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    In general, how would you profile a female INFP?

    In reference to that, i can only profile INxP's because thats all i've seen so far, that i can remember.

    Very quiet, like to work on their own, work best on their own, enjoy their space, sometimes have trouble with definite solutions to problems to do with emotions, as far as i can tell.

    Have alot of respect for people in their own right, like to get to know people and keep it that way.

    Tend to defer from questions that contain Why's and How's about themselves.

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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?
    depends on if I think the authority figure is being fair.
    I seem to question a lot of "authority figures" around here though..

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?
    I'd probably be like, "well, aren't you a hot shot?" or "oh, buzz off"

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

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    I need a good bit, yeah

    Are you really sarcastic?
    I'm not usually sarcastic, I'm usually only sarcastic if I'm in a good mood and someone else is being sarcastic.

    Are you silly?
    yeah

    Were you shy as a child?
    yeah, but now people swear I'm an extrovert

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    yes!

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?
    with people I don't know.. yeah.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    no, sometimes I feel smarter than them.. and it's usually true.

    Are you a talented writer?
    not exactly, but let's just say, It's easier than talking.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    I want a be a marine biologist/singer/photographer all at once!!

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    I'm INxP. Close enough?

    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?
    I'm not against authority in general, but most authority figures don't seem to deserve their power and I don't have much respect for and question them.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?
    In a seemingly "funny" way. I keep the true me inside.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?
    Can be very intense emotionally. I try to remain calm and basically seem like a cold person in public. With somebody I'm very close to, I may end up very emotional though even at those times I attempt to limit it.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    Varies. Depending on the situation, I either require all the attention I can get or don't want anything at all.

    Are you really sarcastic?
    Yes.

    Are you silly?
    Yep, when I'm feeling comfortable

    Were you shy as a child?
    I was very shy, but have lately been able to overcome it a bit. I'm still highly introverted - just more confident.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    Sometimes

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?
    Big part of my thinking consist of images and all kinds of abstact... stuff... and it can be troublesome converting it into language. As a result I fumble with speaking. I'm, however, a talented writer. It just takes lots of time and editing.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    I've always felt myself smarter, more mature even, despite being quite of a laid-back and silly person. On the other hand, sometimes I've also felt younger, much younger. Never quite the same.

    Are you a talented writer?
    I consider myself to be one, yes. I could still be better.

    Alot better.
    And even then - bit more.

    Also depends on the inspiration.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    Assassin, private investigator, author, psychologist, artist...

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    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive?I respect authority as it's needed many times. I usually get along with any authority figure, but that's not much because I usually get along with everyone. However, I do question authority and I cannot say I am "submissive". I know that there are some people who do not deserve their position and abuse their authority, however I do respect authority. I cannot say I am "submissive" but I can say I do follow the directions of most authority, especially when I believe it is well deserved. In summary, I respect authority, but I don't feel the need to follow every word of authority figures.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?

    I respond very negatively to it, and it is one of the things which annoy me very much. I just don't understand why people would do that. I may not be the best person, but please not anyone suggest that I am less than them. I certainly know that I am not more, and I also certainly know that I am not less. The quality of my talents does not matter because that does not constitute the value of life.

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?
    I would say I am very emotionally reactive to some issues, but not so much to others. I also take emotionally reactive as meaning reacting greatly with emotions, because even if something might astound or anger me I try to hold it down, unless it is really just plain unacceptable where I will probably utter a few words of unbelief and feel tears in my eyes for I never get much with anger without it turning into crying. If I do choose to react emotionally physically, it is only with people I am comfortable with, and that doesn't mean I have to be in an enclosed space with that person, as long my interest is kept only to the conversation, for all I'm concerned it is only me and that person.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    I would hate to say it, but yes I do think I need a lot of attention in relationships. I easily feel as if I'm ignored because I am ignored most of the time. (Pause: We are talking about any relationship here, right, not just romantic relationship? If not, well that's what I'm talking about.) I really would like to people to listen to me because I think I have done a lot of listening. I rarely do get my opinion out, and close relationships are the only way they are going to be out. It feels lonely when I have no one to say something which means to much to me.

