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    blue's got a point....
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Thank you all for the advise.
    I will not contact him again but I will not use the word
    DUMP. Usu he would say something like calling me or seeing
    me again before parting. But this time he said nothing.
    And he made it clear that he did not want me to move
    for him.

    So I guess I'll leave him alone, as long as he's happy.

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    aww...well i'm glad you got some resolve then.
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    Interestingly I've found ENFPs while very in touch with how others are feeling are not so good at picking up on body language cues etc... that could just happen to be the ENFPs I know though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    Interestingly I've found ENFPs while very in touch with how others are feeling are not so good at picking up on body language cues etc... that could just happen to be the ENFPs I know though
    That depends. If the body language is directed towards someone else, then I read it like a book.

    If said body language is directed towards me... I am sometimes mildly retarded ESPECIALLY if it's flirtatious. I tend to be pretty easy going and playful with everyone that I meet... and so I will sometimes mistake flirting for someone just being friendly. So if I'm out with a really close friend... they'll usually point that stuff out to me (though usually way after the fact when I can no longer do anything about it).

    It's annoying really.

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    Not me. I'm an absolute retard when it comes to people's affections and flirtations toward me. It has to be just above the "Ugg want sex now!" for me to register.
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    ^^ i can be pretty oblivious when people are flirting with me too. i can tell when someone likes me but i can't tell if it's just friendly or flirting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dearie.b View Post
    I need help from you ENFP guys.

    The question is: do you really know how you feel?
    Usually yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    Interestingly I've found ENFPs while very in touch with how others are feeling are not so good at picking up on body language cues etc... that could just happen to be the ENFPs I know though
    I think ENFP's are good in picking up others emotions and feeling what the other people are feeling. But ENFP's aren't necessarily good in picking up the body language. (I mean ENFP's can intuitively feel the other but not necessarily pick up the details in the other person.)

    This can also be only my own way of working and not a general ENFP thing.

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    I'm non-oblivious. If anything, I'm too aware. There's a big difference between gregariousness, enthusiasm, and flirting. And most flirting is friendly. When it comes to flirting with intent, I know it. Probably because when I want to make my intentions known, I'm pretty obvious myself.

    And Dearie.B -- good for you. Let people go if they can't be what you want.

    I understand the concept of 'sticking around and being there' for people who are on the rebound or confused -- basically waiting around and supporting them until they becmoe who you want them to be. Personally, once you've established mutual attraction and have it out in the open, the 'just be friends [for now???] route' is a very bad idea that sets you up to get played.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    I think ENFP's are good in picking up others emotions and feeling what the other people are feeling. But ENFP's aren't necessarily good in picking up the body language. (I mean ENFP's can intuitively feel the other but not necessarily pick up the details in the other person.)
    yeah pretty much what I'm saying

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