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    - Darling, how do you like the woman shown on TV ?

    - Well she is nice, not all girls can have a freaking awesome butt as you have

    (you have to let her mind work, with a word puzzle, if she asks that questions, then she forgets what she wanted to rant about )
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    - Darling, how do you like the woman shown on TV ?

    - Very flat and two dimensional.. *continues reading newspaper*


    Seriously though, if my girl asks me such questions, she will most definatly get silly answers.

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    Ya my intp friend used to say, when the circle of males was going whacko about the hot pornstar on television: "She is nice but her nose is bent !"

    He always had got the eagles-eye
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    Aye, such things generally don't peak the INTP's interest. We really don't give a shit what some random unknown person looks like.

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    Very flat and two dimensional.. *continues reading newspaper*
    I get those responses all the time! It's a game. Will I be interesting to the INTP today... I never know!! It's terrible because eventually I start sounding redundant. But it works out in the end because the INTP is entertained by my trying so hard to entertain, and I am entertained by him being entertained... if that makes sense.

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    the title should be -

    How to deal with IXTPs and IXTJs emotional blocked-ness?

    other thinkers don't have a emotional wall.

    this is how i feel. but maybe cus i don't need anything more.

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    Default Help understanding an ENTP

    I met an ENTP woman recently and had a few whirlwind dates and felt completely swept off my feet. I felt really strong chemistry - physical and intellectual and it seemed like it was mutual. She was very attentive and listened carefully and hours would go by without either of us noticing. I'm an ENXP - probably lean more towards F on most days so of course, I'm really excited about the prospects of what might be at this point.

    Soon after, she had to go away for work and I figured we would keep in touch (certainly not all the time, freedom is important to me too) but about once a week or so until she came back. I heard once and it was a rather controlled email but nice. I respect differences in expression so didn't mind - figured as long as we were both ourselves, it would be okay. I responded in more NF fashion than I should have, showing a lot of emotion and asking a lot of questions about her. I didn't hear back. Eventually, I wrote asking simply if there was interest at her end too.

    I heard back after a while and we met and talked. I'm just trying to understand what she said and believe it as genuine. I'm having a hard time with that. She essentially said that she felt strong emotions and was afraid of them and didn't feel like she could handle them. The surprising part was hearing that she didn't want to, out of fear. She said she needed to pause and understand what she was doing. So we're not seeing each other anymore.

    I don't know if there's hope for us in the future (the hopeless romantic in me hopes there is because it felt so good when we spent time together, even our last conversation which was essentially for closure). I am just having a hard time understanding how someone can feel strong emotions and not want to explore them. Could this be genuine? Is this an ENTP trait or is it really a sign of greater emotional unavailability? Just trying to understand what happened. When I like someone, I just can't resist being with them. I assume most people feel the same way even though the desired pace might be different. This withdrawing altogether is strange and I can't decide if the connection was real or imagined and just at my end.

    Any light shed on this would be helpful especially by the NTs in the group. I'm really glad I found this forum and it's been a learning experience reading through previous posts.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ergophobe View Post
    I don't know if there's hope for us in the future (the hopeless romantic in me hopes there is because it felt so good when we spent time together, even our last conversation which was essentially for closure). I am just having a hard time understanding how someone can feel strong emotions and not want to explore them. Could this be genuine? Is this an ENTP trait or is it really a sign of greater emotional unavailability? Just trying to understand what happened. When I like someone, I just can't resist being with them. I assume most people feel the same way even though the desired pace might be different. This withdrawing altogether is strange and I can't decide if the connection was real or imagined and just at my end.
    In my experience, ENTPs are very concerned with control. Maybe because they are so secretly fragile and sensitive or maybe because they are truly mavericks or maybe because they do not trust easy or maybe because they are afraid to be vulnerable. But, whatever the reason, they seem to be concerned with control and fearing the lack of it. Emotions are powerful and dangerous, and love, being the strongest emotion, is even more powerful still. So, we do not enter into this bondage easily lest the prison door lock behind us.

    My recommendation. If you love her, give her space. Tell her you care for her and enjoy her and whenever SHE feels like she might want something more that you would be happy to spend more time together. And, that you can take things slow and that you have no expectations of her other than to enjoy her while you can. Space is very important. Let her feel as if she is safe and in control. Do not chase, do not push, do not force.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Love... true love... really hurts.

    I don't blame her.
    Practice random kindness and senseless acts of beauty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ergophobe View Post
    I met an ENTP woman recently and had a few whirlwind dates and felt completely swept off my feet. I felt really strong chemistry - physical and intellectual and it seemed like it was mutual. She was very attentive and listened carefully and hours would go by without either of us noticing. I'm an ENXP - probably lean more towards F on most days so of course, I'm really excited about the prospects of what might be at this point.
    Oh, yea, that's the intensity when we choose to focus only on you. Reality distortion field.

    Ironically, I don't like it myself when people try to use it on me.
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