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    Default INTJs and perspective

    Hi. I'm moving out of Lurkerville for this one.

    Is it an INTJ trait to struggle with other peoples perspective or is it just my two INTJ friends? Both seem to be stuck on "my way or the high way" when you try to discuss something with them, even if its just a trivial little detail. Both even seem to do the "presenting the same line of reasoning like a blunt object to the head" instead of trying to build on whatever point they are trying to prove.

    Is this a INTJ-INTP communication problem? INTP problem?

    Sorry if my lack of English skills made this post incomprehensible.

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    The problem, of course, stems not from the INTJ's struggle with your perspective but from your struggle with the right perspective, or so they will see it.

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    There seem to be two types of intjs, one of them is great in seeing how it is for others and the other one isnt. I dont know if the former one isnt like the latter one and just pretending he is not to blend in. To me intjs seldom make sense, but I like them. Except when they are really big at playing mister untouchable
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    I think it's common for INTPs especially to see INTJs that way. I've had arguments with my INTP cousin where he basically called me close-minded and I didn't see myself that way at all. It's not that I believe I can't be wrong, I just want to be shown in a verifiable way how I am wrong. I think among that particular pair, it's mainly miscommunication between Te and Ti.
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    Ne vs Ni.... Seems like Ps are more 'relaxed' with others opinions, not taking hard sides unnecessarily with anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Ne vs Ni.... Seems like Ps are more 'relaxed' with others opinions, not taking hard sides unnecessarily with anyone.
    Exactly. Ps are informative where Js are influential.
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    Usefull input, all of you. Thank you.

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