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    When I 'fall for' a person, it takes me a while to realise that this curious physical change that comes over me when they're around is due to a crush i.e. I crush 'subconciously' and it takes me a while to realise it.

    The duration varies; may be anywhere from two weeks to half an year. As for their faults, I'm not particularly blind to them but at the same time I do give them more leeway than I would with other people.

    The feeling is as much, if not more, physical than emotional and I get a surge of fire rushing through my body when I'm around them.

    In a 'nutshell', Mozart sums it up best (no wonder they say he may have been ISFP):

    I'll tell you what I'm feeling,
    It's new for me, and I understand nothing.
    I have a feeling, full of desire,
    Which is by turns delightful and miserable.
    I freeze and then feel my soul go up in flames,
    Then in a moment I turn to ice.
    ...
    I don't know how to hold it, nor even what it is!
    ...
    I twitter and tremble without knowing why,
    ...
    But still I rather enjoy languishing this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo_(operalover) View Post
    When I 'fall for' a person, it takes me a while to realise that this curious physical change that comes over me when they're around is due to a crush i.e. I crush 'subconciously' and it takes me a while to realise it.

    The duration varies; may be anywhere from two weeks to half an year. As for their faults, I'm not particularly blind to them but at the same time I do give them more leeway than I would with other people.

    The feeling is as much, if not more, physical than emotional and I get a surge of fire rushing through my body when I'm around them.

    In a 'nutshell', Mozart sums it up best (no wonder they say he may have been ISFP):

    I'll tell you what I'm feeling,
    It's new for me, and I understand nothing.
    I have a feeling, full of desire,
    Which is by turns delightful and miserable.
    I freeze and then feel my soul go up in flames,
    Then in a moment I turn to ice.
    ...
    I don't know how to hold it, nor even what it is!
    ...
    I twitter and tremble without knowing why,
    ...
    But still I rather enjoy languishing this way.
    I also feel burning fire (which often makes me smile) and a lot of times also nerves rushing through my body (tinglings..;d) when I am around someone... and I also used to wonder "what is this, might this be a crush?" Lol... interesting to think back of this phenomenon...
    I still feel this change in my body around someone I really like but now I think it's more conscious b/c I realize that it's because of a possible crush.
    The burning is just awesomely ... (can't describe it further than awesome but this is lacking !:p).
    I sometimes imagine the other person feels it too.
    Yes, I am sure that when I actually feel this kind of thing, it means a crush is growing. This doesn't just happen with 'anyone'.
    ISFP's should write a book about these kind of things. -Love & people & .. is such a mystery.- We're great with our Fi + Se...

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    I don't know if I really get crushes. Sometimes I see really beautiful women and I just want to stare at them (but I know it's rude), there is nothing sexual about it, I just want to admire their beauty (in the same way I would admire a really beautiful sunset) and could do so for ages. It's probably wrong of me to look at them as beautiful objects, ah well I'm weird.

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    That's not weird, Q. Staring, yes, is culturally rude, but if you're not gawking, it's hardly a crime. Sometimes I stare at things that intrigue me without fulling knowing at first why I'm staring. Man, there's just something so RIGHT/CORRECT about XYZ... what IS it??....

    I do that with old cars. LOL

    Frankly, though I'm not SP, I'll get a good stare-on if he's all that. My kind of all-that of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    That's not weird, Q.
    Cool, so I can cross that off the list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyline View Post
    ISFP's should write a book about these kind of things. -Love & people & .. is such a mystery.- We're great with our Fi + Se...
    I'll do the editing if you'll do the writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "?" View Post
    Spoken like a true ISTP!
    Haha, indeed.

    Crushes for me are confusing. I can feel my emotions coming out, but I have a hard time controlling them. Since this has manifested itself in negative ways in the past, now I tend to suppress the feeling of crush until I can get my head back on straight. This delay usually means I won't develop a relationship with the person I'm crushing on, but I think that's better than hurting someone over some fleeting emotions. It's valuable to take a step back and analyze why I'm feeling so attracted to them, and whether or not I really want a relationship.

    Sounds like inferior Fe to me. When I was young I had no control over it. Then I think I tried to ignore it. As I've gotten older (I'm 24 now) I've gained some ability to simply feel it, know it's there, but not be overwhelmed by it. It's difficult sometimes, having feelings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I don't know if I really get crushes. Sometimes I see really beautiful women and I just want to stare at them (but I know it's rude), there is nothing sexual about it, I just want to admire their beauty (in the same way I would admire a really beautiful sunset) and could do so for ages. It's probably wrong of me to look at them as beautiful objects, ah well I'm weird.
    I know exactly what you mean Quinlan. I've always felt different than my fellow males in that I can stare at a woman with no animalistic desire involved. I'm simply admiring the beauty I see. I can do the same with men without feeling homosexual.

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    So very straight and I like looking at pretty chicks. There's just a very pleasant aesthetic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenity View Post
    I know exactly what you mean Quinlan. I've always felt different than my fellow males in that I can stare at a woman with no animalistic desire involved. I'm simply admiring the beauty I see. I can do the same with men without feeling homosexual.
    ha, funny...same here...I'm 100% straight female...but like to look at pretty women...always do, just admiring the beauty!

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