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    Default NFs dating SJs

    how does this work out?

    Ive seen it a few times. I guess SJ's can live up to "ideals" as they are the more normal ppl out there.

    Also due to sheer numbers alone they are all over the place.

    Ive seen SJ/NF relationships last for a long time. The NF however is always seemingly upset and dissapointed, but will hold on FAAAAR too long to the relationship before its over.

    share your experiences

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    SJ = Potential Stalker

    Nuff said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    SJ = Potential Stalker

    Nuff said.
    Hahhaa, OH PLEASE.



    Explain yourself.



    Thank you.

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    Sjs arent stalkers.

    Boring...ignorant...understanding problems with N's... yes.

    Not stalkers tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    Sjs arent stalkers.

    Boring...ignorant...understanding problems with N's... yes.

    Not stalkers tho.
    A will o' the wisp.

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    I had a relationship with an ISFJ once. I would have married him, but he's gay. We brought really lovely things out in each other, and he understood me as well as any N ever has.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Hahhaa, OH PLEASE.



    Explain yourself.



    Thank you.
    Most SJs I have known have become possessive of their relationships. I noticed for a lot of them that the moment the relationship broke off, they began continually testing the boundaries, as if to determine if it was really over. If they had an emotional attachment, then some of them would even pretend the break up had never occurred. In my experience, all these things coupled together make for a potential stalker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    I had a relationship with an ISFJ once. I would have married him, but he's gay. We brought really lovely things out in each other, and he understood me as well as any N ever has.
    That's not a problem for a person with a huge ego, with a huge ego you just act as if you can "convert" the person. (Apologies to the English teacher for possible poor grammar and writing style in the post above.)

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    I've never dated an SJ and I tend to be attracted to NTs mostly. But one of my closest friends is an SJ, and we get along great. My mom is also an SJ and we've always been close. So, yeah, SJs can be great people and I see no reason why an NF couldn't date one happily, so long as both parties viewed the inevitable differences with tolerance and amusement instead of being irritated by them.

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