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posts'Dear leictreon and LupusRex, you guys ask really tough questions. 1. In life, all the good things are hard. But worthwhile. And, not so hard, if you take on some of the advice given here. Like...|||For the young people here (even those 30+), the reason for my strange reply is that I am struggling with my life now, when I am over 50+. At many levels, I can be considered successful - I have a...|||Yes, this thread is exactly what I'm talking about. Somehow, we lose track. At least I did. And I was so unhappy but consoling myself that I was doing the right things and that life is like that,...|||megmento, thank you for leading me to this thread: 30+ INFPs:Your Advice to Younger INFPs? Yes, this is exactly how I feel and what I mean. I've forgotten all this good advice growing up and just...|||I don't know what's going on between megmento and @GrandmasterYoda but hey, all good. Did we grow up wrong? As I continue to struggle with my current position and role, I realise more and more...|||And I really like the idea of using your demons to fight the dragons. Really clever.|||But you'll be there by my side, won't you, my dear Meg?|||Thank you everyone. You have really challenged and inspired me. Truly, there's no such thing as bad feedback. I think somehow, along the way, growing up became soul destroying. And we were told that...|||Maybe life is a fairy tale after all Reading the recent posts made me realize that maybe what I'm trying to say here is that life really is like the fairy tales we were told when we were children....|||It's always good to hear from you, megmento. Yes, take time to enjoy yourself. Give yourself time to grow. There's no need to force it. It shouldn't be painful in that sense. It's not all about...|||Sure. I don't mean to stop you. We all have different roles and being who you are is more valuable than being 'successful'. I think I'm just talking about people like me, who gave up on our dreams....|||I think we do. It's just that, at some point, we began to see growing up as a bad thing. The consequence of that is that we stop wanting to grow up. When I saw that what is happening to me is that I...|||Do we have a problem with growing up? The recent posts and responses to this thread made me wonder if we have a problem with the concept of growing up. As a child, I think we all saw growing up as...|||Yes, I think so. I wasn't very happy with my life for a long time. I was doing all the right adult things, being a good husband, working hard, being responsible and so on. Some time ago, I applied...|||I also felt that the words Growing Up made me feel like a child again. It made me feel that my future is full of wonderful possibilities.|||Ah, mea culpa. Yes, growing up is not a finite process but one that continues on in life. Did you ever, as a child, wanted to grow up and be a grownup? What we wanted then is what we should have...|||Yes, there's always something to learn from those who write in. I can't tell you how much being part of this has helped me in the last few weeks (has it been so short? I feel like I've grown so much).|||That's too bad, BrainontheWall. I think growing up is great. I want to be wiser, smarter and more capable than I was as a child. I think there's a quantum leap, particularly in terms of learning...|||Nooo way. If so, I never want to grow up. I think we need to not only keep the fun of being a child, but actually enjoy life even more, being able to enjoy things that were beyond us when we were...|||Whatever works for you, Arzazar. We don't subscribe to any particular path here. But thank you for the connection. Never heard of Pod'Lair until now.|||Yes. Sometimes, growing up is about knowing when grownups are not telling you the truth and not really helping you in your journey. Sadly, grownups todays are finding it harder and harder to help our...|||No apologies needed. Indeed, quite the opposite. I totally agree with you here. It's perhaps losing that cynicism of being 'grown up' that's the most important part of growing up that we still need...|||This is an interesting thought. Why does growing up mean losing the best of being a child? In some ways it may be actually about keeping our childish wonder and values. For many of us, growing up...|||Ya. I realized that as long as I thought I was 'grown up', I blamed other people, the system or the world, when things go wrong for me.|||Haha. Good one.|||Hey, hey, hey. Welcome back, Artemicion. Good to hear from you again. That's the funny bit. I thought being a leader needs a different kind of person. I thought I was alright as a person, and I...|||Yes, growing UP is often painful and hard. But there is great joy at the end of it. It sounds totally counterintuitive and even silly to lean towards that which is painful and this shouldn't be even...|||It's interesting that psychology has helped more people answer the question about the meaning of life than philosophy. In classical times, before there was psychology, philosophy played that role. I...|||This thread is the third in a series. I started off struggling with my INFP nature. I am easily hurt when interacting with people. I like to be on my own, with my own thoughts and contemplating the...|||I won't be closing down this thread, unless it too runs out of steam like the last one. I'm going to start another, though, and hope that you guys will follow me there. I'm going to call it Grow Up!...|||Thank you both, white-knuckle and MrMiyagi . Yes, it's funny how the risky and difficult things in life are what take you forward. It's unfortunate that you had to go to the edge of the abyss to...|||Great advice. It's that easy and that difficult. Brene Brown puts it very well. We need to learn how to manage pain in order to experience joy. The experience of joy itself makes us vulnerable and is...