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    We're both 30! So, obviously we're not little kids anymore.

    Interesting thing about him, he was married and divorced young. He says he just "knows" him, and that something is "missing," even though everything else is there.

    I think he does want to settle down, he wants kids and everything. I think the main problem is he wants passion and that immediate feeling of being "in love." I was just wondering if this was typical of estps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandagirl View Post
    Now here's the confusing part. He broke up with me after a month stating: "You're amazing, smart, funny, interesting, beautiful and I'm very attracted to you, but...there is something intangible missing when I'm with you." I then learned about his past loves and they all seemed to stem from an intense passion and lust for the woman. He's been "in love" five times, but only two of those were relationships. The others were unrequited loves.

    Is this common for estps? For them to only view love in a fast and furious way? I tend to let my feelings develop, based on trust and friendship
    There's always the possibility that there was something else going on and what he said about "something intangible missing" was just plain bullshit.

    However, going for plain socionics based on the available information, one possibility is that while he's indeed ESTp, you're actually INTp rather than INFp, and the ""something intangible missing" was the Fe (extraverted feeling).

    Take the above with a pinch of salt since it's a hunch based on very little information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pandagirl View Post
    I think he does want to settle down, he wants kids and everything. I think the main problem is he wants passion and that immediate feeling of being "in love." I was just wondering if this was typical of estps.
    I wrote that post before reading this, and it's consistent with what I wrote.

    If the problem is related to his missing "passion", then it's an indication that it's about a Fe vs Fi disconnect.
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    Yes, it could very well something else. But barring another woman in the picture, I believe he was telling the truth about the "passion" thing. I didn't feel it either, but I was OK with that.

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    Duality is not as exciting as some other intertype relations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pandagirl View Post
    Hey guys, first time poster here. I was hoping if you could provide any insight to me on my confusing break up.

    I was dating a guy for a month. He is definitely an estp: charming, hilarious, hyper social, whipsmart, thrill seeking. We met on a dating site; don't think i would ever meet a guy like him in a regular social setting!

    I was amazed at how comfortable we were together. It's like we had known each other for years. Close friends know I'm sarcastic, funny and smart, but it usually takes awhile for that side to come out. This guy brought it out of me immediately. Plus, there was amazing sexual chemistry, we couldn't stop touching each other, kissing, etc. He said to me that he was able to open up to me more than most girls. I forced him in my own way to be honest with me. He said, "OK. I dont do that with girls...but for you, I will."

    Now here's the confusing part. He broke up with me after a month stating: "You're amazing, smart, funny, interesting, beautiful and I'm very attracted to you, but...there is something intangible missing when I'm with you." I then learned about his past loves and they all seemed to stem from an intense passion and lust for the woman. He's been "in love" five times, but only two of those were relationships. The others were unrequited loves.

    Is this common for estps? For them to only view love in a fast and furious way? I tend to let my feelings develop, based on trust and friendship.

    Sigh. Is there anyway to change his mind? I feel like he gave up on something that could've been great.
    Could you really envision yourself with an ESTP long-term, though?

    I don't know... I dated an ESTP once and while it was fun (charming, hilarious, hyper social, whipsmart, thrill seeking, etc.) I couldn't see him a.) sticking with one person for too long and b.) us being on the same page for very long.
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    Now that I've thought about it: no, I can't really envision myself with an ESTP long-term at all. He is definitely the type of person who is like: "onto the next girl!" He is really resolute and resilient and 100% sure that what he think is right. And not exactly the sensitive type of guy who could/would fulfill my emotional needs. In fact, he said a lot of unintentionally rude things to me that hurt my feelings.

    But, oh...he is so seductive and charming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandagirl
    He is definitely the type of person who is like: "onto the next girl!"

    ...

    In fact, he said a lot of unintentionally rude things to me that hurt my feelings.
    I know this is only one ESTp... but honestly I want nothing to do with the "onto the next short-term relationship!" people... and I don't know how well I'd be able to put up with someone accidentally hurting my feelings consistently either... hmm, well I don't think I would be able to put up with it.

    though IEI might have more of an outward reaction when their feelings are hurt than ILI, and maybe that would have an effect... or alter the dynamic...

    But the way that ESTp is (Fi PoLR) it seems that it would sort of be in its nature to be insensitive to how others feel.

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    He's the type of person to date a lot of people, and not stick with one, because he knows EXACTLY what he wants/is looking for. So, if a girl doesn't fit into this ideal, in his mind it's over.

    That being said, he is a good guy, just brutally honest. He told me his past girlfriends have claimed he is "emotionally distant" and it's because "most of the time, I'm thinking something they don't want to hear." ha!

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    I can understand that more. It sucks though.

