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In large, busy shops (on enforced shopping trips with my wife) I find myself tiring after about 20 to 30 minutes. My wife thinks it is a strategy for getting out of shopping, but it is real - I find it difficult to think, everything seems to shut down and I walk around like a zombie.
Similarly in big conferences when there is a break and hundreds of people mill around talking I find it hard to tap into what individual people are saying.
This is not just the standard INTJ aversion to chit chat, it is an inability to focus on individual voices. I hear the group noise but not the individual. If, after a supreme effort of will, I listen to and reply to an individual, I find myself drifting out again within minutes.
Any others with similar experience?
If I go to a conference or something similar, during breaks I will find a quite corner to try and center myself. I can listen to 2 or 3 conversations going on as along as I don't have to participate but I find it almost impossible to have a conversation with one person in those situations and if it involves 2 or more other people don't bother asking my any questions. I am on data gathering mode and having a hard time keeping up, much less be able to process a response.
Some friends of ours like to have a TV on while sitting in the living room having a discussion, if there is anything even remotely interesting on good luck having an intelligent conversation with me.
I always thought of all this as weak auditory processing. Never thought about it in terms of INTJ.
Perhaps this is also an INTJ trait?
I had thought it was just personal taste - but potentially it is similar to this inability to process information coming from a multitude.
White noise is what I hear when I am in a big room with many people talking at once. I cannot focus on any one conversation for more than a few seconds.
I find it hard to even listen to music. I can take a melody I like for a few minutes, but anything beyond that is like an orchestra of hammers hitting my skull.
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