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    ISFP - The Artists

    Can a relationship between a ISFP Male and ENTJ Female

    Can a relationship form between a ISFP Male and ENTJ Female? I read a article that opposites attract each other. It was using an example of a INFJ and ESTP attracting one another. Would an ISFP Male and ENTJ Female, I could see that it could be a problem. The gender role would be different. The ENTJ would most likely be the assertive one and ISFP passive. Guys are normally meant to be assertive and women passive. The Judging and perceiving function would conflict sometimes. I read in this article opposite types help to balance each other's weaknesses. Some a ENTJ can help a ISFP to work on their Te and ISFP help ENTJ to work on their Fi.
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by Tega1 View Post
    Can a relationship form between a ISFP Male and ENTJ Female? I read a article that opposites attract each other. It was using an example of a INFJ and ESTP attracting one another. Would an ISFP Male and ENTJ Female, I could see that it could be a problem. The gender role would be different. The ENTJ would most likely be the assertive one and ISFP passive. Guys are normally meant to be assertive and women passive. The Judging and perceiving function would conflict sometimes. I read in this article opposite types help to balance each other's weaknesses. Some a ENTJ can help a ISFP to work on their Te and ISFP help ENTJ to work on their Fi.
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    You ladies seem to be flavour of the month :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas60 View Post
    You ladies seem to be flavour of the month :P


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    Unknown Personality

    Thread title fragment.

    Not compute.
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    In socionics ISFP-ENTJ is relationship of duality, meaning that these types are considered to be the best matches for one another. Being Fi-dominant doesn't mean that the person is doing to be a doormat. There are quite a few IxFP celebrities and even political leaders who demonstrate confidence and assertiveness, so if you feel that you're lacking in these qualities it is more of an issues of your personality rather than MBTI type.
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    This combo for me did not lead to a favorable outcome at all. I don't agree with Socionics...from my perspective it's a match made in hell for a romantic relationship. However, for friendship...besties!
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Not sure. But Fi-doms seem to flock to me..... Though I find them attractive people, I've never actually felt attraction to the two that I know.
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    @MsBossyPants



    Something about this clip turns on my animal instinct to dominate her, maybe because i'm projecting that I see a sexually frustrated woman or something. The business suit helps too :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas60 View Post
    @MsBossyPants



    Something about this clip turns on my animal instinct to dominate her, maybe because i'm projecting that I see a sexually frustrated woman or something. The business suit helps too :P
    Really? I see a woman who wants to stick a stiletto heel in that guy's eye.
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