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    This is cool. I never really understood that Sensors tend to get powerful surges of feelings through their body when experiencing emotions or any physical stimulation.
    For me its more analytical. I can't speak for all intuitives but its more objectifying your emotions and thoughts and taking them apart.

    So that's it why it would be thrilling for a sensor to talk about some where they went, what they tasted, or the details of what they saw. Its like you can "feel" the same physical experience. ? (And this is more of a question)

    Intuitives want to you to "feel"/ "think" about their same mental experience.

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    That explains why my ENFJ ex was obsessed with getting my thoughts/feelings out of me verbally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    That explains why my ENFJ ex was obsessed with getting my thoughts/feelings out of me verbally.
    LOL. My ex was the same way (also an ENFJ). Funny. XD

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    ^^ Damn, that's quite a crush!
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    LOL! Jeff: "BAD NEWS" on the truck.

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    what if out of the blue, when we dont really touch much, you put your head on my shoulder?
    (oh boy im insecure)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    what if out of the blue, when we dont really touch much, you put your head on my shoulder?
    (oh boy im insecure)
    Awh! If I did that, it'd mean I liked you! : D
    and would expect you to do something of the similar, like maybe rest your head against mine are hold my hand. Lols. Putting your arm around the shoulder works with going with the flow too.

    The first choice would be best to do though since well... you know... it's more safe. ;P
    Unless you're feeling a bit risque, then I say GET IN THE ACTION!! >; D

    But that's just my opinion. =P

    Usually I try not to be too touchy. I'd be too insecure as to whether they'll think I'm weird and don't want me near them anymore if I do so... lols. If I was feeling up to it, I'd just give subtle messages such as scooting closer to you or... resting my head against your shoulder?

    *winkwink*

    (ok, I'll be quiet now XD)

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    :blushing:

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    When you have a crush, does it last for a long or short unit of time?

    Long

    Do you view your crush as an idealized version of her/himself, oblivious to the real person? Or is it just that you're so forgiving that you don't care about the faults that you see existing?

    Yeah this

    How much does this crush influence your decisions? (As an NT, I think it influences my feelings but not my final decision. It just makes the decision-making-process take longer b/c of all the feeling getting in the way.)

    Same as an NT then...

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