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Sharath Mandyam

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Could someone give reference to a material with details on how the direction of preference is more important than the degree of preference in MBTI?
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Consider the situation of a person who does not share similar interests in a specific matter with the other members of a group he belongs to. The difference being that he is morally inclined not to accept the views of others. What is the position of the person in that group? How does this alter his equation with other members?
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+Sharath Mandyam I would say this specific person must understand that this particular mental gap (as evident from the example you gave), will always lead to a tough situation and he must be prepared to face it, i.e. only if he has enough courage maintain his difference from the group regardless of the kinds of people he encounters. Otherwise, its easy to align oneself with the direction of the wind.
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The modern trend has been to use words that were previously considered unacceptable at every single instance to swear at people or express their displeasure. 1)Is this a transitional change or something that is practiced in order to connect with fellow beings?
2)how much weight will the words carry when they are used regularly? Will their usage not pass off as normal happening?
( I for one haven't used them regularly and yet I'm able to look at them lightly when they are hurled at me. What is it that restrains me reacting in an angry fashion the manner in which normally people do?)
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THESE WORDS ARE MORE COMMON IN THESE DAYS. PERSONALLY I BEGUN TO STUDY THE MEANING OF THESE. MY FINDINGS ARE THAT THESE ARE ALL MADE BY MALES TO DEMEANISH OR PUSH TO THE LIMITS ANOTHER MALE.  AS A FEMALE, IF THOSE WORDS COME FROM OUR BEST MALE AND WOULD PAY ATTENTION THE TONE IT IS USED, WE MAY NOT CONSIDER THEM AS INSULTING BUT RATHER AN INVITATION TO SEXUAL ACTIVITY.
THE WORDS THAT I FIND MORE OFFENSIVE AND LESS USED ARE THOSE FROM PREVIOUS GENERATIONS.  THOSE ARE IN THE DICTIONARY AND THEIR MEANING IS ONE THAT DENOTES AN INDIVIDUAL TO BE LESS THAN INTELLIGENT.
THESE ARE THE ONES THAT HUMANS IN GENERAL WILL NOT TAKE AT ALL.
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Sharath Mandyam

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Here is a situation that I could not comprehend.
There are two people with characters very similar to each other. One of them has a software application that program that accurately predicts the character of a person when his or her date of birth and name is given. This person used the application and found that the other person had the same characteristics and traits as himself. This astonished him to no end. However the other person conceded that he knew that their characters were similar much earlier. How is it that one could identify another person with similar character while the other was completely ignorant?
Ps- I can vouch for the correctness of the application's prediction as I have found it to concur with real life traits including my own.
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Congratulations +Tim Goodwin every word you said is right :). +Raedawn Mason thank you for your input and concern. I'm 19 and not having a boring life presently. So I gather that some people refuse to see obvious things.
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Social (Social Neuroscience, Organizational, EvPsych, etc.)  - 
 
Often there is one person in a group who is the butt of all jokes, who is taken for granted and regularly spoken to in an ill manner. What is it that induces everyone part of that group to do so? Why does the person remain in that circle even after being ill-treated? What goes through the mind of the people and the person specifically? What psychological impact will it have? I've noticed that this phenomenon is not related to any particular boundaries that would define the groups identity- for example this phenomenon transcends the boundaries of age.
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Very true.
I myself am a recipient of a duel transplant, Liver and Kidney, won a bout with Cancer on Liver. Among other issue's.
I have been able to refer to these ( bad experiences) in many conversations.
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Can anyone xplain how the mind gets used 2 lying and a person over time starts lying naturally even without any hesitation that looks so natural that others believe him/her?
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+Anouk Steenbergen the way to get beyond the point of feeling wrong is to practice feeling right - I can be accountable without feeling wrong
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