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    I have found that instead of over analayzing my enfp it is much more beneficial to both of us to learn to adapt and find common ground. I am forced to constantly grow by adapting to her "randomness" while still holding strong to my plans. Although she is not as hell bent on personal growth as I she also seems to flourish under these circumstances. I think if both sides practice tolerance this is a beneficial combination for all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace View Post
    Sounds like fun. Bring it on.

    I could be asking for trouble.

    You don't know what you get yourself into!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    I have found that instead of over analayzing my enfp it is much more beneficial to both of us to learn to adapt and find common ground. I am forced to constantly grow by adapting to her "randomness" while still holding strong to my plans. Although she is not as hell bent on personal growth as I she also seems to flourish under these circumstances. I think if both sides practice tolerance this is a beneficial combination for all.
    My 2 favorite words : random and randomness....
    But it can be draining for a J type. My former ENTJ boyfriend wanted me to stick to my word and my plan (whereas plans for me are done to be undone). And as for him, I was feeling like he had no flexibility and was not ready to jump into new opportunities as they came... I think, we manage to come to a common ground there (unlike to some other points)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    You don't know what you get yourself into!
    I have some idea, but I like to live on the edge. Life is boring without a certain amount of risk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace View Post
    I have some idea, but I like to live on the edge. Life is boring without a certain amount of risk.


    Actually, I study psychology (beside my job) and I am quite against psycho-analysis (in the freudian meaning)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    Actually, I study psychology (beside my job) and I am quite against psycho-analysis (in the freudian meaning)
    Chicken! Just kidding! I won't hold you to your word. But the offer is still open to analyze me in the non-fredian sense if you think can. I'm immune to WMDs (words of mass destruction).

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    yeah kidding too. i just wanted to bring a new topic on the table. Don't forget Im closed to ENTP, and their love for argumentation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elfinchilde View Post
    think you'd get this with basically any TJ type....
    I'm a very high P and I do this with every one I'm around, especially those that I'm talking too at the moment.

    Honestly I wish I didn't do this because I can't hold a conversation with anyone cause I'm trying to figure out what's going on in their head and exactly how they'd react to what'd I would say and then trying to figure out what to say to get them to react in the way I want them to.

    I find things much more satisfying when I'm not doing this but I can't seem help it. Analysis paralysis ftl

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    I totally enfp-intj are awsome together, they have this unbelievable chemistry, i know because i was in one several years ago, and if i had it my way i would have ended up with him, but unfortunately we were broken apart due to distance and school obligations, i still hold a burning torch for him. Anywho....if you have issues with your intj just be direct and give them lots of space to process stuff, and it''ll be great i assure you.

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    Sounds like something I would do. I want an intelligent, rational, introverted, curious, pro-science girl with similar interests/values and absolutely no desire to have children whatsoever. Before I get close to someone I must determine they meet these criteria and something along the lines of psycho-analyzing seems like the quickest way to do this. Then again the sort of girl I'm after would not be significantly disturbed by my doing so.

    Look at it as a good thing, they want you for your personality not your body.

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