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    Glowy Goopy Goodness The_Liquid_Laser's Avatar
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    My wife says she knew I was the one the first time she met me.
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    My wife says she knew I was the one the first time she met me.
    Ni knows.

    (seriously)

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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    I can only speak from the two INFJ love stories I know well and there were two characteristics. First, neither of us dated anyone for long unless we could see potential for marriage . Waste of time to keep going out since there were plenty of friends of both genders to hang around with, so crushes, even gooey ones, were over fast. Second, when that magic person appeared we knew it and were engaged really fast. Both of us have been married for decades so...
    Now that sounds really familiar, but we're only at sixteen years.
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    I 'knew' by the end of our first real conversation. Took my feelings a little while to catch up with the idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    People are people so any type is capable of "falling in love fast". If the chemistry is there, it can happen.
    Completely agreed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanveane View Post
    I don't relate to the part of the description that an INFJ will enter a relationship for closeness or be with the wrong person though. How about other INFJs? I wouldn't have the motivation to do that. However if the person was amazing but wrong in a practical sense, I could see that not being a factor. So maybe that's what it means.

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    I've never once fallen in love at first sight. Usually it's only after encountering the person a few times do I finally fall in "love", although as somebody else mentioned I'm always cautious about jumping to the conclusion that it's "love".

    But also like tENnisFJ, I develop crushes rather quickly. Which is why Im often cautious about concluding that my feelings amount to "love".

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    I don't relate to the part of the description that an INFJ will enter a relationship for closeness or be with the wrong person though. How about other INFJs? I wouldn't have the motivation to do that. However if the person was amazing but wrong in a practical sense, I could see that not being a factor. So maybe that's what it means.
    Me either. I had that with friends and didn't crave romance on top of that if it didn't offer more harmony/fun than my friends (who were both genders anyway...although sometimes there was interference from their stupid girlfriends who sometimes couldn't understand that there really is such a thing as just being friends)
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    I get crushes immediately, but I find flaws pretty quickly too. And I'm very careful about where to invest my energy.

    It took me more than 7 months to realize that I was in love with my friend freshman year (we had kissed before, and I still didn't realize). Once I figured it out, I started acting and made a relationship happen, but it's not like I jumped in right when I met her.

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    INFJ and "fast" in one sentence is in 99,9% of the cases a capital mistake
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    INFJ and "fast" in one sentence is in 99,9% of the cases a capital mistake
    Well, I'm definitely slower than ENTPs. But I'm usually more right

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