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    Default INTP, falling in love easily

    Have you ever felt that you fall in love too easily?

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    not with me! :steam:

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    OP made me think of Gang of Four, "love is like a case of anthrax, and that's something I dont wanna catch."

    Sometimes I think I'm immune.

    I'm more romantic than that though. I wish I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomerSoprano View Post
    Have you ever felt that you fall in love too easily?
    Hah, definatly not.

    Judging from the fact how often I fell in love, and the fact of how long it took for me to fall in love with that person after getting to know that person.

    Then no. It's a wonder I've actually fallen in love in my life.

    Like, once.
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    Yeah, I'd say hormones aside I've fallen in love once, but I'm starting to attribute hormones to this 'only one' as well.

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    Yeah, like mirrorguy, I'm not talking about physical impulses and 'crushes' and such, ofcourse. If arousement counts, it'd be somewhere in the thousands. :P
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    Love is hormones. But you've got to have certain mental/emotional stuff going on to get to the hormones.

    You've got to be excited about future possibilities of committing time to another person, which is hard for intps. That's my intuited theory of the moment, anyway.

    It's too easy to rationalize out of love based on seeing big picture possible incompatibilties.

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    Love? No. There's too much involved for it to happen easily. It's an excruciating process, falling in and falling out. But, if it happened easily it wouldn't have any significance.

    Crushes, on the other hand, tend to happen easily, like the others said.

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    No--I used to crush easily when I was younger, but don't anymore. Definitely don't fall in love easily. If it's the absolute right person and I feel totally safe, I think I could, though.
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    Not for me. Only happened once. The rest ranged from deep liking/BF-love to intense crushes.

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