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    ... you realize that emotions can have some signifigance...(sometimes)
    that's answering as a steryotipical INTJ though. hahaha
    Here's a personal answer (and perhaps a better one to live by):
    ...you realize just how many good things the world really has to offer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pand0ra View Post
    I know I'm in love when I feel scared. Being in love makes me feel brilliant and awful at the same time. I hate feeling vulnerable, it scares me.
    This is strange. Before I even knew about the MBTI I described to my BF this very idea, that the fact I loved him made me really, really terrified. I don't know if he understood what I meant or the type of fear I was referring to but I'm glad that I'm not alone.

    It's that horrible feeling of not being in control or stable in my thought process, love really messes you up. Nevertheless, I enjoy it. Bittersweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copperfish17 View Post
    Also... when I start analyzing a relationship 24/7. Ti!
    Ahahahahaha I'm constantly talking to my BF about our relationship and the dynamics. Always analyzing it. It's usually not wishy-washy, it's not a discussion about getting married, having 600 babies or anything like that. It's more so about "Why do we get along? I think it's blah blah blah. And since we're on the topic, that could also be why we can talk about blah blah"

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    Hmm...does it feel like nausea?
    "There's no need to be embarrassed about it, Mr. Spock. It happens to the birds and the bees!"

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    I find that infatuation feels like that.

    Am I the only person who becomes afraid of their own feelings during a relationship and is tempted to remove thyself from it?
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

    Always reserve the right to become smarter at a future point in time, for only a fool limits themselves to all they knew in the past. -Alex

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    NT doesn't work with love. The whole system becomes unresponsive and randomly spasms. The more you try the worse it gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Am I the only person who becomes afraid of their own feelings during a relationship and is tempted to remove thyself from it?
    I can somewhat relate to the fear but I don't feel like I need to be away from the relationship. For me, it's about the fact I am thinking so much about it that I need to take a break from my continued anguish over it. I feel such an incredible weakness that I just keep thinking about it, and why this happens to me, why I feel this way about this person when I don't feel like this at all normally etc. I need a break from myself sometimes.

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    Agreed, Phobik. Cool turtle, by the way.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hera View Post
    I can somewhat relate to the fear but I don't feel like I need to be away from the relationship. For me, it's about the fact I am thinking so much about it that I need to take a break from my continued anguish over it. I feel such an incredible weakness that I just keep thinking about it, and why this happens to me, why I feel this way about this person when I don't feel like this at all normally etc. I need a break from myself sometimes.


    I WISH I could take a break from myself. Unfortunately, I can't, and I am stuck with this anguishing mindset.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Feeling aren't really anything to be feared. By thinking that way, you only give your fear more power.

    Yeah, they're irrational. Yeah, they're boring compared to, say, theoretical physics. Yeah, they can really fuck with your competency.

    But they ARE part of being human. And there's something important (and maybe even fun) about that.

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    When all you see are the exits.

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