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I think adults (I'm not one. I'm only twenty. Damn you, age of consent) tend to be fairly predictable, but more and more I realize they tend to be right. Her reasoning went something along the lines of: In college we're still kids in some sense, and bonds formed during this period will be much more altruistic and genuine than ones formed once we're in the "real world" because everyone starts looking out for their own interests, and of course there's day-in, day-out, leaving little energy for other things. I was like: well, that reasoning seems pretty solid just based on my own observations.
R&D is like poison. I'm tired of the whining too. I try to close my ears to it, and somehow I get sucked in anyway. -facepalm-
Relationships necessitate some sacrifices of personal desire. Too many INTJs see that as "selling out" and sneer at those who do. The real issue is being dutiful while maintaining equity and dignity, but we're prone to kneejerk: DUTY IS THE DEATH OF FREEDOM.