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    (experiences with other INTJs)

    INTJs are there for you when it really counts/you really need them.

    INTJs are honest and won't take your feelings lightly (they may hurt you or be clumsy about them, but they don't take them lightly). When mature they are (can be) emotionally honest and aware and open to remarks/criticism while maintaining a "diffcult-to-offend" and rational attitude (NT) that makes them a great choice for understanding and modelling emotion. I'm serious.

    INTJs solve your problems.

    INTJs are creative banterers.

    INTJs can create awesome worlds/narratives.

    INTJs look after you.

    INTJs are loyal.

    INTJs are just and later learn to be kind as well.

    INTJs are sappy and romantic.

    INTJs manage to hop quickly from idea to idea and generate new ideas.

    INTJs are curious. And remarkably open to their environment after growing up a little. INTJs are generally friendly once over 25.

    INTJs are rhetorically gifted.

    INTJs are exciting when Se kicks in and teams up with Ni to form weirdo plans.

    INTJs are passionate and enthusiastic. Often also idealistic. All with the trademark hint of forcefulness which makes things happen I suppose.

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    I love matured INTJs with focus on Fi. Pure gold.

    - Straightforward, but respectfully so
    - Passionate about making things better
    - Lead instead of intrude, motivate instead of steamroll
    - SO PERCEPTIVE (what is this, actually? How do you guys do it? It's almost scary sometimes)
    - Complex and intense, introspective and self-aware
    - Take a while to share their thoughts, but depending on the person, often worth the wait
    - Imaginative and practical, idealistic and sober
    - Confident but quietly so (no need to broadcast or advertise their personal matters)
    - Strong-willed and strong-minded
    - Demand to be viewed and treated as equals, demand that you demand the same

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    i realized that if you look around irl you'll find way more well-rounded INTJs than what is stereotyped on this board - and those people are never less than amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultimawepun View Post
    Why ENFP's are awesome:

    - They love INTJ's.

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    In my experience INTJs have the gift of taking a problem (of mine) and taking it apart into small pieces - pieces that I can manage. I can't say how many INTJs I know - I hang out on INTJforum, where I've made some very good friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    (experiences with other INTJs)

    INTJs are there for you when it really counts/you really need them.

    INTJs are honest and won't take your feelings lightly (they may hurt you or be clumsy about them, but they don't take them lightly). When mature they are (can be) emotionally honest and aware and open to remarks/criticism while maintaining a "diffcult-to-offend" and rational attitude (NT) that makes them a great choice for understanding and modelling emotion. I'm serious.

    INTJs solve your problems.

    INTJs are creative banterers.

    INTJs can create awesome worlds/narratives.

    INTJs look after you.

    INTJs are loyal.

    INTJs are just and later learn to be kind as well.

    INTJs are sappy and romantic.

    INTJs manage to hop quickly from idea to idea and generate new ideas.

    INTJs are curious. And remarkably open to their environment after growing up a little. INTJs are generally friendly once over 25.

    INTJs are rhetorically gifted.

    INTJs are exciting when Se kicks in and teams up with Ni to form weirdo plans.

    INTJs are passionate and enthusiastic. Often also idealistic. All with the trademark hint of forcefulness which makes things happen I suppose.
    Quote Originally Posted by Noon View Post
    I love matured INTJs with focus on Fi. Pure gold.

    - Straightforward, but respectfully so
    - Passionate about making things better
    - Lead instead of intrude, motivate instead of steamroll
    - SO PERCEPTIVE (what is this, actually? How do you guys do it? It's almost scary sometimes)
    - Complex and intense, introspective and self-aware
    - Take a while to share their thoughts, but depending on the person, often worth the wait
    - Imaginative and practical, idealistic and sober
    - Confident but quietly so (no need to broadcast or advertise their personal matters)
    - Strong-willed and strong-minded
    - Demand to be viewed and treated as equals, demand that you demand the same
    I agree with all of the above statements. Currently dating an INTJ, who simply amazes me. And have a very good INTJ male friend that I strongly admire. INTJ's=amazingly sophisticated, intelligent and emotionally sensitive. ...at least once they get past those angsty years.
    "I don't know a perfect person.
    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
    -John Green

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodsWoman View Post
    In my experience INTJs have the gift of taking a problem (of mine) and taking it apart into small pieces - pieces that I can manage. I can't say how many INTJs I know - I hang out on INTJforum, where I've made some very good friends.
    So very very true. The best at it of all the NTs I have known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodsWoman View Post
    In my experience INTJs have the gift of taking a problem (of mine) and taking it apart into small pieces - pieces that I can manage. I can't say how many INTJs I know - I hang out on INTJforum, where I've made some very good friends.
    I call it doing "the NTJ thing."

    In many scenarios it is actually more comforting than being "comforted."

    Depends though, sometimes you just want a hug. But I love the NTJ way of handling shit and making you look at it in little objective pieces, et al.

    I find it calming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I call it doing "the NTJ thing."

    In many scenarios it is actually more comforting than being "comforted."

    Depends though, sometimes you just want a hug. But I love the NTJ way of handling shit and making you look at it in little objective pieces, et al.

    I find it calming.
    There is definitely a time and a place for it.... But it was something I learned a bit how to do when I dated this INTJ for over 4 years. He was always very patient and calm and, "ok, I know you are upset and worried.... so let's break it down like this." And the process of thinking about it and seeing it for a new perspective helped distract me a bit from feeling upset. I've been glad to keep him as a friend since we broke up because every once in awhile I ask him for help in this regard.

    Edit: I feel like INTJs are better at directing people to come to this conclusion themselves... the ENTJs I have known always want to make the conclusion for me and then hit me with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    There is definitely a time and a place for it.... But it was something I learned a bit how to do when I dated this INTJ for over 4 years. He was always very patient and calm and, "ok, I know you are upset and worried.... so let's break it down like this." And the process of thinking about it and seeing it for a new perspective helped distract me a bit from feeling upset. I've been glad to keep him as a friend since we broke up because every once in awhile I ask him for help in this regard.

    Edit: I feel like INTJs are better at directing people to come to this conclusion themselves... the ENTJs I have known always want to make the conclusion for me and then hit me with it.
    INTJs have more of a way of guiding that may eventually make me feel like "wow you were right" even if I began arguing with them. That's why I find them so fascinating and charming. It's quiet control without being openly controlling. It's like "whoa! how you do that?"

    Yes, I like the feeling of someone very rational and capable being in control when I'm upset. And yes, even an ENTJ can do it, including ENTJs I might sometimes find too overbearing.

    They can just be like:

    A)
    B)
    so do this
    and now
    C)

    It reminds me of the facts.

    I also knew an ENTJ ...maybe he was closer to being INTJ than I think, but he tests as ENTJ...who had a similar calming "presence."

    But some ENTJs will just decide for you and beat you over the head with it, which is decidedly not at all charming. I wouldn't say ALL ENTJs are like that though, because they're not - just the very brutal ones.

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