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Question #1260554489Friday, 11-Dec-2009
Category: Intertype Relations j/p
How can the difference of one factor (j and p) make such a difference between how well I, as an ENFP, would get on with an ISTP and ISTJ? One is supposed to be my dual and the other my conflicting relationship. (Sorry if this is a basic question but I'm quite new to all this.) -- Nancy
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A1 It's not 1 factor only. j and p mean that the whole functions sequence works in a different way! So for ENFp the sequence is NeFi,SeTi,SiTe,NiFe. ISTp the sequence is SiTe,NiFe,NeFi,SeTi. ISTj the sequence is TiSe,FiNe,FeNi,TeSi. It's obvious that, while for ISTp functions are working in the same sense as for ENFp, for ISTj they are working in the opposite sense. It's also obvious that ISTp's 2 first pairs of functions are the same as ENFp's 2 last pairs of functions and vice versa while between ENFp and ISTj these pairs have the opposite attitude. It's what makes ISTp your dual and ISTj your conflicting -- Piccolo_Michel
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