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    I find that many of my relationships with INTjs are "activity-like" in that they compel me to use my extroverted second function () to the point of overdrive. This effect is intensified with corresponding subtypes. Has anyone else experienced this? I find that "relations of activity" more appropriately describes my relations with INTjs, perhaps because I'm an subtype. Thoughts?
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    Yes, depending on the subtype, they can be similar.

    For instance, in my case, my beneficiary is ESTp and activator is ESFp. I have a similar relationship to Se-ESFps as with ESTps.
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    It can become a relationship of activity given the right subtypes. For example a very Fe INFp and a very Ti INTj are basically activity partners.
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