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    I'll reply, but keep in mind that I'm very close to the border on everything but P.

    If you are an INFP:

    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?

    It depends. I generally prefer to be the authority if possible; if not, though, I'll follow what the leader says as long as I think it's a good idea. If I think the idea sucks, I'll speak up and say something; if they don't change their minds, then they probably won't get too much support from me in carrying it out. If I don't like the leader as a person, then I'll question them at every turn. If they're blocking something I really want, I will go over them, under them, around them, or through them but in the end they're not going to stand in my way.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?

    By not doing whatever it is they want me to do, and telling them politely that I can't do it. It's probably a passive-aggressive approach, but I find it hard to call people out on something that subtle.
    Oh, come to think of it, someone actually did this today - at least that's how I interpreted it. When we have group meetings, she constantly tries to tell everyone what to do. I generally cut her off and tell her it's taken care of or else I tell her that her idea won't work.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?

    Fairly emotionally reactive, in public as well as with people I know. Generally takes the form of either being really enthusiastic or really frustrated over something. Sometimes I get too noisy about it. I rarely hide my feelings, though, unless it's sadness.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?

    Hmm, probably. I need to feel loved and taken care of or I won't get into the relationship. I need to feel really special. That sounds egotistical! But it does work for some guys.

    Are you really sarcastic?

    Yes, and I love it.

    Are you silly?

    Yes, and I love that too.

    Were you shy as a child?

    I seem to remember being shy, but I was also really loud and goofy around people I knew.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?

    They do, unfortunately. I've been working on that and if you think I'm aloof now, it's probably because I actually don't want to talk to you. Unfortunately, those people are the ones who don't get the hint.

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?

    No, it flows pretty well. I used to second-guess myself and get nervous, but now I just speak my thoughts and they come out clearly.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?

    No, I have generally felt more mature than others my age. Or maybe not more mature - but "different."

    Are you a talented writer?

    I've been told so. Not talented enough to make a living at it, in my opinion, unfortunately.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?

    Something adventurous where I can make money and save the world. Those are my three requirements for an awesome career.

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    If you are an INFP:

    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?
    Tends to be a bit of both, questioning and submissive.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?
    If your referring to personal attacks too then I adopt diplomatically logical sequence of speaking to point out, with examples and analogies, why this kind of talk is projection.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?
    Emotionally subdued more often, suppose knowing a harsh personality that drowns your voice can do that. The sort of personality that wears you down because they are larger than you.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    I am low maintenance for the most part to the point of being invisible as a defensive reaction. Hence to answer this is a pending unknown.

    Are you really sarcastic?
    I can be sometimes, dry sense of speaking.

    Are you silly?
    Gosh its been ages since I really let loose like that, in essence I am mischievous and had to learn to be serious minded but the silliness is there waiting to jump out and be larger than life.

    Were you shy as a child?
    And still am, they tell you this is something you outgrow; well whoever they are they lie.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    Certainly can be mistaken though often its interpreted as shyness.

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?
    Do melons grow on trees, do avocados grow underground, do pears fly like pigs. Yes, yes and unfortunately yes.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    Entirely out of the question in which to say not at all, too complicated.

    Are you a talented writer?
    What, am I a talented fruit fly with a complex network of flybees making wicked elixir broths for the tainted. Hell no, actually I could barely get 50% for my English writing though I did excel in creative writing. Which tells me I hated critical debate essays and enjoyed exploring my creativity, I certainly doubt it applies.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    Still undecided which is a bit of a concern nowdays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindyrella View Post
    If you are not an INFP:Do they ever talk too much or too little?
    Some are extremely quiet and moreso seem shy. So more too little than too much.

    Do they seem stuck up?
    No, the opposite, they seem shy and usually humble.

    Do they seem aloof or just quiet and reserved?
    Aloof is an interesting word, it implies a conscious distance or disinterest which I don't think is the word. Shy and is more apt.

    Do you think they come off as emotionally unstable?
    HA. HA. HA. HA. HA. Ask this of someone who does *not* have a bad dating past with INFPs.

