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    dad enfp and mom infj...they were cool together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    She's a kiwi. IIRC.
    or ?

    Nah. Never been to kiwiland.


    My INFJ sis is in a relationship with an ISTJ. T'is an odd match up but seems to work, they just moved out of the city and bought a house together. Her past two ex's were INFP and ESTJ, both seemed to need rescuing in one way or another, thankfully the ISTJ doesn't, they're a pretty well rounded person.

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    My girl is an ENP. Don't know if I already said that. I really have a thing with ENPs, probably because they're my intuitive opposites.

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    I prefer other FEELERS, having deep FEELING and passion means a lot to me. I like Introverted people probably a little bit more, but to me as long as she has a lot of depth in her feeling, then that can be a good compromise for other areas where we might be different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    My girl is an ENP. Don't know if I already said that. I really have a thing with ENPs, probably because they're my intuitive opposites.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    She's a kiwi. IIRC.
    hey mister. can you tell me what iirc and fwiw mean? haha. i'm a little weak in chat speak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    hey mister. can you tell me what iirc and fwiw mean? haha. i'm a little weak in chat speak.
    FWIW = for what it's worth
    IIRC = if I remember correctly

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    My dad's an INFJ and he's been married to me ESTJ mom for about 18 years. I reccomend ESTJ's.

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    My Infj is highly ego-oriented. In fact, part of this particular person's childhood fears was one of "losing oneself". Excellent student, great grades... lots of "me me me, I need to get ahead....blablabla"
    This egocentrism is most notorious in their reaction to death. They are truly and deeply afraid of it. Finality to the ego makes them crazy...

    In that regard.. I stand on the opposite side of the spectrum. I invite situations where I lose myself and lose control, I guide myself by the feeling of things alone... those ethereal value-judgments, which I cannot bring myself to describe accurately.

    Of course it makes me look completely and thoroughly insane to them. To them, the very idea that I appear confident and intuitive yet not ego-based puzzles them.

    If I had any advice to ENFP with INFJs , develop Te ..and quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xellotath View Post
    My Infj is highly ego-oriented. In fact, part of this particular person's childhood fears was one of "losing oneself". Excellent student, great grades... lots of "me me me, I need to get ahead....blablabla"
    This egocentrism is most notorious in their reaction to death. They are truly and deeply afraid of it. Finality to the ego makes them crazy...

    In that regard.. I stand on the opposite side of the spectrum. I invite situations where I lose myself and lose control, I guide myself by the feeling of things alone... those ethereal value-judgments, which I cannot bring myself to describe accurately.

    Of course it makes me look completely and thoroughly insane to them. To them, the very idea that I appear confident and intuitive yet not ego-based puzzles them.

    If I had any advice to ENFP with INFJs , develop Te ..and quick.
    Except neurotic fear of death doesn't have much to do with a personality type, and everything to do with a particular person and their life experiences...

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