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    Hi. Type me! After reading this over again I noticed how tense I was in the beginning and how I seemed to loosen up as I went, which seemed interesting. I'd really appreciate any sort of feedback, even it's just a vibe you get, or one dichotomy or quadra. Thanks.
    Tell me about yourself: I never know what to say to such a broad question. It sets the tone for a job interview, which seems pretty tension-inducing, in my opinion. Anyway, Iím pretty young- young enough that this isnít just an intellectual pursuit for me but a way to find myself. Iíve been studying this for around a year. Iíve changed types so much that by this point, nothing will surprise me. I could be anything.

    What do you study or do for a living? How did you come to do that? What do you like or dislike about it? Iím not in college yet, but I think Iím going to study psychology or neuroscience when I get there. Socionics was actually one of the reasons why I got so interested in psychology. Since Iíve started studying typology Iíve also started reading articles on various websites. Psychology seems so cutting-edge, so vast. I feel like the human mind is so complex that weíll never fully understand how it works, and that scares me a little, but at the same time, I dream of making a major discovery and being one of the few to break through, so to speak. But it seems like neuroscience is more concrete, I guess than psychology because it deals with how the brain works. Iíd also like to study the ďsourceĒ of our behavior if that makes sense.

    What are your values, and why? I havenít decided what all of them are yet. Sometimes what I like or dislike only becomes apparent to me once I experience it. What tends to happen when I read a description for a function or type or whatever in socionics is Iím not sure if I relate to it or not because Iíve never encountered such a situation. For example, the question in here of whether I like kids or not I wouldnít have known how to answer if I hadnít volunteered at a daycare.
    But what I have observed in myself so far is that I value dedication, passion, and humor. I like when people work hard for a cause or to reach a goal because it inspires me.

    What else do you do on a daily basis? What are your interests and hobbies? Why do you do them?*
    Socionics is pretty much my main hobby, for the reasons stated above. For the most part, though, I play games on my phone and occasionally read. Itís upsetting that I only read a fraction of how I used to, but I guess itís because entertainment is at the tips of my fingers. But no matter what I do, Iím procrastinating on some form of work. I think the last time I had ďfree timeĒ- when I had absolutely nothing to do- was at least four or five years ago, because Iím constantly leaving something off, thinking itís too big a task. Some things I just never get to, and then itís too late and I miss whatever opportunity. Itís only some sort of pressure that gets me going. I think this is partially due to me never having a goal. I only study because I have to, because itís what everyone is doing, what everyone tells me to do. I constantly think, ďwell, whatís the point? Iím just going to work and then die?Ē The real reason I waste my time on stupid games, in my opinion, is that they take my mind off this, distract me from how directionless I feel.

    What do you look for in friends? I look for someone who I can loosen up around, someone fun and interesting who I can laugh and joke with. I donít like people who act arrogantly, who are bossy or manipulative. People who donít respect others. Those who are spineless, timid, afraid of confrontation or unwilling to get things into the air. I can tolerate this last point more with friends than romantic partners. In romantic relationships I like someone who is driven and doesnít waffle around like me, because theyíll motivate me to be more productive. Someone who is dedicated and passionate about something and sets goals around that thing. I donít mind someone who is a little quiet, but I get intimidated by someone whoís too loud. Itís a confidence thing because I can be loud myself when Iím comfortable enough.

    What conflicts have you encountered recently with other people? Why did they happen? Which kinds seem to happen on a regular basis? The last big and open conflict I had with someone was actually a long time ago. I skipped school, sick for a day, and got some texts asking where I was. I thought it would be funny to text them something like ďI regret to inform you that sullutac has passed away at 6:08 PM EST from a severe migraine and stomach ache. I am sorry for your loss.Ē Most of them didnít take it seriously, but this girl, who Iím not even sure I sent it to, got extremely angry and told me when I came back to school that sheíd ďdrop meĒ if I pulled something like it again. Which made me furious because I didnít think we were friends in the first place. The fact that she attempted to regulate my behavior based on no position in my book irritated the hell out of me, but I didnít say anything to her because I didnít want her to get angrier and a part of me wondered if I was overreacting. I truly wish I did, because Iím still stewing over it to this day. This is what usually happens, and this is why I havenít conflicted openly with others.

