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This is a discussion on What is the fascination with INTJ? within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Well, I think we "ground" you. My husband is an ENFP. We are opposites but it works. When we met ...

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Well, I think we "ground" you. My husband is an ENFP. We are opposites but it works. When we met we talked for hours. Seemed like love at first site. I considered myself lucky that he could handle my INTJ personality. Most can't. I call him on his BS...when others don't . Been together 15 years. It works......

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    Unknown Personality

    INTJs definitely do ground ENFPs well. I think it's a matter of language, because many people can try to keep me grounded, but not many people can actually ground me successfully lol
    My sister has kept me grounded in many situations. My mom can't really do the same a lot of the time even though we're both NFs and, in theory, should be able to understand each other better.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by The Nymph View Post
    I'm not sure what draws me to them, but I get a serious thrill out of the evil-villian thing.
    Hannibal Lector is an excellent example of this.
    Feels a little weird to be attracted to that, especially when he's so much older than I am, but oh well.
    C:

    On another note, anyone know what Starling is?
    I was thinking ISTJ or INTJ.
    I say ISTJ because I don't think I'd get along well with her, and I get that feeling around ISTJs.
    OMG, I love Hannibal Lecter! You are awesome, compadre.

    Clarice Starling is an INTJ as well, trying very hard to appear ISTJ because her impression of her father's will is imprinted in her mind. In the book Hannibal, she learns to grow and escape the deadlock of her dead parents' value system.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by MissyMaroon View Post
    OMG, I love Hannibal Lecter! You are awesome, compadre.

    Clarice Starling is an INTJ as well, trying very hard to appear ISTJ because her impression of her father's will is imprinted in her mind. In the book Hannibal, she learns to grow and escape the deadlock of her dead parents' value system.
    Ahh.
    I should get the book.
    Sucks I saw the movie first.


    But yesh, interesting..

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    I think it's an almost fascination thing... My boyfriend is INTJ and, even though my first impression of him was "idiot" (he sat next to me at a social thing and didn't say one word to me). Still something drew me to him... It's definitely a grounded thing as well, he's so firmly on the ground that he can catch me before I fly away. It's been 2 and a half years, my longest by about 2 years

    He, of course, thinks I'm completely off my rocker and I just tell him he's boring... Movies are difficult since I'm "OOH dragons! and Fairies! and Animation!" and he's "Dragons aren't real you know!"... But still we complement each other and challenge each other to try new things and new ways.

    And the chemistry is great
    Last edited by Lady Blurp; 07-17-2010 at 04:03 PM. Reason: Spelling... oops!


 
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