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I enjoy the outdoors in a different way then my friends,when i explain my feelings i often hear the term Hippie,which I have no problem with at all,so be it.
I love to Bake,also because i have a major sweet tooth. Iam drawn to the beach as far as hobbies i Love music all types.  I am an extreme person
as far as dealing with stress iam a inward person def. I think and think and think about stuff,often leads to insomnia ive had since i was younger,but at the same token it gives me a greater appreciation for people,i really try to understand them and there actions. The aged old Y? lol i remeber being a little girl and "why"? was my fav. question,i could ask 15xs in under 5 mins. It often became my immediate response to the following answer    lol im not 3 feet tall with wondering eyes and a sense of innocence so i can no longer ask q's this way nemore or else i would.
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Hi Kelly Jean,

I can relate to your feelings about being extreme and always asking "why".  I am from NY also. It's nice to see another AB here.
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Quoted from ABJoe
I have found through trial and error that I have somewhat different personalities depending on certain stresses.  I have equated it to sometimes I just don't think correctly...  There have been instances that I make decisions that are so far out of normal character that I am surprised later that I would make that decision...  I have been able to correlate these symptoms to a need for Nitricycle - or Nitric Oxide imbalance.



Ha.  That's DH.  Nitric Oxide, you say?  Hm.


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Quoted from Mrs T O+

He's a natural leader, has a good memory, but when he was younger, didn't seem to understand people that were slower than him.
He doesn't like compaining & sometimes thinks when you are chatting, repeating, or analyzing a situation that you are complaining or justifying a wrong position.
Even tho he is brilliant, when you are conversing with him, extraneous info can confuse him...


That's DH too.  It might be typical of men who rank at the genius level though.


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No, DH isn't an AB, he's just got the B part.  But it's still him.

My AB little one, who just turned 7 last week, is a lot like what y'all describe.  It's wonderful to read things like this because it helps me understand her.

Oh, and ABNW....toting around children all day is great exercise.  


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That's DH too.  It might be typical of men who rank at the genius level though.

My AB- Father was the leader.  He didnt like complaining. He was also brilliant.  Im B- and I had to learn to slow down and explain myself more clearly for other people.  My son B+, who is smarter than me, has no problem with it.  He naturally finds common ground.  He has a friend, 5 yrs older than him that reads at a grade school level.  My son says this friend plays a mean game of chess.  Theyve been friends for almost 10 years now.  It started as using someone who could buy beer.


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some after thoughts:
here are a few things about myself that annoy me.  i am very gullible and trusting.  i am quite easily influenced and tend to believe people without questioning their words or actions.  i also take what people say to heart, which often leads to disappointment or frustration...i am too serious most of the time.

i am extremely detail oriented.  i always read instructions and directions, and follow rules.  it drives me crazy, but i can't stop myself from being like this.  when i am doing art projects, i will spend insane amounts of time on tiny details that i doubt anyone will even notice, but in the end i feel better knowing that it is complete...i can be obnoxiously thorough.

i am mostly a quiet, reserved person.  i tend to internalize my emotions.  i think it's because i want to be sure that i express them correctly.  what usually happens is, i bottle them up and explode, and end up being completely misunderstood...which is why i was keeping it all inside in the first place...i think i think too much.

on a more positive note, i can be abundantly outgoing and playful...even talkative, in the right situations. (not just alcohol, although it helps)

oh, i also like the dark meat (turkey).  when i was a kid, my mom and i were the only ones in my family that liked the dark meat.  one thanksgiving, we both got sick and everyone blamed it on the dark meat.  i was vomiting for days, and i stopped eating the dark meat after that.  for most of my adult life i have been vegetarian...i tried a vegan lifestyle, but that only lasted for about 1 year.  for the past 4 or 5 years i've been pescatarian.  this was before i was following the btd (intuition at work).  once i researched the btd and found that turkey was a beneficial, i decided to give it a try after all these years.  i had my first holiday turkey in over 15 years this last november...i still prefer the dark meat.
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Hi Kelly Jean,

I can relate to your feelings about being extreme and always asking "why".  I am from NY also. It's nice to see another AB here.


      Hi Sharon,
   It's great to be able to understand and share this information. I am new to this very site but iam taking it all in ;rapidly.  Thankful to have found this site.  I see you have been on this site for a while   well its nice to have another AB compainion!  Especially knowing we are indeed rare.  I look foward to hearing and conversing more with you in the future
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      Hi Sharon,
   It's great to be able to understand and share this information. I am new to this very site but iam taking it all in ;rapidly.  Thankful to have found this site.  I see you have been on this site for a while   well its nice to have another AB compainion!  Especially knowing we are indeed rare.  I look foward to hearing and conversing more with you in the future


This site and diet is very welcoming. The diet has helped me lose weight, improve my mood, get off medications, and understand myself better.
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Quoted from akisake
some after thoughts:
here are a few things about myself that annoy me.  i am very gullible and trusting.  i am quite easily influenced and tend to believe people without questioning their words or actions.  i also take what people say to heart, which often leads to disappointment or frustration...i am too serious most of the time.