    How would your friends describe you? Wasnít actually sure, so I did the johari/nohari thing and got energetic, observant, silly, clever, withdrawn, passive, impatient, and timid. Funny how the traits I canít tolerate in others I have myself.

    What are your weaknesses? What criticism do you often face from others? What do you dislike about yourself? I need to be more confident. My mom, who is an LSE, possibly a beta ST, says that Iím messy, disorganized, and unfocused. Whatís strange is that I donít care that she says that, maybe because sheís said it so much that by this point Iíve gotten used to it or I rationalize my behavior away as being typical. Specifically, itís stuff like how messy my room or my appearance is. She finds trash in the corner that I didnít notice and picks at my hair in disgust because ďitís a lionís mane.Ē

    In what areas of life can you manage well on your own? In what areas of your life would you like help? Iím okay- people say Iím good- at being efficient, knowing when I need to work, and evaluating my work objectively as meeting or not meeting requirements. When I do work, I usually find a way to simplify the material so I fulfill the purpose of the work without a waste of time or effort. People also say that my logic is strong, but I feel like I could do better, especially when something is proposed that I didnít think of beforehand. I get flustered then and canít come up with a response, at least right away. Iím good at telling when someone is feeling down, tense, upset, or excited- basically, feeling differently from how they normally act. When I meet someone, I feel like they sort of ďimprintĒ in my mind so I get a feel of their personality. So itís easy to tell when theyíre acting strangely. Iím not good at telling when someone likes me or not. I tend to think that if theyíve been my friend for a while, theyíll like me, and if theyíre a stranger, they donít. But sometimes I get overly sensitive and think that someone must hate me because they acted off for one day, etc. Iíd like to know how to be less sensitive- which things to take personally or just as a thoughtless remark, and also to know when itís necessary to be firm and where to draw boundaries.

    What things do you find to be a chore? What things do you enjoy more than others? I would say studying, but in the context of actually being prepared for a test, itís useful, even though Iím still confused about the purpose of my studying. Going to school is kind of a chore because a lot of the time Iím doing nothing in class, pretending to listen to a teacher prattle about something. But I like talking to friends- in fact, most of what ďhappensĒ at school is about my friends: where they stand for me, whether we get along, and any minor annoyance related to them. I can see that itís unproductive and petty, which is embarrassing. Also, Iím a whore for attention. I like to be in the center of the group, making a lot of funny jokes, skits. Itís best when a friend who understands me well riffs along with me and we make everyone laugh together. But to be honest, itís hard to build up the energy to, because a lot of things, like how comfortable I am and whether everyone is involved, need to be perfect.

    What goals, aspirations, or plans do you have for the future? How did you come to have them? I hope that my future self thinks about me and smiles, knowing that all is well. I hope I go somewhere, become someone, realize what Iím going to live for. I hope that as I die, my last thought is of how satisfied I am of a life not wasted. But specifically, I wanna get rich, sleep in a penthouse, gamble, drive as fast as I can on the autobahn, and pet a seal. And also learn krav maga so I can be a bad bitch.

    If you had enough money to live comfortably for the rest of your life without working, what would you do with your time? Iíd probably still go to college and find a career that would be best for me. I canít imagine spending my life listlessly and purposelessly, like how I am now. With the money Iíd have, Iíd feel less worried about choosing a path in time and would probably take the opportunity to jump around, trying everything.

    What traits do you find endearing that others might dislike? I donít mind quiet people, as long as theyíre not overly timid. I tend to admire those who seem competitive, almost arrogant- those who some say are abrasive because of how selfish they are. But it seems to me that they have a kind of spark of life, of intensity, that people are boring without. I usually admire these people secretly because they seem the most likely to judge me and Iím not sure how Iíd talk with them. Also, I tend to respect argumentative and clever people, even though they make me feel flustered.

