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    Do you think supervisor relations are more prone to unrequited love?
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    no.

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    DJ she's not into you, give it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Do you think supervisor relations are more prone to unrequited love?
    More prone than what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Director Abbie View Post
    More prone than what?
    non-supervisor relations
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    No (from experience)

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    I think they are prone to REQUITED love, then fights then breakup/divorce.
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    Supervision relations are interesting. The interaction usually ends up with the supervisee feeling as if he can't be himself to a large degree and thus becomes dependent on support from the supervisor. No matter how much the supervisor tries to make the supervisee become more independent, he keeps coming back for more. Eventually, prolonged relations result in psychological destruction, because the supervisor just wants the recipient to go away. And the supervisee won't because he can't: the vital functions and survival methods that he would have used for continuing existence on his own have been destroyed.

    In essence, supervision is like a drug that causes extreme physical dependence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldanen View Post
    Supervision relations are interesting. The interaction usually ends up with the supervisee feeling as if he can't be himself to a large degree and thus becomes dependent on support from the supervisor. No matter how much the supervisor tries to make the supervisee become more independent, he keeps coming back for more. Eventually, prolonged relations result in psychological destruction, because the supervisor just wants the recipient to go away. And the supervisee won't because he can't: the vital functions and survival methods that he would have used for continuing existence on his own have been destroyed.

    In essence, supervision is like a drug that causes extreme physical dependence.
    That's been my experience. I can't tell if its unhealthy behavior or supervision though.

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    duals may be more more prone to unrequited love because of the [ possibly ] higher statistical odds of one falling for the other. imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by xerx View Post
    duals may be more more prone to unrequited love because of the [ possibly ] higher statistical odds of one falling for the other. imo
    Introvert falls for extrovert? And extrovert is like "nah."?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldanen View Post
    Introvert falls for extrovert? And extrovert is like "nah."?
    Introverted* men getting friend zoned over a perceived lack of agency is one way. Women find it unattractive, hence the whole "nice guy" phenomenon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldanen View Post
    Supervision relations are interesting. The interaction usually ends up with the supervisee feeling as if he can't be himself to a large degree and thus becomes dependent on support from the supervisor. No matter how much the supervisor tries to make the supervisee become more independent, he keeps coming back for more. Eventually, prolonged relations result in psychological destruction, because the supervisor just wants the recipient to go away. And the supervisee won't because he can't: the vital functions and survival methods that he would have used for continuing existence on his own have been destroyed.

    In essence, supervision is like a drug that causes extreme physical dependence.
    This scenario sounds more like Benefit "unequal relations".
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshSun View Post
    This scenario sound more like Benefit "unequal relations".
    I've noticed it to happen when one is the recipient in an asymmetric relation. Because of superid functions, your supervisor is partly your benefactor underneath, and your benefactor your supervisor. Does that make sense?

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    the benefactor expects something that you cannot by any means give him (cause it's your polr) while he provides you with info from his ego functions. The supervisor doesn't expect anything in return as dual-seeking function. The presence of dual-seeking info is Benefit relations makes it all more devious.

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