|||Yes, leictreon, it's hard to find the balance. The hardest bit is to be authentic. We need to be true to ourselves. But, as INFPs, I think we find this very difficult. As you said, we go from being...|||Yes, tryingtodobetter, this could well be a good lesson for INFPs. We need to be clearer how we set our boundaries from the start. Most people are more comfortable and will prefer us to go from...|||Thank you, tryingtodobetter, for introducing Brene Brown to me. I think I came across her name before but didn't take the time to read up her work. I just did, because of your post. I bought and am...|||Brene Brown, yes!!! AUTHENTiCiTY is a daily practice. Choosing authenticity means: cultivating the courage to be emotionally honest, to set boundaries, and to allow ourselves to be vulnerable;...|||Yup. And worth saying again. (This is in response to Coldmist, whose quote I forgot to include)|||Haha. Ah, yes. That's why we have heroes. We need to be brave, I think that's a given. The question is what kind of bravery. There's the aggressive go out and kill'em type and there's the Mother...|||Somehow, @XPyr didn't format properly. Dunno why. Same thing happened with you megmento a couple of weeks ago. I can't find his previous posts here either. That's why I thought you left us. Must be...|||Making Progress I've been thinking about this and I thought that there are a few readers of this thread who don't write in but follow my journey. Some have written to tell me that they share my...|||There's a problem there. When I move to a WE focus, I find that other people are short sighted and more bent on doing things their way than solving them. So, it's let them have their way or shove it...|||Yes. Headdesk, you hit the nail right on the head. There are many situations where being a 'leader' is not much of an issue. You just do your job and that's that. Leading becomes more of an issue...|||Ya. It's easier because you have a willing student. They want to learn and they are open to new and different ways of thinking. Leading in a corporate environment, or as a manager, is very much...|||Welcome, @XYpr. Good to hear from you. As always, a great contribution. I particularly like this passage from your link: So, it's not that we're so sensitive and that leadership is for uncaring...|||BlueChristmas06 gives such good advice that I am going to respond to them here, especially since so many of the readers seem to share my difficulties. Totally. I so need to be able to speak up...|||Dear Meg, this is so INFP. I think we deflate ourselves to the point that we effectively sabotage ourselves. I can so totally get what you are saying. It sounds very much like my own experiences as...|||Welcome, megmento. I was going through my posts last week and you were nowhere to be found. I couldn't even do a search for you. It was rather odd. Maybe a bad day for the server. Welcome back. I...|||I get that quite a lot. Most of the time, I don't mind and I get a bit nervous when the spotlight is on me. But, then, on the other hand... I find that when people are heated up, they don't listen....|||Haha. This is a very good example to discuss. While I agree with you, BlueChristmas06, I wouldn't speak out like that. If I did, I'd feel bad and worry about it all day. I'd assume that everyone has...|||Actually, as an individual, I have no problems. I know exactly what I want and I know how to go for it. The problem is when it involves other people. I tend to give in when pushed. I can take...'
0'Dear leictreon and LupusRex, you guys ask really tough questions. 1. In life, all the good things are hard. But worthwhile. And, not so hard, if you take on some of the advice given here. Like...
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3For the young people here (even those 30+), the reason for my strange reply is that I am struggling with my life now, when I am over 50+. At many levels, I can be considered successful - I have a...
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6Yes, this thread is exactly what I'm talking about. Somehow, we lose track. At least I did. And I was so unhappy but consoling myself that I was doing the right things and that life is like that,...
7I don't ignore the abstract and I'm not sure what I said that caused you assumed I would. (Also, why does abstract/rational thought have to be categorized as either feminine or masculine?) Some...
8Voice message Italian Vocaroo
9megmento, thank you for leading me to this thread: 30+ INFPs:Your Advice to Younger INFPs? Yes, this is exactly how I feel and what I mean. I've forgotten all this good advice growing up and just...
10Used Books from Thrift Books Please Understand Me: Character and Temperament...
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12I don't know what's going on between megmento and @GrandmasterYoda but hey, all good. Did we grow up wrong? As I continue to struggle with my current position and role, I realise more and more...
13Have you talked to a doctor about this?
14To borrow a Sela-ism, get out of my head. I could have written that. Even my wife, who knows me better than any other, has mostly given up on trying to figure out what I'll like. I've got a series...
15And I really like the idea of using your demons to fight the dragons. Really clever.
16ISTJ or ESFJ. TMLT run for mayor.
17HAHAHAhahahahaha that's soooo entertaining!!! I'm a people watcher, so the stuff that entertains me is seeing someone really quirky. Like one day I was walking through a reserve and this old as...
18But you'll be there by my side, won't you, my dear Meg?
19http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyU2XrDjO1M
20Why I feel I lack social skills? Well..I dont have many friends [or people I consider as friends], and most of the time, I dont feel really connected to anyone. I just dont know what to say, mostly....
