I know quite a few ENTJs and INTJs, and the answer's been a big fat yes in my experience.. although there's probably not some general rule. If there is, it could be due to the introversion/extraversion difference.
My ENTJ best friend, definitely outwardly emotes far more than I do.
- Emotionally crippled scumbags that will walk over you, esp. when your are down. They won't notice your mood, though, so it's nothing personal. It never is.
- That sick sense of humour will offend every value you hold sacred, at just the wrong time. They will be amused at your discomfort, earthling.
- Just when you though you could possibly be "chums" with an INTJ by talking about the weather, what you did at the weekend, etc, you will notice them looking at you in a funny way. This is pity. And you are the subject of it.
- Your "great idea" is assassinated in a rapid, spit-fire of rational argument. You are offended and your feelings and ego are bruised. Don't be. Take it as a compliment that you have something interesting that is worthy of shredding! You won't of course; you'll collude with your colleagues and decide the INTJ is an arsehole (a point which the INTJ is likely to agree on).
- Pull yourself together! A typical INTJ response to the worst crisis... Just spent 24 years in a Austrian cellar? - Pull yourself together woman!
- In groups they are even worst, because the buggers talk on the same wavelength. Try being nice and make a contribution to the conversation - see what happens. That look again! Pity (multiplied by x).
Have nothing to do with them if you value your sanity.
To die would be an awfully big adventure - Peter Pan
my hubby of 21 years is an intj and he's just wonderful. everyone loves him and he's charming with women and good looking. plays guitar and writes songs. has numerous jobs he's good at and brings home the bacon very well, so i don't have to.
my only complaint *today* haha is that he thinks he knows everything!! he won't always contradict me, unless the issue is pressing. since i stay home, we usually don't conflict too much, but i kinda have gotten to where i dislike going on vacation with him. i want to enjoy a new city in a serendipitous sort of way; not rushing, not worrying about details, just going with the flow. but he gets so uptight about navigating around streets he doesn't know and parking in the perfect spot, etc. that we both end up so stressed out, we can't enjoy the rest of the day!
so i've learned that i take over the driving (much to his annoyance and irritation) in new cities, where lots of variables can be allowed to occur in a more relaxed way. but i leave the highway driving and inter-city navigation to him.
it's been nice to learn about personality typing (i'm a newbie) so i can show him he doesn't really know everything all the time.
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Do not resist an evil person, but to him who strikes you on the one cheek, offer also the other. ~Matthew 5:39