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    Quote Originally Posted by 9thNightingale View Post
    Its the exact same thing for me, the difference is I am a female INTJ. I too have never felt fully content in a relationship.

    I can quickly tell whether someone is "good enough". But I tended to stick it out as long as I can with hopes that my expectations would go away or transform. Often though, I've seen myself alter myself to 'fit' with the person I am with because I like harmony in relationships. It's happened a couple of times now - whereby I undergo a transformation of myself by picking up the best traits of my partner .:workout:. Have any of you INTJ's done anything crazy like this? I feel like Rouge from X-Men lol. Its like i'm transferring the good qualities from someone into myself. I guess it comes from my need to improve myself. Its the oddest thing in the world! I'm not sure it did me any good though because it was a draining process.
    Yes, I also use the same idea to describe many of my relationships. Although her name is Rogue not Rouge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    I think I finally figured it out. At least what I need in a relationship and the type of person I need to be in a relationship with.
    What was your conclusion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thescientist View Post
    I think INTJ/INTJ is a pretty common pairing. Im actually staying with an aunt/uncle for some time and realized that they're both INTJ's. They love each other deeply. He's VERY balanced E/I, T/F, J/P. Her J and T are strong. They just have a quiet practical loving nature about them. He's very touchy-feely for an INTJ. She isnt, she's more uptight and less socially adept.

    I dont think I could be in a long-term relationship with another INTJ...I dont particularly like my type in others. I just dont find them exciting. Too practical and predictable for me. ha!
    I don't think I or a number of my INTJ colleagues (I seem to be running into bunches of them -- very weird) are predictable. Maybe somewhat practical but with adequate zaniness to keep things spicy. In a deadpan or ironic way.

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    I'm an ENTJ, and not very, lol. I have a lot of guy friends and enjoy flirting with
    cute strangers, I guess I like the mysteriousness factor even though I know to
    use my head in those situations. Guess I read too many books that had a lot of
    romance in the side storylines

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    Quote Originally Posted by capricorn009 View Post
    I'm an ENTJ, and not very, lol. I have a lot of guy friends and enjoy flirting with
    cute strangers, I guess I like the mysteriousness factor even though I know to
    use my head in those situations. Guess I read too many books that had a lot of
    romance in the side storylines
    Lol...you sooo need an INFP. Mystery and romance..really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 9thNightingale View Post
    I feel like Rouge from X-Men lol. Its like i'm transferring the good qualities from someone into myself. I guess it comes from my need to improve myself. Its the oddest thing in the world! I'm not sure it did me any good though because it was a draining process.
    They don't end up dying, do they?

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    I hear a lot of you use the word picky. Are you truly picky or just not easily impressed?

    I had this discussion with a girl over the weekend, and she told me that the word about me is that I am picky. I've heard this before and generally agreed with it, but I told her that it's not that I'm picky, but it takes more to impress me than a big butt and a smile. I've realized that about myself since my last relationship- the girl was pretty, we had fun and all, but when it was just us- no games, no music, or anything else, there was silence, there wasn't any real sparks for me, because I wasn't getting that mental stimulation that I needed (and didn't realize I needed it). I beat myself up a little bit trying to figure out why I wasn't into her, and one I figured that's what it was, it helped me to move on.

    I'm not an INTJ, but an ISTJ, and while I don't pick a girl apart while assessing her, I do look for those hints of chemistry, and that can only happen when she opens her mouth (to speak).

    Interestingly, I don't think I can do an ISTJ girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    I hear a lot of you use the word picky. Are you truly picky or just not easily impressed?

    I had this discussion with a girl over the weekend, and she told me that the word about me is that I am picky. I've heard this before and generally agreed with it, but I told her that it's not that I'm picky, but it takes more to impress me than a big butt and a smile. I've realized that about myself since my last relationship- the girl was pretty, we had fun and all, but when it was just us- no games, no music, or anything else, there was silence, there wasn't any real sparks for me, because I wasn't getting that mental stimulation that I needed (and didn't realize I needed it). I beat myself up a little bit trying to figure out why I wasn't into her, and one I figured that's what it was, it helped me to move on.

    I'm not an INTJ, but an ISTJ, and while I don't pick a girl apart while assessing her, I do look for those hints of chemistry, and that can only happen when she opens her mouth (to speak).

    Interestingly, I don't think I can do an ISTJ girl.
    You need to change your type description. It says you're ENFP. Unless that's some kind of ploy to decieve people, which I doubt because your signature suggests you are an ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    You need to change your type description. It says you're ENFP. Unless that's some kind of ploy to decieve people, which I doubt because your signature suggests you are an ISTJ.

    I'm not an INTJ, but an ISTJ, and while I don't pick a girl apart while assessing her, I do look for those hints of chemistry, and that can only happen when she opens her mouth (to speak).


    I see you are a newbie. A little piece of advice: That description field is in no way gospel. Lighten up.

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    I have decided I am definately a love fail (atm)

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