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    I don't think I'm drawn to people who have my tertiary function at all (in fact quite the opposite), but I am drawn to the function itself, as in I would like to further develop it in myself.
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    I tend to like Fe dom and Ti dom in guys, so this doesn't click for me.
    It seems to pair all I with I and E with E also. If I had my choice, I think I might prefer an extrovert, or someone on the I/E border.

    However, this may explain why IRL I seem to attract a lot of IxTJs . I personally am not into them... Although I don't know any ISFJ guys, save one, and I didn't know him very well. I have a hard time seeing myself happy with an ISxJ or INTJ, but I wouldn't be closed to the idea.
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    The tertiary is carried by the Child complex (while dominant is hero, and aux. is parent), so the tertiary will tend to look up to its hero and parent counterparts in others.

    I do have an attraction to ISFJ's (Like Ugly Betty; watching right now) and ISTJ's (through growing up with the latter, I find that they are not as "nice and sweet", though they might look the same on the surface).
    Too much of others' dom or aux version of your tertiary will become intimidating or smothering.
    It's s similar dynamic for the inferior.
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    Let's see here:

    ISFJs.
    Yeah, I think most of my crushes in the past have been on ISFJs.
    Unfortunately, I realize too late that we aren't exactly compatible.

    I'm also all for INTJs macking on INFPs. Yes Please. The only problem there is that there aren't that many of those guys (what, like .0001% of the population ).

    But, ISTJs? No. I can't even imagine. Just... never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
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    Are ISTPs, like INTJMom's husband, initially awakened to their love interests by the use of Ni in said subjects if they are attracted to Ni users in the first place?
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    Nah. He was attracted to my spandex jeans.

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    Just logging in on the OP:

    I really really like ISFJs.
    I don't much like ISTJs at all.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Of all the things that people use the MBTI to determine, determining relationship success is the worst.
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    I have also noticed at least a half dozen happy INFP/ISTJ marriages/long-term relationships.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Nah. He was attracted to my spandex jeans.
    Mom, for the win!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Mom, for the win!
    tee-hee

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