Can anyone give me a good explanation why you need to be an Fi user to be able to write about Fi?
It seems like no one is really complaining on the other descriptions this INFJ wrote. And what has this borderline conspiracy thinking of her being an Fe user have to do with her descriptions? Its such a stupid argument.
Perhaps we should just delete the entire thread because 2 members don't like it.
I like the thread in general....I'm just not crazy about the description in the OP. I thought the point of the thread was to discuss it.
Me, too... I'm puzzled by the attitudes of upset or condescension towards people's critiques and agreements/disagreements. The OP and people's reactions seem like good discussion fodder to me. I don't think anyone is angry with the OP, just trying to zero in on exactly which parts seem accurate and which parts seem off the mark.
EDIT: Do think the guides are useful to have up and also glad they are attributed, as well (so people who want to buy the book can do so).
INFJs often try to make INFPs seem like they're lazy & unmotivated & only react in a pouty, bratty manner when they don't get their way; in a word, they see the INFP as childish, and that's how this description reads to me.
IDK, you tell me. You don't seem to be one of those INFJs though, so I don't seriously expect you to explain thinking you don't identify with (unless you're saying that you do). I base my statement on statements that I've seen INFJs make online regarding INFPs & Fi. I think the Vicky Jo reference is the perfect example of this (and even she seems to admit her own major bias against INFPs). It seems a willful misunderstanding of another type, possibly due to resentment in confusion with that type.
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
word. I'm actually about to head over to the library and see if they have it once I get out of class, I totally dig the bullet point format of this whole series of threads.
On that note, anyone who's read the book (AKA Jaguar) what context are these lists in? Are they introductions to sections on certain functions, inserts, etc.?
What I put up are merely abbreviated versions of the chapters on the processes. There's no way I would type up the entire chapters. Lol. The book goes much more in-depth discussing them. The problem is the supply of the book is limited, and even Amazon has but a few copies, selling them for far too high a price. But if you can get a copy, go for it!