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Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Narrow Road To The Interior and Other Writings by Matsuo Basho, translated by Sam Hamill
Friendships/Keeping in Contact in an Extroverted World
Just had a thought... Why is it so difficult for us to retain relationships? I have a hard time believing someone is a friend of mine initially. I'm not allowing my fears keep me enclosed so I'm doing things out of my box constantly. Well things that make me uncomfortable. Like crowded places or being in a group of people i don't really know;however, because I'm using
If you could grow up anywhere, at anytime, where and when would you choose and why?
San Diego before the Hollywood set discovered it for a get-away and it grew and grew and grew. Why? Oh, wow, why: Sunshine, temperate climate, Bird of Paradise plants; every kind of hummingbird; palm trees; mountains; Pacific Ocean; desert without being too hot... so time-frame would be 1930s--after Prohibition, before World War II.
My question> If you
Updated 04-05-2017 at 05:49 PM by BranchMonkey (typo correction)
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Originally Posted by Cupcake Angel Hi everyone.
I don't know about all of you, but I have been frustrated and disillusioned with the structure and nature of MBTI tests for some time now. Most MBTI tests that are out there are based solely on dichotomies, judging where one falls on the spectrum of vague yet stereotyped traits. From my (extensive) individual personality testing, I haven't come across many tests that are based in cognitive function theory, as they should be.
Therefore, I have created
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Gets redundant to read but somethings I am grateful for, every day:
1) Meditating just 30 minutes a day is helping me so much that things which used to irritate to actually piss me off don't phase me--no matter how messy, unexpected, et cetera.
2) I'm old enough now to know how much I didn't need to know, and still young enough to stop stuffing my head full of useless information.
3) My husband is easy to please when it comes to me: He likes me--and it
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Originally Posted by brightflashes From an INFP perspective, could you guys talk a bit about what problems, specifically you have in forum communities and what you do to solve them? If you don't know how to solve them, could you share some of the things you encounter so that another INFP can help?
Here are some of mine:
1. Sometimes people want to tell me they know more about a subject than I do. Usually this is completely off topic. I'm trying to talk to the OP or expand on the OP's ideas, and someone