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    Boring old fossil Night's Avatar
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    So, your primary concern is that an ESFP would be difficult to develop a meaningful connection with, bluemonday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    So, you're primary concern is that an ESFP would be difficult to develop a meaningful connection with, bluemonday?
    In my experience, yes.
    But ask the other me, you might get a different answer.

    Anyway, this thread is about NF men and T women, and long may it continue to be.

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    Makes sense. I wasn't trying to needle you with a loaded question - just trying to shoar up my understanding of your position.

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    I married my ENFP and wouldn't have it any other way. No NT could make me feel this way, or help me grow this much. And I'm totally the girl in the relationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Ayrab View Post
    What I mean by bringing that up, is I do expect to be the man in my relationship, even if I am "Thenthitive and Thoughtful." Would this be interpreted by a T type female as her man being a sissy? I personally know that I am not a sissy, and that is good enough for me, but come on, that wouldn't be cool, if your SO didn't validate your thoughts and perceptions, as after yourself, their opinions are the most important to you.
    That is the exact same problem I've been going through, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ByMySword View Post
    That is the exact same problem I've been going through, actually.
    I love INFJ's more than any other type, just from personal interaction that is. I suggest we say screw nature and just go gay, what do you say BMS? Both of us can be thenthitive and men at the same time.

    J/K, but I do feel you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Ayrab View Post
    I love INFJ's more than any other type, just from personal interaction that is. I suggest we say screw nature and just go gay, what do you say BMS? Both of us can be thenthitive and men at the same time.
    Yeah......that doesn't really work for me. lol

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    I don't see NF's as sissy guys at all. I respect that they are able to be so intuned to emotion, where i'm just not. Well, I am, but I just can't be so openly expressive about it easily. I can get there with the right guy, and NF's tend to be it for me.

    I'm sure there are NF guys that could be called sissy. I also think there are some T types that would be a bit more apt to call an NF sissy. That might be where the P and the J come into play...

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    There's a difference between sensitive and taking everything personally, IMO. The latter might be (actually will be) stressful for an NT lady, the former can be very liberating/refreshing - easier to open up to.

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