    Are you really sarcastic?
    Maybe...I am really much more sarcastic in the Internet, but I tend to not use sarcasm regularly...I take that back. I am sarcastic to really close friends but I would not dare cause any conflicts by people misinterpreting my sarcasm, which happens a lot when I do use it. I also love sarcasm in others, in books, and just about anything. I really don't know why. It's just so amusing.

    Are you silly?
    It depends upon which definition of silly you accept and up to what extent do you consider a person silly. I guess I am a bit childish and silly, but that is kept to myself and close friends. I am in no way will try to attract any attention by doing something fairly stupid. I also don't wish to pronounce to the world that I am that way. I'd rather live at Fairyland and fool people I live here. It's certainly much more amusing than actually living here.

    Were you shy as a child?
    Hmm...I still consider myself I a child so would this question apply for me. If you define childhood as before 13, then I guess I can answer. Yes, I was very shy when I was younger, so much that when I was in front of an audience, I could hardly speak and my voice would start to noticeably shake. However, I have broken that trait in a few occasions. We were acting out a mini-play in 2nd grade, was given the main role, and I decided to give it my serious best. To everyone's surprise I actually acted it out with the energy and attitude of the character. Also I have been to several pageants, one time getting an award, but I was still pretty nervous. I certainly could say I am much less shy today as well as that I used certainly in this post too much.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    Yes, this happens a lot, and it's not very fun as when somebody starts to tell me I'm quiet, I am intentionally going to be quiet to that person unless that person feels that I actually hate them, which seems to also happen many times.

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?
    Of course. Actually of course wouldn't fit as a proper answer but I did not want for the first word of my reply to be "yes" again. Anyway, yes I do have a hard time expressing myself verbally. Though it may seem cliche to say it, I can say it in no other way, that words are not enough to tell the world how I feel. Certainly my thoughts are beyond expressing and language is an invention which is not advanced enough to express every human thought.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    I don't think I ever feel exactly the same mental age as my peers. It is either that I feel older than them, like their way too immature to be this age, as I don't hold myself to their standards, but hold them to mine, or it is that I feel that I am too irresponsible, shy, and unsocial for them. Actually it is not just two ways I feel, but I think there is a third category in which I feel that I just simply do not have the thinking, mind, and species of my peers.

    Are you a talented writer?
    I can't say I am a talented writer because not only would that be bragging, but also lying. I live in constant writer's block with a few inspirations, and I always found it hard to express any feeling to any outside form. Writing is definitely easier than talking as it allows me the time that I need, but my limited vocabulary and skill just hinders me to tell my message in the beautifully intertwined words of poets.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. If anybody wants to suggest a career to me feel free, but I cannot decide anything. I want a job which fits my small amount of talents but pays enough money so I can take care of my family (family as in parents, not husband and children, maybe that but unlikely). I feel like I lack talent in areas I want to be doing and lack interest in those which I could be doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindyrella View Post
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    I am an INTJ but I have an INFP sister.
    Also I have some "S" types in my family and
    I can tell you what THEY think of my INFP sister.
    Keep in mind that any type is only going to be about 85% accurate in "classifying" someone.
    There are other factors that make you uniquely you.
    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?
    My sister used to drive me NUTS with this!
    I used to have to babysit her. I am 4 years older. It was just the 2 of us.
    She NEVER LISTENED to anything I told her to do.
    Well, that's somewhat understandable with siblings,
    but she has NO FEAR of my mother! (of whom I was deathly afraid).
    Even now, she will pretend to obey my mother to appease her,
    but then do whatever she wants anyway.
    This offends me because I actually DO what my mother says
    (most of the time - I AM 48 years old now.)
    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?
    Can't answer that except I know my sister HATES pity.
    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?
    My sister has to really be pushed to show feelings in public, some hot button has to be touched.
    I used to be amazed though at how she could let tears flow so easily in front of others-
    in situations where I would have held mine in.
    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    My sister appears to be more of a giver than a receiver.
    Are you really sarcastic?
    My sister hates sarcasm.
    Are you silly?
    Her silliness drives me insane.
    I HATE to be teased. She loves to tease.
    Were you shy as a child?
    She says she was shy.
    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    Aren't NFs too warm to be perceived as aloof?
    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?
    My sister hardly ever spoke at all when she was young.
    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    Don't know.
    Are you a talented writer?
    My sister doesn't write much.
    She's good at writing a thank you note and making it warm and personal.
    She's more into reading.
    Her gift is decorating her house and making costumes for her kids.
    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    She has always loved books.
    She got her Master's in Library Science,
    and she is a librarian at the middle school in town.

