Addiction can make you feel as if you're missing out on some valuable points made by other members or even that the group has turned its back on you because you're logged off.
Chat rooms may produce crowd mentality – the power is in the numbers.
It's like that old Broadway actors' axiom that goes something like, "It's better to be strong and wrong than right and weak." He's sorta like, "I'll say this thing, but I'm not invested in it, but if I'm going to say it, I'll say it strongly." Now, I'm not saying for sure he's SLE, b/c I watched this video very briefly, but that's how I'd make a case for it. my point is: you're going to see a major element of routine, politeness, "boringness" and rigidity in his behavior no matter what his type is.
Those are things I look for if I'm considering SLE as someone's type. compare this to footage of William in a similarly relaxed, free and unmonitored state. it's part of the deal where being a prince is concerned.
Looking at him here: I would say, see how his eyes occasionally go flick-flick, flick-flick, these fast movements? That is, not all parts are moving in harmony, tightly coordinated from head to toe. He's not really composed--he could just go any direction in any moment, if I try to model in my mind how he will be moving and behaving in 2 minutes, 5 minutes, etc. It looks different from one EP to the next, but I see it in him.
has a whole gallery of ESTps making just that face. (english section down) here: no similarity at all, nooooooo... Merely showing a photo where he is seen at a particular angle means about zero. I would say, see how his physical presence is expansive and somewhat disorganized-looking?
A lot of people have found it a bit creepy, and although I do think it's an amazing, iconic statement of a ring, I also think it's resonant with a marriage gone horribly wrong.
Previously I had considered SLE for William and LIE for Harry, but then later, I couldn't for the life of me think why I had done that..almost felt like I had got them mixed up. I don't know a lot about it him apart from that he seems like quite a careful, shy, sort of person (and not really like Harry). I think my Mom and Dad are ESI and LIE, so seeing this documentary you speak of might help me confirm (or ultimately) reject the typing of my parents. It was unexpectedly there, and it was instantly gone. He's showing those odd mixtures I'm always trying to figure out how to articulate in SLE: a laid-back and loose framework holding an intense here-and-now way of processing the world?Through a chat room, a predator can engage a child and attempt to entice him out of the chat room into a private room or, in the worst case scenario, into a real life situation.Because they’re hidden behind the screen, predators can easily put a child at ease through conversation, cute emoticons or avatars, and participation in the chat room’s theme. Army’s famous slogan of “Be All You Can Be” becomes “Be Anyone You Can Be” in a chat room.ESTjs and ENTjs are normally not any less "fidgety" than that (in fact, they are worse; greatly so; Dynamic extroverts are much "lighter" and less inert in their behavior than even EP types often are; people in this thread are way underestimating this), so your argument doesn't help the case for these either. my point is: you're going to see a major element of routine, politeness, "boringness" and rigidity in his behavior no matter what his type is.compare this to footage of William in a similarly relaxed, free and unmonitored state. it's part of the deal where being a prince is concerned.