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    Default INTJ, could you imagine yourself saying this to your son?

    "When my son gets old I´ll have to take care of him" eventhough there is no medical problem.

    Is this INTJ social stupidty or something else?

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    What's the context here?

    I need more information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignazio View Post
    What's the context here?

    I need more information.
    Family talking about times to come and where people should be buried and stuff. The son didn´t say a word until that stupid shit came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomerSoprano View Post
    "When my son gets old I´ll have to take care of him" eventhough there is no medical problem.

    Is this INTJ social stupidty or something else?
    If I were to have as son I'd make sure he could be independent as early as possible in his life. However if he needed help from me at some point in his life when he would grow up and move out I wouldn't really hesitate to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomerSoprano View Post
    "When my son gets old I´ll have to take care of him" eventhough there is no medical problem.
    A medical problem could be invented. Then when the son is taken care of, it won't look so suspicious.
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    Depends on if it's true or not, although I guess he could have sugar coated it if you're into that kind of thing.
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    So are you the son?

    I don't entirely get it, needs more context (more than what you provided). What are you reading into that remark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    So are you the son?

    I don't entirely get it, needs more context (more than what you provided). What are you reading into that remark?
    He´s been giving me remarks like this pretty much all my life. What I´m reading in is that he thinks he´s so much better than me. I suspect that he´s suffering from a narcissistic personality disorder.

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    Or maybe he's making a joke about you being a spoiled brat.

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    So not "take care of" as in "make it look like an accident"?

    INTJs have a thing where if they announce as if it will happen the thing that they don't want to see happen, then it won't happen. See? By announcing that the future will be terrible thing X, an INTJ would be expecting that movement will begin to avoid terrible thing X.

    It's like picking up chicks by punching them in the arm. Works every time.
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