Overall, the other INFJs i've met IRL are really inspiring and friendly people.
My French teacher back in high school did have a bit of a dark side, but that was only brought out when a select few unmotivated students would misbehave.
A friend of mine is an INFJ and we tend to withdraw in "shifts". v.v
Whenever my schedule is open, he has disappeared, and when he returns, i've reached my limit where i need to disconnect from everyone for awhile.
Do you like interacting with your own type? Is it like, 'Hey we have so much in common so we should hang out' or something of the sort? Do you stay away from people who are your type? Basically your thoughts about your own type...
This is a good question, I wanted to ask that myself.
I have no idea if I know any NFs in real life. I assume I do, I'm bound to have met some through out my life, but there's no one I typed or have them tell me their type, so I can't be sure.
And I've seen those youtube videos of INFPs and I don't relate to them at all (apart from just one video with a male INFP). Maybe little things they say could resonate with me if I wouldn't be put off by their general behaviour or appearence or both. Some of these people I actually find kinda annoying, or weird, which is making me really confused. Does that mean that I'm not infp, or that they're not? Or can we be so different that we dislike each other? But if we can then what is the point of mbti?
I have three old friends (from high school) all of whom are ST. I like them, but I've never felt particularly close to them. And in uni I met my best friend who really seems to understand me quite well and even though we are very different on the outside we share some important things on the inside, so I consider it a deep friendship. She is ISFJ.
I also tend to get along really well with NTs. They are (like my ISFJ friend) the people that I can tell anything, they may not agree, but there's at least a chance that they will understand (unlike with STs)
I've only ever know two other ENFJs in my life. One was nuts (the epitomy of a manipulative ENFJ - it was scary), so she doesn't count. The other was very nice. I am pretty sure I could bond pretty deeply with a balanced ENFJ, but would (and did) run like hell from an unbalanced one. They - we are pretty hard to find, so I will let you know if I ever actually have the opportunity to find out
"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind. " - Dr. Seuss
I can't spell...get over it
I've had a few run-ins with INTJ educators and mentors. Despite how much of a bear some of them were, I was always pretty well-assured of the quality of education I received from them (they knew how to support everything they taught).
Ni > Te > Ti = Fi > Ne > Si = Fe > Se