it's funny that you do...i had no idea because i was busy being forward enfp girl, i guess.
i do know that my istj guy was shy and seemed surprised by the attention...and i got the feeling that he was thinking...she's talking to me!? she's talking to me!!?? why?? what does she see in me?? she's weird!! i don't think he realized i actually liked him until i kissed him one night...he said he just thought i was friendly with everyone...haha
^ That is so me right now! I mean, the ISTJ guy, that is. Everyone tends to think I am too "professional"... I have been mistaken by other professors for actually BEING a professor in the classroom at times and it is embarrassing. And it's not the way I was dressed, I wasn't in street clothes, but I wasn't in my Sunday bests either! I'm getting attacked on all fronts! I just can't win these days!
Oh, and you ENFP's, Erin's post above is the last post that I understand in this thread. From there on it's just like reading chinese (and no, I don't speak/read chinese). So yeah, you definitley confusing... and I have the audacity to say you are even MORE confusing that the average woman! But that's what I like! It keeps me busy decyphering what you say and I really don't think I will ever get bored of that!
I find it ironic how I can go to a foreign country over three thousand miles away and help people overcome social problems and rebuild their lives... but when it comes to you ENFP's, it's like you all are my achilie's heel! This situation is driving me up the wall... I don't handle this kind of suspense well. Because when I get a thought in my mind, I must act on it so I don't have to keep thinking about it. Obviously in this case there is nothing I can do! Well, except vent on here of course!
Is that normal? I'm guessing it might have something to do with the L word.
Well, I've done myself in this time everyone. I really thought I had gotten over being shy... I was terribly mistaken.
(Keep in mind, that I next to NEVER see her at work/school)
So I was innocently walking along conversing with a friend and when I opened up the door to the building, there she was!She was sitting and talking with a friend. I was terrified, but me and my stoic ISTJ self played it cool ....with one exception.... I was speechless! I literally could not even say hi.... but... she smiled and waved at me and I smiled at her and waved back. Then, still awestruck, I started walking the wrong way down the hall... so I had to turn around and walk the other way! Naturally,I was very embarassed and mad at myself..and mad at my friend as he busting on me afterwards! :steam:
She must have been thinking "what a loon!" But later I texted and apologized for not saying anything to her... and told her the truth, that I was shy and she said "It's alright! I understand!"
And I still feel like an idiot... who walks the wrong way... I mean really?!
so funny! and believe it or not...i've felt that way too. i've had moments of complete awkward shyness if i liked someone a whole lot...and i totally would've done that too! haha it just means you really really like her...awww.
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