    What traits are considered positive/neutral by others but tend to annoy you? For some reason, I hate when someone looks at me and tries to ďread my mindĒ, figure out what Iím feeling, especially when Iím trying to hide it. When someone disrespects me by making a harmless joke in front of a large group, when someone seems directionless/unfocused/unambitious and doesnít care.

    What kinds of things do you do to manage and/or beautify your environment (your room, your house, etc.)? What do you think of daily chores? A few years ago I was obsessed with minimalism so I painted my room, got new curtains, etc. I think it was because it used to be covered in nursery wallpaper and pink...and I wanted to appear more mature. I tend to dislike cleaning because Iím too impatient to do it properly and I donít like suddenly seeing all the dirt Iíve been trying to ignore or touching half-eaten foodÖ and, well, after a while, I get used to the mess.

    How do you behave around strangers? Iím shy, quiet. I try to be kind and considerate to most people but I usually go overboard and seem timid. Recently though Iíve started to open up, be friendly, and ask questions, which I enjoy. I used to hate small talk, but now I can see that itís a good way to get to know someone.

    How do you react to conflict? What do you do if somebody insults or attacks you? Badly. I get shocked if itís just a rude remark- paralyzed in one place because I typically donít expect it, and then incredibly angry, so angry that I want to scream at them, but I donít because Iím afraid of backlash. I feel like if I were just more confident I would have no problem confronting them immediately and fiercely, which is what I really want to do.

    What is one common misconception that people have? Explain why it is wrong.: That all quiet people are boring, and theyíll always be boring because they must be quiet even when theyíre comfortable. Or more broadly, that someoneís behavior in one moment/situation is how they always act. Most people would say that they donít do this as they read it, but Iím sure that we have all generalized and just assumed that someone was a certain way. For instance, we obviously canít say that someone tacit and tense around their abusive parent is always that way because it is the circumstances, the context of the situation, that makes them like that, especially if theyíre relaxed around their friends.

    What did you do last Friday? Friday was two days ago and I canít remember what I did besides the obvious. It was just one of many other wasted days.

    What is your biggest accomplishment? I donít have any noteworthy accomplishments. All I have are small triumphs that excite me for a little while but are ultimately forgettable and irrelevant on paper. None of them are remarkable enough to answer this question with...

    What is something you regret? I regret not working when I should have.

    Who do you admire, and why? I admire those who have triumphed even after a lot of difficulties. Those who have overcome a huge setback, who are the greatest, the best. Sometimes Iíll start imagining something that can be as random as the most accurate sharpshooter in WW2 being incredibly heroic and badass and suddenly feel tears pricking my eyes...

    What are your religious or spiritual beliefs and why do you hold them? I donít have any.
    What are your political beliefs, and why? To what extent do you care about politics? I donít have any beliefs, more like inclinations that I donít really feel confident about because I havenít researched them enough. That research will take time and effort because Iíll need to read about all the sides of every argument before I can decide on one that I can support with claims so I donít seem stupid. So I havenít done anything. I think that once I learn more about politics Iíll feel very strongly about my views and would gladly start an argument, though.

    What kind of work environment do you prefer? What do you look for in a job? This is another example of how Iím not sure how I feel about something because Iíve never experienced it. I think, and this is just a guess, Iíd prefer money over convenience. Iíd prefer to have a job I like doing, one I feel truly passionate about because I think I get better results this way. I want to be comfortable talking to my colleagues and for all of us to be a team- be so relaxed that we can discuss anything. This kind of atmosphere makes me look forward to even otherwise tedious work.

    What is or was your favorite school subject and why? I donít have one. Math and science arenít hard, but I feel like teachers always limit our discussions and work to just memorization of formulas. I think that if I had a teacher who was exceptionally passionate about them, then they could grow to be my favorite subjects. I hate history because I dislike memorizing things. It sounds important in theory because we need to know how itíll repeat, but in this case, Iíd only like to study major events and the details of how those events happened, and how those events led to other events. I donít care about what the Romans ate for dinner or how long it took to write the Declaration of Independence. Literature is fun to interpret, but class is full of busy work and Iím not very good at expressing myself in writing. I tend to think too much of how I can say things precisely and Iím not sure if Iíve elaborated enough, which I havenít, apparently.

