I need to know--what is the real distinction between the introverted intuitive types? Why do so many say they are INXJ or INXP (or even INXX?) I have been reading several forums on this topic for years, and the answers are always vague or slight.
I have been calling myself INFJ for years and I am so used to it, I don't think I could change very easily now. But everyone who tries to type me says I am INTJ or INTP--This makes sense, since I can almost always point out errors of logic or contradictions--I hate contradictions. I can spot them better than anyone else I know personally. I am not at all known to let my emotions get in the way of my clear thinking. But... nevertheless, one or two people in this world get to hear me whine "nobody likes me" day in and day out. I love research, but can't make a simple pot of coffee. I don't consider myself good with people or children, but I love to kiss, cuddle, and baby talk to animals and little kids that I know extremely well. I have a deep appreciation for beauty and art and have been known to do things during moments of inspiration that I probably will never be able to do again. I am very good with languages and have good writing skills. I hate science fiction. So what is the real scoop? Someone convince me forever that I am INFJ 4w5 so I don't have to change my email address.