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    As an ENTP, I tend to have difficulties with space. I always fear that I'll be too clingy so I like to keep my space from my partner, which in the end, leads to misinterpreted signals and lost connections. I'm always the one waiting to call my partner or send him a message. Or is that just being a wuss?

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    I think if you can find someone you really can love, space or relationship talk is totally irrelevant
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I think if you can find someone you really can love, space or relationship talk is totally irrelevant
    Nuh-uh. It's got to be mutual - you've got to be both on the same page.

    Integrity too important to dump or cheat, also determination... but the choking feeling just comes to the surface eventually and I've just got to be free again. I find the words "I love you" are so often spoken when "I need you - in an unhealthy way" are what's meant. And that's suffocating - absolutely suffocating.
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    I love intuitivly, I dont like to explain myself. To find a partner who can do that aswell is one in a million.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I love intuitivly, I dont like to explain myself. To find a partner who can do that aswell is one in a million.
    Exactly. I'm perfectly fine with whatever emotions I have for people, but when someone continually demands that I explain them or come up with a reason for them- that brings in general discomfort and dislike. Especially when in an argument. Some types feel the need to know the reason behind emotions and where they come from- no, that's not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I love intuitivly, I dont like to explain myself. To find a partner who can do that aswell is one in a million.
    Agree with this. It's like Whadaigottaexplainit? Sometimes i wonder if i'm just further advanced. Some things can go without saying 15 times a day depending on the level of insecurity of the one with those expectations. Which equal out to roughly 1,700 mins/year. Now imagine the phone bill.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    Now imagine the phone bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeintechnicolor View Post
    As an ENTP, I tend to have difficulties with space. I always fear that I'll be too clingy so I like to keep my space from my partner, which in the end, leads to misinterpreted signals and lost connections. I'm always the one waiting to call my partner or send him a message. Or is that just being a wuss?
    Oh good. Me too. I thought I'd have to turn in my ENTP card if I admitted it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmandahalf View Post
    Oh good. Me too. I thought I'd have to turn in my ENTP card if I admitted it.
    Wehelllll. This explains why my ENTP dates always flake out on me (I've dated more ENTPs than any other type, they ALWAYS flake out, especially if things seem to be going well).

    So this "distance" thing? Don't do it. You may be concerned that you're crowding the other person, but you're probably not. I've dumped people because I thought of it as disinterest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleph-One View Post
    Wehelllll. This explains why my ENTP dates always flake out on me (I've dated more ENTPs than any other type, they ALWAYS flake out, especially if things seem to be going well).
    When you say flake out, what specifically do you mean?

    Also, what is your experience with dating ENTPs - positive, negative?

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