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    Dated my dual(ENFP) for over a year and it is the easiest most laid back and comfortable relationship, on both sides, not just mine. Its over now, but has nothing to do with direct personality, more learned personality. We are now working on just friends. Luckily we get along really well so that part wont be hard, its the want for more that will be harder. We will find a happy medium, will just take time. And until then we have a good time together, almost no fights/arguments, and work really good together which means all focus is pretty much on finding that happy medium, not other crap.
    Im out, its been fun

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    I was involved with an ESTP (though I must confess he might be ENTP), I'll probably never know. But. I was involved 2 years about and of all the people out there , I know if someone were to ask him about me, he would have love in his heart for me and laugh remembering me. But, I was the absolute worst to him than anyone ever before. He just took it and I'll never know why. He sends a random email every blue moon and we'll exchange a few words and that's it. He's the entire reason why I got online to work on understanding my type better. I had been typed a year prior.
    6w7 Sx/Sp (621 or 612. Same diff :p).

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    Well, they say at first you will not even recognise your dual because they would seem so boring. That is if we talk in Socionics dual terms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Well, they say at first you will not even recognise your dual because they would seem so boring. That is if we talk in Socionics dual terms.
    I disagree. I would say that due to personality and life you are not drawn together. Its a hmmm....walk off thing. You notice each other, but you don't really "need" each other so there has to be some external force to create and maintain that initial bonding.
    Im out, its been fun

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