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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I am simply curious about something.


    Aren't female ENTJs "vulnerbale" when it comes to romance ?


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    Yes. An ENTJ's sentimental streak is famous.

    Anyone that intimidates the opposite sex and or the sex they are interested in feels hurt. Perhaps for the thinking female, more so, because the heart is a very novel place in her world. It has been stated on this board that when a thinker is finally hurt or when his/her passions are evoked, it will be much more intense than anyone else who lets them out frequently.

    Which is why they adore those who are sensitive without being weak....
    they need someone to hold their heart with kid gloves like anyone else,
    but more so.

    "You know I love a man who is familiar with his feminine side" -ENTJ female.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I am simply curious about something.


    Aren't female ENTJs "vulnerbale" when it comes to romance ?


    I am asking since most of them seem to scare guys at some level. Especially since they are well educated usually , good looking because of Se, Te-dom etc.

    What means that alot of guys will not have the confidance and/or nerves to date one.
    But none the less I am pretty sure most female ENTJs need love.
    So from purely strategic point of view this is something that can be exploited easily if you can hande a ENTJ female.

    Also ENTJ females that don't know that they are ENTJs could be even easier "target" for a guy that knows what he is doing.


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    It makes sense theoretically because WE DO NEED LOVE, but actually successfully fooling an ENTJ woman with her brilliant bullshit-detection-skills is no easy task.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxher View Post
    It makes sense theoretically because WE DO NEED LOVE, but actually successfully fooling an ENTJ woman with her brilliant bullshit-detection-skills is no easy task.

    You are probably right. However I am talking about the cases that "the Guy" is trully interesed in a ENTJ. So what I was actually saying is that female ENTJs could be easier to intrigue then it looks like . (if you have the right traits of course)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    You are probably right. However I am talking about the cases that "the Guy" is trully interesed in a ENTJ. So what I was actually saying is that female ENTJs could be easier to intrigue then it looks like . (if you have the right traits of course)
    Oh, then yes

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    If someone do manage to get in, yes, (from my experience) we're pretty vulnerable.

    The problem is getting in the first place, and the more experience an ENTJ woman has, the harder to get in and she'll be more realistic with her relationships. We get stronger and we learn from mistakes; for a better 'next time'.
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    Cut the cord.
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    Well, she's a fictional character but...
    "In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present." -Francis Bacon

    "No matter how dark the moment, love and hope are always possible." -George Chakiris

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    *shudder*, a healthy ENTJ let alone a female ENTJ? i'd trust them to run any organization and give them free reins, god help them involve themselves in relationships which just don't work except for sacrificial types. AND I MEAN IT, you are signing away your own thoughts for this soulless creature.

    other than that they are good people just know when getting into a relationship romantic one at that, you must be prepared to sacrifice everything. same thing for any ENxx types.

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    For a guy who hates generalisation, you sure stereotype a lot.
    "In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present." -Francis Bacon

    "No matter how dark the moment, love and hope are always possible." -George Chakiris

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    ^ LOL!


    there is no greater wrath than an ENTJ woman scorned..... lol

    acutally, I find it if someone acutally hurts me, I do dweel on it, but only for a short period of time. We seem to be very good at converting negative energy into usable positive energy. Meaning, I move on fast, and use all that pent up sadness/anger and turn it into determination and skill.


    that all didn't make sense.....

    too much studying ><!

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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    ^ LOL!


    there is no greater wrath than an ENTJ woman scorned..... lol

    acutally, I find it if someone acutally hurts me, I do dweel on it, but only for a short period of time. We seem to be very good at converting negative energy into usable positive energy. Meaning, I move on fast, and use all that pent up sadness/anger and turn it into determination and skill.


    that all didn't make sense.....

    too much studying ><!
    I agree completely. If I'm not the one who did the breaking, I get seriously offended. I begin to question what it is that I did wrong and constantly question the other person until I find out why. I dwell until I get the answer I am wanting. But while doing such, I take that negative energy and throw it into school and work and working out.

    But I do find that once I do trust someone and let them in, I become VERY vulnerable. I find myself becoming a sack of emotions at times, much to my frustration.

    ^^ I didn't make much sense, and I can't even blame it on studying! Bahaha

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