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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    my guess is that it was a funny question to ask

    are you worried she's being tricky??
    Yup. It was a funny question to ask. No trickiness haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Yeah, I'd say that's a pretty good read...

    I'm worried that ENFPs need constant attention 24/7 if you're in a LTR with them.

    I can't be a babysitter for my SO; I want quality time, but they need to be able to handle their own.

    And I don't want that free time turning into "oh, since you weren't here, I went out and met this guy friend, but don't worry, it's totally not like that!"
    :girlpower:
    I have never cheated...nor would I. And of all the ENFPs I have ever known...they are extraordinarily faithful. And have been in the longest standing relationships of all the relationships I have known. I don't really understand where ENFPs get that reputation. Again...the ENFPs I have known are very dedicated to their relationships in spite of the 'flightiness'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Yup. It was a funny question to ask. No trickiness haha!
    Again with the "haha!" at the end...


    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    I have never cheated...nor would I. And of all the ENFPs I have ever known...they are extraordinarily faithful. And have been in the longest standing relationships of all the relationships I have known. I don't really understand where ENFPs get that reputation. Again...the ENFPs I have known are very dedicated to their relationships in spite of the 'flightiness'.
    How in the hell does one reconcile flightiness with being very dedicated?

    (Not saying it's not the case, it's just, those would seem to be oxymoronic)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    *has a feeling this question is going to go unanswered just like ENTPness'*
    hahaha i went to get a coffee

    but starry answered it perfectly i think.

    it will totally depend on how independent and secure they are within the relationship.

    when secure...i am totally non jealous and can feel confident that they are to and not worry about any of that type of bs and just be...hang out with friends and do our own thing whenever we want...it's nice...and really the only way imo to be happy long term
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    I have never cheated...nor would I. And of all the ENFPs I have ever known...they are extraordinarily faithful. And have been in the longest standing relationships of all the relationships I have known. I don't really understand where ENFPs get that reputation. Again...the ENFPs I have known are very dedicated to their relationships in spite of the 'flightiness'.
    yeah me either

    and flightiness can come out in the way of idea execution...plans, goals or careers...it may make us want to move to a new city every couple of years but it doesn't make us ditch people we love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    when secure...i am totally non jealous and can feel confident that they are to and not worry about any of that type of bs and just be...hang out with friends and do our own thing whenever we want...it's nice...and really the only way imo to be happy long term
    Totally agree.

    As much as I am an sx dom, each person in a relationship still needs to have their own life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Again with the "haha!" at the end...




    How in the hell does one reconcile flightiness with being very dedicated?

    (Not saying it's not the case, it's just, those would seem to be oxymoronic)
    Being *flighty*...being interested in new people, things, ideas, experiences...wishing to seize the moment... none of that is incompatible with having a few constants in life. At least it isn't for me.

    I think you may be reading a little too deeply into my haha. I am a fairly cheerful person I just type like that to indicate smiling or laughing...but not deceit or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    yeah me either

    and flightiness can come out in the way of idea execution...plans, goals or careers...it may make us want to move to a new city every couple of years but it doesn't make us ditch people we love.
    Exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Being *flighty*...being interested in new people, things, ideas, experiences...wishing to seize the moment... none of that is incompatible with having a few constants in life. At least it isn't for me.

    I think you may be reading a little too deeply into my haha. I am a fairly cheerful person I just type like that to indicate smiling or laughing...but not deceit or anything.
    right yes me too...ive been called out before for my over use of haha's and sometimes think to edit them out but i just free flow it ya know and those hahas are sincere damn it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Being *flighty*...being interested in new people, things, ideas, experiences...wishing to seize the moment... none of that is incompatible with having a few constants in life. At least it isn't for me.



    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    I think you may be reading a little too deeply into my haha. I am a fairly cheerful person I just type like that to indicate smiling or laughing...but not deceit or anything.
    Enneagram 6.

    I have to check.


    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    right yes me too...ive been called out before for my over use of haha's and sometimes think to edit them out but i just free flow it ya know and those hahas are sincere damn it!
    nah, i'm used to your "haha"s...

    but starry's...


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