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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian Manifesto View Post
    You're kidding, right? The S/N difference is nearly insurmountable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    There is the chemistry factor where some types just click with me, such as ENFJs.
    Yeah, I was just in a really great relationship with an INFJ. We were like two parts of a puzzle, but I will say I had trouble with her values sometimes. She placed a lot of importance on what she was doing and why and I just wanted to be with her. That's what tore us apart actually, she wanted to travel and I wanted her to be where I could see her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian Manifesto View Post
    You're kidding, right? The S/N difference is nearly insurmountable.
    I know two INFJ-ESTP couples. One male INFJ, the other female. I don't know the male INFJ / female ESTP pair well enough, but the other one seems really well adjusted.

    The INFJs seem to have priorities that aren't immediately obvious.

    There are two combinations where opposites seem to attract: ESTJ men with INFP women, and ESTP men with INFJ women. However, this may be due in part to the fact that these two types of men are also the most likely to be married multiple times.

    From PersonalityDesk - Resources - Compatibility and Your Myers-Briggs. The original papers are cited at the bottom of that page.

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    out of the ~250ish people i know, there are 2 INFJs. both are male (i would already have hit that if there was a female).
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    My experience in past relationships is that my girlfriends fall madly in love with me but I fail to fall for them.
    yea. But when do... it's... quite something

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    yea. But when do... it's... quite something
    How so? I need more info.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    How so? I need more info.
    I can only speak for myself and all I know I might be a deviant weirdo among all the other INFJs.

    It's a slow, slow process, first with all. It cannot be pushed or pressured or fastened. But I know of myself when I love, it's the most intense, deep, out of this world kind depth of feeling. And as being me (the weirdo deviant or just your regular nextdoor infj) I usually get these bursts - I mean in the quietness of myself, I get absolute overwhelming bursts of it from time to time that make me feel connected in ways I can't describe. Like a Phoenix, it burns burns burns burns - and rebirths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    I can only speak for myself and all I know I might be a deviant weirdo among all the other INFJs.

    It's a slow, slow process, first with all. It cannot be pushed or pressured or fastened. But I know of myself when I love, it's the most intense, deep, out of this world kind depth of feeling. And as being me (the weirdo deviant or just your regular nextdoor infj) I usually get these bursts - I mean in the quietness of myself, I get absolute overwhelming bursts of it from time to time that make me feel connected in ways I can't describe. Like a Phoenix, it burns burns burns burns - and rebirths.
    So, sounds like a very deep and lasting type of love? Interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    So, sounds like a very deep and lasting type of love? Interesting.
    Isn't all love? I know some people might take that word, the meaning, lightly; I do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    Isn't all love? I know some people might take that word, the meaning, lightly; I do not.
    Well, of course. I was just trying to get more information by asking leading questions. INFJ's are rather inscrutable sometimes.
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