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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Perhaps for female INFJs. Id say ENFPs for male INFJs.
    I may be ENFP, so you could be right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I may be ENFP, so you could be right.
    Oh you're just saying that!

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    There's no way i could be married to an extroverted man and i doubt i could tolerate being married to a feeler. I rarely can tolerate people for long periods of time but my INTJ husband is easy for me to be around and we understand each other very well. I'm not sure where Keirsey got the INFJ and ENTP thing because I don't see that working out at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    I'm not sure where Keirsey got the INFJ and ENTP thing because I don't see that working out at all.
    I can. I do notice a certain dynamic between us and ENTPs, and this is true for myself. The issue I have is letting them get in too close, where I'm more vulnerable. That's my thing with NTs in general. However they can absolutely adorable when they're in their caring modes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I can. I do notice a certain dynamic between us and ENTPs, and this is true for myself. The issue I have to letting them get in too close, where I'm more vulnerable. However, when they're in their caring modes, NTs can be just absolutely adorable.
    i suppose it depends on percentages and just how much stock you put into squeezing everyone into only 16 "types". Very extroverted people make me feel uncomfortable and my energy level would not be able to keep up for long.
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    i suppose it depends on percentages and just how much stock you put into squeezing everyone into only 16 "types". Very extroverted people make me feel uncomfortable and my energy level would not be able to keep up for long.
    Well of course, types are largely just generalizations. I mean some INFJs like ENPs, others don't. I agree that very extroverted people can be draining, but I honestly think an extroverted partner would be good for me - to counteract my tendencies to be a bit too introverted at times.

    But to each their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I can. I do notice a certain dynamic between us and ENTPs, and this is true for myself. The issue I have is letting them get in too close, where I'm more vulnerable. That's my thing with NTs in general. However they can absolutely adorable when they're in their caring modes.
    Agreed.

    The cat and mouse game we are playing here, Peguy and I, is a genuine proof of the ENTP/INFJ dynamic.

    I know Peguy is almost the opposite of me, but I can't hate him, or say he's a total schmuck.

    Besides, it won't be true. Despite his awful reactionary tendencies, I consider him as one of the most interesting asset of TypologyC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    I rarely can tolerate people for long periods of time
    I've been thinking about the same thing lately. It really seems a mystery to me that people end up with each other at all. I mean, there's just so many variables to consider. Two negatives really do not make up a positive. Small miracles needed, desperately!


    I cannot say it's a surprise to me that so many couples break up.

    Edit: Old Man Shakespeare got it a long time ago: "The course of true love never did run smooth"
    Last edited by Phantonym; 05-20-2009 at 07:05 PM. Reason: Something to think about

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    Real love guys:

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Real love guys:

    That looks like Prescott Valley, Arizona^
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