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Welp, being the social ninja that some istps are at times..I think I've pegged my college adviser as a ISTP...now i just need to think of a way to get her to know there are like minded ppl out there..but she avoids others....as a ISTP myself I'm still a little stumped...hrm...is there anyway for us besides these forums to really "open up"
 

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Welp, being the social ninja that some istps are at times..I think I've pegged my college adviser as a ISTP...now i just need to think of a way to get her to know there are like minded ppl out there..but she avoids others....as a ISTP myself I'm still a little stumped...hrm...is there anyway for us besides these forums to really "open up"
Alcohol, the social lubricant!
 

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A thrustworthy, relaxing, comfortable and friendly environment. It should come naturally, with time indeed..

Manipulation might also do the trick, but even with good intentions, I don't advise it.
 

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Sorry Karot, I just had to point out your hilarious typo. I think you've invented a very useful new word.

P.S. what is this thread about?
Mainly how an ISTP can "open up" a ISTP ....i know i know it sounds odd...just wondering if its even possible because we are guarded from the get go...2 guarded ppl dont really mix well..
 

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I think my brother might be ISTP as well as myself. The way we 'open up' is by working on stuff together. Like his car or motorbike. But it's more of a grunting affair, as opposed to an opening of the emotional floodgates, if you catch my drift...

-Pete
 
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