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    All this talk about ENFPs, what about INFPs?

    Personally I find that I want to kill most E's once I stay with them for too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalMethod View Post
    All this talk about ENFPs, what about INFPs?

    Personally I find that I want to kill most E's once I stay with them for too long.
    How strong of an Introvert would you say you are? That might be a reason why. I bet a weak Introvert would work well with a very strong one, whereas perhaps either could find a very strong Extravert to be tiring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrath Mania View Post
    How strong of an Introvert would you say you are? That might be a reason why. I bet a weak Introvert would work well with a very strong one, whereas perhaps either could find a very strong Extravert to be tiring.
    Well I took one test... and it said... 100% introverted
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    INFPs are quite attractive, actually. It's a shame that so many seem to have far more issues than other types (self-hate is really popular, for instance, and once they're in it, nothing you can say will get them to snap out of it, and they often do self-destructive things (if not immediately self-destructive, they get into bad relationships) because they see themselves poorly).

    I just need to be around people that are sane and reasonable...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalMethod View Post
    Well I took one test... and it said... 100% introverted
    Well there you have it. Couldn't imagine a very strong I ever working with a strong E. Although a moderate or weak E would be a possibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalMethod View Post
    All this talk about ENFPs, what about INFPs?
    I only know one INFP girl. She is married to an INTP. I've observed her interact with INTJs on a friendly basis. There seems to be mutual esteem and little personality clashing.

    As far as a relationship goes, both parties having Fi might make communication a little difficult or boring at times? That's the only objection that springs to mind. But so much depends on other factors. I really do think type is negligible in comparison to a host of other considerations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    I only know one INFP girl. She is married to an INTP. I've observed her interact with INTJs on a friendly basis. There seems to be mutual esteem and little personality clashing.

    As far as a relationship goes, both parties having Fi might make communication a little difficult or boring at times? That's the only objection that springs to mind. But so much depends on other factors. I really do think type is negligible in comparison to a host of other considerations.
    Personality clashing?
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    All this talk just makes me want to make a law in which every person is required to wear their type on some sort of name tag. Or have it float above their head magically.
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    What about INTJ/INTJ?

    I hear one extreme or the other: mental connection but NO passion whatsoever, OR an incredible sense of companionship if they are willing to challenge each other.

    I'm currently seeing another INTJ. We're both pretty introverted, but I'm really trying to get better at this and I've done fairly well so far. My SFP are much more developed than his are. I feel like I'm more grounded whereas he is more theoretical, I'm more in touch with the emotions of others whereas he is strictly logical, and I'm more willing to go with the flow. I feel like all of these are learned things, it's not how I was naturally, but I'm really liking the changes I've seen so far.

    If I hadn't developed these other aspects of myself, I think we'd be abysmal together. Two robots. But I think that we're strong where the other lacks because of how I've changed*, even if our natural tendencies are the same.

    *over time and for myself, it's not like I was trying to change for him.

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    I've heard INTJ/INTJ works well, but it seems to have problems if the INTJs do not come from extremely similar backgrounds and/or have very similar mindsets.

    Females are rare and they usually go for INTJ males, which may be an optimal pairing or could be due to a lack of options. Males can't do this because there are so few females of our type, therefore we are more likely to look outside our type. Introverted NTs are particularly-interesting to me, along with some NFs (both introverted and extroverted). We'll see how it works in actual implementation...
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