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    I find thinkers refreshing. They are less high-maintenance and balance me out quite nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coeur View Post
    I find thinkers refreshing. They are less high-maintenance and balance me out quite nicely.
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    Mmmm... INTP women....
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I wish we had a Feelers private forum so the SF could reply on this thread but we don't so...

    Anyway, what do the folks here in the NF private forum really think about Thinkers?
    i think they are thinkers. they are what they are.

    as people who are close to me, they balance out a perspective that i experience through emotion, which is very difficult for me to convert to language. there are times where i misjudge a situation because i do not have a dominant thinking function. i also likewise help thinkers understand the emotional part of things, though its pretty annoying when they discard my perspective because they don't fully understand the value of a dominant feeling function and the perspective that comes with it. many times it is quickly dismissed as 'unimportant' because it is so outside of their subjective experience. i try my best to be objective to a thinker's ideas and take them for what they are worth. all in all, i don't know where i would be without the thinkers in my life. the ones i keep close mean the world to me.

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    I think Thinkers are awesome, and that they like us irrational Feelers more than they admit to.
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    Thinkers need to design a better track bed so the metro will run more smoothly, so I can read in peace.

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    Just like I've spent many days wishing I was a boy, or a lesbian, so too have I fantasized about being a thinker.

    As feelers, we are so sensitive to ourselves, and others, and the emotional state of things, whether that be complete and utter despair, or complete and utter elation.

    Our emotional climate matters to us, our moral compasses must constantly be calibrated, and thinkers, (it seems), can just barrel through life without paying much attention to one or the other or even both.

    How easy life would be if you weren't concerned about the well being of others, if you weren't empathetic.

    I dunno.

    Every T I know is kind of clueless.
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    I do tend to be highly attracted to them, both as friends and lovers, fwiw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I do tend to be highly attracted to them, both as friends and lovers, fwiw.
    I feel an attraction to them too, although not really as lovers, although I might go there, given the chance...why not?
    I find it easy to put on a persona that is appealing to them, but I don't do this anymore. I guess it was my natural desire to make others happy and comfortable, but it always left me out in some way. Learning my type helped me to be more 'firm' in my dealings with them.
    Some of the NT's on this board are young and act like assholes, but I don't think this indicates much about thinkers at large.
    I tend to find them easier to get along with at a surface level than feelers, and easier to understand. Feelers are so opaque sometimes.

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    Thinkers are waaaaaay easier to deal with and be around.

    Especially if you feel like being private, or alone with your feelings while in the company of others, they don't detect or pry!
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