Now for T stuff, ENTP for 1 to 1 and ENTJ for 1 to all.
A lot of people think I give good advice and keep coming back for more despite the fact that I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing...
(I vote for xxTx types who can look at the situation objectively and give non-emotionally-influenced answers.)
Agree with the most part, however you may have mistyped Fi or INFJ, since both are quite exclusive - 50 cents for you :BYeah see, I don't think good advice has to necessarily come from people that have "good" relationships. I do think it helps if, at SOME point they had a good one or ones.
The best advice I've got has been from ENTPs. Being one, that may make me bias. But they have a more no bullshit, tell you what's really going on, whether you wanna hear it or not, or whether the diagnosis is looking good or bad.
The empathy skills of a developed ENTP come out, and as well, the Fe. Same time, the "bigger picture" thinking excels here.
With Fi, I've recieved some good advice for sure, INFJs for example. But often, they seem to be less ruthless if the situation calls for ruthlessness.
Honestly, the safest option is to RUN! But if you like challenges and want to use your mental energy to figure him out and convince him (Fi will probably not work) go ahead, it might be intense
He sounds like an unhealthy ENTP really. I don't know his circumstances but if he didn't settle yet, then you might run out of steam before you would (hypothetically) succeed.
Agree with the most part, however you may have mistyped Fi or INFJ, since both are quite exclusive - 50 cents for you :B
Here is an example of one of my very vile egocentric attempts to give someone a relationship advice. The best part is that I am quoting myself lol. (taken from this thread : http://personalitycafe.com/intro/540130-my-entp-boyfriend-me-istj.html
"cut the bullshit advice." Which one? (INFJ & Fi?)