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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    Alexx that is not true, ENFP's are not minions. ISTJ's do not want them to control.
    Dave - the "fact" that ENFP's have a hard time settling down is not true - we just don't like to be boxed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexx View Post
    Dave - the "fact" that ENFP's have a hard time settling down is not true - we just don't like to be boxed up.
    I have experience in relationships with ISTJ and ENFPs, both myself and close friends and for my money this is pretty accurate.

    Security and stability can be wonderful things in a relationship, but those same words have been used by dictators when they invade other countries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexx View Post
    Dave - the "fact" that ENFP's have a hard time settling down is not true - we just don't like to be boxed up.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tea-Snob View Post
    I have experience in relationships with ISTJ and ENFPs, both myself and close friends and for my money this is pretty accurate.

    Security and stability can be wonderful things in a relationship, but those same words have been used by dictators when they invade other countries.
    Who said anything about being boxed up?
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    This sounds like a nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    This sounds like a nightmare.
    Yea agreed. The answer to the OP is, in this case, you don't.
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    Is it just me, or wouldn't an ISTJ be most likely to believe that an ENFP was completely out of her mind psycho?

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    Or the other way around LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexx View Post
    Dave - the "fact" that ENFP's have a hard time settling down is not true - we just don't like to be boxed up.
    This is true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Is it just me, or wouldn't an ISTJ be most likely to believe that an ENFP was completely out of her mind psycho?
    Yes, probably true. What's more, ISTJs have the numbers to back up this belief, because they see more of society on their own side of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Yes, probably true. What's more, ISTJs have the numbers to back up this belief, because they see more of society on their own side of this.
    I mean, with the OP, she said he broke it off with her because it was too intense and her whining and crying that she wanted him back infuriated him rather than evoking any sort of sympathy. Frankly, I would be insulted if I made myself that vulnerable to someone and surely wouldn't be concerned with making things right.

    I would be embarrassed, though, that I'd behaved in such a needy, emotional manner in front of someone who obviously didn't really give a shit about my feelings. I might also feel shame if I had intruded upon that person in some way.

    In that situation, I think the best thing to have done would be to walk away and see if he came around...and if he didn't...oh well.

    I understand that this is a particular incident, and not all ISTJs are like this blah blah blah....but yeah.
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