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Old 29/06/2010, 01:56 PM
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I spent yesterday with my dual. We were out socialising.

I notice my dual talks to a lot of people, often quite randomly. I can do this as well but imo she does it a lot more than me and for a longer duration.

This results in her doing most of the talking with different people and I occasionally contribute with something.

It was a nice feeling as I felt involved and I also felt that when I said something it was listened to and was a useful thing. I think my dual was OK with my more quietness and seemed to appreciate my being there and letting her talk and contributing occasionally when I felt like I had something to say.

I was thinking that maybe this is a case of the extraverted dual taking care of that side of things, and naturally supporting me. Maybe I was supporting her by being more calm and measured.

Maybe this is just a thing and not type related, but it felt that way (that it could be related). What do you think and can you maybe mention your own experiences (or even just one or two) with this, whether you are extraverted or introverted.

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Old 02/07/2010, 07:31 PM
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I spent yesterday with my dual. We were out socialising.

I notice my dual talks to a lot of people, often quite randomly. I can do this as well but imo she does it a lot more than me and for a longer duration.

This results in her doing most of the talking with different people and I occasionally contribute with something.

It was a nice feeling as I felt involved and I also felt that when I said something it was listened to and was a useful thing. I think my dual was OK with my more quietness and seemed to appreciate my being there and letting her talk and contributing occasionally when I felt like I had something to say.

I was thinking that maybe this is a case of the extraverted dual taking care of that side of things, and naturally supporting me. Maybe I was supporting her by being more calm and measured.

Maybe this is just a thing and not type related, but it felt that way (that it could be related). What do you think and can you maybe mention your own experiences (or even just one or two) with this, whether you are extraverted or introverted.

Sounds like a good day for an ISTp.
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Old 06/07/2010, 07:46 AM
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Okay, ignoring the fact that I'm still not exactly sure *what* my type, I'm going to respond to this:

So I believe I'm the extroverted one in the dual relationship. Anyway, so I was at a friend's going away party a few nights ago where this dude (my crush) was bartending and we got to know each other a little better (finally!!! ha ha). So it was late and my friend was like "nobody's driving tonight 'cause we all drank, blah blah blah" so me and my crush cuddled on her couch together (heaven!). In the morning everyone was sharing funny stories of what we all did while we were drunk and my crush was being all quiet and shy like he normally is, so I asked him to tell a story that he had told me during the night. Everyone got quiet and he finally spoke and told the story. After that we all got kind of loud and laughed and told some more stories.

There's a whole lot more I could write, but I'm working on being more concise in general in my life.
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