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    See what I mean? lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyxi View Post
    I am INTJ. Have dated 3 INTP men in the last 5 months. It was always wonderful at the start, but then I realise they just don't understand certain aspects of a relationship, like how to get past limerence and how to pair-bond. Which has been a horrible experience. I feel they live somewhere in outer space. I think they mean well, but are just not grounded enough for me. I can be friends with INTPs, but a relationship? No. And the higher the numbers, the more air-headed and emotionally vacant they seem to me.
    I was in a long-term relationship with an INTJ, and I can see some of the problems you've experienced. The INTJ was a bit more serious about everything, milestones, etc. than I could ever be. But it's a mistake to think an INTP (or any normal human being) is "emotionally vacant". If anything, it's the INTJ who has more difficulty being expressive.

    The issue that killed us was mutual neglect. Having two people who deny they have emotional needs in a relationship can be a real challenge, especially if they are also not being open about other things (both can have a tendency to be secretive). But I don't think in general that the INTP/INTJ relationship is doomed. It's not the kind that explodes, but fades. Non-negligible chance of becoming "roommates" after years of marriage, etc.
    I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had an underlying truth.
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    I think it would be more of a God / Follower relationship, since INTPs usually say only and always about INTJs: "It's already worse for me as an intp but as an intj it must be doubly hard" or "I hope, when I am grown up, I can achieve the clarity to see things like an INTJ"

    I tell you something, everyone is bribable dont let the INTJs make you their pet slaves, rather trust the ENTPs they gonna share things with you and will treat you like brothers, I promise *fingers crossed*
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    More into the functions, The differences between Ni and Ne makes it hard to communicate. Interpretation is priority to one whilst connection is important to another.

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    This is a joke but at the same time, there's some truth to it.

    COMPATIBILITY: INTPs make ideal companions to INTJs, as neither of them notices they're in a relationship.

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    Ha ha ha ha ha. Ha ha. Ha. Ha ha ha. Ha ha ha ha. Ha. Ha. No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I tell you something, everyone is bribable dont let the INTJs make you their pet slaves, rather trust the ENTPs they gonna share things with you and will treat you like brothers, I promise *fingers crossed*
    Why don't I trust this?
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    "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."

    "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."

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    What about ENTJ(female)-INTP(male) relationships?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    This is a joke but at the same time, there's some truth to it.
    Hahahha, well...I'm an ENTJ and had to drop the news to my INTP darling. I told him: "Am I a closet girlfriend?, we see each other almost every night, we have dinner, work on some personal projects together, meet with my friends and they invite us to join them. We go to the Opera with your parents, we have dinner with your parents, I go to church with your sister....we take care of your grandma every now and then, we're making plans to visit my family for the holidays. We've been doing all this for almost 8 months: WE ARE IN A RELATIONSHIP!!! and you STILL HAVEN'T TOLD YOUR ROTARY CLUB FRIENDS YOU'RE WITH SOMEONE!!!!!??????" (hence I am not invited to the meetings/parties/dinners). His answer was: "Erhh..I am still not sure if I want to marry you", as if it takes that to publicly accept you are in a relationship ¿What does it take for an INTP to realize/accept and reconcile with the fact that he is in a relationship?

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