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This is a discussion on INFP What Type Did You Marry? within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; I've no idea the type that I should be looking for now. Loads of types "like" me (as a 'cool ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    INFP What Type Did You Marry?

    I've no idea the type that I should be looking for now.


    Loads of types "like" me (as a 'cool chick' and a friend and someone smart and interesting to talk to) but not romantically and I'm wondering, is there a type out there that thinks INFPs are sexy?? Or are we just too damned "nice" (blah) to be seen as sexy?

    INFP women, what type did you marry? What do you love about them and what do they love about you?
    How is the 'connection'?

    What's got me rather bothered lately is the realization of how I appear to others -- as someone who "presents a calm, pleasant face to the world and who has 'simple' desires" and that they don't see the intensity in me and that would in large part be my own fault I suppose since I don't like to verbalize my deepest emotions or things that are too close to my heart and when I have with family members or a close friend or two, I've felt they've seen this as a weakness.

    When I think of the kind of man I should look for, well, I'm drawing a blank and losing hope that such a man exists -- that if he does exist he would be interested in me.
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    I'm interested in knowing too... If anyone answers, please add the enneagram type they are if you know it :)

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    INFP - The Idealists

    You're right, a blank man wouldn't exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by android654 View Post
    You're right, a blank man wouldn't exist.


    What is this supposed to mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by amanda32 View Post
    What is this supposed to mean?
    You said.

    Quote Originally Posted by amanda32 View Post
    When I think of the kind of man I should look for, well, I'm drawing a blank and losing hope that such a man exists
    You're looking for someone and have no idea what type of person he is. That guy doesn't exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by android654 View Post
    You said.



    You're looking for someone and have no idea what type of person he is. That guy doesn't exist.
    Yes, the way I typed it seems that way.

    What I meant was that I have a hard time picturing this man though I know the qualities I am looking for it's difficult for me to imagine what he would actually be like or that he exists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amanda32 View Post
    Yes, the way I typed it seems that way.

    What I meant was that I have a hard time picturing this man though I know the qualities I am looking for it's difficult for me to imagine what he would actually be like or that he exists.
    Maybe you should articulate what it is you're looking for. It'll help people help you with a little more ease.
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    O_o!

    sound the alarm!!!!!!!!!!

    theres a T in our midsts
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Maybe you should figure out what you want first.

    What are these "qualities" you speak of?

    What's got me rather bothered lately is the realization of how I appear to others -- as someone who "presents a calm, pleasant face to the world and who has 'simple' desires" and that they don't see the intensity in me and that would in large part be my own fault I suppose since I don't like to verbalize my deepest emotions or things that are too close to my heart and when I have with family members or a close friend or two, I've felt they've seen this as a weakness.
    How do you think you are "intense"?

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Well... I married an ISTJ, though his J-ness doesn't come out too strongly with every-day life things. This is a good thing since I'm something of an extreme P in most aspects of life.

    I'm not sure exactly what it is that you're looking for as far as figuring out what "type" you should look for. I looked for someone who had similar interests as me and who made me laugh and got my dorky/geeky way of thinking. Actually, he makes me feel almost "normal" when we compare how geeky we are. It's a bit disturbing since the trend in all other aspects of my life is that I'm the odd, quirky, but nice lady. Long-story short is that we have enough in common to have lots to talk about, we give each other the benefit of the doubt and work through or accept differing opinions and still keep our own interests so as to maintain our own identities while still encouraging each other to try a few things outside our comfort zone. Though, truth be told, he's a bit more rigid and it takes some gentle nudging on my part to get him to try some of the things I enjoy and my conversion success has been limited. Luckily, we're both cool with it.
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