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Old 30/05/2008, 10:02 PM
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I meant personally.
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Old 30/05/2008, 10:13 PM
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*grins* What if both situations in the second paragraph are the problem?
well then i would have to say the latter situation
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Old 30/05/2008, 10:18 PM
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I was talking about myself. But anyway... I would suggest figuring out which of those describe you more.
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Old 30/05/2008, 10:26 PM
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I was talking about myself. But anyway... I would suggest figuring out which of those describe you more.
oh lovely !
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Old 30/05/2008, 10:30 PM
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When you get frustrated, take a minute to reflect on what exactly is frustrating you.

Fe= the ability to mirror and validate other people's emotions
Fi= the ability to deduce emotional undercurrent and its causes.

Do you get frustrated when someone doesn't validate your feelings?
Do you get frustrated when you can't figure out how to direct the situation into a better place?

Does the frustration stem from not being able to connect and relate? Or does the frustration come from not being able to get the information out in the way you understand it?

That might tell you something.

Everyone has the same frustrations, it's just that the focus changes. When you are really frustrated what is it that you honestly want to communicate?

20 minutes away from the frustration will give you a much clearer view into the problem.
I like this. This is good/clever intelligent.
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Old 30/05/2008, 11:55 PM
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It can be both. Depending on the situation. What I would suggest is to write a little each time and set it aside someplace safe. Leave it for a couple of weeks later. Each time write a little something. Then when you feel like you have enough there to look back on, read through it when you are totally clear headed. Look at it objectively and see if you can spot a trend.
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Old 31/05/2008, 12:12 AM
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It can be both. Depending on the situation. What I would suggest is to write a little each time and set it aside someplace safe. Leave it for a couple of weeks later. Each time write a little something. Then when you feel like you have enough there to look back on, read through it when you are totally clear headed. Look at it objectively and see if you can spot a trend.
I might do this. Seems like a good way for self reflection and stuff, not that I need to, of course . Hey, your ok, .. sometimes
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