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    Default What do ENTJs think of INFPs?

    I'm in the beginning(ish) of a relationship with an ENTJ guy. We appear to be opposites but this might mean we are a good complement for eachother?

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    I feel that the more similar your type is with another, the less conflicts you'll have. But that's only a small general idea. Any great person can work well with another great person.

    I believe INFP's need to practice outspokenness.
    A search for truth is a search for a greedy perspective.

    Nah, that's not truth. That's just your bullshit ideas of truth. Truth is always inclusive. If it's not inclusive, then toughen it up and try harder.

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    Theoretically ENTJs work well with INFPs. Though I find the ENTJs here tend to be attracted to INXJ more...
    Maybe they confuse the INFPs in reality with INFJs... I've seen that happen quite a lot.

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    What do ENTJs think of INFPs?
    INFPs are genuine people, good for warm fuzzy stuff like hugs and snuggles, and when well-developed have a stable sense of who they are. Potential pitfalls-- they can be flaky sometimes, and they really, really don't like criticism! Don't mess with an INFP's inner Chewbacca!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHBowden View Post
    INFPs are genuine people, good for warm fuzzy stuff like hugs and snuggles, and when well-developed have a stable sense of who they are. Potential pitfalls-- they can be flaky sometimes, and they really, really don't like criticism! Don't mess with an INFP's inner Chewbacca!
    Definitely have to agree here. My best friend is an INFP and challenges me at every turn, in a positive way. Stick up for yourself and have good logical reasons for why you think/feel/believe how you do. Don't be afraid to disagree. We think it's hot when you do

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    I like'em. Like little, precious autumn leafs.
    Always trying to be as kind as possible.
    So very insightful and a bunch of fun to be with.
    However, I do get impatient with how indecisive they can be. And how inconsistent they are, sometimes. Makes me feel like I don't know which foot to stand on. And like someone else said, they need to practice straight-forwardness.

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    ENTJs make marvelous partners for INFPs - I loved mine very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    I like'em. Like little, precious autumn leafs.
    Always trying to be as kind as possible.
    So very insightful and a bunch of fun to be with.
    However, I do get impatient with how indecisive they can be. And how inconsistent they are, sometimes. Makes me feel like I don't know which foot to stand on. And like someone else said, they need to practice straight-forwardness.
    If we did all that stuff, we'd just be ENTJs. What's the point?
    "If you would convince a man that he does wrong, do right. But do not care to convince him. Men will believe what they see. Let them see."
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    I think it's a great combination. One of the best.
    I'm not competent in answering your question, but I say go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunes View Post
    If we did all that stuff, we'd just be ENTJs. What's the point?
    What's the point of improvement... uh, the whole?
    But I guess, that's part of your charm. :rolli:

    Communication wise, I think we've got something going on.

    If I had a say in who I fell in love with, I don't think I'd choose to fall in love with an INFP - just too much uncertainty and unpredictability. I want my relationships to be stable! No guessing around, no mind-games, no roller coasters. I think I'd really have to love the INFP to be able to put up with that.

    and there's no "just ENTJ"

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