    In general, how would you profile a male INFP?
    Not sure, all the INFPs that I've confirmed are female.

    In general, how would you profile a female INFP?
    Quiet, lives deeply inside, artistic, dreamy, non-confrontational, thoughtful, sensitive, have many hidden aspirations for themselves - like a pinata you have to break that "aloof" outer shell to get to the good stuff. Or you know, just get to know them better.

    What do you think of INFPs as coworkers, subordinates, or authority figures?
    If flexing ESTJ shadow can be very business like and good at keeping things on track. Otherwise, can be very spacey. I have known of 2 INFPs who have worked in the legal field or a legal office -- they really had to flex to not drop the ball.

    How do you view INFPs in romantic relationships?
    HA. HA. HA. HA. HA. Refer to 'emotional' question above. Apparently I have hit the motherlode of INFP 'bad apples' so my experiences are very negatively skewed.

    I will say if they haven't learned clear communication and boundaries, get ready for a swirling vortex of Fi mess. A hot, hot, swirling mess. It will be up to you to extricate yourself.

    For better or worse, even the unhealthy INFPs will put a lot of themselves and their egos and self-image into their relationships.

    So again, make sure they are emotionally mature and honest and create healthy boundaries or else get ready for a bloody emotional mess that drags on. This is especially true if you are also Fi strong. When two Fi's get entangled, omg, good luck.
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    If you are an INFP:

    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?

    That depends very much on my mood. Generally speaking though, if I "question authority", it's more in a roll-my-eyes-and-laugh-to-myself kind of way. I'd probably say I'm pretty submissive if I actually used that word, which I don't.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?
    I laugh, and even though I might feel a little hurt, I probably won't show it. If they're being really nasty, though, I'll probably just tell them to shut up.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?

    Yeah, I'd say I'm emotionally reactive. But only around those that I'm absolutely comfortable with. I know I can be "emotionally intense" at times, and this is when I need to take some time out by myself so I don't drive my peeps insane.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    I've never been in a relationship, and the relationship I'm in right now is not a relationship. Even though I wish it was.
    A few months ago, the answer would have been yes. All I'm saying is, for me, needing a lot of attention in a relationship would mean that I'm also dealing with a lot of insecurities, and....I'm working on that area. Get back to me. lol

    Are you really sarcastic?
    Never!

    Are you silly?
    Uh... Yes. I can be.

    Were you shy as a child?
    Yesh.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    I don't know? I'm reserved, yes, but if someone comes up to me and starts talking, I think that I probably come across as being warm and friendly. I try to make an effort to be warm and friendly, anyway...

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?

    That is one of my biggest challenges.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    Never gave this much thought, but I've always felt like an exception to the general population. Maybe that's part of being INFP; maybe that's just me.

    Are you a talented writer?
    No, but I like to write and I'm not an "untalented" writer. Expressing myself on paper is so much easier than doing it verbally. I have in the past written letters to people saying all the things I ever wanted to say to them but could never find the right words to speak them verbally. I love writing poetry, and when I come up with a piece that really says what I feel, it's amazingly satisfying. Also, picking up random books at a bookstore and just drinking in words....Ah. It's like a good cup of tea, only better.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    I've had all sorts of ideas, really! I just have far too many interests.

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    If you are an INFP:
    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?
    When I was a young child I didn't question them, as I got older I lost all respect for my mother (dysfunctional). I'm not sure how much this affected my opinions of other types of authority, but as a teenager I didn't think much of them. Now? Well, I don't like authority and would certainly say it is my general practice to question it.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?
    I really hate this. My response depends on the person and the situation though. If it's someone I know quite well, I'm likely to make some sarcastic remark (this really only happens with my sister, no one else I know well talks down to me). If it's a more distant relation or someone that I know at an acquaintance level then I'm probably most likely to leave or stop talking to them. I'm most likely to be confrontational if someone is talking down to someone else.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?
    Very much so internally, but I hardly ever show it. Even my husband doesn't see much of it. I have a really, really, hard time showing people my emotions - nothing makes me feel more vulnerable. The easiest way for me to express them to other people is through my writing. Which is probably why I don't show many people my writing.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    Hmm I don't think so... mostly what I need in a relationship is talking about interesting things, sharing ideas and stuff. But I'm pretty cruisy in general

    Are you really sarcastic?
    Is water really wet? I don't know who I'd be without sarcasm. Oh wait, yes I do... I'd be boring!