    If you are not an INFP:

    Do they ever talk too much or too little?
    Hmmm... I don't think so.
    However, if you want to know what an I is thinking, you must ask them.
    Do they seem stuck up?
    I don't know of any who think so.
    Do they seem aloof or just quiet and reserved?
    My sister is quiet.
    Do you think they come off as emotionally unstable?
    Unstable? No.
    However, I have found a lot of INxPs believe in "conspiracy theories".
    This makes most of the S-types around them think they are illogical and unintelligent.
    My sister is one of the people with the least amount of common sense that I know.
    Her ideas are just plain impractical and have nothing to do with efficiency.
    This bothers practical or efficient people.
    In general, how would you profile a male INFP?

    In general, how would you profile a female INFP?
    I would look it up in a good book like Do What You Are by Paul Tieger and Barbara Barron.
    What do you think of INFPs as coworkers, subordinates, or authority figures?
    I don't have any practical experience with this.
    I know my sister is an asset to the school.
    I know she works in her spare time to reach her own personal ideal of what she wants the quality of her work to be.
    She sacrifices herself without counting the cost.
    How do you view INFPs in romantic relationships?
    She has told me that several - if not all -
    of her boyfriends were INTPs and somehow it always ended badly.
    She's married to an ISTJ and I think they go well together.
    If she would let her husband lead more, their household would be better balanced.
    She has to learn to trust him - especially where she is weak and he is strong.

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

    It depends on whether they are authoritative or authoritarian. I prefer to be led, not pushed or dragged.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?

    I hate it; it annoys the living daylights out of me. Sometimes I play along to lull them into a false sense of security... then I wait for an opportunity to pounce.

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

    In order to survive my childhood, I had to learn how to hold my cards close to the chest. Inwardly I can be seething while outwardly I project calm.


    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?


    It depends... I prefer a slow and steady and/or intermittent stream of attention vs. sudden bursts. Too much attention and I back away. Not enough and I start to feel needy.

    Are you really sarcastic?

    I don't think so, and I haven't been called that for a long time.

    Are you silly?

    Yes, very much so. Daily and deliberately. It keeps me sane and healthy.

    Were you shy as a child?


    Yes, but I overcompensated by being obnoxious.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?

    Yes, I've been called "stuck up" before.


    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?


    It depends on whether I feel safe and comfortable with my audience. Also, if my energy is low my words start to stumble, I may ramble or clam up. I've been known to stutter when I feel pressured.

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


    When I was a child I felt older. Now I act/feel much younger.

    Are you a talented writer?

    Not in a linear sense; I like to write a haiku a day.

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

    Nomad/Troubadour/Hermit
    Last edited by anii; 10-04-2007 at 01:35 AM.

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    I'll go ahead and answer... I usually "test out" as an INTP, but reading experiences and thoughts from others here and on INTPc, I identify as much with the INFP's as the INTP's. So who knows - probably some sort of INxP.

    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. In general, I think that I respond to most people pretty well, as long as I believe that I'm liked and respected. I would say that I question authority but am very rarely confrontational about it - if I have a disagreement with an authority figure, I'm much more likely to try to prove my case and try to work things out or be silent and stew.


    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?

    This rarely happens to me - but when it does I despise it. My reactions tend to be either to shut up and wait until I can leave or try to explain my point of view and why I think I'm right... although my explanation can often sound lame in hindsight (even though I'm still right ).

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with?
    I would say not in public - if I can help it. When I was little, I was the kid who cried a lot, and got the "little boys shouldn't cry speech" on a number of occasions. In general I'm pretty reserved, but things can set me off occasionally.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?
    If you're talking romantic relationships, I haven't got enough experience to really provide much of an opinion. My guess is that most of what I need is to *feel* loved/liked, and as long as that overall state is maintained more or less continuously, the "little things" wouldn't be so important - or even necessarily desired. Call me "low maintenance, but don't take me for granted." As for friendships, I think I'm pretty much the same way - as long as I'm not ignored or mistreated I'm pretty happy.

