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Types You've Dated or Had a Relationship with?

View Poll Results: INTPs, select the types you've dated (> 2 weeks) or been in a relationship with:

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  • ISTJ

    4 5.56%
  • ISTP

    6 8.33%
  • ESTP

    10 13.89%
  • ESTJ

    3 4.17%
  • ISFJ

    7 9.72%
  • ISFP

    8 11.11%
  • ESFP

    11 15.28%
  • ESFJ

    10 13.89%
  • INFJ

    9 12.50%
  • INFP

    10 13.89%
  • ENFP

    18 25.00%
  • ENFJ

    7 9.72%
  • INTJ

    12 16.67%
  • INTP

    12 16.67%
  • ENTP

    7 9.72%
  • ENTJ

    5 6.94%
  • I'm not an INTP but still longed to click something, somewhere for some reason.

    11 15.28%
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This is a discussion on Types You've Dated or Had a Relationship with? within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by stuff Very true :) I actually have no regrets about any of them, I learned a lot ...

  1. #11

    Quote Originally Posted by stuff View Post
    Very true :) I actually have no regrets about any of them, I learned a lot from them.
    Well, there is that. I will definitely say I grew up a lot by trying to make something work with people who were a lot different than me, and even with the relationships over, I still have the things I learned to help me with my next relationship(s).
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  2. #12

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennywocky View Post
    Well, there is that. I will definitely say I grew up a lot by trying to make something work with people who were a lot different than me, and even with the relationships over, I still have the things I learned to help me with my next relationship(s).
    Same, that's what l aim for in most areas life, pretty much.

    lt's great that people take a lot of time to understand themselves now but l feel like so many younger people don't even feel like they're obligated to deal with people who are different than them or really even anything that makes them uncomfortable.

    l don't see them ever growing up lol.

    Maybe l should take my rant to the Generations forum though. l sound like a grumpy Gen Xer. And l'm not, even.

  3. #13

    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    It's great that people take a lot of time to understand themselves now but l feel like so many younger people don't even feel like they're obligated to deal with people who are different than them or really even anything that makes them uncomfortable.

    l don't see them ever growing up lol.

    Maybe l should take my rant to the Generations forum though. l sound like a grumpy Gen Xer. And l'm not, even.
    It's kind of funny at how the growing diversity and opportunities to find diverse niche groups of like-minded people might end up making individuals (as culture grows more diverse) less diverse, as individuals find safe environments to roost that simply reflect who they already are and thus not challenge them to change or grow.

    There's a flip side to everything, I suppose....
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  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    Same, that's what l aim for in most areas life, pretty much.

    lt's great that people take a lot of time to understand themselves now but l feel like so many younger people don't even feel like they're obligated to deal with people who are different than them or really even anything that makes them uncomfortable.

    l don't see them ever growing up lol.

    Maybe l should take my rant to the Generations forum though. l sound like a grumpy Gen Xer. And l'm not, even.
    I've been noticing this a lot lately.

    Going to school with younger people who grew up interneting and using social networking and gaming and all that, it really struck me. They have a really hard time interacting with people outside their cliques. I know people have always been like that, but there used to be some sense of common courtesy when I was their age. It wasn't cool to just jump on anyone who was different, it was cooler to be the bigger person, especially when it came to the "socially vulnerable" -- like aspies, learning disabled, poor people, etc. There were still bullies, but they were the rarer exception. Now it's just a free-for-all of constant shit-slinging. They do it on their phones all through class.

    The internet might be making people dumber in certain key ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennywocky View Post
    It's kind of funny at how the growing diversity and opportunities to find diverse niche groups of like-minded people might end up making individuals (as culture grows more diverse) less diverse, as individuals find safe environments to roost that simply reflect who they already are and thus not challenge them to change or grow.

    There's a flip side to everything, I suppose....
    :D

    Exactly. l see it with everything.

    Also a reluctance to "label" anything at the same time, which results in completely ignoring some of the positive differences that different groups of people have, too.