21Thank you everyone. You have really challenged and inspired me. Truly, there's no such thing as bad feedback. I think somehow, along the way, growing up became soul destroying. And we were told that...
22Hmm I use to do martial arts till I got inv to international competitions.. Now I just do gym and probably some causal competition fighting in the future... I work a full time job and do dance...
23I like how you're using MBTI and Freudian theory to further explore your enneagram. Being an ISTJ, I've already noticed that my 9w1 and 6w5 seem to go pretty hand in hand with my dominant Si and Te...
24Maybe life is a fairy tale after all Reading the recent posts made me realize that maybe what I'm trying to say here is that life really is like the fairy tales we were told when we were children....
25FourFourTwo very good article me thinks.
26How do the 2 other types that aren't your core type work? I know that I'm a 9w1 6w5 sp/sx, but I'm very out of touch with my heart type. I've been researching the heart triad so much, but I can't...
27It's always good to hear from you, megmento. Yes, take time to enjoy yourself. Give yourself time to grow. There's no need to force it. It shouldn't be painful in that sense. It's not all about...
28Cracked.com There they are. I guess with internet there should have been more of these in the future.
29Voice message http://vocaroo.com/i/s15pKnS82LxP
30Sure. I don't mean to stop you. We all have different roles and being who you are is more valuable than being 'successful'. I think I'm just talking about people like me, who gave up on our dreams....
31Moral of the story: there are some creepy ass mofos on the internet.
32Type 4 Jack White, 4w3 (Would You Fight For My Love & Freedom At 21) Masochism & Manipulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQOnbp_DspY Jack White - Would You Fight For My Love? Lyrics
33I think we do. It's just that, at some point, we began to see growing up as a bad thing. The consequence of that is that we stop wanting to grow up. When I saw that what is happening to me is that I...
34I'll skip over the ones I really don't have a clue about. -Lana Del Rey ISFP, she's my fav. -Elvis Presley He strikes me as an XSTP? Don't really know. -Marilyn Monroe- I always thought ESFP,...
35Dates + TEA.
36Do we have a problem with growing up? The recent posts and responses to this thread made me wonder if we have a problem with the concept of growing up. As a child, I think we all saw growing up as...
37A little taste of where I am right now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55FMOJMhV9s A favorite of mine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qz-nhcfTfWQ I like this one a lot, very well made: ...
38:unsure:Anyone on personalitycafe. like R&B?
39Yes, I think so. I wasn't very happy with my life for a long time. I was doing all the right adult things, being a good husband, working hard, being responsible and so on. Some time ago, I applied...
40just an observation not a judgement. why suffer defensiveness?
41One, you are on an INFJ thread. We love emoticons (as for myself most of the expressions I do use in real life. My face is hilarious to watch). Embrace the faces. :crazy: And when younger I looked...
42I also felt that the words Growing Up made me feel like a child again. It made me feel that my future is full of wonderful possibilities.
43One that actually exists applies to me: Warnings: Contents may explode under pressure.
441. I love wearing soft pajamas. 2. When thinking or reflecting I have an inner monologue. (Think JD from Scrubs). 3. Right now, I am the most confident I have ever been in my life. :) 4. 10...
45Ah, mea culpa. Yes, growing up is not a finite process but one that continues on in life. Did you ever, as a child, wanted to grow up and be a grownup? What we wanted then is what we should have...
46minor majority - Supergirl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yg3FGtZrRt8
47The part where the documentary shows Foley getting thrown off the cell and has current superstars talking about where they were when they saw it gives me chills. Foley is the fucking man.
48Yes, there's always something to learn from those who write in. I can't tell you how much being part of this has helped me in the last few weeks (has it been so short? I feel like I've grown so much).
49Mike DiMartino bryan konietzko The only thing...
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51That's too bad, BrainontheWall. I think growing up is great. I want to be wiser, smarter and more capable than I was as a child. I think there's a quantum leap, particularly in terms of learning...
52Hello again, Still waiting on my psychiatric appointment. It's on the 16th, a week from Monday. The more informed I've become of the many views on autism spectrum disorders and the varieties...
53Back on topic... When approached by another while occupied: Leave me alone. (said in head) When around people that blather on: Please shut up. (said in head) Get to the point. (said in...
54Nooo way. If so, I never want to grow up. I think we need to not only keep the fun of being a child, but actually enjoy life even more, being able to enjoy things that were beyond us when we were...
55Same I never impulse buy and I like to buy random gift. I check my bank account everyday and keep a very good track of my finances. Always looking for a bargain, a refund or a discount :). Never pay...
56I started maniacally laughing one time when I was drunk off my ass. That lasted for the better part of the night. We were talking about some personal issues amongst the three of us there and then I...
