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    Hi

    I was chatting to Lauren on a thread yesterday and we got onto the subject of NT's and how they express extreme stress (in my experince even the troverts hybernate into their heads for a while rather than get emotional)... but thats not the point, the issue was who was in my life, I know loads of NT's esp at work... My best friend is also an NT...

    It led me to think about my hisotic best mates...
    I've had I guess about 6 best mates.... and I'd say 4 of them, the longer haul ones were all female INTJ - which is unusual I think.....

    What Type do you have as best mates....?

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    INFJ.

    They take all my crap and make something beautiful out of it.
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    Pooh pie?

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    They are truely wonderful and extremely talented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Pooh pie?
    XD

    Right over his head ^.~

    I dunno though, I don't think I know of a ton of NT's in general, and the ones I do, I don't think I really know in that way, I think I've mostly been likely to know NF's in this close manner.

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    My closest friends are ISTP, ESTP, and INFJ.

    As we've gotten older however, I find myself less and less on the same page as them. It's highly likely that I'd greatly enjoy the company of other NT's as well, but it seems that they are extremely rare around my location.

    Edit: Actually, scratch that. I am pretty much on the same page as the INFJ, usually. Though we have different ways of getting to that same page.
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    My closest friends are ENFP (f), INTP (m) and ENTJ (m). I also have an INFP (f) in my life who's pretty terrific. I enjoy the company and conversations of both "teams". With my NF ladies I can indulge my girly side and they make it easy for me to show affection. With my male NTs, I feel right at home.

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    My closest female friends have tended to be NFs. There's also another ENTJ in there.
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    Childhood best friend, see most often (16 years):
    *ESxx (really good at common-sense, very straight-forward in what she feels/thinks, may seem challenging, finds me 'childhish' in ways, most likely EStp)

    The foursome, all four of us became really close with one another, living and growing up together in undergraduate university (8 years):
    *ESFJ (we have a nurturer/nurtured relationship, me the latter)
    *ENFJ (introduced me to MBTI, butt heads a lot, the one who 'gets' me the most, we can talk for hrs; now, if I find a XY version of her...)
    *IsFJ (she is tickled to bits by me, and finds me quite fascinating, randomly drops off emails of her pondering something I said, did, years ago and how that's got her awed/amused....funny one, this one, but very introverted, doesn't say much about self, and quite the peacemaker)

    And, another one from uni again, who I'm really close to (8 years):
    *ENtJ (sweetest person I've met, quiet control about her, very open-minded and accepting, doesn't do drama/bulllshit, which I adore)

    My bf, who is also one of my best friends (3 years):
    *INTJ (flip side of the same coin, constant bickering, sarcasm and joking around, we are both fascinated with each other's minds)

    FJs galore, and mostly girls! I don't have any really close P friends, which I find quite interesting. The ESxx, most likely is a J or p but when younger, used to be more P.

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    ESTJ, ISTJ and INFJ.
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