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    Senior Member misfortuneteller's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    i relate more to the ENP child than IFP. pieces of both apply, but i really wasn't all that sensitive as a child.
    same... that's really weird. you'd think we would be more INFP as a child than as an adult? or mabye we are ENFPs that have lost our way?
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    ISJ fit me quite well. I didn't like school tough. I mean I turned in all my assignments on time, and I legit only forgot one a year. But I hated school because I didn't fully grasp how learning this stuff could help me. I just did the work so I wouldn't get in trouble. Another thing that I attribute to being an ISTJ is my ability to the rules and having the best strategy for breaking rules when they did not agree with my desires.

    I think I daydreamed more than the description implies though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by misfortuneteller View Post
    same... that's really weird. you'd think we would be more INFP as a child than as an adult? or mabye we are ENFPs that have lost our way?
    the usual narrative is people being shy children and coming out of their shell as an adult, so it's strange to do the opposite of that. i've definitely considered that I'm a depressed or low energy ENFP but I'm sticking with INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    the usual narrative is people being shy children and coming out of their shell as an adult, so it's strange to do the opposite of that. i've definitely considered that I'm a depressed or low energy ENFP but I'm sticking with INFP.
    yep and when i talk to certain people i can talk for hours... mabye we are ENFPs that have lost their confidence? i was viciously bullied in high school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    the usual narrative is people being shy children and coming out of their shell as an adult, so it's strange to do the opposite of that. i've definitely considered that I'm a depressed or low energy ENFP but I'm sticking with INFP.
    I have traits of both ITP and ENP, which whatalways happens to me in tests, I have too much Ne. My parents said I was like an earthquake when I was a child, also very social, though I always liked dark corners to play alone and disliked people interrupting me with "boring stuff". I considered being a highly depressed ENTP, but I'm also sticking with INTP.
    MBTI: INTP (though I'm PINT-sized) * Ti = Ne > Fi > Ni > Si > Te = Se >>> Fe
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    I can relate to all of them a little, but the EFJ description is the only one I can relate to 100%.

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