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    not sure if these people were INTps. But sometimes it seems as if the INTp creates an effect on me as how ISTps are supposed to as my benefactor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms. Kensington
    not sure if these people were INTps. But sometimes it seems as if the INTp creates an effect on me as how ISTps are supposed to as my benefactor.
    i have felt supervisory in the "i am ready to strangle you and scold the living shit out of you" sense with some INTjs & ENTps. it's more general frustration.

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    Yeah my mother is my quasi and sometimes I've felt supervised by her. But it's probably the mother-daughter thing. She's never fully understood me and I don't understand her either. We get along up to a point but when she sees something about me or my parenting that she thinks could be improved and starts talking about it, making endless suggestions, thinking she's helping, things get tense. It's not like I don't listen to her suggestions but I almost never agree with her and/or I've already thought it out and made a different decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms. Kensington
    not sure if these people were INTps. But sometimes it seems as if the INTp creates an effect on me as how ISTps are supposed to as my benefactor.
    i have felt supervisory in the "i am ready to strangle you and scold the living shit out of you" sense with some INTjs & ENTps. it's more general frustration.
    hey man.

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    I supervise all of you!

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    not sure if these people were INTps. But sometimes it seems as if the INTp creates an effect on me as how ISTps are supposed to as my benefactor.
    i have felt supervisory in the "i am ready to strangle you and scold the living shit out of you" sense with some INTjs & ENTps. it's more general frustration.
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    not you, silly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms. Kensington
    not sure if these people were INTps. But sometimes it seems as if the INTp creates an effect on me as how ISTps are supposed to as my benefactor.
    i have felt supervisory in the "i am ready to strangle you and scold the living shit out of you" sense with some INTjs & ENTps. it's more general frustration.
    hey man.
    not you, silly.
    i know...i just felt like sayin hey man. lol

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    yeah definitely ..
    But I notice it depends alot on the particular INTj, whether or not they are maladapted or balanced in their personality.
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    Well my quasi-identical is ENTj and that just happens to be my mom's type.. so yes. I get a lot of supervision, haha. I appreciate it though, as she is looking out for me. She gives great feedback on crucial situations, providing outstanding foresight. Based on this information, if you have a good relationship with your quasi-identical, then their type's supervision may prove very helpful to your own type's needs. Of course, it can go both ways, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms. Kensington
    not sure if these people were INTps. But sometimes it seems as if the INTp creates an effect on me as how ISTps are supposed to as my benefactor.
    Arent you supposed to be benefactor to ISTps?

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    I trust/seek her judgment as right on just about anything:

    * How to respond in business/formal situations
    * Application of my major (for interviews)
    * Dating
    * Homework
    * Support (she is great at this... she doesn't force her way either)
    * Feedback (but only on major decisions)
    * Evaluating friends
    * Healthy food choices... etc.

    Then again, her leadership is in large part due to her being an ENTj.
    I don't think I would value the advice of a quasi-identical my age quite as much. Although I'm very open to those which I perceive as competent and intelligent regardless of age.

    On the flip side, as my mom's quasi-identical I often supervise her as well (although she is my mom, respectively). I told her to dump an engineer that got her CD's as a gift (player). She did, and she recently received real jewelry from someone she is currently seeing. I'm good at seeing a person's potential (good or bad) and I let her in on most of my Ne/Ti perceptions. I help her see some more possibilities.
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    hmm as an isfP and my mom being my quai-identical isfJ, i get so much supervision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamangir
    hmm as an isfP and my mom being my quai-identical isfJ, i get so much supervision.
    Hey, my mom's my quasi also. I'm INFp and she's INFj.
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    some ENFps ASSUME that I have strong Si, si it's bad to let them down and see the disappointed look on their face. That feels pretty much like supervision.
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