like and be seen like an SLE but not for long. SLE rarely looks like an EIE unless when their hidden agenda is at its highest they can laugh and joke alot, totally ignoring their present dominance, I see that in alot of SLE female. But there is a clear differences if you spend longer duration of time with both type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno View Post
    1)
    A girl who I want to date, asks me: well first tell me how tall you are?
    My reply: well I will answer that, if you first tell me how much you weigh!

    2)
    A girl I was dating said she was oh so great at sex etc, but she didn't do blowjobs.
    My reply: Oh I'm really romantic etc, I just will never take you out to dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    ol That's because you're SEE.
    who else agree with this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno View Post
    1)
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    My reply: well I will answer that, if you first tell me how much you weigh!

    2)
    A girl I was dating said she was oh so great at sex etc, but she didn't do blowjobs.
    My reply: Oh I'm really romantic etc, I just will never take you out to dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07490 View Post
    who else agree with this?
    Even if everybody were to agree, it would nonetheless be untrue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Even if everybody were to agree, it would nonetheless be untrue.
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    1)
    A girl who I want to date, asks me: well first tell me how tall you are?
    My reply: well I will answer that, if you first tell me how much you weigh!

    2)
    A girl I was dating said she was oh so great at sex etc, but she didn't do blowjobs.
    My reply: Oh I'm really romantic etc, I just will never take you out to dinner.

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    A better question would be to ask 'I need to find something I'm actually good at that can make me money and stop worrying over shit that doesn't matter.'

    There a trillion ways to progress with your life. Socionics isn't really one of them.

    (Yeah I'm going to keep nagging everybody about this until I get banned on Saturday)

    You are disconnecting yourself from others. It doesn't matter who is an eie or sle - it simply matters if you can see that person accurately without labels. So you can observe others. But sometimes there are people that watch the ones that watch others.

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    great pic, Allie. It illustrates the difference in their looks quite nicely! My aunt is EIE and has that same look. So funny.

    And I think FDG is probably LIE>SEE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    I forgot to ask earlier, but could everyone not quote the same photo over and over? Thanks.
    Apologies. I know they're gone now, but I'll keep it in mind in the future.

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    who else agree with this?
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    What type is he?
    Most likely LSI. His relationship with Hitler was almost certainly duality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP View Post
    N people have no 'density' to them.

    If you're SLE, EIEs probably seem ........ very 'light'. Even ENTjs seem that way to me. Even fat intuitive types have a sort of 'lightness' to them. lightness ~ intuitiveness ~ not really being fully in the present/sensory world.

    Se people seem much more capable of actually kicking someone's ass. That doesn't mean they are more skilled or in better shape, but, they just seem more ready and prepared to stand up to something or do, concretely, something. Particularly compared to NFs. ENFjs are more likely to talk about something or warn you about something, where as an ESTp might just punch someone or yell at them, etc.

    Things like that.
    This doesn't exactly buttress your self-typing

    But I do agree with the general idea of lightness vs. groundedness.

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    I can bet I could kick your ass.
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    that also makes some sense to me. it's almost as if the ISTj and ESTp have the role within beta of being "sure" and "always right" and somehow this demeanor that i find beta sts sort of naturally have is assuring to a beta NF. like someone who is confident in what they are doing. i find that beta NFs get annoyed with indecisive people or people who seem unconfident in whatever they're about to do. for whatever reason.
    Yes, exactly. I think this is essentially because we expect others to behave in a manner that is complementary to us -- what we are "searching for." So, everyone is basically compared to that benchmark (duality). This is exactly how I am; that lack of certainty that comes from the SeTi mindset (specifically in my delta NF infested family) annoys the hell out of me. I am already uncertain and adaptable enough, as it is; if someone else is like me, it's going to be aggravating.

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    They like discussing theory, but in a Ni past tense way, like how historically something has blah blah, or how all baroque artists tended to blah blah...They like to categorize what has already happened in the past and then apply that to the future basically. "Historically psychiatrists in the united states tended to blah blah, and so we see that all of them are basically blah blah, and this happens every time."
    Everything of what you wrote was spot on, but I wanted to quote this part because of how surprisingly accurate it was, given its specificity. I know that with myself, literally every idea or discussion topic will take a historical turn -- but not in the sense of dry factual bullshit, more like a, "this has always happened with people" type of thing. It seems that a penchant for that sort of humanistic approach to history is fairly pervasive in beta NFs; I know I do it unwittingly, and have observed a few other beta NF friends who do as well. It works well with the quadra roles -- us being the sort of emotionally-charged visionaries or whateverthefuck. The stereotype is dumb, but it makes sense when viewed in the light of looking at abstract processes and their latent effects throughout time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post

    Everything of what you wrote was spot on, but I wanted to quote this part because of how surprisingly accurate it was, given its specificity. I know that with myself, literally every idea or discussion topic will take a historical turn -- but not in the sense of dry factual bullshit, more like a, "this has always happened with people" type of thing. It seems that a penchant for that sort of humanistic approach to history is fairly pervasive in beta NFs; I know I do it unwittingly, and have observed a few other beta NF friends who do as well. It works well with the quadra roles -- us being the sort of emotionally-charged visionaries or whateverthefuck. The stereotype is dumb, but it makes sense when viewed in the light of looking at abstract processes and their latent effects throughout time.
    Yeah this has really stood out to me in both INFps and ENFjs (I notice it most in those types) because Ni is sooo different from Ne that I really notice it. I think sometimes it's harder to see this stuff in your own quadra because it's such a core part of how things work for you. But Ni sorta conflicts w/ my Ne ideas, so I notice the structure of it more.

