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    Sometimes I think my marriage was doomed from the start. MBTI only seems to further reinforce that thought.

    It can be quite depressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garbage View Post
    Chart-the-Course least compatible with Get-thing-Going
    / in other words: INFJ, ISTJ, INTJ, ISTP least compatible with ENFP, ESFJ, ENTP, ESFP
    Uh oh

    Well, this whole idea seems akin to opposing Socionics quadras and classical temperaments also being kinda opposed to one another.

    There are also some stats out there relating type-type to relationship satisfaction. Somewhere..
    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    About what, now?
    Have a look at @garbage's post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Have a look at @garbage's post.
    I don't know enough about socionics at this point to comment; mainly coz I seem to be identifying with IEI instead of IEE in that system for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Such Irony View Post
    Rarely do I insist on having things my way. It's more of a last resort tactic- when trying to reason and persuade the others as to the rightness of my point of view just doesn't work. Out of sense of fairness and consideration for others, I consider their opinions and points of view as well.

    In conflict, how much I persist and hold my ground depends on the issue. Is it just a matter of differences in opinion? Then I'll explain the reasoning for my point of view but also know it may be unrealistic to change the person's mind and eventually just back off. At work, I have library users that violate policies like talking loudly on their cell phones or viewing porn on the computers. Confronting the wrongdoer often results my conflict and in those cases I will hold my ground since their actions also negatively affect other library users and the image of the library in general.
    I guess it would lie in the "persuad[ing] the others as to the rightness of my point of view". (Some other types really don't want to engage in that much at all).
    This would be apart of what I'm thinking as well:
    Quote Originally Posted by Such Irony View Post
    For me Ti can be really intense when it its curious about something and feels like it *has* to know why and *has* to have everything make sense and be logically sound.
    (Ti is the most consistently "pragmatic" in that TP's are always apart of "pragmatic" temperaments {NT or SP}, which in my view is the "expressiveness in Control" I'm talking about).

    I do consider the other's point of view as well, and often even state where they have a point. (But then proceed to show why it doesn't support their whole premise). And I too choose my battles.
    (The library thing is basically authority that's been entrusted to you, so a Melancholy, Supine or Phlegmatic in Control would hold their ground as well).
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