Which type is the IDEAL LOVER?

Which type is the IDEAL LOVER?

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This is a discussion on Which type is the IDEAL LOVER? within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; The 'Ideal Lover' is a seducer archetype used in the book 'The Art of Seduction' by Robert Greene. I'd say ...

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    Which type is the IDEAL LOVER?



    The 'Ideal Lover' is a seducer archetype used in the book 'The Art of Seduction' by Robert Greene.

    I'd say the type that is most able to become what the other person desires and alter themselves maybe the ENTP because of the potentially fluid nature of Ne and absence of Fi.

    Or possibly a high Fe type.



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    For you it's the ISFJ.
    And if you don't agree then I'll give you INFP.

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    Interesting. What makes you choose those two types?

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    ISFJs love blue eyes and INFP love ESTPs.

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    Haha fair enough. So I've heard that in socionics that INFPs and ESTPs have a conflictor relationship. But then again, INFPs might be seduced by the Se of ESTPs because of their own Se blindspot.
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    Depends what you're looking for tbh
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    What type is the ideal lover, you say?

    Whatever Belldandy is! That's what I'm saying.

    As for women, I don't know much about the ideal man. I thought that was me!

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    True, but I wonder which type can, with the most versatility, become the thing you're looking for?


     
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