    Are you really sarcastic?
    I can be, but I'm rarely mean about it. I'll be nastily sarcastic when I'm thinking about myself (internal-dialogue), but not to others. My sarcasm tends to be more light-hearted. "Too bad about this weather" on a beautiful day, etc.

    Are you silly?
    Occasionally - not really that often, though.

    Were you shy as a child?
    Yes. I did fine with things like public speaking or acting in plays, but put me in a social situation and I'd clam up or simply leave. I still do that, more or less, when in crowds or with people I don't know.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?
    Probably - it's hard for me to know. I've had people tell me that I just don't seem interested socially, even when I am. It simply takes me a very long time to get comfortable with people, and it wouldn't surprise me if I'm misunderstood.

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?
    Yes. I frequently get tongue-tied and have to stop what I'm saying and start over when talking to people.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers?
    Hmm - not particularly. I'm not sure this question applies to me so much now, as I'm in my mid-30's and those sorts of things just don't mean as much at my age. When I was younger, I considered myself more mature than average, but not unusually so. Academically, I was usually ahead of my age group, but again, not uniquely so.

    Are you a talented writer?
    I'd like to think so, but it's not something that I've done enough of to really say. Most of my writing is more technical in nature (at work) and I believe that I do well there, but I would rather write fiction, and I've not done much of it lately.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)?
    How flattering! Sort of like getting carded going into a bar/casino . I guess that I can't really deny that I'm "grown up" chronologically, but if I could do anything, it would be a novelist - having said that, I enjoy the design and development parts of my job as a computer programmer (if only I could escape the politics).

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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?
    if someone tells me to do something i usually feel inclined to do the opposite, just to spite them. i HATE HATE HATE giving other people the idea that they have some kind of control over me, even if it is only in their minds.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you?

    depending on how well i know the person, i will either point it out or just associate with them less. i can't stand it.

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

    i am always emotionally reactive, i just don't show it much in public. also i've kind of "trained myself" to not care what strangers think of me and am able to talk myself out of hurt feelings from situations like that fairly easily. but if someone close to me hurts me i can go into a funk for days....

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships?

    i don't need someone telling me constantly that they love me, but i like it when my partner helps me out with things, and reacts to me in a way that makes me feel respected. it has a lot more to do with my feelings than their actions. depending on the person, some actions could be too much, where another person doing the same could be not enough. wtf, right?

    Are you really sarcastic?
    yes. i love sarcasm.

    Are you silly?

    all the time! silliness and sarcasm are my two favorite pastimes. of all time. in a humid clime......

    Were you shy as a child?
    very. i was terrified to order something at a restaurant at the age of 7. the store clerks were judging me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *ahem*

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness?

    yes. friends of friends especially tend to dislike me fairly quickly unless i get really drunk around them often...


    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally?

    yes. in the moment, i just blunder over my words and make no sense. but if i can express what i want in writing, it usually comes out much clearer

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

    umm... i don't know. i always felt the need to APPEAR mature, but i think that has more to do with my parents. sometimes i did, especially in middle school, especially when we watched stupid movies like "titanic" and "boys and girls"... i was just like... "this is retarded................."

    but i talk like an uneducated bum, so i guess i can't go around feeling too mature...

    Are you a talented writer?
    i think so. i wrote a paper for a friend once, and his professor said it was one of the best papers he'd ever read. i LOVE to write, so i hope i'm good at it... lol

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

    i want to be a psychologist. hands down. the human psyche fascinates me, and being able to help people out of their darkest times really appeals to me. so yes. psychologist.

    but NOT psychiatrist.. because really... prescribing drugs solves very little most of the time...
    its so easy to laugh, its so easy to hate...
    it takes guts to be gentle and kind

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    If you are not an INFP:

    Do they ever talk too much or too little?
    i think they are a perfect match for one-on-one conversations with INTP's

    Do they seem stuck up?
    they can be unwilling to compromise on their beliefs which to some could seem as stuck up

    Do they seem aloof or just quiet and reserved?
    quiet and reserved in most social settings (excluding groups of close friends) that do not involve discussions around morals/ethics etc

    Do you think they come off as emotionally unstable?
    no, just sensitive

    In general, how would you profile a male INFP?
    not sure

    In general, how would you profile a female INFP?
    how would i describe them? or how would i be able to type them as an INFP?

