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    Default Are ENTPs generally immature until their late 30s or early 40s?

    Quote Originally Posted by entp.org
    Generally immature until their late 30s or early 40s, the young ENTP is a socially awkward animal since they rarely fit in with the herd, and require 40 years to comprehend why this is and what to do about it.

    Although always testing as INTP, I find myself identifying more and more with ENTP.

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    People accuse me of being ENTP, but I'M NOT I'M NOT I'M NOT I'M NOT!

    Anyway, they mature later... early 30s or so.

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    I always knew exactly why I didnt fit in with the herd and I never will. The herd can go to hell. It's a challenge to keep your individuality and still function in the herd thats true yes but that wont ever change for me.

    Concerning taking on responsibility for themselves at first and then others thats a different thing with entps. That prolly takes them to get 30 first and if it doesnt they will have problems later
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    What is this I don't even--
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    Although always testing as INTP, I find myself identifying more and more with ENTP.
    I knew it! I've always thought you were ENTP. I secretly just want to hug you now.

    Oh and "yes" to your question; I'm not in that age bracket yet, but I do see gradual progress towards maturity as each year goes by; close enough to speculate.

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    two answers to this.

    1) yes. entps do not mature. neither does my own type though, curse of Ne.

    2) around 20 yrs old my entp cousin started becoming noticeably more thoughtful and reflective and responsible. the whole family took note of it. it may have something to do with college or it may just have happened anyway, but it's been quite remarkable.

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    This is what I got from 27 year old ENTP;

    When your mother buys you an apartment, we will live together in clutter, you will chase your career during day and I will wait in apartment till you come home and experiment with drugs. Maybe I'll also write something, or paint. We can get a dog too.


    He was more serious than not. So, I ask you - are they immature

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    Although always testing as INTP, I find myself identifying more and more with ENTP.
    Yes.
    Never mature.

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    I know an ENTP in his early 30's I'd like to push down the stairs because he acts like he's 17, but sure, ExxPs in general can seem "immature" for one reason or another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Yes.
    Never mature.
    What he said!

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