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This is a discussion on Ask an ENTJ a question within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by siljeth It's ok it was all just a badly worded question followed by a misunderstanding haha. Thank ...

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    ENTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by siljeth View Post
    It's ok it was all just a badly worded question followed by a misunderstanding haha. Thank you for the answer anyway! I haven't really typed many people in my life yet, but I do know about one ENTJ that I don't know personally, who is really nice, only with a tendency not to care if people are offended by his humour sometimes. I have an INTJ sister and internet friend, and they are both fluffballs, so I don't really have any prejudices towards T's. I know their emotions, but they prioritise logic in most cases.
    We do that sometimes. *sheepish* Younger ENTJs also just tend not to notice it- the Fi only really kicks in during the teenage years, and doesn't fully settle in until later. Before that we can be a bit blunt, just because we haven't learned quite how others react to us yet, and why we might want them to react more positively.
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    ENTJ

    How do you stop missing someone?

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    Ask an ENTJ a question

    Quote Originally Posted by maust View Post
    How do you stop missing someone?
    Don't know if that happens. But you can get yourself preoccupied so you don't have much time to think about it.

    Reading the infractions forum all day leaves a bit much time to think about someone worth missing.
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by maust View Post
    How do you stop missing someone?

    Find something else to focus on. Use your Te. Set a new goal and get working.
    Make new friends. Much of that empty space is where you used to contact them-it may be awful, but finding a new text buddy can help keep the mind busy.
    Don't disallow yourself the grieving. You'll just end up putting it off too long and it'll come out inconveniently.
    Accepting that the loss hurts, perhaps against all logic, I think helps.
    All of these are learned from very personal encounters (and no, not sure it ever goes away completely).
    Seriously though. Keep moving forward. It hurts. It'll slow you down but don't let it stop you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmaN View Post
    Find something else to focus on. Use your Te. Set a new goal and get working.
    Make new friends. Much of that empty space is where you used to contact them-it may be awful, but finding a new text buddy can help keep the mind busy.
    Don't disallow yourself the grieving. You'll just end up putting it off too long and it'll come out inconveniently.
    Accepting that the loss hurts, perhaps against all logic, I think helps.
    All of these are learned from very personal encounters (and no, not sure it ever goes away completely).
    Seriously though. Keep moving forward. It hurts. It'll slow you down but don't let it stop you.
    My response articulated far better ^ listen to her!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGJake111 View Post
    Don't know if that happens. But you can get yourself preoccupied so you don't have much time to think about it.

    Reading the infractions forum all day leaves a bit much time to think about someone worth missing.
    Thanks. Yeah, you're right. I just can't seem to keep busy enough.

    Solution: I'll just go sit in all the floors' common rooms until I find someone who will talk Heidegger with me.

    Quote Originally Posted by EmmaN View Post
    Find something else to focus on. Use your Te. Set a new goal and get working.
    Make new friends. Much of that empty space is where you used to contact them-it may be awful, but finding a new text buddy can help keep the mind busy.
    Don't disallow yourself the grieving. You'll just end up putting it off too long and it'll come out inconveniently.
    Accepting that the loss hurts, perhaps against all logic, I think helps.
    All of these are learned from very personal encounters (and no, not sure it ever goes away completely).
    Seriously though. Keep moving forward. It hurts. It'll slow you down but don't let it stop you.
    Thank you. To both of you.
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by maust View Post
    How do you stop missing someone?
    You rationalize it.

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    ENTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by ToughLilCookie View Post
    You rationalize it.
    How?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maust View Post
    How?
    By acknowledging and accepting that you were complete, whole, and happy before you met this person and you will be after this person is gone.
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by maust View Post
    How?
    What Handsome Jack said, and more if needed. For myself, when I'm having difficulty letting go, it's because of my ability to see potential. This is a good thing in many aspects, but it sucks in romantic relationships when the other person does not see the potential that we see, or does not have the guts to turn that potential into reality. Or sometimes they simply do not feel the same way about us that we feel about them. The ability to see "what could be" works against us in romance because we only have control of one part of it, and I think it's safe to say that some of us can get caught up in the vision of it rather than the limitations of the reality. When that happens to me, I have to rationalize it, step back from it and look at it objectively. It's a process, and not a fun one.
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