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    Senior Member Kristiana's Avatar
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    I dated several ENFPs. It didn't get beyond one or two dates because I felt they were too pushy. I can't speak for all INTJs, but an ENFP would never have worked for me, nor would any extrovert have been a good match.

    I married my wonderful INTJ husband.
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    i often get:

    "you have too much energy for me!"
    "do you like ever act serious?"
    "are you EVER sad? i cant even imagine that?!"
    "i feel like i have a 5 year old"

    hahaha not exactly what an INTJ would want haha.
    i think its because we have oppositional functions as the others dominant. oppositionals are often seen as fascinating to a type when viewing others using it with ease.

    So we find their Ni sexy, they find our Ne sexy...it doesnt matter that neither of us are very good at using the others dom...we are just fascinated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    "i feel like i have 5 year old".
    Are you french ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    Are you french ?
    no... ....my brain thinks much faster than i type...yet i try n type fast enough to keep up. so i often miss details that im typing three lines back from where im thinking of what to say.

    it doesnt help that i speed read everything haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    Are you french ?
    Awww how cute.

    ENFP's are masters of teh typo.

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    i agree with CC. no way in hell am i ever gonna concede defeat based on type :P. for the pushy thing, i think the ENFP must learn to spend some time away from the INTJ and socialize with his other friends. that gives the INTJ space and the ENFP the need to socialize. the key to the relationship is just not to expect each other to be identical.

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    ENFPs are fascinating creatures indeed.

    I wonder if part of the attraction on the ENFP's part is generated by the aloofness of the INTJ and what happens when the INTJ starts showing interest, takes initiative or opens up - is the fun over then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    ENFPs are fascinating creatures indeed.

    I wonder if part of the attraction on the ENFP's part is generated by the aloofness of the INTJ and what happens when the INTJ starts showing interest, takes initiative or opens up - is the fun over then?
    For me this would be the start of the fun, but I'm INFP...
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    When I dated my INTJ, he seemed to be far more pushy and lovey than I was. But then again, a lot of the times he didn't get to see how much I loved him. It was during the time where I thought emotions made you weak, so he totally didn't get a good sense of how I felt for him. Sigh.

    Nevertheless, there was definitely heaps of potential there. =(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    ENFPs are fascinating creatures indeed.

    I wonder if part of the attraction on the ENFP's part is generated by the aloofness of the INTJ and what happens when the INTJ starts showing interest, takes initiative or opens up - is the fun over then?
    No.

    If they took too long, the fun might be over before that though.
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