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    Default Opposing quadra compatibility

    In your opposing quadra, list the types you generally get along with in order from most to least.

    For me (IEI) it's definitely:

    IEE
    SLI
    LSE
    EII

    Too lazy to do it by subtypes right now but I might later.

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    IEI, LSI, SLE, EIE... I'm not even sure irl I know well the last 2 types, so.. who knows

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    to cooperate
    contrary then quasi

    to get fun
    conflictor then superego
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Can't...
    I know one LII. My best friend's bother. We get along and he's cool, but it's a shallow kind of thing.
    I've maybe known an SEI or 2 at work? Can't say.
    I knew an ILE at work a long time ago and he was funny as hell but there was an issue here and there that would be a bigger deal if we were closer.
    I've known a small handful of ESEs at work and I've had contempt for them and one got me fired out of anger, so yeah (:

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    Best: LII, SEI-Fe
    Mixed: ILE, ESE
    Worst: SEI-Si.

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    ILI, ESI, then either SEEs or LIEs.
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    SEI, ESE, LII, ILE.

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    EII
    SLI
    IEE
    LSE

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    I deal pretty well with IEIs and SLEs, but not at all with EIEs and LSIs. In my case, it's very black-and-white.
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    SLI
    EII,IEE
    LSE

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    The usual story goes: super-egos are good at helping over coming each others problems in short term. They do not really step on each others toes and basically can roast each other.

    Conflict can be bit weary and develops into avoidance.

    Contrary: usually very good at some distance.

    Quasi-identical: bewildering.

    Seems to be quite right for me.
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    I find LSI, particularly the Ti-sub, very easy to get along with. Also, my (female) boss is LSI and we have an amazing working relationship.
    Another thing I noticed is that a lot of the older LSIs I know (well over their 40s), coworkers or not, are into videogames or wrestling fans. What's up with that?

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    IEE > SLI > EII > LSE

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    I can't rank them. Maybe LIEs or ILIs cause the least stress but ESIs have the most potential for a close relationship.

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    SEI > ILE > ESE > LII


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    SLE > LSI > IEI > EIE

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    Many ESIs seem to understand me and I them though our perceptions and priorities were often very different.
    LIEs that I've met seem to have treated me as if I'm inferior but useful while they came across as unhelpful chest-thumpers. Socially, I seem to get along with those that I didn't work with.
    SEEs seem rather flippant and flighty so I tended to keep them at a distance. We've had some interesting sparring sessions.
    More than a few ILIs seemed to have found my ideas interesting and I theirs but we were in constant opposition as to what to do about these ideas, which I'm sure would be unhealthy in a close, long-term relationship......

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