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2 thoughts on “Understanding your INTJ Friend”
*How to Inspire/Encourage/Motivate/Cause/Interest/Stimulate an INTJ to Potentially Like You…
(In my experience with my INTJ husband, and other’s I’ve read about, there is no “making” an INTJ do anything, unless they actually want to, have a good logical reason to, or it was their idea in the first place. Especially when it comes to how they feel about individual people. It is impossible to “make” an INTJ like anyone.) ;)
True. I suppose I could have phrased that better. The point was to increase your odds of being liked by an INTJ
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