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Old 21/03/2011, 05:37 AM
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Default Anxiety and sociotypes

I wonder if some types are in average more anxious than others. Are there specific functions that can lead to anxiety? Or any function could lead to anxiety? Or maybe anxiety is not function-related at all.
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Old 24/03/2011, 09:49 PM
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I suppose different situations will trigger anxiety in different types so any type can be anxious. What causes anxiety for one type could be soothing for another.
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Not type related, but function related. Anxiety is frequently caused by situations requiring heavy use of weak functions, especially the super-ego.
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Not type related, but function related. Anxiety is frequently caused by situations requiring heavy use of weak functions, especially the super-ego.
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Old 08/04/2011, 12:26 PM
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Not type related, but function related. Anxiety is frequently caused by situations requiring heavy use of weak functions, especially the super-ego.
Yes, big time. I have a child with a chronic illness which means I have to use my weak functions on a daily basis with no let up. I went for a massage yesterday and the therapist was really worried about the tension I had. I did a bit of googling this morning and realised I have to do something about this before it kills me. Not sure how I can fix it though as she is my responsibility, no one else's.
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