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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post


    What's even more tragic about this is that I got INFP (with 50/50 extroversion vs. introversion).

    "Your ideal mate is known as the healer. As a romantic partner, this type is usually supportive and nuturing, however, they have a high need for individuality. Harmony is extremely important to this type as they are very affected by conflict and tension, which also makes them resist confronting their partners directly about problems. When this type gets angry, they usually blame themselves, rather than their partners. This type can also be stubborn and unyielding when they feel they are being criticized or mistreated. They feel the most appreciated when their partners listen to them carefully. They need to be understood. They need to hear their partners express their feelings, the more often, the better."

    @PeaceBaby and @Saturned will be not at all surprised by this development.
    we you too!
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    INFP - The Healer

    You scored 25 I versus E, 0 N versus S, 20 F versus T, and 40 J versus P!
    Your ideal mate is known as the healer. As a romantic partner, this type is usually supportive and nuturing, however, they have a high need for individuality. Harmony is extremely important to this type as they are very affected by conflict and tension, which also makes them resist confronting their partners directly about problems. When this type gets angry, they usually blame themselves, rather than their partners. This type can also be stubborn and unyielding when they feel they are being criticized or mistreated. They feel the most appreciated when their partners listen to them carefully. They need to be understood. They need to hear their partners express their feelings, the more often, the better. The group summary: idealists (NF)

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    I would probably end up with an ISFP.

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    I got INFJ.

    I don't think I'd want to date my own type... I'm happy with my INTJ.

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    I don't want an INTJ, I want my INFP


    INTJ The Mastermind
    You scored 25 I versus E, 20 N versus S, 60 F versus T, and 80 J versus P!
    Your ideal romantic partner is known as the Mastermind. As a romantic partner, this type can be both fascinating yet demanding. They are not apt to express their emotions, leaving their partners wondering where they are with them. They strongly dislike repeating themselves or listening to the disorganized process of sorting through emotional conflicts. They see their own commitments as self-evident and don't see the need to repeat something already expressed. They have the most difficulty in admitting their vulnerabilities. They feel the most appreciated when their partners admire the quality of their innovations and when they listen respectfully to their ideas and advice. They need plenty of quiet to explore their interests to the depth that gives them satisfaction.
    The group summary: rationals (NT)
    The type summary: INTJ

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    INFJ

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    Tri-type 639

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    i think i've gotten intp and enfp in the past when i've taken this. i wonder if i'd get something different years later....hmm

    is the test long? does anyone remember my ok cupid password?
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    You don't have to be a member of ok cupid to get the results.

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    ENTJ - Commandant

    You scored 75 I versus E, 20 N versus S, 80 F versus T, and 80 J versus P!
    Your ideal mate is known as The Commandant. As a romantic partner, this type is inspiring, but also somewhat challenging. They have a strong desire to be in charge and their clear need for an organized life and home can be overwelming to a partner. They like to confront conflict directly, discuss problems unflinchingly, solve them, then put them behind you both. However, they can be too impatient or unwilling to take the time to listen to their partners and give them a chance to express themselves fully so that their partners also have a sense of closure. They are generally uncomfortable dealing with emotions, so they are apt to dismiss their partner's emotions as illogical. They feel most appreciated when their partners ask for their opinions, take their advice, and rely on them to get a job done right.
    The group summary: rationals (NT)
    The type summary: ENTJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    INFJ - The Counselor
    You scored 25 I versus E, 20 N versus S, 20 F versus T, and 80 J versus P!
    Your ideal romantic partner is known as the counselor. This type makes a supportive and insightful romantic partner, encouraging their mates to have dreams and work hard to make those dreams come true. Because they are so creative, they have a wealth of ideas to help them toward those goals. They need harmony so much that they are driven to resolve conflict quickly, as long as the terms don't violate their strong ethics. They feel the most appreciated when their partners admire their creativity, trust their inspirations, and respect their values. It is also vitally important that their partners be open and emotionally available - in other words, that they be willing to share themselves completely.

    *looks at the test result*
    *grrrr*
    "FU test writers!"
    hrm... i am trying to see if i can change the answers i'm more oblivious too while still keeping it within what i would honestly like..

    so far, the furthest i've gotten has being INFP.

    basically if i want:
    1. Someone who listens well, never interrupts, lets you talk as much as you want, who likes deep discussions one on one.
    2. Someone who prefers to be with small groups and willingly goes home when you are ready.
    3. Someone who is a wall flower, who would rather never leave your side if you go to a party together.
    4. Someone who will speak their mind when they are upset - who may even have a temper - but they never let anything fester.
    5. Someone who is creative and visionary, but at times may seem disconnected or distant.
    6. Someone complex and deep, someone with many facets, accepting of change, interested in new ideas, but not so practical sometimes.
    7. Someone who focuses on possibilities, intersections, and the future, but often at the expense of the present moment
    8. someone who is terrible at picking up on hints, but will never jump to conclusions
    9. Someone who is introspective, who thinks about what everything means and why
    10. Someone who is thoughtful and considerate, but maybe not consisten
    11. Someone who never hurts anyone, who really knows how to walk a mile in others shoes, but doesn't stand up for themselves so much.
    12. Someone who loves sappy romance stuff, who is very affectionate and touchy feely.
    13. Someone who talks easily about their feelings, who openly shares themselves completely but maybe too often. They are always asking what is wrong or what you are thinking.
    16. Someone who makes plans with you days in advance, possibly to the point of being pushy
    17. Someone decisive, who isn't afraid of commitment
    (the balded where selected both in honesty and to with the goal of avoiding the previous results)

    then for INFP rather then INFJ, i need to give up on all of those:
    14. Someone dependable and steadfast, but who needs to be prodded to have fun.
    15. Someone organized and ambitious, but possibly a bit critical or controlling, and might be a neat freak.
    18. Someone who is comfortable with routine but may lack spontaneity

    in favor of those:
    14. Someone funloving and easy going, but possibly a touch irresponsible or unpredictble
    15. Someone messy and sloppy, but accepting and easy going.
    18. Someone who hates routine of any kind and must be spontaneous at all costs


    solution:

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