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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    I would say they are sort of listening to you and sort of not. Whilst they may be defiantly pushing forward with FiTe the Ne is asking whether you are right or not or it will do so after the person spends time alone. I don't think many INFPs would show or express this uncertainty but they are aware of it. She may eventually see your point of view and agree with it but feel embarassed to admit it, probably hoping the dust will settle in regards to the problems her now defunct position caused so she can approach the situation from the new angle without losing face.

    In regards to the above however she cannot stray far from the Fi however the Fi can adjust and move itself so it is positioned in "your camp" so to speak. There is no standard likelihood of this occuring (it may not occur at all) and some parts of her cannot change. Guess its the human condition.
    So Fi is indeed stubborn?
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    So Fi is indeed stubborn?
    Yes. Very much like how Ti is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    Yes. Very much like how Ti is.

    It's not my fault everyone is wrong.



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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    It's not my fault everyone is wrong.


    Ha...I know, right?

    Oh, I admit to my discrimination against XSFJs. Fe...how I hate thee...the trigger for berserker rage when hit with nice-nasty. Or refusing to 'be real'. Gah....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    Yes. Very much like how Ti is.
    Yeah, but Ti at least gives you a reason.
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    My very favorite type in all of MBTI has to be ESTJ!

    They're such loyal and hardworking people who can get many things accomlished while preserving the natural order by dealing epic justice to all who threaten our sacred traditions!

    The worst type would most certainly be those uber-logical and schizotypal robots as programmed into INTPs upon their lifeless genesis for analyzing things through the most boring depths of hell to the death!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    Ha...I know, right?

    Oh, I admit to my discrimination against XSFJs. Fe...how I hate thee...the trigger for berserker rage when hit with nice-nasty. Or refusing to 'be real'. Gah....
    Getting real is hard.
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    My favorite? Tie between (kiersey) ISTP and ENFJ

    least favorite, hard to say. in its most unhealthy form I'd go with ESTJ, not because they're mean, but because they can be the biggest, most self centered narcissists. there are a lot of ESTJ cult leaders out there. that shit creeps me out. I absolutely hate how they can just tell people "this is what you should think of me" and people actually do, and then follow them.

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    Oh this is fun. Can I jump in?

    Disclaimer- all types have good and bad points. Some are unhealthy. Some are healthy.

    But I'll play this game with the types in MY LIFE and what I feel about them. So this is extremely biased and based on a limited, personal test group!

    ESFJ: wonderful (when healthy- I hear so many horror stories- but all of my ESFJs have been seemingly healthy.) They are amazing people that take care of everyone, the underdogs, and get shit done. They don't feel the need to keep up with the Joneses or satisfy the current trends of the day. They march to the beat of their own drums. They are not deep enough intellectually speaking- that is my disconnect with them.

    ENTJ: Love/Hate. I can't peel myself away from them. But they are assholes. They have no Ne to speak of and so out of touch / afraid of emotion- so they truly believe they are always right when in a bigger picture sense- they hardly ever are.

    ENFP: I am one- and I love ENFPs, but I can only take them in small doses as it's like talking to myself all day which is quite draining. But I trust them (the healthy ones) so much.

    ENFJ: LOVE ENFJs, but also can only take them in small doses. They are so real and authentic- and care so much about people- I love and respect this about them so much. But their sappiness gets on my nerves. I know it's a good thing that they are this way- but it's like pouring a few big squirts of maple syrup into your mouth. You need to walk away and rinse and wait awhile before you try to do it again.

    ESFP: Love the ESFPs in my life SO much. But their sensing exciteability is very difficult for me to keep up with as I am not in tune with my sensing side. But I do it because I love them so much and love seeing them happy. They are deeply emotional and LOVE their convinctions which they stick to bar none. They do not let others get underneath their skin- they stick with their values- love this. They are LEADERS among their peers.

    ISFJ: I love the ISFJ in my life. We clash over the years on anal type things like money matters and schedules- that shit gets on my nerves. But aside from that- there is a such a beautiful dynamic that goes on- that is priceless!

    INFP: Appreciate them for their uniqueness. Feel sorry for how HARD they feel. Can hardly be around them- they depress the shit out of me.

    INFJ: I only know one online and she is a manipulative and pathetic soul. Let's hope I never have to meet her in real life where I would tear into her like the piece of shit that she is. Stupid girl doesn't know who she is messing with.

    ENTP: Love them- but they are little bastards, you know. They are brilliant. I respect them so much and also want to kick their asses on a regular basis.

    That's all I got. Wow- that was cathartic.
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    most - INFPs (close second INFJs)
    least - ESFJs (close second ESTJs)

    ps @AzulEyes wow reading that, i could agree with all your type descriptions...very good!

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