57Whatever works for you, Arzazar. We don't subscribe to any particular path here. But thank you for the connection. Never heard of Pod'Lair until now.
58How though?
59I refuse.
60Yes. Sometimes, growing up is about knowing when grownups are not telling you the truth and not really helping you in your journey. Sadly, grownups todays are finding it harder and harder to help our...
61Inside Movies
62I want kids sometime in the future. Having children would be a way to pass down my values to the next generation. I read somewhere that INFPs and INFJs are natural parents. :)
63No apologies needed. Indeed, quite the opposite. I totally agree with you here. It's perhaps losing that cynicism of being 'grown up' that's the most important part of growing up that we still need...
64Especially when you post the details of such a plot on a public internet forum. Didn't you ever read the Evil Overlord list?! :tongue: I will tell you something else I like about the ISTJ forums....
6559119 Listening to some awesome music.
66This is an interesting thought. Why does growing up mean losing the best of being a child? In some ways it may be actually about keeping our childish wonder and values. For many of us, growing up...
67For some odd reason I find black hair, with blue or green eyes delictable. I'm super trait specific.
68I must admit, What you have said about me being an introverted ESFP has been on my mind. I did check out that link you gave me and a couple other descriptions. I can definitely relate to the...
69Ya. I realized that as long as I thought I was 'grown up', I blamed other people, the system or the world, when things go wrong for me.
70t outta me.. We INTJs can roll wiff the best of 'em, all loosey-goosey style.....
71Dan, you know I'll be there in a heartbeat, as long as it's possible. Haha. I vote for either Australia or somewhere in the northern states or maybe Canada, then I can see something different! I'll...
72Haha. Good one.
73Not surprising. I myself like to write in a more literary language, and I believe if one is fond of words, symbolisms, etc. plus added elements of perfectionism or better to say standard (so that we...
74I have both. :):proud:
75Hey, hey, hey. Welcome back, Artemicion. Good to hear from you again. That's the funny bit. I thought being a leader needs a different kind of person. I thought I was alright as a person, and I...
76I gave just under 30 cupcakes to someone... ... ...There were originally gonna be 40. NOMNOMNOM! :D
77Doktorin Zylinder dam it look good thanks for sharing
78Yes, growing UP is often painful and hard. But there is great joy at the end of it. It sounds totally counterintuitive and even silly to lean towards that which is painful and this shouldn't be even...
79*empathetic* *even* *competitive* Sorry; I couldn't help myself.
80What do you guys think of Christian bale? He is a role model for me and he seems to be istp, does anyone have a good idea what his type is?
81It's interesting that psychology has helped more people answer the question about the meaning of life than philosophy. In classical times, before there was psychology, philosophy played that role. I...
8237612 I have like 2 on my left palm, both are between head and heart lines. I'm not INFJ anyway...
831w2, followed by type 9, followed by type 4.
84This thread is the third in a series. I started off struggling with my INFP nature. I am easily hurt when interacting with people. I like to be on my own, with my own thoughts and contemplating the...
85Side question, but anyone else tend to get Jonathan Coulton's I Feel Fantastic stuck in your head on a weekend day when you sleep until 4 and get a good day's sleep in for the first time in a week?
86When the thought of someone being good at their feelings is so abstract to you.
87I won't be closing down this thread, unless it too runs out of steam like the last one. I'm going to start another, though, and hope that you guys will follow me there. I'm going to call it Grow Up!...
88I think I feel relieved reading other infj comments here, seeing as I'm not the only one feeling a certain way... Why do I never feel at peace? Why must I think of only the bad and the monotonous...
89You can make people feel so guilty about what they did without even saying a word.
90Thank you both, white-knuckle and MrMiyagi . Yes, it's funny how the risky and difficult things in life are what take you forward. It's unfortunate that you had to go to the edge of the abyss to...
91English, terrible Cantonese, even more awful Mandarin, and I've forgotten so much of my French that I probably shouldn't even mention it on this list.
92Simpson17866 ya actually when I try to talk about it with people I start with just dichotomy because if I go with cognitive functions most people look at me like I'm crazy. So yes it has its...
93Great advice. It's that easy and that difficult. Brene Brown puts it very well. We need to learn how to manage pain in order to experience joy. The experience of joy itself makes us vulnerable and is...
94I consider myself fairly driven/ambitions. I have plans to graduate college without any student loans(hopefully). I'm still trying to zero in on my desired field though.
95Welcome, I think you'll find a comfort zone here rather quickly, we're all nice folk... for the most part. :)
96Yes, leictreon, it's hard to find the balance. The hardest bit is to be authentic. We need to be true to ourselves. But, as INFPs, I think we find this very difficult. As you said, we go from being...
97Why can't I get this movie out of my head?
98Hufflepuff! :D
99Yes, tryingtodobetter, this could well be a good lesson for INFPs. We need to be clearer how we set our boundaries from the start. Most people are more comfortable and will prefer us to go from...