i am extremely detail oriented.  i always read instructions and directions, and follow rules.  it drives me crazy, but i can't stop myself from being like this.  when i am doing art projects, i will spend insane amounts of time on tiny details that i doubt anyone will even notice, but in the end i feel better knowing that it is complete...i can be obnoxiously thorough.

i am mostly a quiet, reserved person.  i tend to internalize my emotions.  i think it's because i want to be sure that i express them correctly.  what usually happens is, i bottle them up and explode, and end up being completely misunderstood...which is why i was keeping it all inside in the first place...i think i think too much.

on a more positive note, i can be abundantly outgoing and playful...even talkative, in the right situations. (not just alcohol, although it helps)

oh, i also like the dark meat (turkey).  when i was a kid, my mom and i were the only ones in my family that liked the dark meat.  one thanksgiving, we both got sick and everyone blamed it on the dark meat.  i was vomiting for days, and i stopped eating the dark meat after that.  for most of my adult life i have been vegetarian...i tried a vegan lifestyle, but that only lasted for about 1 year.  for the past 4 or 5 years i've been pescatarian.  this was before i was following the btd (intuition at work).  once i researched the btd and found that turkey was a beneficial, i decided to give it a try after all these years.  i had my first holiday turkey in over 15 years this last november...i still prefer the dark meat.


I can relate to everything very much in there.  Although I seldom do an art project that recieves a ton of detail.  In fact, I'm putting together 3 pinewood derby cars  for my family and it's irritating me.  One of the problems with it is, there are no perfect instructions on how to put them together to be as fast as everyones else.  Everyone has their little tricks they do to the axles.  And if I don't read it in a manual, I'm lost.  That's one thing about me, I'm not very innovative.  In many ways.  And then in some ways I am.   But probably moreso not.  I'd rather have instructions on how to do something and then just do it.  


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Quoted from Ribbit
No, DH isn't an AB, he's just got the B part.  But it's still him.

My AB little one, who just turned 7 last week, is a lot like what y'all describe.  It's wonderful to read things like this because it helps me understand her.

Oh, and ABNW....toting around children all day is great exercise.  


Ribbit,

How is your relationship with your little AB?  With my A mom, I understood all her perspectives on everything but she never got mine.  I am now learning to accept that she may never...that she just can't, because AB understands A and B, but A may not understand B too well.  My B father didn't understand me either, although me being AB I understood his B all too well.
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lucky them!!
at least someone in the family understood!!


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After reading this thread I am seriously starting to doubt my being an A-! I feel like I've somehow found all my long lost relatives. This topic is making me extremely emotional for some reason!
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Aw, Arminta, welcome home!    Many of us have found a home here and feel closer to people we've never met--only in word--than our regular friends and certainly our families.  It may be a genotype thing you're identifying with.  Or simply the fact that people are bearing their souls.

Shelly, I grew up around Os and As.  We have a lot of strong wills in my Scotch-Irish-German-Dutch family.  A lot of parting company with people you don't agree with.  I mean, parting company with people who don't agree with you.  lol  My two best friends for years and years were Bs.  And then I married a B.  I didn't know this until later, all that about their blood types.  Everybody loves a B (even if nobody understands them)!

It didn't take me long after we were married to start thinking, Oh my goodness, what have I done?  The mood swings were drastic and unpredictable.  It was a hard time for me.  I didn't know what he was so angry about, and so with my typical victim mentality, I assumed I was to blame.  In fact, the combination of bad food allergies and simply being a B was to blame.  (I'm not B-bashing, I'm just pointing out that my particular B is very moody, and it seems to run in the blood type, so to speak.) I had to learn, when he was "in a mood" to keep the children away from him, particularly the AB, or there would be some words exchanged and some tears shed (by the little AB and perhaps me as well).  Taking corn out of his diet was a great start.  Soy followed a couple of years later, and then chicken.  (He can eat chicken occasionally now with no trouble.)  So the BTD helped a lot, and the GTD (Nomad) helped even more.  

Things were really rough for a long time with Elizabeth.  After the colic....I wasn't sure I could ever think positively about her.  But things got better and I really did love her--only the parent of a colicky baby can understand how desperate and hopeless it feels.  She was really, really moody too.  She is what Dr. William Sears would call a High-Needs Child.  Very demanding, very emotional, very extroverted.  And boy did I get the parenting advice, just like when she was colicky.  

I have realized that ignorant people are always full of advice.
  Gotta love human nature.

