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    Could it be that...they don't like being touched?

    It's not just whether they like to control under what circumstances they are touched or they touch someone else, but the impression they leave on other people that they can't stand their hand being held for more than a few seconds or that they rarely give spontaneous physical signs of affection?

    It runs counterwise to what it's atually written about the type but I have the vage memory of someone commenting on it a while back...
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    I've known only one who didn't and that person was sexually assaulted at a young age. It can be rather difficult to determine actual type characteristics, which are usually under a pile of baggage that an individual accumulates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusal View Post
    Could it be that...they don't like being touched?
    in average, what you say is rather more expected from N type

    by nontypes reasons can be almost anything for concrete people
    S types have more resistance to inadequate behavior in S region. it's higher than average but not absolute
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    That would not be typical, no. ESEs are usually very comfortable and engaged with their physical environment in general.

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    My ESE friend hugs me a lot and we're not even best buddies or anything. And her and IEE (this one is also a very physical person) are always platonically touching each other lol
    It's probably an individual thing

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    My ESE mom is very jovial and enjoys hugging and shaking hands with people. She thinks people who don't like it are somewhat annoying.

    She's the only ESE I really know, though.
    Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves."

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    It depends on the love language I think.

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