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    It does suck. But you know, I think we will be friends. He's an exciting guy to have around who brings me out of my shell and I ground him a bit.

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    I know of two ESTps who did settle down - very cool and hilarious dads. Home is not a relaxing safehaven for them. Home is a place where they can make taunting jokes without worrying about how people percieve them.

    Well there's the INTp theory. But also, the problem could be subtype difference. If you are clearly one subtype - and you seem subtype of either INTp or INFp - and if he was subtype, he might have just needed a bit more .
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    Quote Originally Posted by esper View Post
    That is actually how my ESTp was until he found me. ^_^

    It's wierd...I've always had this total confidence that I could "equal" that personality. Something...deep inside.
    Yup! I feel the same way. I can match his witty remarks, with equal wit and keep up with his conversations in every way. He brings out that side of me. In fact, he just just called me and we had a great conversation.

    I think maybe we were meant to be friends and not lovers. In a way, I think I'm too easy for him -- too comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy View Post
    Duality is not as exciting as some other intertype relations.
    thats what i was going to say.

    i feel the most passionate when there is some tension, but some complimentary exchange as well. I don't have to do anything but be in the same room as an INFp (not my dual) to feel physically attracted.

    Panda, you'll see if he still thinks theres something missing after some time with you. I particularly find this occuring in ExTp and sometimes ExFp. Also, 30 is not past the age where one acquires maturity in many cases.

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    Well, interestingly enough, he isn't friends with any of his exes. I seem to be the lone girl who has somehow managed to earn his respect, citing I am the "coolest girl he's er me." He manages to bring out the most outgoing aspects of my personality and I love hanging out with him, because he is so good in social situations which takes the attention away from me (which I like). I am very good one-on-one, but not in a group.

    I know he likes me. He's told me that over and over again. He is physically attracted to me, blah blah. Just not falling in love with me. We'll see what happens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandagirl View Post
    Well, interestingly enough, he isn't friends with any of his exes. I seem to be the lone girl who has somehow managed to earn his respect, citing I am the "coolest girl he's er me." He manages to bring out the most outgoing aspects of my personality and I love hanging out with him, because he is so good in social situations which takes the attention away from me (which I like). I am very good one-on-one, but not in a group.

    I know he likes me. He's told me that over and over again. He is physically attracted to me, blah blah. Just not falling in love with me. We'll see what happens!
    Well my advice is to play it cool. I mean, just go about your life, be yourself and don't fawn over him at all. Enjoy the time that you're together but don't cut out other options either, should they come along Sounds to me like there's still potential there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ephemeros View Post
    exactly, i noticed that, too. usually the duality relationships start without thrills. probably this guy was after something extraordinary and it sounds normal to me. but i believe he'll know what to choose when he will want to settle down.
    This sounds about right. No thrills, but plenty of happy, warm fuzzies.

    He's seems very eager to start a friendship with me, called me yesterday and wants to hang out. Me? I'm playing it cool. I feel like he's almost trying to create drama.

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    Look. Stop this socionics analyzing bull.

    He's just a player.

    Give him the player test. Put up the bitch shield. If he passes through all that, well, then perhaps he really wants you. Then if you wish, have fun with him. If not, wait till you're married.

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    Quote Originally Posted by istpunk View Post
    Watch out for that, despite duality the ESTP is one of those personalities I would least likely to trust completely with. Just like how I see the rest of the Extroverts, except for ENFP because if the ENFP betrays me, I will mess up their world and they will fear me even more than the most powerful extroverts like ENTJ or ENFJ.
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    Update: well. I'm not proud, but I saw the guy the other night in a group setting. I played it cool all night, not paying much attention to him, and of course, by the end of the night...he kissed me...and I gave in. CRAP. There is such a push-and-pull between us. A natural attraction to each other, even though we're so different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandagirl View Post
    Update: well. I'm not proud, but I saw the guy the other night in a group setting. I played it cool all night, not paying much attention to him, and of course, by the end of the night...he kissed me...and I gave in. CRAP. There is such a push-and-pull between us. A natural attraction to each other, even though we're so different.
    Sounds to me like maybe he was attracted to the "hard to get" act. I've known guys like this that just like what they can't have, but when it comes down to it they don't like you for who you really are. They just like the cat and mouse game. I'm not saying with certainty that this is what's happening here. Just be careful. You deserve someone to like "you".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTP View Post
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    That he's super intelligent, he calls me out on my bs, it seems he has my best interests at heart even when I dont....I dunno, he's just everything I thought I never wanted, but really it's all i've ever wanted.

