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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    You sound exhausting, but that's not really an anecdote.
    Ok, and?
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    I probably wouldn't have done it if my old roommates were halfway sane.
    Hmm. Not a good reason to live with your SO.

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    Don't leave food in the microwave. Match those socks. Ban the dust bunnies. Attempt to have some kind of routine.

    Haha, good luck.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    How do I get him to accept my ENFJ friend? (see 1st page).

    They don't need to be best friends or anything, but I don't really enjoy the constant complaining.

    It's not like the ISTJ can't just go into another room or just go take a hike for a little while, but he still complains. The ENFJ is messy (though I make him clean up)...but beyond that, it's ridiculous.

    (He's stopping by to hang out around 7, and the ISTJ is already being a baby about it.)

    EDIT: Also, the ENFJ *cooks* for me! And he'd cook for the ISTJ too, but he refuses due to his rather iffy food prep hygiene (I admit that, though I've never gotten sick from it, lol).
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    Quote Originally Posted by River View Post
    Hmm. Not a good reason to live with your SO.
    I might actually find another place if things aren't "agreed upon" within a day or two. Most of my stuff is still packed in boxes.
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    as to the ENFJ, why should someone your partner doesn't like get to invade their space? Like it or not, 50/50 rent or not that house belongs to your SO. Turning it from mine to ours takes time and effort.

    It's not like the ISTJ can't just go into another room or just go take a hike for a little while
    Err... why can't you? Again, it is their home. Be respectful.

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    Prepare to have conduct and procedural lists attached to your fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by River View Post
    as to the ENFJ, why should someone your partner doesn't like get to invade their space? Like it or not, 50/50 rent or not that house belongs to your SO. Turning it from mine to ours takes time and effort.



    Err... why can't you? Again, it is their home. Be respectful.
    So what am I, homeless? If I'm paying for half of it, it's half mine. No ifs ands or buts. I'm doing my best to compromise, he can learn to do the same, or I'm outta there.

    And I do leave with the ENFJ sometimes. But if he wants to cook, which he does sometimes, he needs to come HERE, since his own roommates banned him from the kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    So what am I, homeless? If I'm paying for half of it, it's half mine. No ifs ands or buts. I'm doing my best to compromise, he can learn to do the same, or I'm outta there.

    And I do leave with the ENFJ sometimes. But if he wants to cook, which he does sometimes, he needs to come HERE, since his own roommates banned him from the kitchen.
    I'm going to repeat myself. Turning it from just being their home into a shared one will take time. So it feels, to your istj, as an invasion of space.

    Living with a partner is different from having a room mate. Having someone over they don't like is not a simple issue of 'well i pay rent' but involves your consideration for their feelings and respect for their wants and needs. This does go both ways naturally. So sit down your istj and talk to them about how important it is that said enfj comes over and see where it goes from there.

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    My first thought when reading through the replies:

    Wait, this is your SO? How the heck is this going to work... =/

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