    Are you silly?
    Depends who I'm around. My normal mode has more than a fair amount of silliness, and if I'm around any EPs that gets quadrupled times a million. With ENPs Ne goes into overdrive and we bounce off each other, ESPs (ok, only going by ESFPs here) I feel free to be as silly as my silliest impulses because even then I still can't be as silly as they are (and they seem to like wild Ne stuff, even if they get lost they still have heaps of fun)

    Around SJs I'm serious.... kinda hate it, but can't seem to help myself. I'm around SJs 24/7 right now, really starting to wear on me. This is something I've been trying to work on/understand lately

    Were you shy as a child?
    My parents always told me that I was shy, but I don't know if I actually was, if that makes sense. If there was something I had an opinion on or had thought about something that I heard people discussing, I would tell people what I thought. I was interested. But I got rebuffed so many times that I started keeping my thoughts to myself. Whenever I went somewhere new, I always seemed to make a friend within a short amount of time.

    I wasn't ever afraid to talk to people, if that's what you mean by shyness.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    I've had a few people say that I was snobby, which certainly was not the case. That was quite a shock and actually really hurt. It's one of the things that I feel quite strongly about, not snobbery per say, but more the close mindedness that is associated with it, so being accused of it was quite devastating.

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?
    No, verbal expression has always been easy for me. Honest and dishonest expression; thanks to it I was able to get away with all sorts of things in childhood.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    I never really thought of myself in that way. As a child I did tend to gravitate towards adult conversations, and I had a lot of friends who were substantially older than me, but my best friend was my age.

    Are you a talented writer?
    hehe what a barbed question. I love to write, but too often it seems to degenerate into snarky comments directed at myself, completely pathetic writing and what sort of arrogant asshole would say things like that anyway?
    So please, don't ask me to judge my own writing.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    A writer! lol
    Yes, I'm hopeless.

    Apparently I'm supposed to be grown up already..? And I am a web developer. But I don't like it.

    EDIT: Forgot to say that regarding the sarcasm question, I am extremely conscious of other people's feelings and am *very* careful never to cross the line into anything remotely hurtful. I can't stand that sort of building yourself up and the other person's expense.
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    I got my INTP husband to answer the non-INFP questions, here's what he said:

    If you are not an INFP:

    Do they ever talk too much or too little?
    Mostly enough, sometimes too much.

    Do they seem stuck up?
    No. Completely the opposite - only someone completely ignorant would think this, probably because of their reserved nature (as below).

    Do they seem aloof or just quiet and reserved?
    Quiet and reserved.

    Do you think they come off as emotionally unstable?
    No, not at all.

    In general, how would you profile a male INFP?
    N/A.

    In general, how would you profile a female INFP?
    I would view INFPs in a very general sense as caring and compassionate individuals, always willing to view things from someone else's perspective. Motive is important to them, as well as their sense of morality. They are seldom, if ever dismissive with people's thoughts.

    I believe they are companions in a very true sense. Enthusiastic and motivating. Genuinely caring and selfless.

    They are witty and intelligent, with just the right amount (and that's a large amount) of sarcasm and irony. Deep and abstract.

    They are highly sensitive to their own thoughts and feelings as well as other's. They are sensitive to how other people feel about them and are always conscious of that.


    The flipside? They make the rest of us look like uncaring assholes, damn them.

    I would actually view their biggest weakness is doubt in themselves, doubt in their worth and doubt of their abilities. While this is an affliction most of us have to bear, I believe it's particulary difficult due to their sensitivity on the whole.



