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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    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...
    Sure, it could be all in this INFJ's mind. Apologies for extrapolating like that : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by the state i am in View Post
    i also don't think people realize how different infj 5 types can be from 9s, 1s, or the classic 4s.
    +1 This has been eating away at me for some time now.

    And it begs the question, which Enneagram are you ENTP's gushing over?
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    I think it would be very hard for me to deal with strong F-types. I'm so much in the fog that is the grey-zone when it comes to morals and values that I'm pretty sure I would be eaten alive. I might be able to handle if it their deep values weren't the ones that I tend to find exclusions for: "Just bomb india and china, we may lose some great minds, but that's the price to pay for food."

    Where I would be slapped by a lot of Fs I know, an NT would more likely critique the plan: "What kind of bombs? Wouldn't collateral damage, both physical and political, far outweigh the benefits?"


    In the end, I think, some amount of levelheadedness is required in anyone I would consider relating to. But then I wouldn't want a data-brain (Or if you've read Dune, a Mentat) as a significant other, either. I want someone who can help me deal with my faults, or at least, help me get out of some melancholic moods, and vice versa. Sort of like one legged men who rely on each other for support, neither one daring to leave the other or both will helplessly collapse.

    Really, deep relationships are as, if not more, complex than people because one has to compensate for the other and vice versa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lane777 View Post
    +1 This has been eating away at me for some time now.

    And it begs the question, which Enneagram are you ENTP's gushing over?


    All of them.

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    My girlfriend is 4w5. I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    My dad's an INFJ and he's been married to me ESTJ mom for about 18 years. I reccomend ESTJ's.
    This is difficult to imagine but I would guess if an INFJ would be with an ESTJ then the INFJ would probably be an enneagram 1. INFJs are typically 1s, 9s and 4s. (I have a feeling the INFJs that are with ESTJs are at the very least borderline N/S - if not mistyped sensors.)

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    I spent four and a half years dating an ESTJ. I think it had more to do with circumstances and some ways in which we worked well together. I know though that the N/S problem was very big, so I doubt it was that I am actually and ISTJ. I wouldn't generally recommend it though, even though I appreciate some qualities in ESTJs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I spent four and a half years dating an ESTJ. I think it had more to do with circumstances and some ways in which we worked well together. I know though that the N/S problem was very big, so I doubt it was that I am actually and ISTJ. I wouldn't generally recommend it though, even though I appreciate some qualities in ESTJs...
    I can see an INFJ trying to see the good sides of every type, though.
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    ENFP
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    ENFP
    Smells like drama.
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