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    No moss growing on me Giggly's Avatar
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    Aww raz. that was a sweet post. I'm happy to hear about the new developments in your attitude too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    It's worth it, because love is the ultimate form of loyalty. An ISTJ that loves you is one of the greatest gifts a non-ISTJ can ever receive.
    *applause*

    They dont know what they are missing!

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    I forgot I wrote that.

    Still true.

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    How did they function together, could he tolerate her habits and behavior, i understand that infp can be careless with things that dont interest them

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    Well, it's been 2 1/2 years since I created this post and asked the question. I'm 29 now and my life has changed quite a bit since then. I was actually able to stick to my life plan exactly as I described in that first post. I even got married, believe it or not, to the first girl I had the guts to ask out on a date.

    I wish I could say that the replies to my post had something to do with it, but in reality, I just needed to be patient and let life happen. It all worked out, and love has transformed me into a better person. Experience was the solution.

    To any lonely, single, virgin ISTJ's out there in the same situation that I was, be patient. Get your ducks in a row if you need to, and don't get discouraged. Love isn't trouble, it's a process. Sure there's uncontrollable hormones and foolishness, but there's also potential for a deep and rewarding friendship and the luxury of completely being yourself without fear of rejection.

    To my clueless and ignorant past self: YES! Love is most definitely worth the trouble!

    What a silly question...

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    We have a winner!
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishingdude View Post
    Well, it's been 2 1/2 years since I created this post and asked the question. I'm 29 now and my life has changed quite a bit since then. I was actually able to stick to my life plan exactly as I described in that first post. I even got married, believe it or not, to the first girl I had the guts to ask out on a date.

    I wish I could say that the replies to my post had something to do with it, but in reality, I just needed be patient and let life happen. It all worked out, and love has transformed me into a better person. Experience was the solution.

    To any lonely, single, virgin ISTJ's out there in the same situation that I was, be patient. Get your ducks in a row if you need to, and don't get discouraged. Love isn't trouble, it's a process. Sure there's uncontrollable hormones and foolishness, but there's also potential for a deep and rewarding friendship and the luxury of completely being yourself without fear of rejection.

    To my clueless and ignorant past self: YES! Love is most definitely worth the trouble!

    What a silly question...
    How wonderful! I'm so happy for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishingdude View Post
    Well, it's been 2 1/2 years since I created this post and asked the question. I'm 29 now and my life has changed quite a bit since then. I was actually able to stick to my life plan exactly as I described in that first post. I even got married, believe it or not, to the first girl I had the guts to ask out on a date.

    I wish I could say that the replies to my post had something to do with it, but in reality, I just needed to be patient and let life happen. It all worked out, and love has transformed me into a better person. Experience was the solution.

    To any lonely, single, virgin ISTJ's out there in the same situation that I was, be patient. Get your ducks in a row if you need to, and don't get discouraged. Love isn't trouble, it's a process. Sure there's uncontrollable hormones and foolishness, but there's also potential for a deep and rewarding friendship and the luxury of completely being yourself without fear of rejection.

    To my clueless and ignorant past self: YES! Love is most definitely worth the trouble!

    What a silly question...
    Congratulations!
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Too bad Oprah isn't on anymore.

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    Inspirational thread of the year.

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