At any rate, I can't say I've ever really understood her, but Isa told me about a book called "Please Understand Me", which I got on ebay and soaked it all up.  I began to see that I don't have to make her a little version of me--indeed I can't and shouldn't.  God gave her a very special temperament, and I'm going to work with that temperament rather than trying to squash it.  Now that I have read about how the extroverted mind works (do, then learn from what you did) and the introverted mind works (learn/think about what you're going to do, then do it), I can help teach her.  Before, I'd lecture her about looking before she leaped.  Now I can see that her temperament requires her to learn from what she already did.  No, I can't say I really understand her.  But I can understand where she's coming from, and I have to constantly remind myself that her world as an extroverted AB looks very different from mine as an introverted A.

Being on the correct diet helped a lot.  Whereas she used to be either extremely happy or extremely sad, her diet has leveled out all those overwhelming emotions and she's mostly cheerful, sweet, generous, creative, inventive, helpful and a bundle of turkey-induced energy.  I love her to death.

Elizabeth


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So sweet so wise you and I believe also your daughter , Leanne and lucky we all for Dr D deep knowledge !


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I have not read this thread about us,

I can add that DR.D describes ABs very well in LR4YT. Anyway we are individual with differents experiences in the life.

With BTD I not only improved my heatlh, also the emotional balance (in the past, at my teen, I was too MUCH sensitive about external problems, and usually it's caused me unhappies in the past)

I can enjoy with a lots of people, parties, etc (like Os) but also I need my time to be alone....Meditation is something so important in my life...
I dont like extreme exercise, but I love to walk a lot and hiking, I love the nature places !!!

I cant tolerate injustice, maybe like my SWAMI told about Teachers motto: "all you need is love"


Teacher's motto, "all you need is love".
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I have a very hard time being an AB!   I feel A, B, and O's are more concrete.

I feel very misunderstood in life. And alone. I have a really hard time connecting with others, and while so many people in my life feel connected to me (like my type A and O friends, and B relatives) I can't feel it back! Plus I keep people at a distance because if you let them in, they will think I'm weird. With every therapist I have had, I stop going, only to get stuck feeling alone again, having a breakdown, and trying therapy again. This is going on for years.

I get so depressed easily, and when I feel stress and anxiety, I need to run. But a tad too much running, and the running causes stress and anxiety. I am extreme too, and I go through phases.  Sometimes I don't want to see anyone, sometimes I want to see everyone.  Sometimes I clean excessively, sometimes I don't clean at all.  

I wish I was more consistent.  It would make my life much easier!


Shelly,

You're not alone. I am A negative and I feel the same way. I joined an RH negative network online because so many other people who are RH negative seem disconnected as well. I also have a formal diagnosis of autism. Being type AB you have many gifts. I like the information given on your type in ER4YT and LR4YT. Just know that thereare others here ( myself included) who share your experience about thinking differently.


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woow Ribbilein, we need muchmore mums of your quality .... .....

btw... if WE, the AB's once upon the times begin to understand that it might be very healthful to have an eye to that world of a so called *observer* and won't relate too much in behaviours of * I have* and *I am*..... so we get the chance for a lot of other
and better understanding how this world really works;..... the i-concept is only a concept.....
and always needs a verb of..... sometimes it's quite fitting in not *interacting*.....

so far the books from Jean Klein are much finer to understand... this is called *advaita*......


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This is a good thread.  

Ribbit, fwiw, I'm more of a learn/ think about what you're doing/ then do kind of a person.  In most cases.  For some reason in cooking I just do.  So, I guess maybe I'm both.  But I usually have a hard time doing anything without some knowledge of what the heck to do.


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Shelly,

You're not alone. I am A negative and I feel the same way. I joined an RH negative network online because so many other people who are RH negative seem disconnected as well. I also have a formal diagnosis of autism. Being type AB you have many gifts. I like the information given on your type in ER4YT and LR4YT. Just know that thereare others here ( myself included) who share your experience about thinking differently.



Hi Meghan,

It never occured to me that Rh- people may feel disconnected collectively, and just the feeling of being detached from society.
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Ribbit,

Wow.  That must be her! I am extroverted and really have to "do" things to actually learn from my mistakes, even if I have been warned not to.  I then replay things in my mind for a few months, but when I learn not to do something, I learn it very well. I simply can't process things any other way.  I understand what others are saying intellectually, but I really can't understand it emotionally.  There is some sort of disconnect.

Chicken made me delirious as well. It is so amazing though, how turkey is like medicine (and the darker, the better).  It makes me really calm and together. Plus, I think you became a mother at my age exactly if Elizabeth is 7 yrs old, and I can only imagine without all this knowledge about blood types how stressful trying to bond with her might have been.

You have given me much to think about in relation to me and my A mom....I have to reread and reread your post again because of the way I process things as an AB .  Thank you!  Your story clarifies so much.
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often the intp's in general may feel disconnected.... but then have an eye on that issue, we are all having E and I- personal traits in us... as we do only show up one personality whith which we deal and work with the world but in reality there are muchmore in us then only one personal traits...and this isn't be be seen as unhealthy nor to be expressis verbis seen as *splitted mind*....


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Shelly, glad to help out.  I will add more as I think of it.


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