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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Aw. Why?
    Lack of respect for mother from father.
    Father thinks he is captain of the ship, when really family is a unit.
    Father can't get over ego to get a stable job.

    Summarized: low emotional IQ.

    Perhaps I am just bias against ENTPs though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sade View Post
    "...
    In good and in bad.
    In sickness and in health.
    ......."

    This won't end well.
    Exactly.
    I can't put my finger on why your words fit so well.
    But they just do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalMethod View Post
    Lack of respect for mother from father.
    Father thinks he is captain of the ship, when really family is a unit.
    Father can't get over ego to get a stable job.

    Summarized: low emotional IQ.

    Perhaps I am just bias against ENTPs though.
    I do not think this is uncommon. It's a two-fold problem: ENTP's are naturally self-absorbed (one must always be on guard) and rather helpless in certain practical emotional regards and INFJ's sometimes have a need to be caretakers. If both parties are not strong on their own it could be unhealthy as this can tap in effectively into the weakness of the other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I do not think this is uncommon. It's a two-fold problem: ENTP's are naturally self-absorbed (one must always be on guard) and rather helpless in certain practical emotional regards and INFJ's sometimes have a need to be caretakers. If both parties are not strong on their own it could be unhealthy as this can tap in effectively into the weakness of the other.
    Well it sounds like you've done your homework.
    So I'm sure you deserve a relationship with a INFJ gal.
    (Hah, that sounded really sarcastic but I had no intention of it being so.)

    Yes yes quite true.
    I think narcissism is the closest personality disorder for ENTPs.
    The 16 Types.info - Socionics and Oldham personality styles

    I find that to be true - at least in my experiences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Stars View Post
    "Poetic justice" will never get you anywhere; I despise the idea, as it only ever seems like the correct solution in the heat of the moment when you are not thinking about the matter from an objective point of view. In personal relations, it only makes things worse, especially if the other person is very sensitive; if not stopped early on, it would easily spiral out of control, with both people getting more hurt (though more so the one who is not taking the moral high ground). It's not that hard to explain how what she said was wrong and how it made you feel while not rashly lashing back--which makes you just as much in the wrong as the other person, if not more.

    Justice without mercy is too cold. Mercy without justice ignores the need for correction. There has to be a balance. If things like this cannot be handled calmly, that balance will never be achieved, preventing any progress from being made.
    I was going to reply to ByMySword and say something similar.
    But yeah.
    I'm young.
    But I've learned when someone's rude to you, or mean, just ignore it.
    Shit happens, that's life.
    It's all for the better if you can just ignore it and get your mind off of it.
    Maybe approach the person later objectively.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Stars View Post
    "Poetic justice" will never get you anywhere; I despise the idea, as it only ever seems like the correct solution in the heat of the moment when you are not thinking about the matter from an objective point of view. In personal relations, it only makes things worse, especially if the other person is very sensitive; if not stopped early on, it would easily spiral out of control, with both people getting more hurt (though more so the one who is not taking the moral high ground). It's not that hard to explain how what she said was wrong and how it made you feel while not rashly lashing back--which makes you just as much in the wrong as the other person, if not more.

    Justice without mercy is too cold. Mercy without justice ignores the need for correction. There has to be a balance. If things like this cannot be handled calmly, that balance will never be achieved, preventing any progress from being made.
    Agreed, there does have to be a balance.

    But I like the concept of poetic justice. There are times when it is justified.

    As for taking the moral high ground, I do believe I apologized and edited my initial statement, whereas such I continued to attempt to solve the problem in a calmer manner. Any other time I wouldn't mention this, but I still have not recieved Apology One from Rogue.

    I'm not fucking Jesus, so don't expect me to be. But when I'm mad, God damnit I'm going to let someone know about it. And this conversation is starting to wear thin.

    You're telling me I'm being too judgemental (infJ), but you're delivering judgement to me. And that makes no sense whatsoever.

    Everything else I do agree with, and I'm not one to lash out irrationally. I'm usually very objective. But I'm human. I have emotions. And Rogue got on my nerve for the last time, especially making her initial post public.

    I've struck back, I've apologized, I've calmed down. But one more word about this and I'm probably going to fucking snap!!!!!!!!

    Don't presume to tell me about being objective in personal relationships.

    I think its all time we got back on topic, back where I was before this all blew up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ByMySword View Post
    Agreed, there does have to be a balance.

    But I like the concept of poetic justice. There are times when it is justified.

    As for taking the moral high ground, I do believe I apologized and edited my initial statement, whereas such I continued to attempt to solve the problem in a calmer manner. Any other time I wouldn't mention this, but I still have not recieved Apology One from Rogue.

    I'm not fucking Jesus, so don't expect me to be. But when I'm mad, God damnit I'm going to let someone know about it. And this conversation is starting to wear thin.

    You're telling me I'm being too judgemental (infJ), but you're delivering judgement to me. And that makes no sense whatsoever.

    Everything else with I do agree with, and I'm not one to lash out irrationally. I'm usually very objective. But I'm human. I have emotions. And Rogue got on my nerve for the last time, especially making her initial post public.

    I've struck back, I've apologized, I've calmed down. But one more word about this and I'm probably going to fucking snap!!!!!!!!

    Don't presume to tell me about being objective in personal relationships.

    I think its all time we got back on topic, back where I was before this all blew up.
    You're taking what I said way too personally. I have nothing against you; after all, why would I? I don't even know you. The only part of what I said that was specifically directed at you was the last sentence of my first paragraph; the rest is really just a general statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalMethod View Post
    I was going to reply to ByMySword and say something similar.
    But yeah.
    I'm young.
    But I've learned when someone's rude to you, or mean, just ignore it.
    Shit happens, that's life.
    It's all for the better if you can just ignore it and get your mind off of it.
    Maybe approach the person later objectively.
    I love how the one time you choose to lash back at someone, people automatically assume you do that all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Stars View Post
    You're taking what I said way too personally. I have nothing against you; after all, why would I? I don't even know you. The only part of what I said that was specifically directed at you was the last sentence of my first paragraph; the rest is really just a general statement.
    Right now, I'm in a very personal mood.

    Everything inherent in this conversation relates to the conflict earlier, so yeah, I'm taking this personal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ByMySword View Post
    I love how the one time you choose to lash back at someone, people automatically assume you do that all the time.
    Well I'm bias and just had a quite similar and personal experience in more ways than one to the "infant" girl thing you were talking about.
    I felt like defending the position of "ignore shit that happens in your life" stance because of that.
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