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    Well there's obviously a pattern going on then.

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    You're that afraid?

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    I don't think it works if the man is the INFJ.



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    My brother is ENTP, his girl is INFJ.

    But I don't think they make a good example. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    You're that afraid?
    The two I know irl haven't been particularly wowe'd by me when all is said and done; however on my end it is quite possible I am not nearly as tolerant of some of their more negative traits as they'd like (well, that applied to one of the two), so they prefer more docile creatures in the end, I think. I believe I scared both, on some level, judging by the types they end up choosing. I feel like their desire for comfort and security and 'easiness' of the relationship often trumps their desire to be truly understood.

    So, while I've had fantastic connections/bonds/understandings with both that I know, and in the past have always been really drawn to ENTP's as I do think in theory the match would be great, I feel like the real-world tangibles and everyday sort of differences in behaviors/priorities can't easily be breached. So yes, on my part I'm definitely pretty hesitant to entertain anything with an ENTP in the future. Seems very dicey. Not that I'm opposed to risk, because I don't think I am, but at this point my view of it is that it's kinda far-fetched in reality. haahaha.
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    You fought back so they gave up? Hmmm, understandable.

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    I thought ENTPs love it when you fight back?

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    I enjoy winning more. Confidence and such. I'd say we like interesting more than fighting back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    I enjoy winning more. Confidence and such. I'd say we like interesting more than fighting back.
    What does 'fighting back' mean to you?

    Disagreement? Making ones needs known? Pointing out when something doesn't seem quite right/fair? If any of those, then yes, I suppose I do fight back.
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    Nice one. To this I'd say that a disagreement is any two opposing ideas, so yes.

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