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    Attractions between cognitive types

    I just realized something, i don't know if this applies to everyone but.. I realized that i get attracted with my opposite cognitive type.

    I have these cognitive types: Se, Ne, Te, Fi

    I have Fi, no doubt about it.

    I realized i can get really unexplainable attraction with Fe users. - ENFJ, ESFJ

    Until i realized the reason. ;)

    And, i also realized how ENFJ got attracted on me. EnFJ got Fe, Ni, Se, Ti

    I got Ne. I amused him with my wisdoms.
    I got Te. I motivated him with my Te. We're always talking about programming and helped him alot of times. That's probably why he's attracted with me because he uses Ti, during programming sessions, he thinks inside the box. Me, outside.. I have lots of what if scenarios of the whole system.

    Omg! Omg! XD

    Amazing. (we complete each other lol)

    What do you guys think? Do you think you get attracted with users with the Extroverted function compared with your own introverted function?

    Like introverted users, Fi attracted with Fe
    Ti with Te
    Si with Se
    Ni with Ne



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    INFP

    My SO is an ISTP (we share no functions lol), and I agree!

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    Haha that is interesting. I am the opposite I find people with the opposite functions kind of annoying. Although intially I might be intrigued by the them over a period of time they just annoy me and I annoy them. I tend to like people with the sameness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yogimon View Post
    Haha that is interesting. I am the opposite I find people with the opposite functions kind of annoying. Although intially I might be intrigued by the them over a period of time they just annoy me and I annoy them. I tend to like people with the sameness.
    I seeeeee!!!! But well me, i like challenge wahahaha. Or maybe I'd like to improve my Fi into Fe i guess?!

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    I am an Fe user.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atamagasuita View Post
    I am an Fe user.
    We know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOGSOUP View Post
    We know.
    Hahaha. K. XD but how do u know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by atamagasuita View Post
    Hahaha. K. XD but how do u know?
    Your whole MO on this forum. Very telling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOGSOUP View Post
    Your whole MO on this forum. Very telling.
    I see. So i have E power baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by atamagasuita View Post
    I see. So i have E power baby
    Exactly.
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