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View Poll Results: What do you want to be valued for, by a partner?

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  • Mind - I'm a male NT.

    28 47.46%
  • Mind - I'm a female NT.

    16 27.12%
  • Body - I'm a male NT.

    1 1.69%
  • Body - I'm a female NT.

    1 1.69%
  • Heart - I'm a male NT.

    9 15.25%
  • Heart - I'm a female NT.

    4 6.78%
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    Default NTs - Most Important to be Valued For

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    Mind - intellectual capacity
    Body - face and body
    Heart - emotional capacity

    Of the three listed, pick the most important trait that you want to be valued for, by a partner.

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    We're NTs, it's kinda obvious....

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    Yes but it's nice to see a small statistic

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    Mind - and it's not close.
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    Well it's always good to be intelligent and insightful, but I think I'd rather have a not-really-that-intelligent partner who really cares about me and others than a cold genius. But that's not really a problem because smart people don't have to be unloving and caring people don't have to be dumb. An XNXP would be ideal.

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    Oh wait. I thought this was in a partner. Well in that case of what I would personally rather be valued for, well, it's probably leaning towards mind.

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    I wish to be valued for the way I sit still and do nothing.

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    We're NTs, it's kinda obvious....

    Maybe so but I prefer not to assume since there are so many variables amongst the different NT types.

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    Definately mind. I think it would be a compliment to be seen as someone having emotional capacity though.

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    The obvious answer, but "heart" is my close second -- I appreciate getting compliments in that area, because it's the area that was hardest for me and I've worked my ass off to develop it and grow in that way.
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