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    Quote Originally Posted by Harlow_Jem View Post
    I find that I only work in extremes. I either give no love or all my love. I can't seem to figure out how to give just enough love.
    Its a tricky matter for everyone, not just ENTJs.

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    Why?

    Because ENTJ's have some kind of pathetic excuse for a feeling function. Under the command of Extraverted Thinking, feelings become simple all/nothing or black/white affairs.

    At an early age, because of the immaturity of their feelings, ENTJ's tend to have strong sentimental streaks which turn melodramatic. In practice, this means they tend to write cheesy poetry in secret and make their thinking go in a loop trying to figure out what on earth is this strange and new information from their body.

    Don't worry, with age you will be able to see feelings in terms of a continuum instead of an everything/nothing issue.

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    Probably a J thing. All in or all out. Just spend more time in selection process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Genesis View Post
    Its a tricky matter for everyone, not just ENTJs.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    Why?

    Because ENTJ's have some kind of pathetic excuse for a feeling function. Under the command of Extraverted Thinking, feelings become simple all/nothing or black/white affairs.

    At an early age, because of the immaturity of their feelings, ENTJ's tend to have strong sentimental streaks which turn melodramatic. In practice, this means they tend to write cheesy poetry in secret and make their thinking go in a loop trying to figure out what on earth is this strange and new information from their body.

    Don't worry, with age you will be able to see feelings in terms of a continuum instead of an everything/nothing issue.
    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Probably a J thing. All in or all out. Just spend more time in selection process.
    Well, I didn't mean to make it sound like it was really a problem, per say. I kind of like it like that. If I find the right person to love, why shouldn't they have all the love I want to give? I don't think one should hold back on everything they have to give.

    It's kind of like a filter where unless I find someone perfect, they won't get any love, but I'll know when I find the perfect one to come along... I'll know they'll be worthy of loving when I realize I'm not holding back and intuitively know I want to give them everything.

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    Harlow Jem:

    I am an ENTJ and can identify with your opening remarks. I am single, essentially always have been, but the handful of times I did fall, I fell hardddd. I would think about the person frequently and sort of plan just what I wanted to say to them and just generally fantasize about them. And no big surprise that I usually end up creating a mental image that's much more exciting than what actually came to pass. Rarely is my level of care, dedication, and outright love matched. It's a sore spot for me, actually. I'm working on controlling myself and attempting to use my Feeling functions as effectively as I can, without letting my NT need to project into the future muddle the flow of the relationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addict_Inquiry View Post
    Harlow Jem:

    I am an ENTJ and can identify with your opening remarks. I am single, essentially always have been, but the handful of times I did fall, I fell hardddd. I would think about the person frequently and sort of plan just what I wanted to say to them and just generally fantasize about them. And no big surprise that I usually end up creating a mental image that's much more exciting than what actually came to pass. Rarely is my level of care, dedication, and outright love matched. It's a sore spot for me, actually. I'm working on controlling myself and attempting to use my Feeling functions as effectively as I can, without letting my NT need to project into the future muddle the flow of the relationship.
    Me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addict_Inquiry View Post
    I'm working on controlling myself and attempting to use my Feeling functions as effectively as I can, without letting my NT need to project into the future muddle the flow of the relationship.
    Let me know what you find out, my Fi ain't helping me worth crap.
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    My experience has been random sympathy, possessiveness, eavesdropping
    and overall borderline stalker behavior from the part of one.
    It can get scary
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    Quote Originally Posted by Addict_Inquiry View Post
    Harlow Jem:

    I am an ENTJ and can identify with your opening remarks. I am single, essentially always have been, but the handful of times I did fall, I fell hardddd. I would think about the person frequently and sort of plan just what I wanted to say to them and just generally fantasize about them. And no big surprise that I usually end up creating a mental image that's much more exciting than what actually came to pass. Rarely is my level of care, dedication, and outright love matched.
    This is exactly how I am. I have only ever like two guys. One was my best friend, and I loved him for 8 years, and the other is current. I have had plenty of guys express interest, but I am cold in returning it. When I fall, it is always really hard, and the come backs are hell.


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