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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I'd respond, but I know you know.
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    I don't think I have met another INTJ.
    I suspect my dad is an ENTJ.
    My bestfriend is one too.
    I get along with them pretty well.
    Other friends are ISTJ,
    I get along with them too. lol
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    As an ESfj .. i know a few ESFJ's and they are really nice. One was my work mom and she was amazing, always giving me incredibly useful/practical information

    My mum as an ESFJ, although i know she means well, she does rattle my cage at time, still love her though and we can have a great laugh (same evil sense of humour)

    Just depends.
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    ISFJs are to soft IMO

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    It's sort of an awesome but occasionally uneasy bond. Most of the other INTJs I know are male, and they seem to be a little more uptight and aggressive than I am, so I find myself having to be the "nice" one and concede defeat more frequently than I'd like to :P Still, the moments where we click totally make up for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by incubustribute View Post
    balanced ISFJ = awesome
    we are nowhere near the "doormat" or "butler" everyone on here seems to think we are haha.
    I like you.

    What I find funny is that ISFJs are stereotyped as controlling and a doormat at the same time. LOL

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    I know one other INFP, that I know of. She's one of my best friends. She's a lot more mature than me, even though she's only 1 year older... I find myself going to her for advice a lot. She's like an older sister, which is something I've never had since I'm the eldest.

    And like other people have said, there's the whole instant understanding/effortless communication thing going on. I remember one of the first days I had been around her. We met because we went to the same college, and we were in the same dance piece for a faculty-choreographed concert. I go to the first rehearsal and find out it's a piece consisting of 4 solos. I was a freshman, with no solo experience, and I was so nervous I wanted to die. She comes up to me, put her hands on my shoulders, and says, "Don't be nervous." Most people don't pick up on my anxiety, because I'm very good at hiding it. But she knew.

    It's also nice that we have the same weaknesses and struggles. It's nice to know that someone else is going through what I'm going through and GETS it. I can talk to her about absolutely anything. And we both understand each other's strange sense of humor.

    So, yeah. If all the other INFPs are even somewhat similar to her, they're okay in my book.

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    now that i know i know several enfps...it's interesting to realize that they are the people i felt comfortable with and related to the fastest...like no figuring them out process...just easy and natural...i like them a lot.
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    I find ISFP really easy to understand and get along with. In real life and on here. It's an easy balance.

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    Sadly, I don't really know anybody of my own type.
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