... but I have had strong Js suggest I may be because they tend to project their extremely black and white way of thinking onto everyone else. ...I'm not saying all, or most, Js are like this, but keep in mind that flaws you perceive in people different from you might just be the old J trap of leaping to conclusions on painfully little evidence.
Originally Posted by felt up
Congrats booyalab. I guess this is your roundabout way of insulting me as you deceive me with your complex, compound sentences. How brilliant!
Huh? I'm so confused now. booya made it a point to explain that this was her experience with some Js and it didn't necessarily apply to you. Is there a joke I'm missing, or are you being serious?
She has a good point that most of us have a tendency to see the flaw in the other person before we see it in ourselves. I know I've done that plenty of times.
Aww. It's a national hobby to get offended these days.
"No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer
I thought I understood this thread, but I got lost halfway through.
Well it's simply that felt_up seem to have a grudge atm. Wich is understandable, me also being an INFJ. Hanging around P's for to long usually makes an INFJ go nuts at some time, especially when decisions or something that needs conclusion are so easily approched and we can see the goal but people around one circle around the problem and altogether avoid it. And writing it on a forum in hope of getting empathy is hard considering his approach and will likely just keep spinning the bad circle that the INFJ has got into.
The only way out would be to try to enjoy P's for who they are, don't hang out with them for to long if you can't handle them, seek out other J's instead (for variation). I personally noticed that hanging out with other J's for a long time made me realize and appreciate P's more and the same vice versa.