S14E3 – The Third Golden Pair – ENTJ & INTP

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Harrison
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x5tr3m3
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Sooo….where can I find these ENTJ females if they are so rare? 🙂

Melanie
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Physically active and civically active volunteering endeavors, male dominated career fields, and often where men follow their intellectual interests or go to wind down (not because we’re there for the men, but because we have similar interests and don’t understand why more women aren’t engaged in such).

Melanie
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I was thinking more about this last night and today, trying to figure out patterns based on my other ENTJ women acquaintances. I don’t think there are specific places per se. It’s more that we’re the jacks-of-all-trades and masters-at-none sorts of types, so we’re prone to seek interest-based social groups and activities over the generic. We get excited about vastly different things and aren’t afraid to do something or try something by ourselves. I feel competent in many things, but not great at anything. I’m not afraid of falling on my face when I try something and I get back… Read more »

Joe
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Great video. I’m sold. INTP here. Incredible! She does exist. Now… how am I going to find this unicorn? (Just thinking out loud) 🙂

Melanie
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Melanie

We’re looking for you, too. Le sigh.

Melanie
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Melanie

Joe, I’m super curious–what did you find so incredible specifically?

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I keep attracting males who are ENFPs, INTJs, ESFPs, and ESTJs. ENFPs drive me nuts for their ENFP common traits (many of my male friends are ENFPs). I think of them like golden retrievers–bouncy, sunny, happy, aiming to love everyone to be appreciated. No thank you. I’ve also noticed a propensity for illogical arguments because they believe what they consider their intuition that to them “proves” something that they “can’t” explain, and the use of ad hominems and strawman fallacies. It’s maddening. They’re empathetic when it comes to their own worldview, but outside of that they often lack empathy. Yet,… Read more »

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Yea the romantic spark is so important. I try to explain it to other people and they just say like “oh you need to give it more time.” It’s like uhh no. If there’s no spark after a couple dates, not gonna happen.

-INTP

Melanie
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Hi, INTP Frank. Thanks for your post. Dating is sort of problematic in itself though, no? —pre-defined goal (so built-in pass/fail component) —lead with physical attraction and generic lifestyle matches instead of value systems —arbitrary social expectations in how people should dress, act, what people should do, say, etc. that isn’t how they are day-to-day (see: lying/pretending) —you’re doing “special” things with someone who isn’t special to you yet (and may never be) —there’s this idea that you’re supposed to slowly open up about who you are so people assume that whatever you present is just a tip of an… Read more »

Kevin
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“and just kind of consistently are disappointments in almost everywhere of life.”
YOU CAN SAY THAT AGAIN!