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    INTP's ____ and relationships?

    Please fill in the blank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    INTP's ____ and relationships?

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    INTP's grammatical pickiness and relationships.
    I think I think more than you think I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    INTP's grammatical pickiness and relationships.
    The school system may have failed you, but the INTP won't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I'm not sure how else to say this.
    I understand that INTP's are
    Ti,Ne,Si,Fe.
    I understand what each of those functions means.
    I don't understand as much about how INTP's choose to use feelings.
    I think that his Se is probably better than your average INTP, though it would normally be poor.
    I don't think that he has good use of Se compared to an SP.
    I think that he has excellent use of Ne.

    It now is not a question of retyping him, or understanding the processes.

    Based on this, I was now looking for practical suggestions and insights.

    (Where again, if someone, for some reason, thought he was using different processes, then they are also welcome to make suggestions based on their different view.)
    courtesy Jennifer : http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...sis-intps.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    What do I do about it?
    Why would you wanna do anything about it?
    Unless it's creating problems you can address directly.

    I've been there. I'd suggest rolling with the punches, guide him through the highs and lows and stay rational.

    Or dump him if you don't think he's worth it.

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    INTP's whiney and clingy in relationships, MacGuff.
    Read the OP.

    Or you can just choose your own adventure, since that's what this thread has turned into. Like a madlib.


    _________'s acting _________in relationships.

    As far as his type goes.

    Lets just, theoretically, imagine, that he might be an INTP. (You INTP's like theoretical things, right?) For the sake of this thread.
    If someone would like to start another thread about functions then you are welcome to it.

    But. For the sake of this thread. If someone happens to have anything else to add, (hint: I think you've covered it) but if you do happen to have anything else to add, just use a theoretical stereotypical Ti Ne Si Fe model. (See Jennifer's model post earlier in the thread.)

    I don't feel like writing a five page dissertation on my view of his personal function usage.


    (Maybe if we have an interesting IM conversation i'll copy paste it here for you crazies to gnaw on together. I can just see it now...


    "No! He's an INFP who's parents were divorced and he's undergoing a lot of emotional strife!!"
    "No! He's an ISTP who doesn't give a damn!
    "No!! He's an ISFJ, we've got it all wrong!!"
    "At least we all agree that he's an I!" )

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    Not every person have all of theyr functions precisely as theyr type normally have. functions can(and will) be trained just like muscles, the ones you work with more gets developed better. more developed functions run over the weak ones, for example if intp has developed Fe to the point where it works better than Si, he will be Ti Ne Fe Si, but still an intp because the strongest functions are what matters when thinking about type. feelings arent something that you choose to use, its something that you use even if you wouldnt want to. if feeling function is weak, it just doesent show that much(for the person who is feeling them or to others), because weak feelings get ruled by thinking function since its stronger. allso weaker the function, easier it is to hide it.

    Maybe i missed something, but yea, if he has excellent Ne and not as good Se as his Ne is, then he is intp if he uses Ti as first function.
    Thanks for the insight.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blank View Post
    Wow, I just made an observation-based statement, and look what happened.
    You're a rebel rouser.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    lol I think they ran out of ideas

    so its Si play time *evil grin*
    (slowly starts to inch away from scary thread.)

    Quote Originally Posted by AdielK View Post
    That's the whole point - we are not feelers. I have a well developed Feeling function and even have high empathy but at the end of the day I am theoretically applying what is fact for you.

    at the end of the dat u need to spell it out to avoid that paranoia coming out. Honest straight talking does it for me. Problem is any actions get analysed agisnt your words so action counts for more as action speaks louder than words.
    Hmm... My actions might be a tad incoherent with my words... (And thank you for ignoring the ruckus.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    Why would you wanna do anything about it?
    Unless it's creating problems you can address directly.

    I've been there. I'd suggest rolling with the punches, guide him through the highs and lows and stay rational.

    Or dump him if you don't think he's worth it.
    Umm.. I don't particularly care to do a whole lot about it. I'm mostly just curious as to what brought about this odd behavior, and am willing to give different stuff a try. At this point, i'm not sure if he's worth it or not. He's been pretty good lately once we had some better communication. Its just, some behavior I don't understand. Some people I don't understand. I thought it would be interesting to find out more.

    As far as rolling with the punches. Yea, that's a good plan for now. (I think if this goes on forever though I might just hafta call it quits.)

    Ps: ENTJ and INTP sounds like an interesting pair.
    I digress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chi'xer View Post
    Oh cool. I just caught this.


    (She didn't finish her OP... you INTP's make me feel like a raging J. AN EIGHT FUNCTION THEORY WITH ONLY SIX FUNCTIONS? THAT'S UNHEARD OF! )

    But actually..
    Its a good thread..
    It makes a lot of sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Oh cool. I just caught this.


    (She didn't finish her OP... you INTP's make me feel like a raging J. AN EIGHT FUNCTION THEORY WITH ONLY SIX FUNCTIONS? THAT'S UNHEARD OF! )

    But actually..
    Its a good thread..
    It makes a lot of sense.
    I don't know about the J, but the raging part is pretty funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    INTP's whiney and clingy in relationships, MacGuff.
    Read the OP.

    Or you can just choose your own adventure, since that's what this thread has turned into. Like a madlib.


    _________'s acting _________in relationships.
    *shakes head*

    Still missing the object of the possessive noun.

    "INTP's whiney and clingy _______ in relationships"

    "_________'s _______ acting _________in relationships"

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