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This is a discussion on The Top Relationship Dealbreaker For Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; INTP: A partner who cannot think critically. INTPs are the ultimate critical thinkers – this type won’t accept any thought, ...

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    The Top Relationship Dealbreaker For Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type

    INTP: A partner who cannot think critically.

    INTPs are the ultimate critical thinkers – this type won’t accept any thought, fact or opinion until they’ve examined it thoroughly, from every available angle. Though they may not expect their partners to be as intellectually thorough as they are, they need to be paired with someone who wants to learn, advance and grow alongside them. After all, if the INTP can’t discuss the latest theory they’re interested in, they’re going to have very little left to discuss.

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    I agree.
    I mean, I don't need to discuss every theory I'm interested in, but I need to have a partner who is able to think critically. Who is open minded and intelligent.
    And with a good sense of humor (that's essential to me).
    And another very important thing is not to be limited in my indipendece or controlled.
    I absolutely hate it. Oh... not that it is possibile to control me or force me to do something I don't want to do, but I hate when somebody try to do it.
    And there is also something else: I would not be able to resist in a too strict relationship. You know... with a too clingy partner who want to do everything together and to share all the hobbies and spare time.
    I have my interests and I need time for myself even in a relationship, so the more you leave me free, the more I will stick to you.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    If you are unable to step back from your own actions and analyze and discuss them then we're going to have a serous problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunagattina View Post
    I agree.
    I mean, I don't need to discuss every theory I'm interested in, but I need to have a partner who is able to think critically. Who is open minded and intelligent.
    And with a good sense of humor (that's essential to me).
    And another very important thing is not to be limited in my indipendece or controlled.
    I absolutely hate it. Oh... not that it is possibile to control me or force me to do something I don't want to do, but I hate when somebody try to do it.
    And there is also something else: I would not be able to resist in a too strict relationship. You know... with a too clingy partner who want to do everything together and to share all the hobbies and spare time.
    I have my interests and I need time for myself even in a relationship, so the more you leave me free, the more I will stick to you.
    Yes, I feel about the same you do. I also try to give a partner this same kind of respect and freedom.

    I think this article was just trying to give one major example and I am curious how many agree about her summary according to there type.

    I had for example a woman friend who is ESFJ (confirmed by test). She made some advances towards me in the past, but our being friends, I wanted to be careful in going too far before I understood her more. Unfortunately, she was not very critical in her decision making I found and it really had a negative effect on my interest in her. Even as friends, it has been a little strained. I haven't talk to her much in a couple of years primarily to this.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Hm... Not quite for me. Judging by that list, I come closest to the ENTJ deal-breaker: disloyalty.

    While critical thinking is a huge plus for me, it's not strictly required so long as you are willing to at least be attentive to my thoughts and try to add your own thoughts to the extent of your abilities, even if they are pretty simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverKelpie View Post
    Hm... Not quite for me. Judging by that list, I come closest to the ENTJ deal-breaker: disloyalty.
    What do you mean for disloyalty?
    I think I'm quite prone to forgive disloyalty if it happens.
    I'm quite prone to forgive any kind of mistake actually, if the person is really sorry and really cares about the relationship. In any kind of relationship actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTonyP View Post
    Yes, I feel about the same you do. I also try to give a partner this same kind of respect and freedom.

    I think this article was just trying to give one major example and I am curious how many agree about her summary according to there type.

    I had for example a woman friend who is ESFJ (confirmed by test). She made some advances towards me in the past, but our being friends, I wanted to be careful in going too far before I understood her more. Unfortunately, she was not very critical in her decision making I found and it really had a negative effect on my interest in her. Even as friends, it has been a little strained. I haven't talk to her much in a couple of years primarily to this.
    Can you give an example of what do you mean?

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    Dealbreakers:

    • If you put words into my mouth.
    • If you're not willing to sit down and talk problems out, and instead decide you want to shout at me. I think it's pretty important that we both understand what each others perspectives, and if we do have a problem, why and what happened to cause said problem.



    Critical thinking is a massive bonus. It's not necessarily required, but it'd be great to have someone to bounce my ideas off and to give me a new logically sound perspective.:)
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Try me
    Quote Originally Posted by Lunagattina View Post
    I agree.
    I mean, I don't need to discuss every theory I'm interested in, but I need to have a partner who is able to think critically. Who is open minded and intelligent.
    And with a good sense of humor (that's essential to me).
    And another very important thing is not to be limited in my indipendece or controlled.
    I absolutely hate it. Oh... not that it is possibile to control me or force me to do something I don't want to do, but I hate when somebody try to do it.
    And there is also something else: I would not be able to resist in a too strict relationship. You know... with a too clingy partner who want to do everything together and to share all the hobbies and spare time.
    I have my interests and I need time for myself even in a relationship, so the more you leave me free, the more I will stick to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunagattina View Post
    Can you give an example of what do you mean?
    Now, I'm a little confused by your question. An example of?


     
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