    How do you approach responsibility? What do you tend to expect of others? Iím very responsible when other people are involved, possibly because of self-consciousness or the desire to not burden them. And I tend to expect that others will do the same as me- never inconvenience others by being irresponsible, like if you are expected to complete group work in time for a project. I like when people seem to put a hundred percent effort into a task because I do the same when Iím actually working. I have a low opinion of people who think theyíll get by doing the bare minimum because to me it shows weak character.

    Where did you go on your most recent vacation? What did you do there? How did you like it and why? I went to the beach. It was ok. Thereís that wonderful smelling sea air, but whatís much better is the lack of responsibility. Does my mom pressure me to study? Not on vacation. All I have to do is float along with the waves, shielding my eyes from the untraveled road in front of me, if only for a little while. And then soon Iíll hurtle back to reality, and Iíll start abruptly to study again.

    What were you like as a kid? How have you changed since you were a child? I watched some videos from when I was about 4 and I seemed really happy, mellow, and playful. I made jokes, was easily embarrassed, and was usually drawing or reading. I seemed like I didnít mind playing alone. When I went to daycare, I still remember being bossed around by kids more assertive than me. And when I went to elementary school, I became quieter and took refuge in books, and thatís how I am now.

    What was your high school experience like? Okay. My high school is tame, thereís not much bullying, and most people are friendly. People are as boring as youíd expect middle-class suburbians to be, though, like dough, the kind with too much flour.

    Talk about a significant event from your life.: So I was in this squishy warm cave thing, and it was all dark. All I could hear was a faint gurgling and an occasional rumble, but then one day there was this hugeass earthquake and I could hear faint yelling that sounded like a buff dude trying to go falsetto. And then I felt this squeezing thing on my head and suddenly it was loud and also super smelly for some reason and then I opened my eyes and saw a really ugly monkey grinning at me, so of course I started screaming and crying, and thatís the story of how I got spanked for the first time.

    Do you like kids? Why or why not? Theyíre alright to handle for a little while. Iím good at talking to them and playing with them, but theyíd probably be a nightmare to feed and bathe. I wonít have the patience for them, at least right now.

    If you were to raise a child, what would be your main concerns, what measures would you take, and why? Iíd want them to grow up with good social skills and healthy self-esteem, because I lacked these and I regret missing out. So Iíd probably have two kids, or at least take them to a park or something. Read enough books/get consulting on how to encourage a sense of self. Iíd try to give them a love of reading, curiosity- a work ethic. Basically, Iíd try to equip them best as possible to succeed in life, to tend to their full potential. Iíll try to structure their environment to be one most helpful for their growth- namely, challenge when they need it, but no constant pressure like I had. Iíd worry that Iíd be too nice to them, and that eventually they wonít listen to me because I didnít discipline them enough. Actually, this is what happened at the daycare I volunteered at: the kids loved me but didnít obey what I said.

    Ever feel stuck in a rut? If yes, describe the causes and your reaction to it. Yes, right now. Iíve said it before, but I feel like I donít know where Iím headed in life, etc etc. I feel paralyzed, and as of right now the only reason why I try hard in school is because I feel short-term pressure from those around me.

    How do you see other people as a whole? What do you consider a prevalent social problem? Name one. People are actually cute. They move as a mass, influenced by the same things, scared by the same problems, but so worried- so anxious to be unique, to make an impact. They feel love, hate, sorrow, no matter their party or race. They all strive to be different in the same way, always wanting, always lacking. Itís when Iím stopped at an intersection that I feel the most in unison with everyone. Weíre all driving, obeying the same rules, forever, like a constant stream of ants. Weíre together, although it doesnít seem like it in the insides of our cars, where we deal with petty problems. But donít get me wrong- I think weíre all selfish to the bone. Maybe itís just my experience, but Iíve never met a saint. Even if someone is nice itís because they, consciously or not, want to be liked and accepted by society. Never have I seen someone act from a pure heart. Thatís a problem, but I feel like it wonít ever be fixed.

