This is a discussion on Fairy Tales within the General Chat forums, part of the The Cafe Lounge category; Originally Posted by Amaranthine The argument thing is definitely not withdrawn type thing, it's your mom's 9-ness or perhaps positive ...
I don't really see how a conflict avoidant husband of the main character would work tbh. I can't really think of any withdrawn husband types on top of my head, but maybe I should try to write one, oh wait I have one. His name's Declan, he is big on romantic gestures, but then he is a 7w8 - 9w1 -2w3 sx/sp and 7's are, idk, entertaining somehow. I think maybe trying to write an action orientated/conflict seeking husband would be fun for you. Perhaps Clara and him would have lots of banter and fights, but then also passion, which confuses them as they hate each other guts XD
What do you think Jerry's and Tom's types are? lol
Which one you liked more?
This video started playing after tom maths video.
@O_o You must be related to this...somehow?
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The book does not.
Okay, that's not ENTIRELY true, but that's the thought I had when reading the novel after seeing the series.
The novel reads like a series of unrelated events bumping up against one another -- John Smith and his entire subplot (which is actually my favorite in the series) is absent from the book; we spend way more time with the guy who owns the antique store and his angst over feeling like he doesn't fit in with the Japanese.
Things go way, way different between the leads in the book also. They're in a relationship, have been for some time, and ... it ... well, it doesn't unfold like the series. Let's put it that way.
Also, I really love how I read the book not two months ago and already, I barely remember it. That's... real cool, brain. :P
Favorite piece on the violin, by far. The end parts (he's half plucking and half playing with his bow), my god. And so young I've never actually watched anyone perform it but he does it better than whoever the musician in my CD is.
Off to my basement the violinist goes I can't with people like him, I honestly just want to kidnap them and listen to them forever.
What is open to a 21-year old person with no college degree, bad high school grades, bad loan history, and little job experience?
Like...are there ways to enter life in a career-ish way? Is there anything I can do?
But you are attributing things to withdrawn types in general that aren't withdrawn types in general. I've followed people in a fury for trying to leave an argument before it was settled (a 2 and a 6 btw). Also a person would be just as likely not to see a workaholic 3, 8, 6 or 1 partner except for on the weekends as a withdrawn type.
A withdrawn type is not always withdrawn and that is not the only characteristic of it.
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