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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    As an INFJ, can you relate to the situation?
    Maybe. I know when I was dating and engaged to my husband, I was watching for deal breakers almost the entire time. I didn't want to make a permanent commitment I thought was unlikely to be sustainable. If I'd have discovered something I considered a deal-breaker (and had reasonable evidence to support it), I would have considered myself obligated for both our sakes to break it off immediately.

    It would have looked very random from the outside, if say, for example, he'd caved to his mother about our wedding and I dropped him like a hot rock. But I've seen what happens in relationships when a man lets his mother walk all over his wife and I didn't want to live that way. I wouldn't risk being in that situation. I wouldn't have fought with him about it. I would have just ended it. Because who wants to have to fight all the time? Not me.
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    She might be autistic. Or a hamburger. Have her take this test:

    http://www.helloquizzy.com/are-you-a...r1121.info.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    She might be autistic. Or a hamburger. Have her take this test:

    http://www.helloquizzy.com/are-you-a...r1121.info.com
    She could be a vampire and the Council found out she was getting too cozy with a mortal.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Maybe. I know when I was dating and engaged to my husband, I was watching for deal breakers almost the entire time. I didn't want to make a permanent commitment I thought was unlikely to be sustainable. If I'd have discovered something I considered a deal-breaker (and had reasonable evidence to support it), I would have considered myself obligated for both our sakes to break it off immediately.

    It would have looked very random from the outside, if say, for example, he'd caved to his mother about our wedding and I dropped him like a hot rock. But I've seen what happens in relationships when a man lets his mother walk all over his wife and I didn't want to live that way. I wouldn't risk being in that situation. I wouldn't have fought with him about it. I would have just ended it. Because who wants to have to fight all the time? Not me.
    I understand tere was not one particular issue they disagreed strongly on.

    What I am perceiving is that INFJ's do nto relate that much to this situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    I understand tere was not one particular issue they disagreed strongly on.

    What I am perceiving is that INFJ's do nto relate that much to this situation.
    I relate to it, lol.

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    i don't understand how you can't be sure if she's F or T
    she's a J, you should be able to tell what her judgement function is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    i don't understand how you can't be sure if she's F or T
    she's a J, you should be able to tell what her judgement function is.
    I have been typed as INTJ before.

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    one of the following things must be true:
    1) you're not a J type
    2) the person who typed you as INTJ is confused [this is especially likely if that person was an online test instead of a person]
    3) you are an INTJ
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    i don't understand how you can't be sure if she's F or T
    she's a J, you should be able to tell what her judgement function is.
    Why should I be able to tell?

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    Actually this makes more sense now.

    She called up my mother in tears (they are good friends), and said she thinks he is the one, wants to marry him and have kids etc., but that he needs to treat her better and not correct her over small things etc., essentially change his attitude with her.

    This makes sense, my brother is a very strong person and so is she, certainly many people are intimidated by him and he can be quite cutting, also he is very sure he is right, and of his own value.

    I think she is right, hopefully he will accomodate more to her now.

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