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Amazone I.
Monday, August 18, 2008, 7:25am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Ron-A-Non
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Are A-nonnies tense people?  Are we overly sensitive, hypervigilant, and oftentimes worn down?
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I don't think I'm tense. I suppose I might be a little overly sensitive though.

I just read your wisdom teeth story Ron, and sometimes feel -like you- that nothing is ever simple for me. Everything that happens to my body has to be the worst case scenario.

I choose not to let my "bad luck" wear me down though.  



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I just read your wisdom teeth story Ron, and sometimes feel -like you- that nothing is ever simple for me. Everything that happens to my body has to be the worst case scenario.
Yes, that's it...

It's nice to finally be understood for a change.
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Are A-nonnies tense people?  Are we overly sensitive, hypervigilant, and oftentimes worn down?



Yes!


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Are A-nonnies tense people?  Are we overly sensitive, hypervigilant, and oftentimes worn down?


Not tense, but definitely sensitive. I suppose that comes from me being an explorer. In fact, I think for me being an explorer overides many of the blood type tendencies that are supposed to be common place for type A.



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Ron-A-Non
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Not tense, but definitely sensitive. I suppose that comes from me being an explorer. In fact, I think for me being an explorer overides many of the blood type tendencies that are supposed to be common place for type A.
Yeah, the nonnie trait does seem to impart unto us the more "Hunter" kind of hypervigilance... hence my similarity to the Hunter personality.

We nonnies really are a whole other dimension unto ourselves:  It appears to me that we seem to require a deeper and more personal intimacy and sense of order in our lives than secretors necessarily do.
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alle NT's are tense ...all.....


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I've finally gotten to the point where I can laugh about being the odd one out and the one who receives all the "bad luck."  I used to feel sorry for myself, then I got sarcastic about it, then I got used to it and could accept it, and now I laugh about it.  BTD has helped free me from a lot of the worry I used to have about life in general and the feeling that people were out to get  me.  I used to spend a good bit of time talking myself out of the sarcastic depression that sometimes came....but it gets easier and easier, and I find that the more I can laugh at myself and at life, the better my "luck" gets.  I put "luck" in quotes because I think it's a silly word.  I believe all things happen for a reason and we won't necessarily know what that reason is.  But if I can laugh instead of getting upset, everybody's the happier for it.


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[quote=973]  I put "luck" in quotes because I think it's a silly word.  I believe all things happen for a reason and we won't necessarily know what that reason is. quote]

That's the same reason I used the quotes. I don't believe in good or bad luck, but for lack of a better term...

I too believe that everything -the good and the bad- happens for a reason, and that we are not given more then we can handle.  










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Actually, on the quantum level, everything operates on the randomized bell curve principle.  And if there's an algorithm to the randomness on that level, no one's yet found it.

Sorry to freak anyone out by pointing that out, but the universe seems to be build on the perfect blending of chance and predictability.
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The Teacher GenoType has an open, tolerant and altruistic biological relationship with the environment. This Type is based on an archetype of a Teacher, learning by being open to new things and new ideas and possessing an inherent ' wisdom of the body.' Biologically, the Teacher GenoType is able to encounter many new environments, tolerate and quickly adapt to and learn from change.


rings a bell doesn t it??
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GT3%2D3P


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Ron-A-Non
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The Teacher GenoType has an open, tolerant and altruistic biological relationship with the environment. This Type is based on an archetype of a Teacher, learning by being open to new things and new ideas and possessing an inherent ' wisdom of the body.' Biologically, the Teacher GenoType is able to encounter many new environments, tolerate and quickly adapt to and learn from change.
Well, then, perhaps the only thing that changed me from total madness was my unknowingly being a "Teacher" because if there's one thing my father loved to do to us when I was trying to grow up as a kid, it was move us around!

Sheesh.
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