    We have awsome conversations about anything and anything, never ending. He calms me down, my crazy ways have gotten toned down a lot since meeting him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mercutio View Post
    my condolences. what is your heart doing getting involved in a black hole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by intjguy View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTP View Post
    LOL why not marry him this year?

    And, im about 90% sure he's intj...in MBTI i'm pretty positive he's INTP...
    Maybe you're attracted to him because he is socionics INTp.
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    I'd be willing to bet he's really just an INFp with a high Ti focus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post
    I'd be willing to bet he's really just an INFp with a high Ti focus.
    You know...I think that's a possibility. Fuck my life.

    edit: can you enlighten me a little about this scenario? I think he's too F sometimes to be INTp or INTj even........blah HELP
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTP View Post
    You know...I think that's a possibility. Fuck my life.

    edit: can you enlighten me a little about this scenario? I think he's too F sometimes to be INTp or INTj even........blah HELP
    If he's an INFp, and you're an ESTp, then what you have here is a dual relationship. "Fuck my life" does not apply.



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    "F" does not exist

    Strrrng's probably correct and that was went through my head as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brilliand View Post
    If he's an INFp, and you're an ESTp, then what you have here is a dual relationship. "Fuck my life" does not apply.
    If that is ture...that'd be great. However, I have this inner turmoil about the situation.

    Is it werid, that I feel like he has more control over me than anyone....without even trying?? He just lets me be me...but it seems like he has this power over me. Blah.

    Fuck my life..yes, because I hate this situation. I dont know what to do with myself when I'm not with him...only when I'm with him, does everything seem A-OK.
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    If the situation is moderately okay to good, definitely carry on with it! Don't rely on your socionics typing ability! Just remember that you know that people act differently and may not always act how you want them to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTP View Post
    You know...I think that's a possibility. Fuck my life.

    edit: can you enlighten me a little about this scenario? I think he's too F sometimes to be INTp or INTj even........blah HELP
    Whatever type he ends up as, does it really matter in terms of your eventual interaction with him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subterranean View Post
    If the situation is moderately okay to good, definitely carry on with it! Don't rely on your socionics typing ability! Just remember that you know that people act differently and may not always act how you want them to.
    The situation is good and then some. So I guess, I shall carry on with it.

    Basically, he got outta relationship a few months ago + and about a month and a half ago said he didn't want to get into a relationship (we got super super close super fast) and basically since then...it's seemed like one. It has ALL the makings of one, without the title. I understand so therefore I don't presume or pressure him. But, the more time goes on, the more he behaves like a bf. Werid, but I totally heart him. Haven't told him, nor will I tell him for a long time to come. I just almost want to be like "WTF is going on" but I don't have the balls to, nor do I almost feel the need for it. Advice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckland View Post
    Whatever type he ends up as, does it really matter in terms of your eventual interaction with him?
    Hah, not really to be honest.

    Its still interesting to dabble in this stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTP View Post
    If that is ture...that'd be great. However, I have this inner turmoil about the situation.

    Is it werid, that I feel like he has more control over me than anyone....without even trying?? He just lets me be me...but it seems like he has this power over me. Blah.

    Fuck my life..yes, because I hate this situation. I dont know what to do with myself when I'm not with him...only when I'm with him, does everything seem A-OK.
    That does remind me of things I've read about dual relationships... you connect with each others' subconsciouses, and you become dependent on each other.

    http://www.socionika.com/experiencin...relations.html

    Judging from that, any sort of romance that starts as "let's have a romance" is messed up... it should drive itself, as yours seems to be doing. Just don't stop it or wander away.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
    This part doesn't really sound like supervision, assuming your relationship in its current form has reached the stage where you act normally around each other.

    An LII would probably make you more likely to act hotheaded, because you'd disagree with his non-concrete, sometimes purely axiomatic (no ) logic. Unless it was something obvious and mundane, but that doesn't sound like the kind of relationship you have.
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    I wonder if its possible to change the title of this thread to "I heart an INFp" and move it to Beta??

    Because quite frankly...I think I might have fooled myself with MBTI and trying to transfer over to socionics...Not only that, after reading more and based on our interaction and whatnot...I believe he is INFp.

    WHAAA I believe this is my first encounter ever (that im aware of) with a dual.
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    Hello ESTP.
    I'm an isfp and a while ago I have also encountered my dual for the first time.
    I am still not a 100 % sure he is an entp , YET I feel the exact same way as you described and that is frankly seen as dual relationships.
    Mrrrrrrrrr it confuses me toooo!
    But I am going with Brilliand's advice.
    I could try and go on about how the situation makes me feel but all you're gonna get is "blablibla maybe?not sure lalala *wonders* *contemplates* *sighs* *gets annoyed*" so I'm not gonna do it.

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