100Haha I don't know what to say about it. It's fun, and I crave it a lot? Eh, lol.
101I'm extremely lazy and I have ADD, which makes me even lazier. And you're right. It's hard for us to consider something as being important. Everything is just so irrelevant. This made me develop...
102Thank you, tryingtodobetter, for introducing Brene Brown to me. I think I came across her name before but didn't take the time to read up her work. I just did, because of your post. I bought and am...
103I have no idea what society thinks. I would imagine it would vary depending on whom you asked. Just get in where you fit in, and screw the rest. As for your girl, use your own smarts to figure that...
104Also, maybe this thread might like these blog posts by Allie Brown at Hyperbole and a Half. She wrote about her struggle with suicidal depression, and somehow, managed to make an incredibly likeable...
105Brene Brown, yes!!! AUTHENTiCiTY is a daily practice. Choosing authenticity means: cultivating the courage to be emotionally honest, to set boundaries, and to allow ourselves to be vulnerable;...
106You know, there was a study that showed that men with wider faces tend to be more aggressive and less honest? No, seriously. Wide-faced men make others act selfishly I think you're onto...
107Voice...
108Yup. And worth saying again. (This is in response to Coldmist, whose quote I forgot to include)
109You can't be an engineer without a degree, so it's worth it for me. If a degree is required for what you really want to do, then it doesn't matter too much about the earnings difference. In my...
110I disagree, we have to strive towards bettering the understanding of all people, not just our selves. You have your self written some very good articles on this forum explaining the interactions of...
111Haha. Ah, yes. That's why we have heroes. We need to be brave, I think that's a given. The question is what kind of bravery. There's the aggressive go out and kill'em type and there's the Mother...
112Generally white or ambient noise helps me like a fan. If I'm trying to come up with ideas or something more creative, music is helpful. When programming, I like music without words (e.g. movie...
113My boss stopped asking people with pets to leave the store, because they kept claiming, service animal. There are pet friendly stores in town. I don't mind.
114Somehow, @XPyr didn't format properly. Dunno why. Same thing happened with you megmento a couple of weeks ago. I can't find his previous posts here either. That's why I thought you left us. Must be...
115One ENTP.
116I thought you were kind of intimidating until I got to know you. Conversations I have often go like this: Them: Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah... Me: *starts to say something but gets...
117Making Progress I've been thinking about this and I thought that there are a few readers of this thread who don't write in but follow my journey. Some have written to tell me that they share my...
118Yes, I did. There are 16 personality types and according to my information 9 are left out for each personality type, which leaves 9 personality types that one personality type should be able to get...
119Thanks for the reply! I should have elaborated on what I wanted to write. Just a letter explaining my POV on everything that happened a bit more, and then asking to meet up and talk about the...
120There's a problem there. When I move to a WE focus, I find that other people are short sighted and more bent on doing things their way than solving them. So, it's let them have their way or shove it...
121I know ISTJs are known for their to-the-point and blunt way of communicating. But one thing I've noticed with my ISTJ is that sometimes I feel like he is over-sharing, especially on a certain...
122Haha Lizzie has so many different typings in this thread! I think she's some kind of NF - from her love of reading, writing, discussion of russian lit, etc (more stereotypical NF interests), also...
123Yes. Headdesk, you hit the nail right on the head. There are many situations where being a 'leader' is not much of an issue. You just do your job and that's that. Leading becomes more of an issue...
124Coucou :)
125My confession... I wish my happiness tornado would keep spiraling up. <3 I love it. Keeps me motivated and happy~ All I really need is one or a few people around me I can laugh / be silly with. :D...
126Ya. It's easier because you have a willing student. They want to learn and they are open to new and different ways of thinking. Leading in a corporate environment, or as a manager, is very much...
127https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrIiLvg58SY Extreme enough?
128Hey everyone ! I filled a questionnaire and I wonder what type does it makes me look like ? I hesitate between INTJ, INTP and ISTJ. Thanks for your help guys ! 1) What aspect of your...
129Welcome, @XYpr. Good to hear from you. As always, a great contribution. I particularly like this passage from your link: So, it's not that we're so sensitive and that leadership is for uncaring...
130Is there any exceptions to this? My Fe is very developed and I am gonna be sixteen soon. My top 4 functions that I used (in order) were Se, Si, Fe, Ti. Se and Si were very close, so was Fe and Ti.
131That sounds so much like me... I can cut threw someone I love with my words, and it dont happen much and I always feel terrible after they fall out of my mouth.. Especially if someone has hurt my...
132BlueChristmas06 gives such good advice that I am going to respond to them here, especially since so many of the readers seem to share my difficulties. Totally. I so need to be able to speak up...
