Lovegood Rational women tend to be late bloomers on the dating scene.
They are sometimes unaware of or don't wish to follow cultural norms which dictate what is considered feminine.
For NPs, however, engaging with other NPs can be captivating, engendering a strong sense of intellectual kinship and mutual understanding.
NPs are also similar in their desire to perceive new ideas from without via their Ne.
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As she got to know him, she valued his ability to understand her thinking and bring out her sentimental side. In high school, she watched others flirt and felt a combination of envy and disgust.
In college, Pat found some dates in her upper level classes and professional organizations. They enjoy long technical and philosophical talks and cultural experiences. They broke up when he pushed for a further commitment and she realized he wasn't what she wanted long term.
This can serve as a wonderful means of connecting with each other in the forum of ideas.
Since ENTPs and INTPs share the same psychological functions, the sense of intellectual kinship can be eerily strong. At some point, however, a sense of boredom could creep into the relationship, if the other’s mentation begins to feel too predictable as a result of typological redundancy.
NPs enjoy bouncing from one idea to the next, making broad, even random, connections within a pool of disparate ideas.
Especially when engaged with other NP types, this can occur at a dizzying speed, often leaving non-NP types feeling lost, bewildered, or exhausted.
As I have described elsewhere, Si is conservative with respect to money and the material world.