Ewww, gross, my last response was lame... Here it is broken down.
- Assumptions based on small pieces of information and no attempt to understand do not make sense to me (EVERYTHING MUST BE QUESTIONED!!ONE!!!11!!)
- I'm intense when I share things with people, and they always seem to think I'm being insincere. It sucks, and toning it down has just as negative of an effect. If you have a strategy for this, I'm all ears.
- If I'm not sharing my feelings with you, either work to build the kind of intimacy I need to share or move on without using emotional blackmail on me. It's a bad strategy, because neither of us get what we want.
ENTP relation to this? I seek feedback from people on maybe 20% of my thoughts. I do it to refine an idea, learn more about them, entertain my brain with a new perspective or discover an entirely new idea to work on. It truly is a draft or proposal, but I'm often detached from the ideas emotionally other than being excited about them. Could it be that people see our emotions being expressed in the same way as these ideas since they are used to our "out-there-ness"?
I make many mistakes interacting with people. With these situations, there never seems to be a positive opportunity for growth. Trust is complicated, and I am not a big fan of talking about my feelings. It's all an enigma wrapped in a mystery shrouded by illusion.