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    Default Subtype and intro/extraversion

    My friend is a pretty strong ILE-Ne subtype. She has a lot of Ne and Fe. She's an enneagram type 2 so/sx. It feels like she has equal Fe and Ti, maybe? Idk.
    The only thing is- she is fairly ambiverted. more extraverted than introverted, but still.

    My question is: if an extraverted type has the dominant function subtype, does that necessarily mean they are more extraverted? What do you think?
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    What extraverted means to you?

    It is just energy that flows from inside to outside to me.

    Being a socialite is not extraversion because it can be due to need for intimacy which is introversion.
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    ^ Right. Differentiate between cognitive and social here.

    For an extraverted core type, a base subtype should be more cognitively extraverted than no subtype which is in turn more cognitively extraverted than creative subtype.

    Your friend may spend a lot of time alone, but still not spend that time engaging very much Ti.

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    Ok, I see. thank you.
    I guess she is cognitively extraverted but socially ambiverted.

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