[INTJ] What is Your Attachment Style?

What is Your Attachment Style?

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  • Secure

    16 37.21%
  • Preoccupied/Anxious

    7 16.28%
  • Dismissive/Avoidant

    17 39.53%
  • Fearful/Avoidant

    3 6.98%
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This is a discussion on What is Your Attachment Style? within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Looking to see if there are any correlations with you INTJs and what your attachment styles are. Here is a ...

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    What is Your Attachment Style?

    Looking to see if there are any correlations with you INTJs and what your attachment styles are.

    Here is a great quiz to figure that out - Attachment Styles and Close Relationships

    Feel free to share results and the like!
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    INTJ

    Although I tend to be functioning healthy as a person, I have an anxious-attachment style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyme View Post
    Although I tend to be functioning healthy as a person, I have an anxious-attachment style.
    That's really interesting, I felt like INTJs would be more inclined towards the avoidant attachment style if anything. That is quite the difficult disposition, but I guess it gears you toward feelers or more frequently supportive and nurturing partners in relationships, which is a unique disposition or desire for an INTJ from what I've seen.
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    I got secure. I haven't been in many relationships though, so hard to tell. But I think that pretty much fits...I'm pretty stable and had a pretty stable/secure upbringing.
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    INTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Merola View Post
    That's really interesting, I felt like INTJs would be more inclined towards the avoidant attachment style if anything. That is quite the difficult disposition, but I guess it gears you toward feelers or more frequently supportive and nurturing partners in relationships, which is a unique disposition or desire for an INTJ from what I've seen.
    Certainly. My romantic partner is an ISFP and my best friend is an ISFJ.

    In any case, I'm actually a very emotional individual and my core priority in life is romance.

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    Unknown Personality

    I got secure as well. Before taking the test I thought I would be anxious too, turns out I am pretty healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyme View Post
    Certainly. My romantic partner is an ISFP and my best friend is an ISFJ.

    In any case, I'm actually a very emotional individual and my core priority in life is romance.
    That is such an awesome combination of preferences, I mean technically its unhealthy but damn that is cool. I want to meet a female INTJ like that, lol. I feel like this kind of person can take the best from both worlds and be so balanced with their strengths of intelligence and confidence and comprehension but also be vibrant, supportive, and receptive and appreciative of affection.
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    I have a secure attachment style with low anxiety and middle of the road avoidance. Husband is an INTP while I'm an INTJ. We are happy to entertain ourselves separately in different parts of the house and checking in every so often. This perplexes those who need more personal and emotional contact, but it works really well for us.
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    INTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Merola View Post
    That is such an awesome combination of preferences, I mean technically its unhealthy but damn that is cool. I want to meet a female INTJ like that, lol. I feel like this kind of person can take the best from both worlds and be so balanced with their strengths of intelligence and confidence and comprehension but also be vibrant, supportive, and receptive and appreciative of affection.
    Thank you, that's very kind of you to say. It certainly has come with its hardships though, or perhaps it is the hardships which has given rise to these traits and preferences. Nonetheless, I appreciate your words.

    If you wish to know more though, you're always more than welcome to ask questions. I have no reservations about these sorts of things.

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    INTJ

    I got preoccupied, in the low avoidance region near the secure line. Not sure how I feel about that. =/


     
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