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    INFP - The Idealists

    Interesting that people seem to be romantically attracted to their same type for the most part, as i figured that opposites attract
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexibaka View Post
    Interesting that people seem to be romantically attracted to their same type for the most part, as i figured that opposites attract
    Opposites might attract sexually, but they don't work in a long-term relationship.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by izebize View Post
    Opposites might attract sexually, but they don't work in a long-term relationship.
    Very interesting, so u think that opposites types would attract sexually?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexibaka View Post
    Very interesting, so u think that opposites types would attract sexually?
    I'm not saying it happens inevitably, but they can be attractive to each other. Even if it's one-sided. I really didn't want to come up with my experience, but here it is... There is this ENTJ guy and I find him EXTREMELY attractive. As in "I'd do him if I could" attractive. But never in my life would I want to be in a relationship with him. I know it's just lust and nothing close to love.
    Same goes for some ENTPs as well.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    ENTP male

    I guess entj girls always attract me but I know I don't work with them. I just tried an INFP and it was amazing.
    I am least attracted to ST, I think even just the sensing types turn me off.

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    INTP male
    Most: ISFJ, INFJ, INTJ
    Least: ENFJ, ESTJ, ISTJ

  8. #17
    INFP - The Idealists

    INFP male

    Here's the thing though. Though I am attracted to extroverts, I view them as a potential threat. Here's why. Most are out-going and easy to talk to, and above all, flirtatious. So, I think they are more likely to cheat, so it's difficult to take them seriously, as I now have trust issues due to my last long term relationship (ISFJ, ironically, she cheated; never saw that one coming). Generally, speaking, I prefer women who are SLIGHTLY more extroverted than I, but as far as the other functions, it's important that she learns to balance herself out as the relationship continues, and understands why this is necessary.

    [assuming optimal physical attraction is present]
    Most attractive: ENFP, ENTP, ESFP
    Least attractive: ISTJ, INTJ, ESTJ

    Most chance of survival: ENFP, INFP, ESTP
    Less chance of survival: ESFJ, ISFJ (obviously)
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrfetti View Post
    INFP male

    Here's the thing though. Though I am attracted to extroverts, I view them as a potential threat. Here's why. Most are out-going and easy to talk to, and above all, flirtatious. So, I think they are more likely to cheat, so it's difficult to take them seriously, as I now have trust issues due to my last long term relationship (ISFJ, ironically, she cheated; never saw that one coming). Generally, speaking, I prefer women who are SLIGHTLY more extroverted than I, but as far as the other functions, it's important that she learns to balance herself out as the relationship continues, and understands why this is necessary.

    [assuming optimal physical attraction is present]
    Most attractive: ENFP, ENTP, ESFP
    Least attractive: ISTJ, INTJ, ESTJ

    Most chance of survival: ENFP, INFP, ESTP
    Less chance of survival: ESFJ, ISFJ (obviously)
    Sorry to hear about your experience with that ISFJ. ISFJs in general tend to make really good friends to INFPs, but cant exactly be in relationships with us. ISFJs have trouble understanding INFPs emotional depth and feelings, and assume that we are like everybody else. I agree that a type with extraverted perception such as an ENFP, ENTP or ESFPs can understand INFPs better because they view people more objectively

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    INTJ female
    Most: INTP, ENTP, ENTJ
    Least: ESTJ, ESTP

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    ENFP female
    Most : INTJ, INTP, ENTP
    Least: ISFJ, ESTJ, ESFJ


     
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