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    Default Fulfilling your suggestive function

    I know for a fact that there are a good amount of people here who have relations with their duals, so let's see how this goes.

    What does it feel like to receive "help" for your suggestive (5th) function? Please do share some experiences (assuming that they're not too personal), and try to connect it to that particular function (IE , , etc.)


    Here's mine:

    My suggestive function is . At camp a few years ago, I met my ESFp friend's brother, who happened to be INFp. We had the whole thing where you don't really notice your dual at first, but when you do, it's all good.

    Fast forward a bit. We ended up talking a lot, and becoming great friends. We were on the ropes course, and whenever we did climbs together, it was always an interaction with and . Like for example, he'd always warn me about possible difficulties ahead, and then I'd use that to take the proper action, and help us get to the top. It worked really well, and we made a great team.

    Not only this, but we always talked about time-related things (under a wide range of topics), which helped me develop my a bit. Needless to say, it was the best summer of my life, possibly thanks to him!

    Continue! Hehe, I'm all happy just thinking about him.
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    Kraus, how is it with romantical relations with an INFp?

    I'm sorry but I cant add anything to the thread since I know no INFp, atleast not what I know of.
    is like a wet kiss on the cheek and a warm hug by a cute smiling girl.
    is the confetti shots on your birthday party with all your friends.
    is a way to completely rip apart the face of god and stare directly at the naked universe.
    is like over here and then over there and they are all connected and I am on amphetamine.

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    Yeah, interaction revolves around the leading functions of each partner, with "forays" into the 2nd function.

    For me and, I believe, for others, the suggestive function is closely related to laughter. When others start sending signals that hit your suggestive function, you get all jolly and want to laugh.

    - take on a really relaxed pose and look like they're just chilling in their inner pleasure juices. It totally makes me laugh. I've noticed that my duals start laughing when I display certain behavior, but I don't know exactly what it is I do.

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    Wow Rick, it's the exact same way for me. I get all giddy when people use .
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    Cool . We're onto something.

    I speculate that 5th function signals/states are somehow related to the release of dopamine or one of those good brain chemicals. At the very least, they cause mental relaxation, which causes laughter (I guess??).

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    When my husband takes care of things for me, it feels like that's his expression of love - like he wants to take care of those things for me because he loves me. It makes me all mushy inside
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    Edited for gayness.
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    Good job, Transigent!

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    Kraus, I just want to say that this is a great thread. I can't add much to it without crossing the "too personal" line you mentioned, but I'll say that being with someone who can help with your 5th function makes life a bizillion times less stressful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    Good job, Transigent!
    WoW. I'm like done searching. That was awesome Transigent.

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    Yeah, time to package that knowledge somehow .

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    IEI subtype

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