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    Quote Originally Posted by agentfurrina View Post
    we had to be tested so i knew his type before we started dating.
    sounds like something you do for ball warts.

    INTJs romantic ability isn't accounted for within type. Nor anyone else's abilities in general.

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    To put it charitably, yes.

    We were dealing with a lot of stress (hitech startups, no sleep, etc.). Med school residents have similar issues from what I've seen. Too much responsibility, not enough down-time, major stress and often too young/inexperienced to function in healthier ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snuggletron View Post
    sounds like something you do for ball warts.
    I may be kindly, I am ordinarily gentle, but in my line of business I am obliged to will terribly what I will at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agentfurrina View Post
    To put it charitably, yes.

    We were dealing with a lot of stress (hitech startups, no sleep, etc.). Med school residents have similar issues from what I've seen. Too much responsibility, not enough down-time, major stress and often too young/inexperienced to function in healthier ways.
    I've never ended a relationship I ever had a single idea of returning to.

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    Wishes, please don't let my odd experiences influence your views on INTJ romanticism.

    In my experience, they are capable of deeply romantic acts. But it has also been my experience that having expectations of receiving them is where you might get disappointed.

    I'll say it since no one has yet: the most reliable and wonderful form of romantic expression I've elicited from an INTJ has been his way of expressing himself sexually.

    That, and the zombie action figure one finally gave me. I'm taking that shit to the grave.
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    INTJs are complete fluffies when they're comfortable and around someone they like.

    How would you define romantic?

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    From case study my INTJ father has been romantic on some level prior to marriage. After marriage I have seen zero romance the past 35 or so years my parents have been married. No flowers, no presents, no dinners, no affection, you get the drift.

    While my INTJ brother, well I suppose he does some kinds of romantic things though it seems limited. His last gf left him married someone else, renounced her religion and had babies. While his current gf and him wants out of the relationship and they live next to each other for 8 years. I haven't seen much expression of romance from him either. He does tone down his voice and talks with his gf in a softer voice than the family, is less argumentative.

    Probably non typical, I wouldn't know. I'm an a non typical INFP that is clueless about relationships too and I like exploring, talking and dreaming about a time when I find out whether I am like my family or different. Until then any representation probably is biased.

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    so... which one did you pick?
    "x is/is not free from y to do/not to do or become/not become z."

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    Difficulty with romance, yes. But romance =/= love. Speaking for myself, I love very deeply. Certain "expressions of love" though, seem extremely cheesy and forced. It's way easier to show love through everyday attitudes than over-the-top romantic gestures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    Difficulty with romance, yes. But romance =/= love. Speaking for myself, I love very deeply. Certain "expressions of love" though, seem extremely cheesy and forced. It's way easier to show love through everyday attitudes than over-the-top romantic gestures.
    amen.

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