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    At the end of this Armenian program an SEE instructs EII to be strong. He says “don’t bend your neck in front of anyone; don’t be meek and others will look at you differently”

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vRbLyZSOxv8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beautiful sky View Post
    At the end of this Armenian program an SEE instructs EII to be strong. He says “don’t bend your neck in front of anyone; don’t be meek and others will look at you differently”

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vRbLyZSOxv8
    Yeah body language matters greatly in how people perceive you. But take it from an IEE, Take no notice, the two SEE's I've had to live with, I couldn't stand (no offense). Its the Se with Fi, it makes them power trippers and highly manipulative. Not all SEE are like this, but over extended periods they do my head in...

    I actually get a long ok with SLE's, if you think about it they have si and te in the id.

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    Many SEEs seem to view EIIs as impractical and not 'out in the real world' enough to be truly effective; they don't seem to even applaud EIIs who are recognized by others as far more accomplished than themselves. SEEs seem to appreciate little from EIIs except perhaps physically tangible things; SEEs tend not to see the value in holistic views unless they're broken down into concrete terms, which is a weakness - and their loss......

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