    Would be interesting to hear an Ni person's take on Ne, or Si, etc. To an Ni person, it probably sounds like "forget all that has happened before...I just had this crazy idea and let's TRY it because why the hell not?!!" LOL. But of course to me, I respond to Ni with "who cares what came before -- the historic factors may not apply right now (or to the future) because other factors might be more powerful, so let's look at what's going on and will be going on, not what has happened before" -- and that is something that Ni types of course argue me to the death on...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewels View Post
    Yeah this has really stood out to me in both INFps and ENFjs (I notice it most in those types) because Ni is sooo different from Ne that I really notice it. I think sometimes it's harder to see this stuff in your own quadra because it's such a core part of how things work for you. But Ni sorta conflicts w/ my Ne ideas, so I notice the structure of it more.
    YES. That portion of text should be stickied. The quadra elements, themes, etc. are completely native to you, so they're not things you're really going to "see" in others objectively, nor can you really "act" like them. Whereas with non-quadra stuff, you can qualitate it a lot easier, because it is separate from you.

    Would be interesting to hear an Ni person's take on Ne, or Si, etc. To an Ni person, it probably sounds like "forget all that has happened before...I just had this crazy idea and let's TRY it because why the hell not?!!" LOL. But of course to me, I respond to Ni with "who cares what came before -- the historic factors may not apply right now (or to the future) because other factors might be more powerful, so let's look at what's going on and will be going on, not what has happened before" -- and that is something that Ni types of course argue me to the death on...
    That's actually interesting. The example is sort of stereotypical, but the theme behind it makes sense. The main conflict with Ni and Ne people, is that Ni views a lot of things as irrelevant that Ne would find interesting, because its focus is on abstract processes over time, not variable and potentials. Ne-valuers seem to wonder sometimes why an Ni-valuer will write some new idea, thing, etc. off -- and that is pretty much why. There's simply a central, intangible process -- a baseline of sorts -- which can't really be deviated from -- not because it's too deliberate or anything, just because it's there, it's fucking obvious lol (this should reaffirm the above point you made). Ne-valuers just seem to laugh at this notion, and go about their expatiating ways
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    Jewels, that was a great description and my experiences with these two types backs up what you said.

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    that also makes some sense to me. it's almost as if the ISTj and ESTp have the role within beta of being "sure" and "always right" and somehow this demeanor that i find beta sts sort of naturally have is assuring to a beta NF. like someone who is confident in what they are doing. i find that beta NFs get annoyed with indecisive people or people who seem unconfident in whatever they're about to do. for whatever reason.
    Yeah, the first thing I notice about Beta STs is their confidence. They seem to assimilate into different situations very easily and they're never awkward.
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    SLE's can sometimes be douchebags and not know what they said that irritated or hurt people, i'll see if i can give examples off the top of my head. If you guys are having a conversation where it involved giving opinions-say one person gives an opinion where it was like illogical but still applied to the situation. The SLE might* say, "that's stupid, how does that even make sense logically?". The reciever will get offended, "wow that was very mean" -SLE: "What? I just said it doesn't make sense..." (confused). (Or they're not aware that the way they respond (attitude, loudness) can offend people)

    Another thing is that they won't hold back in telling you do to something + they're impulsive. (Unless they're Ti-sub). *I could be wrong though*
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReiLingBaz View Post
    SLE's can sometimes be douchebags and not know what they said that irritated or hurt people, i'll see if i can give examples off the top of my head. If you guys are having a conversation where it involved giving opinions-say one person gives an opinion where it was like illogical but still applied to the situation. The SLE might* say, "that's stupid, how does that even make sense logically?". The reciever will get offended, "wow that was very mean" -SLE: "What? I just said it doesn't make sense..." (confused). (Or they're not aware that the way they respond (attitude, loudness) can offend people)

    Another thing is that they won't hold back in telling you do to something + they're impulsive. (Unless they're Ti-sub). *I could be wrong though*
    I can see how it would be difficult to tell the difference between activity partners, though I think the example you gave wasn't very good because I have said things along those lines, (but I think anyone of any type could say that if someone said something illogical.)
    As for telling the difference between an EIE and SLE, well first of all, both have something the other one wants, (HA). So, an EIE could say something insensitive to get a rise out of someone, (using a mix of and ), and vice versa. The difference is that if you call the SLE out on this, they might get embarrassed or look confused, while the EIE would keep their composure and act like they knew what they were doing all along.
    Also, I thought you were a 4w5, what made you decide on 5w4?
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    I think it's definitely a common problem, that's why so many people type others as "[quadra] in/extrovert". I find it particularly difficult with ethical males and logical females...

    One thing I find useful is victim vs. aggressor - e.g. does she tend to chase aggresssively/assertively after people she's interested in (probably SLE), or does she kind of put on a show that attempts to attract the target (probably EIE)?
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    I thought* i was 4w5-but that was probably because i was depressed while taking it lol. I don't like to express my emotions to people unlike the 4w5, I like to repress them and act all ignorant to people. (Unless it's online i don't give a shit). But i'm still deciding between 4w5 and 5w4, so far 5w4 is 'winning', any assitance is appreciated.

    I thought my example was satisfactory, dud atleast i said that SLE's were confused when that person said it was mean (lets just say they were actually offended)-just that i didn't mention anything on EIE's . I should have elaborated, but you've done that for me-it's all goodd
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