Think: new activities (a mix of hands-on and relaxed), topics of conversation (the more crazy, big, and random, the better), or creative ways to express your affection. At the end of the day, we’ll take the naked truth over the best-dressed lie.
Lying will get you on our (very, very short) bad list. Truth is high — if not at the top — on our values list.
Although it may seem like it, we don’t mean this as a douchebag move.
We’re definitely not playing you, or avoiding intimacy altogether.
Everyone needs some degree of predictability in their lives, and INTPs are no exception.
It’s also important to shake things up from time to time, to keep our crazy rich imagination fuelled and running.
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If you view it as a friendship and let the process unfold organically, it’ll be more deeply rooted in the right reasons and have a far greater chance of surviving the test of time. Show your trustworthiness and integrity, and we’ll reciprocate.
Reassure us that our words won’t be taken too personally and open discussion is always welcome.
This will ease our anxieties and help us eventually open up.
Constantly asking how we are or what we’re doing will freak us out.
Bombarding us with texts and being clingy will scare us.