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In the Grip

Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function
Naomi L. Quenk
In the Grip
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This is an outstanding introduction to the inferior function - an often hidden part of our personalities that emerges most dramatically during times of stress, fatigue, and illness. This booklet examines what the inferior function is and is not, what events trigger it, and how it is expressed in different types.

Second edition.

50 pages Booklet
2000 Distributed Product

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