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    What's the easiest way to tell between ESI and SEE for an ambivert?

    I really don't fit anywhere but middle of I-E spectrum. I am talkative, even motourmouth and do enjoy company as well as outer things, but for definite amounts of time, do not like to initiate and like solitary walks. I also love to just think about things(ok, moralise!).

    Would cognitive styles be the easiest? What else? Or am I both, depending on ocassion and my disposition?

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    I can be a mixture as well and in socionics, even if you are a complete chatterbox, you can still easily fall into the introverted category. In MBTI and the real world, most people are extroverts, however in socionics I think it's about half and half - basically the socionics definition of extraversion is a little different than the regular definition. Quote from sociotype.com - 'Extraversion in socionics is a perceptual quality defined by a focus on the characteristics and behavior of objects (people, things, events) outside the observer. In contrast, introversion means a focus on the observer's response to and perception of objects. '
    ESFp is pretty different from ISFj. Your best bet is to look at descriptions of both types and check which one you fit into more clearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    What's the easiest way to tell between ESI and SEE for an ambivert?

    I really don't fit anywhere but middle of I-E spectrum. I am talkative, even motourmouth and do enjoy company as well as outer things, but for definite amounts of time, do not like to initiate and like solitary walks. I also love to just think about things(ok, moralise!).

    Would cognitive styles be the easiest? What else? Or am I both, depending on ocassion and my disposition?
    Is Te or Ni your dual seeking function?

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    Find an LIE. Hang out with them. If you think they're a lot of fun and you like to party with them, you're SEE. If you feel like they make great decisions and they will do stuff for you that you struggle with, you're ESI.

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    Your personality here kind of makes you seem like you would be a bit too flamboyant to be an ESI but I dunno.

    "When I ought to be thinking of heaven he will nail me to earth"

     







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    Quote Originally Posted by Aylen View Post
    Your personality here kind of makes you seem like you would be a bit too flamboyant to be an ESI but I dunno.
    my ESI-Se mom is pretty hm, flamboyant in expression too in certain circles.

    I originally thought @nondescript had Ti PoLR but I guess Ne PoLR isn't out of the question either. So yeah, it's up to the dual seeking function IMO

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    Do you seek a guy who is mysterious or rude and assertive? Do you prefer the mad genius or the business-man who finances him and believes in his strengths?

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