133This writing looks just like my INFJ ex's handwriting! You have got to be an INFJ! No doubt about it!
134Thank you! :-D I like your thinking muchly. It's funny, a couple of times (like his birthday) I tried to plan suprises for him...but then he started suggesting to friends they go out..so I spoilt...
135Dear Meg, this is so INFP. I think we deflate ourselves to the point that we effectively sabotage ourselves. I can so totally get what you are saying. It sounds very much like my own experiences as...
136I never really enjoy receiving excessive amounts of praise for something, because people are putting me in the spotlight, when I don't want to be, and crediting me more even when I believe I don't...
137My trousers' pockets contain ID, wallet, keys and a cell phone. Everything else I might need can be bought, built and/or ordered with these 4 ingredients.
138Welcome, megmento. I was going through my posts last week and you were nowhere to be found. I couldn't even do a search for you. It was rather odd. Maybe a bad day for the server. Welcome back. I...
139Hey, sorry to hear you're having health problems. It can be such a drag. I was having terrible health problems, and I found that a low fat raw vegan diet helped a lot, and the absolute miracle healer...
140What is deemed to be limiting or in restraint is based on more than one dimension. Being able to masturbate in all theoretical possibilities might feel very open and comfy for ENTPs, but personally I...
141I get that quite a lot. Most of the time, I don't mind and I get a bit nervous when the spotlight is on me. But, then, on the other hand... I find that when people are heated up, they don't listen....
142Sonicdrink, I would first and foremost like to thank you for posting those videos. I am actually contemplating doing one myself as this whole MBTI deal is my new addiction. At least until I see...
143You are a both very brave people! I'm always inspired by the strength and perseverance that foster kids posses. I've come into contact with many (through work), and I swear I loved every single one...
144Haha. This is a very good example to discuss. While I agree with you, BlueChristmas06, I wouldn't speak out like that. If I did, I'd feel bad and worry about it all day. I'd assume that everyone has...
145How does one get into a field such as this?
146Really? That's not right, every type has its only little peeves and tricks, for instance, I've fallen into the habbit of using more commas than I thought humanly possible, I'm no longer aware of...
147Actually, as an individual, I have no problems. I know exactly what I want and I know how to go for it. The problem is when it involves other people. I tend to give in when pushed. I can take...'
148(E) Extravert :Talkative (S) Sensing :Notices details (F) Feeling :Passionate ,Driven by emotion (P) Perceiving :Spontaneous ESFP type
149https://31.media.tumblr.com/a6528c1fef3c5b3f520421e5cdee8234/tumblr_inline_mz6dpoyQOZ1rckcnz.jpg it's us again
150Roo Panes - Different Child'
151Reading. Gaming.
152Destinyx99 2.'
153Not at all. Morality is completely and utterly subjective. What could be consider moral in one society or person's view can just as easily be considered immoral in another society or person's...
15440% Real:
155I bet you really did enjoy terrorizing little children
1561) no 2) none 3) rather foolish 4) rather foolish 5) not likely I have no respect for religion as a social construction. Whatever a person wants to believe personally is fine. INFJs are...
157YouTube - Fail during an infomercial YouTube - Man plays Mario Kart with real motorists in France
158That's awful...I'm so sorry. ok; here's one of mine...and the reason I always say something now... About 3 years ago, something told me (weird) to call my childhood best friend, who I hadn't...
159http://dahambone.com/pics/his-her-diary-same-say-motocycle.png
160We went on a walk around my neighborhood yesterday! Thank you for the feedback, what I'm really after here is something that's a common interest between both of us and I want to spice it up!
161Most people are a little bit gay. Some people are a lot gay. Many people are sexually repressed anyway.
162ah ha - this word is a keeper!
163Voice message I see this thread going more distance... it's not INTP hibernation time yet!
164I don't like the idea of being vulnerable; my emotions exposed for anyone to see. For me to open up it takes time and trust.
165Learn about your type and appreciate that you're really not that strange after all. My life truly began the day I stopped comparing myself to extroverted sensors. I wish I hadn't wasted so much...
166ohhh sorry i was thinking about deepika padukone , well I think Priyanka is an extp.
167self + love.
168Yea I agree with that, and attention whores annoy me ... But, I honestly do like how different she is from most people, it's refreshing. She says weird things to get a reaction out of people she...
169I will say that I don't take them seriously, as I can find things that I relate to in all of them. It just seems that I relate to some of them quite a bit better than the rest. Anyways, I don't...
170defenestrated....
171@ GraceHess42'
172https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFZ_mDAZotA Only a week before their new album is out........!!!
173I am procrastinating about not procrastinating. working
174You missed my second line. XD Okay, I'm too lazy to leave my computer as well.
175ok, but YOU are going to jump without a rope then it's going to be FUN :)
176... you post a LOT on Facebook.
