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    Default Socionics Pairings

    jackflack posted this link in another thread. i didn't want to derail the original thread, so i decided to make another one. these socionics pairings, especially the dual pairings seem very interesting to me. i definitely jumped a little when i saw my dual, but on second thought maybe it wouldn't be so bad. maybe. here are the duality pairs of all the types (ie. your type soulmate):


    ENTp - ISFp
    ESFj - INTj
    ENFj - ISTj
    ESTp - INFp
    ESFp - INTp
    ENTj - ISFj
    ESTj - INFj
    ENFp - ISTp

    odd, i know. what are your thought one this?

    edit: why the fuck did i post this in the bonfire? :steam:

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    Depends on the individual persons/circumstances involved. I guess it could work.

    I know some really good-natured ISTPs, one in particular who I get along well with.. I think they'd make a great handy-man for the house. Something much needed for meeh.

    When I really think about it though, if I'm going to settle/marry someone (if I choose to, the thought scares me) I don't think I can grow old with someone with that different of temperament (which in my experiences, often causes tension). Personally, the rich/more meaningful relationships I had tended to be with guys who were more aligned with my ENF traits- it was fun, spontaneous.. magic! We just 'clicked'! Now, a bond like that? I feel I can build a better life story and legacy from. That's just my preference.

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    Yeah, I'm sure the opposites thing works for some. I don't think I could end up with an ESF, though. Where are the points of connection? I think it would be one big, constant misunderstanding.

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    I get along really well with an ENFJ friend of mine... I'd say for that duality at least, it could definitely be a compatible and good relationship pairing.

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    I still don't buy that 'opposites attract' thing. I never understood ESFs.
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    ^No reason to fear what you don't understand. Embrace.

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    Socionics is highly suspect in many respects. This is one of them.

    ISTJs hands off ENFJs, there's not enough of them to go around as it is.

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    Stop it, stop it right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    ^No reason to fear what you don't understand. Embrace.
    I don't fear it, nor even reject it. Just it's hard for me to get in tune with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Socionics is highly suspect in many respects. This is one of them.
    +1 from my pov. This match wouldn't work for me (socionics INFj) at all.

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