    What do you do if you're not getting what you want? What approach do you use?
    Are you comfortable taking leadership roles? In what areas? Why or why not? I like being the leader, because like I said above Iím an attention whore. I have a strong personality, and I like being the one to decide on things in a group, whether itís for work or for fun. In the past, I worried that I would come off as abrasive if I took control, so I tried to restrain myself, but I only managed to appear passive-aggressive. Recently Iíve begun to express my ideas and suggest things to do, ask questions, and sort of decide what the group is doing, but Iím not really sure if Iím being annoying or not. Hopefully with practice Iíll eventually learn how to control myself.
    How often do you get angry? What kinds of things make you angry? I get angry at least once a week, usually at my mom, but offended at least once every two days at something someone said. I know that Iím too sensitive so I usually donít express my feelings, but this leads to never knowing when to properly show my anger- when to set boundaries. I worry that Iíll get bullied or Iíll get stuck in some kind of abusive relationship, but also that I come off as sensitive and picky. I get angry at any sign of perceived disrespect, such as constantly interrupting me. My mom and I usually fight over how unproductive I am, something she has a point about, and how inconsiderate and racist she is, which I think I have a point about.
    What is the best thing that happened to you during the past week? I canít remember anything particular that happened in the past week.
    What is the worst thing that happened to you during the past week? It was another wasted week.
    What is the purpose of life? What do you find personally meaningful in life? I donít know, and this is my biggest problem right now. I need to know before itís too late.
    What is the most interesting place you have been, and why? Any place where I have a good view of a lot of people. I like to look at them as they walk, alone or with others, and the differences between these two are very interesting. I like to see how the react to things, unaware that theyíre being observed, and wonder if I can tell just a little about their personality from a few short seconds. I like to see how they move together, like a herd, and feel somewhat omniscient looking at them all.
    How do you dress or manage your appearance? I go through phases, and when I say phases I actually mean about an hour, where I get conscious of my appearance. And then I think of maybe getting better clothes, fixing my hair. Iím bad at dealing with really detailed things like messy hair, eyebrows, or acne because Iím too impatient and I always miss something. So I feel like I never have a really ďclean-lookingĒ appearance that I see other girls have, with not a hair out of place. Sometimes I canít tell whether I even look like other girls, like I always look so ruffled that I stand out from them. I want to dress fashionably, but I think I look unfashionable for the most part and only wear hoodies and athleisure, with some pieces that are more chic that of course stick out, and that Iím not sure I look good in.
    Do you like surprises? Iíve actually never been surprised before, but of course I would like a surprise gift or party. How nice is it that someone prepared something just for you? But I donít like when a situation turns out different from what I predicted or when someone thinks of logic I didnít anticipate. Iím often not prepared at all, but in the case of the former only, when Iím in a good mood I can improvise. I tend to be good at thinking on my feet when Iím not arguing about something in front of a lot of people.

    Is there anything else important about you that we should know? Intertype relations (not completely sure bc I couldíve typed them wrong):
    Mom: LSE but I could easily see beta ST bc Iím not sure if she uses more Se or Te. Sheís actually good at small talk, but the more you know her the more intolerant she gets. And she seems clearly extroverted because sheís so objective, so ďinvolvedĒ, if that makes sense- she only evaluates things based on what they are, how they are, the facts. I donít see her using much Ti, or actually any introverted function, for that matter. And this is not just because Iím her daughter and sheís concerned for me, because she acts like this with everyone and everything.

    This guy I donít like: Beta ST, probably SLE because he doesnít seem introverted and he always says kind of rude things, like ďwhy does he even bother to play if he sucks so much?Ē right in front of the person, which seems like weak Fi. He could also be EIE, but I donít see him doing so much to improve the mood.

