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This is a discussion on Do ENTPs Feel More Attracted To Introverts or Extroverts? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; I see the potential in both. I don't have a preference....

  1. #11
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    I see the potential in both. I don't have a preference.
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  2. #12

    I guess I go for both Introverts and Extraverts.
    Primarialy it depends on their dominant functions if anything.

    I have a huge attraction to iNtuitive Dom's, so INFJ and ENFP's.
    But not so much for INTJ or my own type.

    In general:
    Extraverts = ESTP and ENFJ
    Introverts = INTP

    Overall, a nearly equal spread across I/E.
    Intuitives and Feelers rate highly for me.

  3. #13

    I can only feel love towards the Duolingo owl.

    I guess he's all about communication, though, so I'm going to have to go extroverts.

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  5. #14

    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleSkull View Post

    Who are you more attracted to, the personality around introverts or extroverts?
    I tend to prefer extroverts because, as I've said like a hundred times around here, I feel more comfortable and I feel like I can relax and let my introvert side out at times and then be an extrovert again at others. With introverts I feel like I constantly need to be the extrovert because, you know, they are not, and that I find it exhausting.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by olonny View Post
    I tend to prefer extroverts because, as I've said like a hundred times around here, I feel more comfortable and I feel like I can relax and let my introvert side out at times and then be an extrovert again at others. With introverts I feel like I constantly need to be the extrovert because, you know, they are not, and that I find it exhausting.
    I feel like I'm more comfortable and can be myself around extroverts for exactly the opposite reason. With introverts I feel like I constantly face pressure from them to also be introverted like them, that's what I find exhausting.

    I can be rather quiet and appear introverted at times, which can allow me to fit in w/ introverts or appear introverted next to more stereotypical extroverts... but then I'll becomes friends with a bunch of introverts and feel trapped by not fitting in with them and being expected by them to fit in w/ them and their sentiments. Like w/ friends they won't want to go out.. or we go to a party and the 2-3 people i came with will want to sit in the corner.. and I'm like "motherfuckers what are you doing making me feel pressure to sit in the corner, we're at a fucking party full of people I want to meet!"

    And w/ romantic relationships I find the exhausting thing w/ introverts is their sensitivity ..I feel like w/ friends and aquaintences I can easily dismiss or lightly fain sympathy when I don't share their sentiments, but w/ a SO they'll get very upset about stuff and expect you to also be just upset about it too and sympathetic to their plight.. and you can't fake it w/ them. W/ myself and I think most extroverts there's a more pluralistic view towards outlooks, beliefs, and sentiment...whereas introverts tend to be more single-minded ..so introverts I find more easily get upset and are less accepting of disagreements.... though that's just the challenge of dating an introvert.... there's challenges to dating anyone... and I think I do tend to be more romantically attracted to introverts.

  7. #16

    Uh, that's a good question. I think that I mostly prefer Introverts than extroverts, but I would say that as Entps, we can be very flexible if we are sensitive and comprensive.
    The tipes I most feel atracted are
    Intjs, Infjs, Infps.
    Less atracted
    Estps, estjs, esfjs.

  8. #17
    INTJ - The Scientists

    I know one ENTP guy who is definitely more attracted to introverted types, INTJs, INFJs, ISFJs and such. Curiously enough, I (INTJ) am the one who can literally go to a party/pub 5 times a week and he (the ENTP) gets exhausted after just 1 night out and needs to sit at home for the rest of the week.
    I think he prefers introverts as partners because he can be introverted around them and relax, but at the same time he wouldn't date anyone who never talks, he needs a lot of mental stimulation and hates feeling bored. So maybe the ENTPs you've seen seemed to be attracted to extroverts but I'd say they might have been more attracted to "fun" rather than extraversion :) but that's just my observation, I don't want to speak on behalf of ENTPs.
    One of my colleagues at work is also a confirmed ENTP and as far as I know, his current GF and his exGF are both introverts. And one of my acquaintances, who is quite possibly ENTP is married to ISFJ.
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  9. #18

    Most of the time, introverts. I think it's hard to get a word in edgewise with another extravert, especially given that ENTPs aren't exactly the most "extraverted" extraverts in the first place.

  10. #19

    Of course the magnetic pull has been to other entps but I've avoided giving into that as two entps would ruin the world if they were ever together.

    I married an intp. He's perfect.

  11. #20

    I'm a socially introverted xNTP, and I don't have a strong preference. I might have a slight bias for INTx ladies.


     
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