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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_disobedience View Post
    NTs feel the same feelings NFs feel, they just have a different way of expressing themselves.
    Actually I disagree with this.

    Maybe because your experience is with an INTJ. His Fi as a relief function can possibly seem NF-like.
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    i just make fun of them. it seems to work quite well.
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    If you don't engage the mind (and keep it engaged), you will never get to the heart of an INTP- it's a process that requires patience (if I am pushed into a corner or very pressed, I will block, back up, or bolt).

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    Let them think and there's no conflict.

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    Make him angry... very angry.

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    It's hard to make a thinker angry. :P

    At least, it's hard to make me angry.

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    I don't feel blocked at all. I know I don't have the same spectrum of emotions as feelers, but I know what I like and don't like. But when I speak up and voice stuff, they tend to keep the conversation going for hours and bring it up in every argument. So most times I'd rather not say anything at all.

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    It's hard to make a thinker angry. :P
    But when they're angry... Run. For your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    i just make fun of them. it seems to work quite well.
    It turns into a good debate which engages their mind, the better you can keep up with them the more they respect you.

    I find that my INTP friend is an excellent planning partner. when my mind is running in circles like one of the Three Stooges, his is going fairly steady on one direction.

    It's hard to make a thinker angry. :P
    There are times when I felt that I might have accidentally slipped over a line with my INTP friend (It would have turned into an ENFP into an explosion) but when he reacts it's a lot mellower than I expect, and then I think that he might have kept it in. It's hard to tell with him but in his current tough family situation I've been seeing a little bit more expressiveness. His emotions haven't grown, but his willingness to talk about it is higher.

    He's nonchalant about them, too. He gets over emotional bursts quickly and talks about the situations systematically and logically. The emotion he felt turned into data. As much as I don't like to see him in the situation he's stuck in, I think it'll stretch his F more, making him better than most of the other NTs I know (Who have a tendency to be real pricks)

    But when they're angry... Run. For your life.
    If its an xNTJ you shouldn't run, because it will only delay your death, giving them time to come up with ways to make it horrible
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    Oh totally, when I do get angry. And if that happens you really, really, did something terribly wrong. I can fire words like cannonballs, without hesitation or remorse. Straight in your face! Bring on the hurt.

    I've only once been in a physical fight and that was alcohol related. I doubt I'd ever get physical in any fight in any situation, unless it's in self defense though.

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