177I look at that picture and now I'm wondering how it could be properly used to explain the multiverse theory...
178You should coin that phrase, before I steal it
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180No she doesn't. She's still ESTP because of her cognitive functions.
181And going along these lines, I never want to be referred to as god, I would much rather be referred to as he. Though probably the worst I would do to someone who called me anything other than he,...
18236....halfway to 72 :crying:
183Think fractal. I'm older than all of the posters so far, and I still look at the same horizon as you all. What's beyond the horizon? Among other things, more horizon. What's over the horizon is...'
18423%
185My Ni-Ti loop was rather different; it was more of simply being disconnected from Fe. I obsessively ignored any form of subjective data and used Ni only to aid the analysis(though I would end up...
186I don't have things to eat later than 9PM, have to bear it even I feel hungry. I don't want get scold because I eat instant noodles at night >.>
187I am working on it at the moment! We've spent quite a lot of time together in the past month or so. Since we're both introverts I would have thought we'd like our me time. But it seems for me I...
188I came across MBTI as a online test, which has given me INTJ result and there simply was no evidence that I am anything else, even after the years of thinking about the topic. My Te is a little bit...
189Is hard to get me angry bu when I do is BAD ,very very BAD but my anger is sorta unpredictable for me ; because sometimes I isolate or cry of anger and once I throw like 3 desks just to scare a guy...
190All of those hit me about her. That's exactly the words to describe this girl, and a lot more.
191% is ok while talking about introvert or extrovert. ENTP's and INTP's core aren't that different as functions remain the same, but in a slightly different order. Would be difficult, I think, to tell...
192That reminds me of the way my parents described me as a baby. I also didn't have a permanent grin, I tended to cry a lot I was told. And super, super moody and sensitive.
193now, if I add android to the poll is it going to win ?
194Also I'm pretty sure almost every ENTP who have been really caught by the MBTI stuff did try to see farther the tests which are nothing more than tests (= possible bias both from the test writer and...
195This topic is relevant to an experience i had last weekend, and the meditations that ended up spinning out of it.... I spent a bunch of days with someone who had a rather extreme case of...
196Alright, so. I'm going to post this questionnaire for you guys. After reading a bit about cognitive functions, I do not really fully understand them and all of their intricacies, but I think that I...
197If this has no paragraphs, I apologise!!! Paragraphing does not seem to be working for me right now. :P I am really having trouble understanding that article somehow. From my basic understanding...
198It varies slightly from person to person and to really get into it scientifically you would have to find a baseline from said person. But, as a general rule most of the things I mentioned indicate...
19910/10 INTP Poster-Child +1
200I believe it is do not waste time on females. You can either take that as use them how you please and leave, or ignore all together and attain currency.
201This reminded me: Once someone asked me to do them a favour an I said 'thank you,' multiple times actually. To this day I have no idea what brought that on...
202I thought I had find her, until a few days ago. When I finally decided to talk to her about it, so she could become my girlfriend, she didn't want it. It's not up to me to comprehend it. Because I...
203http://img292.imagevenue.com/loc82/th_192859181_Untitled_123_82lo.jpg ..Yeeaaaahh. WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW?
204I am drunk! and listening to great music! and putting a terrible mood caused by a dark presence behind me! happy wednesday everyone! :laughing:
205:P I judge myself for feeling like this. It's like I feel wrong about feeling the way I do but I cant seem to help it.
206Yes I agree it is good practice indeed. I just find that usually when I read about stuff my brain tend to move quite quickly. I forget about the details of things. It's almost as if I can see the...
207oraphel I loved this. I listened a couple of times. I really like the bridge(?) at 2:02, especially the 'forms in the hideaway' part. Edit: I was too slow. Next song: Metasentient Not...
208check in here Characters on Ally McBeal by Enneagram Type
209This is a cool way to die! Dangerous? Perhaps. Fun? Definitely!
210I wear essentially the same thing every day: Black pants, Black, grey, or white long sleeved t-shirt, Black vest, A scarf, A trench coat, usually black. If it's too hot outside I remove the...
211ooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooo I dont understand this question but im guessing it's hold it or Halt
212http://www.halolz.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/halolz-dot-com-portal2-personalitycorealignmentchart.jpg I always get Chaotic Neutral.
213The word pseudo-science is totally a slight against all the things it tries to describe. As if science is the only correct way to explain the universe, and everything else is just faking it. I...
214I can totally agree with you on this, I'm afraid to take any leaps because everytime I do it's like I leap and fall straight down. I think only 1 person has seen me show my emotions and that's my...
215The creator of this meme read my mind.
216For the record, I don't think that most of those test are too accurate - well they are only as accurate as truthful as you are with yourself and everyone tends to project what they'd wish to be more...
217People who are stubborn ,who believes that they are always right and people who are controlled by there emotions.'