    But who knows, they're going to become the adults who run everything soon enough and then maybe every identifiable object or label as we know it will cease to exist and we'll all coexist as an ageless, genderless, multi-racial, pansexual amorphous blob lol.
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  6. #16
    INTP - The Thinkers

    Both of my relationships were more pseudo-relationships than real ones. But whatever.
    I'm typing these people in retrospect, because I don't date based on MBTI.

    INFP - Sweet guy. I tried to convince myself we had more in common than we did. He had low self-confidence, kind of wimpy. Very intelligent. Very romantic. Kind of flaky. I dumped him, we're still friends.

    ENTP - Very witty, weird. We clicked really well conversationally. We flirted while having conversations about etymology, which I'm under the impression is an NT kind of thing to do. Oh God, he was hot. More confident than I was. Good kisser. The relationship ended when he suddenly flaked when it seemed like the relationship had reached the point when it needed to be serious. We don't really talk any more, but I ran into him at a bowling alley recently and it wasn't terribly awkward.
    Last edited by misstheground; 06-26-2012 at 01:41 PM. Reason: grammer tingz

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    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    :D

    Exactly. l see it with everything.

    Also a reluctance to "label" anything at the same time, which results in completely ignoring some of the positive differences that different groups of people have, too.


    But who knows, they're going to become the adults who run everything soon enough and then maybe every identifiable object or label as we know will cease to exist and we'll all coexist as an ageless, genderless, multi-racial, pansexual amorphous blob lol.
    I don't notice that at all. Where I live almost everyone has some kind of label. Sexually people are a lot more likely to be "bi" or "pan", though, especially people who spend a lot of time on fetish sites/communities. I'll grant that.
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  8. #18
    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    Same, that's what l aim for in most areas life, pretty much.

    lt's great that people take a lot of time to understand themselves now but l feel like so many younger people don't even feel like they're obligated to deal with people who are different than them or really even anything that makes them uncomfortable.

    l don't see them ever growing up lol.

    Maybe l should take my rant to the Generations forum though. l sound like a grumpy Gen Xer. And l'm not, even.
    I agree with you, and I was born in the 90s. :P

    It's important to actually realize that it takes all types. And I've been pleasantly surprised or have learned from people who are extremely different than I am.
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  9. #19
    INTP - The Thinkers


    An INTP: Everything that wasn't entirely esoteric she had no respect for. Even HUMOR. Entirely intense, impersonal, cold even towards me. I lost interest fast.

    INTJ: Even more extreme than the intp.

    ESFP: Religious fanatic, I think I enjoyed the fact that my actions put her into turmoil. Because of me she had sex before marriage, went to a party and engaged in light drug use, and began "questioning god." I'm laughing right now I went into her life and flipped everything upside down. I didn't have that malicious intent, the way that I naturally am personality wise simply resulted in all of that happening.

    ENTP: We were friends with benefits. We were both too "free" to commit to each other. I wouldn't of wanted that in any case.

    ISFP: We have a love hate relationship. Were not actually dating though. She has an obscene sense of humor as well and still manages to be classy. She's good looking too like.......it's intimidating. It's extremely complicated we've both stated that we like each other but she's in a relationship and I drift around from person to person (I'd be willing to commit to her). When I'm nice to her she's suddenly mean. When I ignore her she says she misses me. If I'm apathetic towards her she gets VERY affectionate towards me. So I start acknowledging her again and then she's indifferent towards me again. It's a constant game of rejection and acceptance on both of our parts. Sometimes she'll say something deep regarding how she feels (towards me) and then insult me in a joking manner almost if what she said embarrassed her. And I'm OVERLY sarcastic at times so my reply usually stings, and then she gets upset. Also she gets EXTREMELY jealous even though were not together. I can't tell if she actually likes me. I like her the most out of all of the above though.

    I can't believe I'm in that type of relationship.
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  10. #20

    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    But who knows, they're going to become the adults who run everything soon enough and then maybe every identifiable object or label as we know it will cease to exist and we'll all coexist as an ageless, genderless, multi-racial, pansexual amorphous blob lol.
    Long live the socially evolving goo!

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