    What do you think of INFPs as coworkers, subordinates, or authority figures?
    they can be the glue that keeps an organization together so i'd say positive as a colleague and a subordinate. less fit as my superior unless they love to argue and don't take it personal. they should also be able to live with less-than-perfect decisions. if they can't, it could be problematic.

    How do you view INFPs in romantic relationships?
    how much time do you have?
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    Default I am an INFP...

    How do you respond to authority figures in your life? Do you generally question authority or are you pretty submissive? While I was a child, my teachers loved me because I was the most well-behaved little girl. I tried hard to please them and did well in my tests. As an adult, I'm pretty submissive and respectful, however, when I was in a relationship with my past boyfriend, I could really get in his face when he was wrong (he had done some pretty unrespectable things in his past), and I could state my case well. :steam: He was an ISTJ policeman, so sometimes that was not a good thing, however, we had lasted 9 years (until I couldn't take him anymore). The problem was that I had idealized his position as a police officer, and I expected him to be the most respectable one. Once he knocked himself off that pedestal that I had built him on, than I couldn't respect him anymore.

    How do you respond to someone talking down to you? I have a very hard time biting my tongue, especially when I know what kind of person he is or what kind of things he has done in his past (I know, that is bad). I do better now because I am really trying to learn from other's constructive criticisms, especially if it is done lovingly. If it's not, watch out! I work in a male-dominated field (electric and gas construction - management), so I have to play tough a lot and make sure that the males never get to me (it's very draining).

    Are you very emotionally reactive? If so, are you emotionally reactive in public or just with those you are comfortable with? In the past, I have been emotionally reactive (a real crybaby), and if I was very angry, I would have bit the heads off of the ones I love, of course, in private. Last year, I did get in the face of a group of black teenagers at Wal-mart who were loudly cursing in front of a small child and an older lady. I shut them up, and I walked away steaming mad. I couldn't believe I did that.

    Do you need a lot of attention in relationships? When I was younger and more insecure, I use to feel sad if my sweetheart didn't pay much attention to me. Now, it doesn't bother me much. I just read now or go listen to something that I love to listen to. I do need to know that I am loved and needed.

    Are you really sarcastic? I can be very, very sarcastic. I am also very self-depreciating, but I have toned that down quite a bit over the years.

    Are you silly? When I am anywhere in the world, I am all smiles, all serious, and very business-like. But when I am relaxed at home with my family or my friends, I just let down my hair and can be terribly goofy! Business folks have no idea how goofy I am! It seems to me that I have the weirdest sense of humor... I can't tell a joke to save my life, but I absolutely love to hear a good joke! I also love the most silly (read: childish) things on TV (IE: My Name is Earl, Scrubs, Family Guy, Three Stooges) I mostly enjoy watching the shows that get me on the floor, laughing, until my side aches! :yim_rolling_on_the_

    Were you shy as a child? I was very reserved; smiling all the time but very, very reserved. I am the kid (and now adult) who is in the corner, smiling (read: amused), while people-watching.

    Do people mistake your reservedness for aloofness? I hope not! I think most people consider me quiet, respectful, polite, and shy... of course, until they talk with me! I am still always respectful and polite, though.

    Do you have a hard time expressing yourself verbally? Yes and no. I am way better verbalizing now than when I was younger, however I still do much better when I can write everything I need to write out.

    Have you always felt as though you were at the same mental age as your chronological peers? When I was younger... never; I have always thought I was mentally older. Today, I feel like I am the same as others.

    Are you a talented writer? I am not sure; some people that I know have stated that I am. I know that I express myself the best through writing.

    What do you want to be when you grow up (career)? I want to become a healer through massage therapy, trigger-point therapy, and reflexology. I refuse to spend $19K to become certified, so my future husband, family, church family, and friends will be the beneficiary of my obsession to heal.
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