    What do you think of INFPs as coworkers, subordinates, or authority figures?
    As with any profile, INFPs have their own strengths and weaknesses. All of the positive things mentioned above are great traits to have in a coworker, subordinate or authority figure.
    Unfortunately these genuinely positive aspects of an INFP have a potential downside. For example, some coworkers and authority figures would most likely take the understanding nature of an INFP for granted, while the INFP may find it difficult to properly rebuke or chastise a subordinate when they themselves were in the role of authority figure. Due to their desire for harmony, I also imagine that a hostile workplace/family/etc would be very taxing to an INFP.


    How do you view INFPs in romantic relationships?
    Very well.
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    ― Fyodor Dostoyevsky

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    Quote Originally Posted by raindancing View Post
    I got my INTP husband to answer the non-INFP questions, here's what he said:

    If you are not an INFP:

    Do they ever talk too much or too little?
    Mostly enough, sometimes too much.

    Do they seem stuck up?
    No. Completely the opposite - only someone completely ignorant would think this, probably because of their reserved nature (as below).

    Do they seem aloof or just quiet and reserved?
    Quiet and reserved.

    Do you think they come off as emotionally unstable?
    No, not at all.

    In general, how would you profile a male INFP?
    N/A.

    In general, how would you profile a female INFP?
    I would view INFPs in a very general sense as caring and compassionate individuals, always willing to view things from someone else's perspective. Motive is important to them, as well as their sense of morality. They are seldom, if ever dismissive with people's thoughts.

    I believe they are companions in a very true sense. Enthusiastic and motivating. Genuinely caring and selfless.

    They are witty and intelligent, with just the right amount (and that's a large amount) of sarcasm and irony. Deep and abstract.

    They are highly sensitive to their own thoughts and feelings as well as other's. They are sensitive to how other people feel about them and are always conscious of that.


    The flipside? They make the rest of us look like uncaring assholes, damn them.

    I would actually view their biggest weakness is doubt in themselves, doubt in their worth and doubt of their abilities. While this is an affliction most of us have to bear, I believe it's particulary difficult due to their sensitivity on the whole.



    What do you think of INFPs as coworkers, subordinates, or authority figures?
    As with any profile, INFPs have their own strengths and weaknesses. All of the positive things mentioned above are great traits to have in a coworker, subordinate or authority figure.
    Unfortunately these genuinely positive aspects of an INFP have a potential downside. For example, some coworkers and authority figures would most likely take the understanding nature of an INFP for granted, while the INFP may find it difficult to properly rebuke or chastise a subordinate when they themselves were in the role of authority figure. Due to their desire for harmony, I also imagine that a hostile workplace/family/etc would be very taxing to an INFP.


    How do you view INFPs in romantic relationships?
    Very well.
    Awww, what a sweet understanding husband you have

    :jealous:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    Awww, what a sweet understanding husband you have

    :jealous:

    I know

    And I even met him on the internet
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    If you are an INFP:

    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?

    i am neither. i do not question authority in any sort of suspicious way, nor do i take issue with someone being "over" me. i'm also not blindly obedient, whatsoever. i constantly observe and evaluate those in leadership over me, respect their position, and act in accordance to it so long as i feel or perceive the relationship to be healthy. i don't feel scared to approach an authority figure with concerns if a certain line is crossed, but i do falter at basic things, like schedule conflicts and the like. i HATE HATE HATE telling my supervisor that one of my shifts conflict with something and will need something changed. however, i speak with great ease concerning a highly unprofessional former manager that i had taken issue with. in the past, i have also quit two jobs on the basis of a disagreement that could not be adequately resolved. i've recently discovered, though, that this is common in my "type".

