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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Interesting, I also like SEE / EIE.

    kindred / activator right?




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    How many IEIs did you go out with? It actually sounds so simple, you're making me interested in IEI! :p

    Though yes that passivity seems to have its drawbacks as well.


    Are you SLE?

    Every IEI I've "dated" only lasted a few weeks or so because my life wasn't in order and I tend to push people away when I'm not able to take care of myself, despite how much they want to "support" me.

    IEI's put up a big test they want you to pass. It usually comes in the form of hard to get in such a way that it will take a tremendous amount of effort to accomplish. Its like putting $20,000 on the top of a mountain and telling you to "come and get it if you can!" But they also tend to do this throughout the relationship, which is something I really like. When they are healthy they won't always be there for you every second you need to be coddled. They can pick me up, dust me off and send me back out into the world. Sort of a power behind the throne thing.

    They also like to stirr shit up and create drama. I like chaos, so it works out well for me.

    Usually problems occur when their lifestyle is too passive, and they don't do anything to control the direction their life takes. These IEI's are usually very uninteresting to me.

    I've learned that enneagram and instinctual variant plays a HUGE role in who I find attractive. I'm one of the most intense flavors of SLE, so I search for the most intense flavor of IEI as well. I've found that I often bring out their fighting side, and they bring out my compassionate side. I find some of them to be paralyzingly adorable, and I can't help but feel warm and fuzzy looking at them. But this is only something I can really do for a short period of time, and the two of us eventually start to reach equillibrium.

    Here are a couple of videos that show off their more dominant-yet-submissive characteristics, IEI's claire forlani and fiona apple. I suspect claire forlani is a 4 and fiona is a 6.


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    oh, to answer the question, I recognize my duals all the time... if they are Sx dom.

    Otherwise, I had to get past a mental block to realize how incredible they are because they satisfy needs I didn't know I had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue350 View Post
    Yeah, I have taken tests for both MBTI and Socionics and get the same result. I've also looked at descriptions for both and they seem to describe me well. I was looking at some SEI celebrities and I changed my mind. I guess their description can be deceiving. It makes them sound unmotivated and too concerned with making peace with people but they aren't all like that.
    Wow! I have actually been attracted to quite a number of ISFp celebrities and fictional characters from TV shows and stuff.
    I kinda like that about them. They improve my physical and emotional wellbeing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Flame View Post


    Are you SLE?
    Apparently yes.


    IEI's put up a big test they want you to pass. It usually comes in the form of hard to get in such a way that it will take a tremendous amount of effort to accomplish. Its like putting $20,000 on the top of a mountain and telling you to "come and get it if you can!"
    Well I suppose it might be true for female IEIs. I wouldn't know about the male ones.


    But they also tend to do this throughout the relationship, which is something I really like. When they are healthy they won't always be there for you every second you need to be coddled.
    Well I don't actually have a need to be babied like that if that's what you meant. But when you say they won't always be there, do you mean they prefer to be doing their own thing?


    Usually problems occur when their lifestyle is too passive, and they don't do anything to control the direction their life takes. These IEI's are usually very uninteresting to me.
    Yeah, I knew someone like that and that was a big problem.


    I've learned that enneagram and instinctual variant plays a HUGE role in who I find attractive. I'm one of the most intense flavors of SLE, so I search for the most intense flavor of IEI as well. I've found that I often bring out their fighting side, and they bring out my compassionate side. I find some of them to be paralyzingly adorable, and I can't help but feel warm and fuzzy looking at them. But this is only something I can really do for a short period of time, and the two of us eventually start to reach equillibrium.
    Said equilibrium has you without feelings? Sorry it just was a bit unclear.

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    Yes, but it's the same whether they're ENTP or ESTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty View Post
    Yes, but it's the same whether they're ENTP or ESTP.
    ? ? You're duals with both? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty View Post
    Yes, but it's the same whether they're ENTP or ESTP.
    Stop being greedy; that is the sort of thinking that makes duality start to look like a ridiculous idea ! SLE is your dual, as for ILE your mirage, you are only allowed to feel a sort of mild dismissive indifference!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Mobius View Post
    Stop being greedy; that is the sort of thinking that makes duality start to look like a ridiculous idea ! SLE is your dual, as for ILE your mirage, you are only allowed to feel a sort of mild dismissive indifference!
    Dismissive indifference? That does not compute!

    Anyways, no theres nothing inherently special about meeting a dual, unless they happen to be special. People aerent special because socionics says so, if they were what need would we have for socionists in our society?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Typh0n View Post
    Dismissive indifference? That does not compute!

    Anyways, no theres nothing inherently special about meeting a dual, unless they happen to be special. People aerent special because socionics says so, if they were what need would we have for socionists in our society?
    A misunderstanding ; it would appear that I need to start stating that I’m joking in subtext on this forum. I was satirising the habits of certain socionics users to dismiss relationships that aren’t duality or activity, and to a lesser degree mirror. I find the idea that people need to justify attraction to outer Quadra relationships, usually by retyping, amusing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Mobius View Post
    A misunderstanding ; it would appear that I need to start stating that I’m joking in subtext on this forum.
    LOL you are ILE? I know a guy who is ILE. He told me his fiancé told him that whenever he makes a joke, he needs to remind others that he is indeed joking. This reminds me of that.

    I was satirising the habits of certain socionics users to dismiss relationships that aren’t duality or activity, and to a lesser degree mirror. I find the idea that people need to justify attraction to outer Quadra relationships, usually by retyping, amusing.
    And ironic!

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