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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post
    Don't forget that INTj Socionics is INTP MBTI. INTp Socionics is INTJ MBTI. Not that this Socionics theory is any more positive then: Illusionary relations between psychological ("personality") types
    Crivens - you're quick on the rebound.

    Forgot about the socionic/mbti mismatches :blushing: Thanks for the correction.

    I suppose the OP is really looking for an answer to something that's bugging them. Rather than bombard them with theories a better solution is be honest from personal experience. Maybe that will be more help than a few charts and mandala wheels.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post
    Ergo if you ask me why I like or don't like someone I can usually list the reasons with supporting evidence.
    me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    me too!
    We have something in common. With Socionics theory this would be "illusionary" - so don't build your hopes up.

    EDIT: That was a joke BTW. Don't want to get into a EF/IT rumpus.

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    yes but since you are not a socionics INTJ, it's not illusionary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post
    EDIT: That was a joke BTW. Don't want to get into a EF/IT rumpus.
    I got the joke and I am a nice ENFP who doesn't do any rumpus but just joke back!

    Anyway... any more reaction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    yes but since you are not a socionics INTJ, it's not illusionary!
    Er. As Splittet quite rightly pointed out Socionics INTP (=MBTI INTJ) relations with MBTI ENFP are - allegedly - "illusionary".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    When dealing with INTJ men, I found this thing very boring : they want to psycho-analysis you, when they get interested in you and start spinning in their head and stressing if they know you enough to start something with you, instead of enjoying your company and getting to know you by sharing time with you like anyone else would do. Is that really any usual pattern with INTJs?
    I'm not an INTJ, but I am more or less on the P/J border.

    You're right. I've spent my adult life learning everything I could about how people think--women in particular. I've come a long way. I know a lot about what makes people tick, and it's a very useful thing to know.

    On reflection it was probably not necessary. You can just go up to a girl, say "hi", and more or less let Chemistry take over, assuming there is Chemistry there in the first place. But I did not understand that until I really started to understand how people's brains work.

    I think now that I know what I know I would be much more comfortable just enjoying company and sharing time.

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    Does the OP even know what psychoanalysis is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    Does the OP even know what psychoanalysis is?
    That was my thought originally.

    I think the simple answer is that INTJs over analyze everything. . . which includes people.
    "The only time I'm wrong is when I'm questioning myself."
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    Why would you not "psychanalyze" a potential mate?

    This one decision can have more consequences on the rest of your life than possibly anything else you decide. If you're not compatible, wouldn't you want to know this from the start before feelings get all involved?
    *You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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