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This is a discussion on MBTI Types and Dating within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; i'm an INTJ teen and honestly I'm feeling very lost about dating and love. I just can't seem to express ...

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    i'm an INTJ teen and honestly I'm feeling very lost about dating and love. I just can't seem to express affection in the way that people want to or in a way that doesn't seem cold or standoffish. Even in general I can't really express or illustrate my feelings in words.

    help?
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  2. #342

    I'm an ISTJ, but I sound exactly like an INFJ in this one..!

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    Everything sounded off to me, didn't match my experiences.

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    ISTP was spot on :) Well.. except now I'm ready for long term relationships lol

  5. #345

    INFP and that is too accurate.

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    I've only been learning about typology for a few months. I tested as INFP twice, INTP once, and I am definitely an INTP, but I fit the INFP persona quite well, too. I'm definitely much more romantic and sexual than suggested here, so how is typology more relevant than astrology?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilSlayerDante View Post
    I've only been learning about typology for a few months. I tested as INFP twice, INTP once, and I am definitely an INTP, but I fit the INFP persona quite well, too. I'm definitely much more romantic and sexual than suggested here, so how is typology more relevant than astrology?!
    Because astrology goes off of when you were born, while typology goes off of tests or assessments mostly. There is no scientific evidence of what time of the year you were born in having an impact on your personality, but personality tests actually base the answers off of how you answered questions about how you think/act. MBTI isn't perfect, but in that regard it's a bit more valid and reliable.
    Last edited by EpicKitty25; 12-27-2016 at 01:16 PM.

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    Yeahhh I don't agree with half of the INFP...
    But i guess its all on percentage.. I hate church and i don't seek long term, and i am much more romantic...
    and All the zodiacs are wrong.
    I love scorpios too. most of my close friends are, but i don't see how the zodiac would be related with personality type..

  9. #349

    I am an ESFP, and I do not like working with dumb people, even if I am probably in that category, so maybe it is better to say, "I do not enjoy people who do not interests me." I do love life, and will work towards a goal with my partner.

    So far, I seem to connect well with ESFJ's, ISFJ's, and the rare INTJ's at times when I am not going out of my mind waiting for them to get to the action phase of their plans Ni related plans that spends so much time trying to map out their options.. lol.
    Last edited by Xcopy; 01-16-2017 at 08:10 PM. Reason: Grammar issues.

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    I'm an INFP, and the description was so spot on it was eerie. For some reason, though, the ISTP one stood out to me. I get tired of the stereotype that all ISTPs are the womanizing "Hold my beer" types that either need to be constantly tazed and fed pizza slices or they'll get bored and motorcycle away from love, because every time I seek articles about ISTPs that's what they all say, but I have yet to actually meet one ISTP like that. Some just chill at home playing video games, are loyal in loving longterm relationships, don't know how to do everything, are just constantly finding out through experiences how the world fits to them and learning how to fix things and just enjoying the ride. And contrary to popular belief, they can be opinionated ac and debate you into a hole in the earth. The ISTP I've met that came closest to fitting the description, he had a few short term friendships not because he was shallow, but because he doesn't force people to be in his life, he expects independence so he gives other people the freedom to choose as well, if they don't want to do what he's doing, if they don't fit, he doesn't force it. And it didn't mean that it didn't make him sad about losing people either. ISTPs are not heartless fix-it robots, they just work things out for themselves instead of begging for shoulders to cry on. And he had short term romances not because he just wanted to hit it, quit it, and find a new target to help him forget it. It was because the emotions and romance thing didn't make sense to him, and what didn't make sense would stress him out, and the girls weren't taking the time to explain things directly to him or be patient with giving him his space to think through things, they just played games and stifled him, so finally he just gave up on dating for a while until he found a girl that understood him. And he will be loyal to her, even work through conflict, unless it organically breaks down and there's nothing to do but move on. Just because ISTPs are good at moving on doesn't mean they never cared, or even that they never fought for who they loved. Also, INFPs are way more sexual than 10%, we just express our sexuality in abstract, subtle, or artistic ways, but I know how to concretely flirt when the time calls for it.


     
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