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    Sugar Hiccup OrangeAppled's Avatar
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    I thought INFPs were known for seeming quite stoic to strangers, and very emotional with the few people they let in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I thought INFPs were known for seeming quite stoic to strangers, and very emotional with the few people they let in.
    Okay, for me this is kinda true. Ish. I hate seeming stoic, though, so when I get into stoic mode (which is more like "I don't know what to say to strangers" mode) I feel like a complete jerk and do everything I can to prove to the stranger that I'm not really an aloof loner. I got accused of being a snob once, and it just made me sad inside. Besides, being stoic and then getting emotionally heated over something makes me look hot-headed, too. Which I'm not. At all! So I try not to be misleading, and make myself act a little outside my comfort zone.
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    Yes. It seems to be the go to response by my family anytime I am offended by their words or actions. It is very frustrating.

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    Yes, all the time lol

    At this point in my life I'm finding people who accept sensitivity as a valuable personal trait, mostly my creative writing and English professors, but I still hear some kind of comment on my heightened sensitivity pretty often.

    I like being sensitive, better that than the alternative
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    Honor Thy Inferior Such Irony's Avatar
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    Can T's play too? I'm close on T/F

    In all honesty, I'm pretty sensitive. Most of my coworkers and friends and acquaintances don't see me as particularly sensitive or insensitive. Just kinda average. My mom though, thinks sometimes I'm overly sensitive about certain stuff. I guess, I try to hide alot of my vulnerabilities inside, sharing them only with select people.

    I don't take criticism very well. Even constructive criticism, better give me alot of positives to go with it so it's easier to take.

    I rarely cry over books or movies but there are a few that have caused me to tear up. There are a few songs that have that effect too.
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    yes, but i think i get called the opposite a lot more often.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    Can T's play too? I'm close on T/F

    In all honesty, I'm pretty sensitive. Most of my coworkers and friends and acquaintances don't see me as particularly sensitive or insensitive. Just kinda average. My mom though, thinks sometimes I'm overly sensitive about certain stuff. I guess, I try to hide alot of my vulnerabilities inside, sharing them only with select people.

    I don't take criticism very well. Even constructive criticism, better give me alot of positives to go with it so it's easier to take.

    I rarely cry over books or movies but there are a few that have caused me to tear up. There are a few songs that have that effect too.
    I can relate to a lot of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I thought INFPs were known for seeming quite stoic to strangers, and very emotional with the few people they let in.
    In my own experience, definitely, yes.

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