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    Twerking & Lurking ayoitsStepho's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clonester View Post
    No you may not. You should stick with ENFP's.
    Oh well, I'll just look longingly over here.
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    Yeah, I was confused at first, but after I actually took time to read the OP of the linked thread, it made sense. I'm gonna help.
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    ISTP + ENFP
    -unexplainable fascination
    -complex, enigmatic relationship
    -long term need for a common ground
    -enfp can draw out vulnerability in istp
    -enfp admires the unshakeability of istp, or thinks the istp is insensitive
    -istp finds it hard to believe enfps intentions are genuine



    ISTP + ESTJ

    Easy communication.
    Both take each other at face value.
    Both don't need verbal affirmations of affection to feel loved. Works very nicely.
    ISTP admires ESTJ dependability and follow through.
    ISTP can be annoyed at ESTJ for not taking time off of work for fun and relaxation.
    ESTJ admires ISTP candor and playfulness.
    ESTJ equally annoyed by and admires ISTP stubborn rebelliousness.

    INFJ + ISTP

    ISTP likes INFJ warmth and gentle nature.
    INFJ brings out ISTP protectiveness.
    Mutual introversion hinders each from bringing the other out of their shell.
    ISTP bluntness can offend INFJ.
    INFJ thinks ISTP is fun and exciting.
    ISTP need to take life a day at a time prevents INFJ to fully trust ISTP.

    ENFJ + ISTP

    ENFJ attention makes ISTP feel one of a kind.
    ISTP is drawn to ENFJ charisma.
    ISTP likes ENFJ for taking pressure off them in social situations.
    ENFJ show of emotionality can confuse and surprise ISTP.
    ISTP feels smothered by ENFJ need for verbal affirmations.
    ISTP silence fuels ENFJ insecurities.

    ESTP + ISTP

    ISTP likes ESTP social ease and humor.
    ISTP and ESTP dislike of experiencing vulnerability can bring an adversarial quality to the relationship.
    ESTP admires ISTP quiet confidence and rebelliousness.
    ISTP savors each moment. ESTP devours each moment.
    This difference causes a lot of missed mutual connecting experiences.
    Sex is pretty good tho.










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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    You lost me at "Describe".
    Yeah, +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    ISTP + ESTJ

    Easy communication.
    Both take each other at face value.
    Both don't need verbal affirmations of affection to feel loved. Works very nicely.
    ISTP admires ESTJ dependability and follow through.
    ISTP can be annoyed at ESTJ for not taking time off of work for fun and relaxation.
    ESTJ admires ISTP candor and playfulness.
    ESTJ equally annoyed by and admires ISTP stubborn rebelliousness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmartinez84 View Post
    Yeah, +1.



    I want one
    I didn't know what the OP meant until I looked at the linked post.

    ESTJ's are the best.
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    ISTP + ESTJ

    Easy communication.
    Both take each other at face value.
    Both don't need verbal affirmations of affection to feel loved. Works very nicely.
    ISTP admires ESTJ dependability and follow through.
    ISTP can be annoyed at ESTJ for not taking time off of work for fun and relaxation.
    ESTJ admires ISTP candor and playfulness.
    ESTJ equally annoyed by and admires ISTP stubborn rebelliousness.
    My dad (ISTP) and mum (ESTJ) have been married for 21 years, and I agree with this, especially the part about ISTP wanting ESTJ to chillout occasionally. During the weekends, my dad wants to relax with his paper in the morning, while my mum is already downstairs, constructing a list of what chores need to be done. Their weekend ethics clash.

    Another problem is my dad's need for alone time vs. my mum's need to herd the family like a shepherd. Privacy is seen as scandalous! Why does he want his alone time? He has a wife, shouldn't her company always be wanted? Perhaps he's hiding something from her. Better investigate and round him up. He could be having an affair, for all we know! Is her mode of thinking, it seems. She likes co-operation (Translation: Subordination) from her husband, and he likes independence. She has her system for the household and everyone in it must follow. As experienced IXTPs, we know better than to struggle against the current. Struggling only kills you faster.

    Not exactly type-relevant, but they both share the same interests and goofy sense of humour. They go to the local running club, and they've signed up to the village's amateur pantomime production. Augh. I have to go and watch it in February.
    Um, yeah.

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    Not Your Therapist Sinmara's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grungemouse View Post
    Another problem is my dad's need for alone time vs. my mum's need to herd the family like a shepherd. Privacy is seen as scandalous! Why does he want his alone time? He has a wife, shouldn't her company always be wanted? Perhaps he's hiding something from her. Better investigate and round him up. He could be having an affair, for all we know! Is her mode of thinking, it seems. She likes co-operation (Translation: Subordination) from her husband, and he likes independence. She has her system for the household and everyone in it must follow. As experienced IXTPs, we know better than to struggle against the current. Struggling only kills you faster.
    And all of those bolded bits are precisely why my mother and I are constantly at odds and why I stopped talking to my sister entirely. >.> Ugh, ESTJs...*shudder*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pettycure View Post
    And all of those bolded bits are precisely why my mother and I are constantly at odds and why I stopped talking to my sister entirely. >.> Ugh, ESTJs...*shudder*
    Haha. My older brother is ESTP and him and my mother are no longer on speaking terms. But he's a poorly-adjusted example of an ESTP. She had good reason to chuck him out. But her "hands on" parenting style was another factor in their rocky relationship.
    Um, yeah.

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    What MDP2525 said is spot on... but I wanna add:

    ENFJ + ISTP

    ENFJ is extremely attracted to ISTP practicality/pragmatism.
    ENFJ secretly annoyed at feeling obligated to take pressure off ISTP in social situations.
    ENFJ is both envious of/grateful for:
    - ISTP ability to "shut off" overwhelming feelings & organize their heads.
    - ISTP ability to make decisions without unnecessary judgments.
    - ISTP ability to finish projects & develop talents.
    ISTP makes ENFJ feel "safe."
    ISTP insecurities can be increased by ENFJ smothering/doting.
    ISTP need for independence fuels ENFJ need for affirmation (& visa versa).
    ISTP has more trouble emoting or expressing feelings when ENFJ has/is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grungemouse View Post

    Another problem is my dad's need for alone time vs. my mum's need to herd the family like a shepherd. Privacy is seen as scandalous! Why does he want his alone time? He has a wife, shouldn't her company always be wanted? Perhaps he's hiding something from her. Better investigate and round him up. He could be having an affair, for all we know! Is her mode of thinking, it seems. She likes co-operation (Translation: Subordination) from her husband, and he likes independence. She has her system for the household and everyone in it must follow. As experienced IXTPs, we know better than to struggle against the current. Struggling only kills you faster.
    Oh yeah. They are very skeptical and somewhat nosy. My ESTJ would go on my computer and check my computer history. It annoyed the hell out of me. I told him to quit. He said I could do the same to him. Well, I have no desire to check up on you so don't do it to me. He kept doing it every time he visited. I ended up auto deleting my history. He came over and was like, "Why did you delete your history?" I told him that since he didn't want to respect my wish to quit checking my stuff then I'd find a way so he couldn't.

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