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    Default NT-NT relationships, and NT women

    I have had my share of relationships, but I have never had one with an NT. I know as an NT male I attempt to make it obvious when I am interested in a girl, and in general most girls with which I have been involved have let me know of their interest in me; however, I am unsure (given the cool nature of the NT) of how an NT woman would act if interested. Granted, I can't really recall ever having met an NT woman, so I couldn't really say whether they'd be much different.

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    I generally act the same as when I'm not interested, except I yawn less. Acting interested is key for smooth social interaction!
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    Errr, thanks?
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    if i want to go on a date with someone i ask them out on a date. i don't play games.
    nerves and shyness may hold me back for a while but not forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    I have had my share of relationships, but I have never had one with an NT. I know as an NT male I attempt to make it obvious when I am interested in a girl, and in general most girls with which I have been involved have let me know of their interest in me; however, I am unsure (given the cool nature of the NT) of how an NT woman would act if interested. Granted, I can't really recall ever having met an NT woman, so I couldn't really say whether they'd be much different.

    Anybody with experience with NT-NT relationships and/or NT women?
    I was friends with an INTP and treated him like everyone else. Then after one silly conversation, I got a weird stomachache. I got the same pain after we communicated the next day, as well. So I wrote an email to him saying that I had weird feelings for him but couldn't figure them out, and that he could back away from friendship if he couldn't handle it. He then wrote me back that he had interest as well and then presented the logistics of several scenarios based on interest level. I chose a level and then we negotiated the terms for the present and future - we hammered everything out and then agreed that we were a committed couple now and made a schedule of advancement (he would move in on this date, we would meet parents on that date, etc...) Then we called each other to wish each other congratulations. It was all very romantic.

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    I just go after whatever I want. Makes most sense to me. What do I have to lose? And unless you make it clear you're not interested in a relationship, I probably won't give up. In dating and romance, I'm typically the aggressor. I don't see a point in any prolonged flirting/mating dance. If you keep that up, I probably will lose interest or think you're only playing games, which is a waste of my time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    Then we called each other to wish each other congratulations. It was all very romantic.
    Indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I was friends with an INTP and treated him like everyone else. Then after one silly conversation, I got a weird stomachache. I got the same pain after we communicated the next day, as well. So I wrote an email to him saying that I had weird feelings for him but couldn't figure them out, and that he could back away from friendship if he couldn't handle it. He then wrote me back that he had interest as well and then presented the logistics of several scenarios based on interest level. I chose a level and then we negotiated the terms for the present and future - we hammered everything out and then agreed that we were a committed couple now and made a schedule of advancement (he would move in on this date, we would meet parents on that date, etc...) Then we called each other to wish each other congratulations. It was all very romantic.
    Jeno, we deeply truly madly love you for a few (or more) reasons, and this is one of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chi'xer View Post
    Jeno, we deeply truly madly love you for a few (or more) reasons, and this is one of them
    Awww,

    I've missed you! Glad to see you're still around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    I just go after whatever I want. Makes most sense to me. What do I have to lose? And unless you make it clear you're not interested in a relationship, I probably won't give up. In dating and romance, I'm typically the aggressor. I don't see a point in any prolonged flirting/mating dance. If you keep that up, I probably will lose interest or think you're only playing games, which is a waste of my time.
    Basically, this.

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