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This is a discussion on Which MBTI Type Did You Marry within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Marvin the Dendroid Ex-wife. She was probably an unhealthy ESFP. A disaster, and one I should have ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin the Dendroid View Post
    Ex-wife. She was probably an unhealthy ESFP. A disaster, and one I should have left much sooner than I did.

    Best relationship? INFP without a doubt. I would steal her Fi and Ne in a heartbeat if I could.


    Well look who decided to sneak back onto the forum.

    How's the durian's treating ya?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dalien View Post
    My third and ex was an ENTP. Let’s just say he kept things interesting, until he was everywhere he shouldn’t have been.
    My ISTJ acts like a firm anchor because the world is a playground and if she didn't hold me down, I would probably get a job in Antarctica just because I really, really want to ... I can't even understand why she doesn't want to share that experience with me? Doesn't it sound amazing? I dream about it all the time. I've even looked at opportunities in my spare time.

    But then we bought a house. And now I'm firmly anchored to where I am ... cleaning out the fucking gutters on a Sunday morning

    Oh, no, no Reap not that kind of traveling he had done.
    Good thing, Etherea has grounded you! lol
    I think that lady is good for you... come on, I know you agree. : )
    Nah, traveling is cool, but having a home, a house, is just as cool. : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalien View Post
    Oh, no, no Reap not that kind of traveling he had done.
    Good thing, Etherea has grounded you! lol
    I think that lady is good for you... come on, I know you agree. : )
    Nah, traveling is cool, but having a home, a house, is just as cool. : )
    I knew what traveling you might be talking about ;). But I was trying to bring levity to the conversation and I succeeded.

    Yess. She does ground me but also let me fly with my broken wing.

    And the best part. No amount of praise gets to her head so I can do this all day, all night. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reap View Post
    I knew what traveling you might be talking about ;). But I was trying to bring levity to the conversation and I succeeded.

    Yess. She does ground me but also let me fly with my broken wing.

    And the best part. No amount of praise gets to her head so I can do this all day, all night. :)
    Damn, you’re good!
    And, damn, lucky!

    Did ya know I’m the one whom got this placed in the smiley box. I insisted we needed to show more love around this PerC town. Well, here’s to you both...
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    Love and respect to you too @Dalien . You're part of this journey and I appreciate it. Surreal's thread too has great memories despite what I was going through at the time. This whole section saved me. And I really hope that it can and does the same for other people.

    I have become better at accessing my deepest thoughts. I'm older. Wiser.

    If anything I can impart to today's youth is to never give up. And it's ok to have failed relationships because failed relationships still mean that the you know what you want. And that means you just need to find it. Even if it takes several tries.

    I'm here for the long haul. I think considering that I've made a life by talking to someone online this means that this is all more real and more satisfying than anything I've experienced IRL.

    IRL lack of friendships and social circle doesn't even bother me anymore. I look at people and i see all of us in the same boat trying to find our place in a small rock in a giant universe. We're all in this together and in our unique ways we're very much the same.

    Yeah .. these are cliche words. But that's ok. I don't mind being cliche. Cliche helped me steer my life in a positive direction ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zosio913 View Post
    Well look who decided to sneak back onto the forum.

    How's the durian's treating ya?
    Was on a very nice binge of several a day for a month before coming back to Europe. It was quite dear, but ah so worth it. Probably won't be having any again anytime soon.

    Hope the assorted Ne-doms in your life have been treating you well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin the Dendroid View Post
    Was on a very nice binge of several a day for a month before coming back to Europe. It was quite dear, but ah so worth it. Probably won't be having any again anytime soon.

    Hope the assorted Ne-doms in your life have been treating you well
    The ENTPs are as unhelpful as always. The ENFPs are as wonderful as always.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zosio913 View Post
    The ENFPs are as wonderful as always.
    Long may they reign.
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