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    Now I am totally confused
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Now I am totally confused
    Bollocks.
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    ouh, how vulgar
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    ouh, how vulgar
    Says the INFJ fan-troll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    the irony of being a Perceiver is that flexible in your case requires you to be more rigid at times.
    From the standpoint that perceivers are inflexible about being inflexible? Yeah, it kind of makes sense.

    There's no way around that irony, just as there's no way around the same sort of conundrum in a statement, "All generalizations are bad."

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    All INFJ are equal, but some INFJ are more equal than others (I am still believing in that idea)
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    A little bit true. Not always...I do have a free-spirited side. It's the days that I'm getting stuck on ideals left and right that I have to step back and re-evaluate. I'm usually tired or stressed or hungry or spread too thin, and I have to figure out a way to balance my life better. After I find balance again, I settle down and hop off my broom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    From the standpoint that perceivers are inflexible about being inflexible? Yeah, it kind of makes sense.

    There's no way around that irony, just as there's no way around the same sort of conundrum in a statement, "All generalizations are bad."
    Agreed.

    I see a lot of Perceivers round these parts railing on the inflexibility of Judgers. Get over it and get on with it, says I. The painful irony of this harping is that by never attempting discipline, order, or decisiveness themselves, *they are indulging in their preference to the point of embodying the inflexibility they so detest.

    J doesn't negate flexibility, nor does P negate inflexibility.

    *It's worth noting that I don't include Lady X among this crowd.
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    I think I totally misunderstood the OP
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    Agreed.

    I see a lot of Perceivers round these parts railing on the inflexibility of Judgers. Get over it and get on with it, says I. The painful irony of this harping is that by never attempting discipline, order, or decisiveness themselves, *they are indulging in their preference to the point of embodying the inflexibility they so detest.

    J doesn't negate flexibility, nor does P negate inflexibility.
    From the Perceiver's perspective, the J imposes on the P, but the P leaves the J free to do what he wants; therefore, the P is more flexible than the J. However, in a way, even a P asking the J not to impose on him is imposing on the nature of the J. So is the creation of last-minute plans, being late, not delivering upon promises.. you get the point.


    .. completely supporting my own point about P's, though.. I'm not sure what the problem is with a P's lack of discipline or order unless it affects other people.

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