How Your Dominant Cognitive Function Influences Your Relationship — Type Pairings (Pt 2)


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How Your Dominant Cognitive Function Influences Your Relationship — Type Pairings (Pt 2)

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I discuss INTJ’s Dominant Cognitive Function: Introverted intuition. How does it work. How does it connect up with Extroverted Thinking.

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  1. We are hosting a new, one-time virtual event called “Romance and Relationships 256.” It’s a type-by-type comparison of how your personality type pairs with all 16 types in romantic relationships. That’s a deep dive into 256 relationship pairings.

    Make sure you sign up because we’re only offering this event once: https://personalityhacker.com/typepairings

  2. Hi Joel and Antonia. Thank you for doing this video series. I'm an INFP, and I'm glad you addressed the perceiver/judger relationship dynamic.

  3. As an INTP it is really frustrating (exhausting?) when the same person repeatedly comes to me to ask me what choice they should make. On the other hand I will spend man hours or man days or even man weeks or man years researching something before I make a decision. Man years – my decision about god. Man weeks – my decision about which specific items of clothing and equipment I will purchase for my first major bike-packing tour next year. Man hours – my decision about almost any one off non-consumable purchase I make (not that I purchase many items at all). I dislike the preparation for Christmas … because it takes me man days to decide what presents to buy.

    Although I am withdrawn/detached and therefore 'observant' and a natural researcher as any INTP would admit, my strength is of course my analytical (i.e. decision making) skills and my enjoyment of 'observing' probably comes out of the fact that it is far more mentally restful to observe than judge. I assume all suffering arises from the judging functions and all 'happiness' (whatever that means) and joy comes from the perceiving functions. I'd therefore predict that people who lead with a perceiving function are on the whole more 'happy' or joyful than people who lead with a judging function.

    'Appreciation' – something an INTP rarely does! It is what it is. However, I have observed by direct experience that as soon as I force myself (remember to) 'appreciate' I come into the present moment and experience what I am perceiving. A sunny and warm spring day? I experience it as soon as I 'appreciate' it, or rather the experience becomes far more intense and enjoyable as soon as I 'appreciate' it. A simple 'thank you god' or 'thank you universe' intensifies any experience for me.

  4. I definitely find myself needing to be patient with my ENFP partner who needs time make big decisions. I take a little time but once I'm decided I'm ready to go go go with executing (INTP). We have ambitions to work together on projects as we compliment each other quite well. I love that we share the same kind of intuition and she's incredibly passionate, intelligent and so much fun. Typology has definitely helped me realize, factually, that she needs more time and I can override my desire to say "This is what we've gotta do" and give her time to work it out for herself. We respect each other's individualism, which is something amazing that I've never had before. My past relationships were with J-types, who also had complimentary benefits that they brought to the relationship but eventually manifested in some form of controlling behavior and they didn't respect my need for autonomy. My ENFP does and I finally feel like both the relationship and myself, individually, are starting to soar.

  5. I'm an INTP and if I remember correctly my fiance is an ENFJ… Lol. We do hit rough patches and are sometimes unable to see things the same way, but we find we can cover each other's blind spots in other times as well.

  6. Anyone else strongly drawn to the esoteric? I'm into all sorts of odd things, and it's likely the result of Ni. Taboo topics, ridiculed topics, weird fascinations, and beliefs that many would describe as highly politically incorrect (at least according to current western culture). No, nothing perverted, and nothing abstract or nebulous. Just a scattered collection of interests based on facts and rational investigation of topics ranging from fairly uncommon to downright unheard of. Of course there's some mainstream hobbies too.

  7. As an intj myself, I was wondering if there existed a statistically significant difference in the MBTI distributions when different generations are accounted for. As an example, are there more or less INTJ's (percentage wise) found when boomers are compared with Gen X cohorts and against other generations as well Thought this might be an interesting video topic for you. Great work!

  8. good morning sir … wonderful subject about what we as INTJs and many other people consider it as a holly gift … the introverted intuition is our arm .. our eye into the future .. and it is so rare that only 3% of population have it as a primary function … and unlike our emotional cousin the INFJ we use it in the best possible way because we support it with the extroverted thinking … making it more rational and useful … sometimes i forget to sleepiness for days because of thinking .. my father always telling me that am over planning and thinking about the future and i always respond that am safe now because i will planned yesterday … the future sir … where we are always stoke in … haha

  9. Sometimes ideas come to me and I have no idea how. Some are silly, some are brilliant! I have my best ideas come to me while I'm taking my morning shower…LOL. Its like I'm taking in knowledge from the day before and sleeping on it. Then during the waking up stage and then taking a shower, I am able to put together the big picture and either solve a problem at work. Having a answer to a complexing problem that is happening in my life. Or even better come up with a brand new idea that will make me lots of money…LOL

    Your video helps me understand that process. It makes sense to me now and how the extroverted thinking processes works. Thank you for that!

  10. Always have compared it to a voracious black hole . Taking in information, compressing it and then spitting out ideas. Its an incredible gift, even if it leads to many a sleepless night or a social event missed.

  11. Magnificently put! I find that nothing is more annoying than solving the riddle and being left with no immediate new challenge to keep my brain rummaging over. When there is no quest to delve into, there is boredom. That is unhealthy for us. We just need to find a way to keep our restless mind at work at all times. For me sometimes even during sleep. XD

    I am happiest when I can thoroughly and mercilessly analyze something to death. (not literally of course) When the quest is done, there is an almost feeling of defeat. The journey seems to matter so much more than then the finish. But if you get to to the finish eventually, does that not defeat the point? :p