So I have these questions and yes they'll most likely be numbered. I am an INTJ (I'm guessing I should at least have SOME clue as to the answers. Surprise surprise, I don't.) who is completely clueless as to some things involving NT emotions (and emotions overall) and would appreciate any answers you guys could produce.
So here we go.
1. What would make an NTJ who is so completely sure of something (and is decidedly pleased by it as well) completely stop one day and decide to "give up" or "stop" this shenanigan because it "just wasn't right"? (There's going to have to be some backround for this one, isn't there?)
2. These all involve emotional expression of some sort by the way. Except this one, as it isn't a question.
3. This one goes out to all NT's: Do you suddenly and inexplicably get so attatched to something that despite your best efforts to try and "logic yourself out of this shit" you're still WAY excited or attatched?
4. Have you ever "lost" your emotions? (No snarky comments about not having them in the first place because goddamnit I feel for things, just not everything.)
5. When you've lost someone very close to you (they didn't die, and this is one of those rare people you call good friends and trust with many, many things) and basically the situation calls for either droping all emotinoal connections and/or "starting over", do you still feel hopeful for what was lost? In one of the only things you can say you care about, is it relatively easy to give up?
While I understand the sudden "drop" of interest in certain things previously enjoyed, I do not understand a complete 180 on one of the things someone (specifically an NT, as I've heard we tend to cling to things we've deemed "worthy") holds extremely dear. Any comments or thoughts are appreciated.