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?

    if it is a fleeting situation, meaning i will not have future or prolonged contact with that person, i can tune it out. example: the lady in the ticket booth condescending to me concerning my bent metrocard. there were about 10 ways to kindly handle that situation and she hit none of them. i brushed it off, seeing as though i'd probably never run into her again and will have no extended relationship with her. if it is a situation involving someone i will have regular contact with, i will ride it out for a bit and if it continues, eventually say something. people who cannot understand or perform basic human contact, aka: the things you learned in kindergarten, really get my goat. i have very low tolerance for condescension and ridicule.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?

    depends on the emotion, but i've always been told, for better or worse, that i'm one of the most expressive, emotive people around. blah! good emotions erupt pretty freely, despite my best efforts or the company i am in. i go off like an expression geyser when touched or excited or engaged in something. negative reactions tend to stay very far down deep inside of me until i'm alone and then i release them. even in comfortable company, my negative emotional reactions don't rear their ugly heads. don't wanna share the negativity!

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?

    not in the superficial sense. i need a lot of connection-assurance, to know i'm not the only person feeling this or that, to know that i'm not the only one finding inner fulfillment, that i'm not the only one putting myself out there. relationships are risks for me, because i usually become highly invested, so i'd like to be met with equal investment. i don't want pampering, doting, or sweet nothings. that makes me want to puke. also, don't open the door for me and think you've "done it". i'm not that one dimensional.

    Are you really sarcastic?

    oh, dear god, yes.

    Are you silly?

    often.

    Were you shy as a child?

    no. i was like a water hose that was turned on too high and you lost grip of. i flailed around awkwardly, spraying out a bunch of silly nonsense, and was difficult to control. things changed around puberty. that all zapped up pretty quickly and i became extremely introverted. i often wonder if this was a maturity thing, or a reaction to the environment i was in at the time. nature vs nurture.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?

    not necessarily aloof, but a lot of people have considered that i was "out of reach" or "uninterested". it always makes me feel bad because i just think, if you knew what i was really thinking...! so many people have said to me, "you seem like you don't need people..." and i don't. i WANT people, but i like to have control over the when, where, and who of it. i don't want to NEED anyone. i want to want people, simply because of the connection and exchange. it's wonderful!

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?

    yes, painfully. i usually stumble around nervously, attempt to cover my mouth, pull at my clothing, and say a bunch of fragmented thoughts that have a hard time sticking together when put on the spot. if i'm just having a conversation, things will flow pretty naturally, where i can sort of relax, but if i am having to express myself verbally in any sort of business or social setting that is more formal, i flounder. i am much more comfortable writing things down. i once asked a job interviewer if i could finish the interview through email. i didn't get the job. obviously.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?

    no. i've always felt older. only recently have i felt "just right" amongst peers.

    Are you a talented writer?

    i have been told as much. i don't want to say, oh, yes, because i'd sound like a giant donkey (sorry to those who answered "yes". i don't think you're a donkey. this is just my personal opinion). i was an english literature/ theater performance major in college, so i always had a thing for writing / art / etc.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?

    i don't find myself career-minded. i'd just like something where i make a difference in people's lives, can be creative, and connect with all sorts of ideas and thoughts and people of common interest. i would hope to achieve something in theater or writing or film, but we'll see!

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    If you are an INFP:

    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?


    I definitely question authority, especially when I consider it unearned. Often I keep those feelings to myself though (although it comes out publicly more than it should, probably.) When I think the person really deserves the position because of their experience/skills/etc, though, then I generally have no problem with it.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?

    Hate hate hate hate.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?

    Oh, goodness, yes. I react strongly emotionally no matter where I am, I can't help it. I definitely try to keep it less visible in public, though.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?

    Not as far as time-- I like to have lots of time to myself-- but I do need to be reminded often how much my partner cares about me.

    Are you really sarcastic?

    I'd say somewhat sarcastic but not really sarcastic.

    Are you silly?

    Yes, very much with those I'm close to, although I'm often too shy to let it out around people who aren't my friends.

    Were you shy as a child?

    Not at all as a small child, but by my early teens I became very shy and scared of rejection.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?

    I wish I knew!

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?

    Yes, especially when I'm put on the spot, although when I can take the time to write it out in e-mails or letters I can express myself very well.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?

    Hmm, I don't know.

    Are you a talented writer?

    I love to write and I think I'm pretty good at it, yeah.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?

    I want to help change the world and make it a better place.

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