218Hermoine is probably an ISFJ
219I think this is offensive and extremely close-minded. I honestly don't have the energy to rant about this. MBTI types should be used to help us better understand ourselves and others, not deem...'
220If I wasn't able to use logic, I wouldn't lose so much time trying to understand things, trying to see the logic behind everything.
221I'm an ENTP and I have yellowy green snake eyes.
22266%...
223Egocentrism.
224I act slightly different around different people, but it's not to hide anything. Its because I'm at various stages of relationship with each person and they all have different senses of humor. I can...
225Do you hurt? Do you feel pain? I don't believe so, No there's no such thing I prepared you a room in my heart in my mind i danced there with you as lovers lose track of time .
226Thrash Fucking Metal ,,/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWyDIlbvl2c
227Your type: ENTP Mom's type: ISFJ Dad's type: Never knew him. Siblings' type(s): I'm an only child. Best friends' type(s): To put it simply, all of my bonds are shallow and volatile, but I do have...
228when i'm depressed it runs in a predictable cycle . the first stage- i wallow, lose sleep, cry randomly, isolate myself to see if anyone wants to pry and rescue me. the second stage- i work hard at...
229Well, I can't exactly explain it. It's something like what I said before. I think it depends on the person. Safety, in this case, may have a lot of meanings. But it sure has nothing to do...
230No. Not an INTJ, but dating one(female, sometimes gets cuddly too), and have another INTJ friend(male, loves debating and discussing different topics but never gets personal unless the other party is...
231i confess that i fucking hate people, because i'm so dependent on them .
232Sky is the limit for INFPs. If you want to be a scientist, it doesn't matter what kind of science it is, just go for what you like most. I'm studying Biology, by the way.
233Not IRL, but on here I have obviously'
234Autumn definitely! I love the warm colours and the pace of life in autumn, to snuggle up in the warmth during a cold day makes me happier than any warm day in summer could.
235What the hell are you talking about? Do you mean a grown up man isn't able to feel safe because of a woman? This is bullshit, man... seriously, whatahell. Well, if a woman makes me feel this...
236It might be late, but one of the things you could try to identify with is whether you're an intuitive or a sensor; whether you like talking with others about specific ideas/theories/abstract...
237I'd rather drown waiting for the hand of a rescuer than to cling to the nearest piece of driftwood. Side Note on this thread: this thread isn't meant to be egotistical , i just think that...'
238Lad, can you analyze this one for me, please? :crazy: http://img547.imageshack.us/img547/3425/hkfsdahk.jpg
239It's a bit hard, because I find she's rather narrow-minded and not very healthy. Between the time I posted and the current situation, she's already changed her set of friends. I kind of saw this...'
240Oh I like the sound of this! Mine are in no order Muse - Dead Star Joy Division - She's lost control Muse - Citizen erased Queens of the stone age - The Sky is Fallin' The Black Keys -...
241...
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243Ever feel like you are completely invisible and simply a decoration to half of your friends. Thats me right now. Oh no its okay its just that if I ever want to do anything that will help me have...
244I loved Sailor Moon when I was a kid, and I've always loved Hiyao Miyazaki's films :)
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246I'm so happy 'cause today I found my friends they're in my head i'm so ugly that's okay 'cause so are you broke our mirrors.. Kurt Cobain is speaking my thoughts of today
247Skrillex!!! :D
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249I have a habit of shying away from people who give me more attention than I think I deserve before they know my dark side.. He's an amazing guy but I don't know what to even think of him and he...'
250I'm a mix of the 3 because I'm a cellist, so I've had to develop them all. But I know I've definitely been a visual learner since I was a little kid
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253dying before I have the chance to see the world or love someone, and because of the pain it would cause my family. I'm not afraid of death... just the loss it entails
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256I would not change my past because I'm proud of the things I have overcome in my life, and I wouldn't be who I am today if I hadn't made a million mistakes : P I wish I could be braver though when it...
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259I've never been in a relationship, but my best friends are almost always INTJs, NFs, or ESFPs, and I've fallen really hard for my best friend... he's an INTJ
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262Viva: 4w3 7w6 8w9 so/sx Ace Face: 7w8, 8w7, 3w2 cue5c: 3w2 so/sp The King of Dreams: 9w1 7w6 2w1 so/sx Alysaria: 7w6, 2w3, 9w8 sx/so MusicBird: 7w6, 9w8, 4w3 Eerie: 7w8-1w2-4w3 sx/sp Finaille:...
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265me too wisefaery, and the other hard thing is looking at cognitive functions isn't very helpful because I use Ne and Fi pretty equally haha. So it's difficult to figure out if I'm a mellow ENFP or...
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268I'm similarly confused as well sometimes..... I'm not a party animal like the ENFP Stereotype suggests, but I definitely seek out people and I get lonely. I'm also very comfortable with myself...'