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Romantic Love and Happiness!
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, join us for a mind-boggling, blockbusting discussion on the inexorable link between Romantic Love and Happiness! We'll delve into the roots of, and preconditions for, romantic love to survive and thrive; as well as discussing the dynamics between the masculine and feminine; and how this is all related to Happiness! As usual, we'll be talking about things you won't hear anywhere else, especially on this particular topic. This is one meetup you won't ever forget! NOTE: For the purposes of this Meetup, "romantic love" is intended to entail mutual affinity for another, as well as actions and deep feelings towards another that involve respect and admiration, in conjunction with physical attraction. It will not be (for the purposes of this Meetup) interpreted as fantasy-driven "infatuation"; nor as the immature, emotional bonding formed as as result of complementary psychological weaknesses and mutual enabling in so-called "co-dependency" relationships. Please note that this event is at restaurant/coffee house, and some members will be ordering food (optional), so the actual Meetup discussion may not begin until as late as (and typically no later than) 5:30pm. Once our Meetup officially begins, the typical event runs about 2 hours, but may go slightly longer if the participants/topic demand it.

Loving Hut

3239 E Indian School Rd · Phoenix

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    The Phoenix INFP Meetup Group is open to anyone interested in Happiness and spiritual well-being. Though this group will often focus on issues related to Myers-Briggs' personality profiles in the context of Happiness. Take a simple personality test at: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp

    INFPs, or idealistic philosophers, are naturally quiet, creative, sensitive, and perceptive souls who often strike others as shy, reserved, and cool. They have a rare capacity for deep caring and commitment, both to the people and causes they idealize; and they experience this intense caring most often in their relationships with others, but they may also experience it around ideas, projects, or any involvement they view as important. INFPs need to have a crusade or mission in life.

    They guide their behavior by a strong inner sense of values, rather than by conventional logic and tradition. Forced to cope with the facts-and-figures of the so-called "real" world they inhabit, INFPs may feel as if they're imported from another galaxy!

    To learn more about the INFP personality type click the "About Us" link to the left.

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