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    Intriguing.... Quinlan's Avatar
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    Fluffly red pillows shaped like hearts with white frills around the edge and "I WUV U!" embroidered across the front in big letters, for the most impact get it delivered to their place of work so they can show it off.
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    I see...so in #1, it's like giving the oppotunity to do something that would make me happy, but within a predictable framework? Got it.

    #2-good point...engage, but don't slay. **scribbling notes**
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Fluffly red pillows shaped like hearts with white frills around the edge and "I WUV U!" embroidered across the front in big letters, for the most impact get it delivered to their place of work so they can show it off.
    I'll remember that the next time I want to be shoved into next year emotionally, lol. AKA: how to get an INTJ to change all their locks and get a new cell phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Fluffly red pillows shaped like hearts with white frills around the edge and "I WUV U!" embroidered across the front in big letters, for the most impact get it delivered to their place of work so they can show it off.
    INTJs: hopeless romantics. Hee hee.

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    I see...so in #1, it's like giving the oppotunity to do something that would make me happy, but within a predictable framework? Got it.

    #2-good point...engage, but don't slay. **scribbling notes**
    Sounds like you've got it down

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    I assume psychoanalyzing is out of the question? How taboo is that, really? On a scale from 1-"go to hell"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    I assume psychoanalyzing is out of the question? How taboo is that, really? On a scale from 1-"go to hell"?
    For me that usual triggers my clam up/run away/flip the bird response (not necessarily in that order).

    Occasionally I will be impressed by someone's perceptive abilities.

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    This might be the INFJ side of me coming out, but:

    I feel loved when people listen carefully enough to hear the small and quiet things that I share that are important to me, and then act on that knowledge later.

    I usually will never say loudly and clearly that something is valuable to me, but rather share--once--and probably as a seemingly off-topic single sentence in the middle of a casual conversation or a conversation that revolved around another topic--that x is something that is important. And if they knew me, they'd know I'm not one to wave flags around areas where I am emotional, so they should know to listen for small and quiet mentions like that. I also feel loved when they hear that and either refocus the conversation (assuming the current one wasn't all that important anyway) or brought it up at a more appropriate time later, because it's something that's important to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    I assume psychoanalyzing is out of the question? How taboo is that, really? On a scale from 1-"go to hell"?
    I'd be excited if someone wanted to psychoanalyze me, presuming they didn't do it when I was in a vulnerable state but rather a "hey, I'm bored, let's compare our versions of your reality."
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    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    This might be the INFJ side of me coming out, but:

    I feel loved when people listen carefully enough to hear the small and quiet things that I share that are important to me, and then act on that knowledge later.
    Yes, this is awesome in a very subtle way. Catching onto our vaguely mentioned passions=

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    That's good to know! It's a bad habit of mine, and i do it a lot when I'm bored...and tend to say a lot of things like that out loud to trusted INTJs because I value their opinions. I need to work on not doing it. ::bag over head::


    I appreciate, btw, you guys taking the time to fill me in. :O)
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