    One of my friends: Alpha SF, maybe ENFp. She complains a lot about inconvenience, noise, temperature, and people who walk slow, which seems like strong (?) valued Si. She and I joke around a lot, but we have never had a real, heart-to-heart conversation. Her temperament seems more IP than EJ, so I think ISFp.



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    "I constantly think, ďwell, whatís the point? Iím just going to work and then die?Ē The real reason I waste my time on stupid games, in my opinion, is that they take my mind off this, distract me from how directionless I feel. "

    high Ni, probably valued

    "messy, disorganized, and unfocused" - weak sensing

    "to know when itís necessary to be firm and where to draw boundaries." - weak Se

    "Also, Iím a whore for attention. I like to be in the center of the group, making a lot of funny jokes, skits. Itís best when a friend who understands me well riffs along with me and we make everyone laugh together. But to be honest, itís hard to build up the energy to, because a lot of things, like how comfortable I am and whether everyone is involved, need to be perfect. "
    - probably Fe valuing

    " I admire those who have triumphed even after a lot of difficulties. Those who have overcome a huge setback, who are the greatest, the best. Sometimes Iíll start imagining something that can be as random as the most accurate sharpshooter in WW2 being incredibly heroic and badass and suddenly feel tears pricking my eyes..."
    valued Se

    Generally you sound EIE or maybe IEI.
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    @thehotelambush
    Thank you for the detailed feedback!
    It sounds like you think I seem more EIE than IEI- why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullutac View Post
    @thehotelambush
    Thank you for the detailed feedback!
    It sounds like you think I seem more EIE than IEI- why is that?
    Both are plausible. You mention taking leadership roles which would be more typical of an EIE, but also being unproductive and timid which would be more IEI.

    Do you overall find it easy to take initiative and expand your "sphere" or do you tend to stick to your comfort zone?
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    Comfort zone, I guess, in terms of talking to new people. But I think it's due to low confidence/social anxiety and I've been trying to force myself to actually express what I think. I tend to have strong opinions that I don't say, especially in front of a lot of people.
    It's hard for me to tell where I stand in terms of "initiative" because I feel like it's only my circumstances that made me like this and I could be entirely different under the right conditions. (this is why questions like these are confusing.) I might be reserved either way, though. Not really sure.
    But I have pretty set interests (psychology etc) because I don't see the point of finding new things to do when I still haven't finished with the old.

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    how do you feel about sex sexuality sexual desire and expressions -serious question
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    Dual type (as per tcaudilllg)
    Enneagram 2w1sw(1w9) helps others to live up to their own standards of what a good person is and is very behind the scenes in the process.
    Tritype 1-2-6 stacking sp/sx


    I'm constantly looking to align the real with the ideal.I've been more oriented toward being overly idealistic by expecting the real to match the ideal. My thinking side is dominent. The result is that sometimes I can be overly impersonal or self-centered in my approach, not being understanding of others in the process and simply thinking "you should do this" or "everyone should follor this rule"..."regardless of how they feel or where they're coming from"which just isn't a good attitude to have. It is a way, though, to give oneself an artificial sense of self-justification. LSE

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    estj are controlling and find it hard to relax
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    Dual type (as per tcaudilllg)
    Enneagram 2w1sw(1w9) helps others to live up to their own standards of what a good person is and is very behind the scenes in the process.
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    I'm constantly looking to align the real with the ideal.I've been more oriented toward being overly idealistic by expecting the real to match the ideal. My thinking side is dominent. The result is that sometimes I can be overly impersonal or self-centered in my approach, not being understanding of others in the process and simply thinking "you should do this" or "everyone should follor this rule"..."regardless of how they feel or where they're coming from"which just isn't a good attitude to have. It is a way, though, to give oneself an artificial sense of self-justification. LSE

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    @Beautiful sky
    Uh, not really sure... I'm kinda young, so...

    Thanks for replying! What makes it sound specifically like I have a hard time relaxing in the questionnaire? I think I'm most relaxed when I'm in a good mood/on my own but I guess I still tend to ruminate over a lot of things. I get very tense when in public/talking with people, which makes me think my tension is NTR.

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