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    WTF is this dude saying? A Schnitzel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    I'm not playing devil's advocate here, (well yes, I am, I am always am!) but aren't all your wishes -1(the emotional thing) describing an entp ?
    Yeah his description did sound more NTP than NF.
    Maybe not the social safe have part. I'm not sure what he meant on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    but thats exactly it: you get to cover our ass during social faux pas and we get to cover your ass when you get irrational fears and wallow in a lack of productivity
    Hmmm, I don't know about other INFJs but I definitely do not suffer from a lack of productivity. I'm a bit of a taskmaster with myself, and as soon as one goal is reached, I am on to another. I don't need another J to keep me on track

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    Yeah his description did sound more NTP than NF.
    Maybe not the social safe have part. I'm not sure what he meant on that.
    well, I know i have an intp friend i both love and hate for his wicked ways.
    When we're out he's usually not totally in his element. Don't take me wrong, the guy's not an autist, but some people have to be 'themselves in party mod', while others just need to be themselves at those times.
    I somehow make him safe or whatever. Brings the laid back cool side of him out.
    That's the way I see it anyway.

    So yeah, his description seem to me like describing an entp. Feel free to back up the potential I in here, I personally don't see it but hey, i'm no intp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    Yeah his description did sound more NTP than NF.
    Maybe not the social safe have part. I'm not sure what he meant on that.
    Ha, sorry for my apparent vagueness. By "safe haven", I meant a relationship in which I (and the other person) can freely talk about things, not having to "filter" EVERY single word that's spoken. Which would entail a person who truly "gets" me. Which, up until this point, I have yet to see an NTP ever do. But hey, I'm open =). The thing that I CRAVE is a very deep & "raw" emotional connection. More than just "kissy kissy ". Rather, the kind of connection that would allow either person to show his/her absolute weakest part of him/herself to the other...without fear of shame.

    And yes...I know. Even for a male INFJ...I'm quite "mushy" on the inside lol.


    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    well, I know i have an intp friend i both love and hate for his wicked ways.
    When we're out he's usually not totally in his element. Don't take me wrong, the guy's not an autist, but some people have to be 'themselves in party mod', while others just need to be themselves at those times.
    I somehow make him safe or whatever. Brings the laid back cool side of him out.
    That's the way I see it anyway.

    So yeah, his description seem to me like describing an entp. Feel free to back up the potential I in here, I personally don't see it but hey, i'm no intp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK
    I'm not playing devil's advocate here, (well yes, I am, I am always am!) but aren't all your wishes -1(the emotional thing) describing an entp ?
    The main reason I'd be hesitant is because of the Extraversion. Most Es I've met don't usually respect me, unless we're in one of my native elements (a dojo, for example). I mean, maybe I've just had bad luck. But Extraverted girls just tend not to like my seriousness =/. Especially when it comes to dating. That's why I thought an I__J would be good for sure. But again...I'm open =P.

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    I really love my ESTP :o)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwv6r View Post
    I really love my ESTP :o)
    Actually, INFJ and an SP wouldn't be a bad match.

    Don't buy the hype about SPs. They aren't all crazy, impulsive, and reckless; just the unbalanced ones. An SP willing to engage in N talk from time to time would actually be pretty nice.

    The only type I'm not sure about for INFJ's would be SJs. I think our Js would clash - especially when fueled by differing the differing S and N.
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    If they have the same or very similar values, it would, at the very least, be perfectly fine. Not all S's are incapable of understanding and communicating with us either, you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penelope View Post
    I'm pretty sold on the ENxP/INFJ combination. They provide the excitement and creativity and adventures that I crave but am often too reserved to seek out, and I feel that I provide stability and reasoning and ideas.
    Wow that was perfectly stated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowstormz View Post
    Hey!

    So I was just wondering if anyone knows the personality types that compliment an INFJ's? I was wondering if the sex of the INFJ or the other personality depends on it and how accurate the compatibility between the two are. I'm not looking for a match online, but I'd find it interesting if there was a specific type.

    Please, share thy wisdom.
    I'm female. I tend to draw male INTPs by the bunches. I'm not sure why, but they are quite smitten with me. INFP-males...love them, but I'm turned on by ENTPs the most. Occasionally I'll have a love/hate thing with an INTJ, but it never really lasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by felt up View Post
    I'm female. I tend to draw male INTPs by the bunches. I'm not sure why, but they are quite smitten with me. INFP-males...love them, but I'm turned on by ENTPs the most. Occasionally I'll have a love/hate thing with an INTJ, but it never really lasts.
    This wierd intp fascination for infj is somehow disturbing. And by the way, yeah, we turn ourselves on too.
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