Yesterday was a big day for me and my INTJ:
It was our one-year anniversary.
After thanking him profusely for his treat (i.e., a couple bottles of very expensive wine for us to enjoy) he kissed my head, squeezed my shoulder, and said:
“Well, it’s a very special day for you.”
Past-Stefania would have flipped her lid right in the parking lot. Instead, I just started laughing.
Because I know exactly what he means:
It is a special day for me. But, not so much for him. And the thing is—that’s okay. Because that’s just how he is.
(The hundreds of dollars-worth of wine isn’t too bad either.)
And knowing that difference can mean everything between having a good night out—or a terrible one in.
Or, having a successful sales conversation and getting the client(or customer)—or yet another hour wasted on the phone with a now-dead lead.
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