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    can a relationship between the two be fulfilling?

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    While a relationship might be presumed to be, as a rule, fulfilling, there is the likelihood that b relationship is the interpretation of something substantially different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    The exact nature of the intimate relationship the ENTj has with the INFp has been left rather ambiguous. Many socionists like to believe that some degree of love and mutual attraction is involved, however, these ideas are often based on non-classical interpretations. The classical view describes the ENTj as being "mysteriously drawn to the INFp", which has led some socionists to come to the conclusion that this leads to non-consensual sex, i.e. rape, or at "best", a one-night stand.
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    Some INFp girls are hot, smart, funny, interesting, a little bit hard to get. Who wouldn't be attracted to that?
    IME it doesn't work out in the end though, because I get frustrated by the lack of predictability (which is in many ways a good thing, but my neural network doesn't deal well with it).
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