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    @Amargith have a look at the diagram...


    The dual is always on the opposite side of the circle in the opposite ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    @Amargith have a look at the diagram...


    The dual is always on the opposite side of the circle in the opposite ring.
    And this is socionics then, I take it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    No. I'm not really sure how to spot an ESFJ, to be honest. I know as an INTP (Socionics INTj) I'm supposed to complain about them all the time (but secretly they're supposed to be exactly what I need), but I'm not really sure if I've interacted with them very much, except for maybe some teachers I may have had in grade school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    And this is socionics then, I take it?
    Actually that is MBTI. Look at the last letter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    My sister is ISTJ and so is a male friend. I definitely feel at-ease around them. Like we're both wherever we're at, but both of us are on the same page about how we feel about being there. Kind of like an unspoken "if we could telepathically crack jokes about everyone and everything here, we'd be having a field day" vibe. Lots of "looks" and laughs. Also, any kind of conversation always seems to be effortless, no bs. I'm never worried I'm offending them or that we're having a miscommunication. I also really appreciate their chilled out energy. I know if I don't get back to them or don't initiate contact for a while, there aren't any hard feelings (or probably even a second thought). Low maintenance, easy connections. That said, I don't think I'd ever be romantically interested in a person with either of their personalities. I fear I'd be mentally and emotionally starved in that relationship.
    I have the same reaction to my ISTJ friend! The relationship is very low maintenance and there's plenty of interesting discussion of ideas but I feel emotionally starved because she doesn't want to think about people or herself nearly as much as I do.

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    ESTP women are incredibly sexy to me. I don't know if I could handle living with one though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Actually that is MBTI. Look at the last letter!
    Then why do you get to yell at me for not specifying earlier and you again get to yell at me for asking YOU to specify?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Then why do you get to yell at me for not specifying earlier and you again get to yell at me for asking YOU to specify?
    I don't know, my brain hurts. Need INTP to clarify all this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    I don't know, my brain hurts. Need INTP to clarify all this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor View Post
    I have the same reaction to my ISTJ friend! The relationship is very low maintenance and there's plenty of interesting discussion of ideas but I feel emotionally starved because she doesn't want to think about people or herself nearly as much as I do.


    You could handle it, Lye! I have faith in you.
    I married an ISFP. She's about as much as I can handle. She can be so blunt and direct. I think it's what attracted me in the first place. They don't waste time hypothesizing and speculating. They want something, they go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyedecker View Post
    I married an ISFP. She's about as much as I can handle. She can be so blunt and direct. I think it's what attracted me in the first place. They don't waste time hypothesizing and speculating. They want something, they go for it.
    Really? Haha, I have never heard that about ISFPs. I've only known one and he was very sensitive and timid.

    With last two INTJs that I interacted with extensively, things started off okay, but didn't end up well. In college, one of my mentors was an INTJ. I learned a lot from her, and I think she appreciated my genuine desire to be the good person that she expected everybody to be. However, we also...never quite got each other completely. In case I'm ENFJ, I'll also do ISTJ. My longest-standing friendship from college is with an ISTJ. She is...not very sensitive to the troubles of others. Since most of my life is spent thinking about humanitarian concerns, the world, people, her reaction can come off a bit harsh. On the other hand, she has stood with me no matter what and been there in the down time times to cheer me up. That means a lot to me.
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