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    I tend to look like I'm lost, but that might just be me. My son, who is probably not an INFJ, has the same lost look.

    I seem to come off cold or stuck up or just weird because I don't emote much unless something I'm passionate about comes up.

    I really don't think the world is against me. They just don't have a freaking clue what box to put me in. Some folks find that troublesome. I find it troublesome, too. Sometimes it would be nice to have a comfy box to fit into.
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    my mother has an almost pissed/confused/analyzing/ detached expression all the time but these ice blue, insanely sparkly eyes that say a million things and and know everything.
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    You might not be thinking of all INFJ's. Not every single one is alike in every way you know. No one is exactly the same. What you see may just be sparks of personality.
    So he said to me "I love you, just not the way you want me to." I hit him, because he lied to me.

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    I'm pretty sure that I'm an INFJ. What I'm hearing here though doesn't seem to fit with me. I think if anything I'm pretty animated and if I'm excited about something, it is very hard to keep my eyebrows still. Unfortunately that occasionally has resulted in people assuming I am flirting with them when in fact, I usually only would do that around the people I am not interested in flirting with. Around people who know me well, sometimes I actually wish I were better able to hide how I feel. Sometimes I know that if someone sees my eyes, they will see exactly what I'm thinking or I'll not be able to hold tears back when I am trying to. I guess my expression deadens up when I'm in a large group setting where I don't have much in common and I don't feel comfortable or if I've spent several days around people with no breaks and so momentarily have to escape into my head. I'm not sure how I look then. So maybe it does partially depend on how well I know people for what range of expression shows on my face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I'm pretty sure that I'm an INFJ. What I'm hearing here though doesn't seem to fit with me. I think if anything I'm pretty animated and if I'm excited about something, it is very hard to keep my eyebrows still. Unfortunately that occasionally has resulted in people assuming I am flirting with them when in fact, I usually only would do that around the people I am not interested in flirting with. I guess my expression deadens up when I'm in a large group setting where I don't have much in common and I don't feel comfortable or if I've spent several days around people with no breaks and so momentarily have to escape into my head. I'm not sure how I look then.
    The very same thing has happened to me, don't worry. I'm very eccentric, and people will always get the wrong idea if I were to talk to them a lot, or move a certain way. I'm almost always saying something and then making a body movement to make my words more visual. *sigh* People...lol
    So he said to me "I love you, just not the way you want me to." I hit him, because he lied to me.

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    People often say I look sad, confused, depressed, moody.

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    People often have commented that I have a twinkle in my eye. or it is the most prominent feature on my face. They are a bit large and protruding. I do seems to have the same facial expression specially when it comes to photographs and hardly show whether I'm sad or happy and show a big gleaming smile.Often people say that I'm so happy go lucky when in fact I'm really sad about something.
    Over the years I guess I have developed the habit of concealing the emotion to everyone except my mother and still she doesn't know 100%. She only gets a clue coz I remove my mask at times.

    I guess this mask is a vital for an INFJ coz otherwise people tend to abuse our sensitivity...That happens to me alot coz I'm so accomodating..

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I'm pretty sure that I'm an INFJ. What I'm hearing here though doesn't seem to fit with me. I think if anything I'm pretty animated and if I'm excited about something, it is very hard to keep my eyebrows still. Unfortunately that occasionally has resulted in people assuming I am flirting with them when in fact, I usually only would do that around the people I am not interested in flirting with. Around people who know me well, sometimes I actually wish I were better able to hide how I feel. Sometimes I know that if someone sees my eyes, they will see exactly what I'm thinking or I'll not be able to hold tears back when I am trying to. I guess my expression deadens up when I'm in a large group setting where I don't have much in common and I don't feel comfortable or if I've spent several days around people with no breaks and so momentarily have to escape into my head. I'm not sure how I look then. So maybe it does partially depend on how well I know people for what range of expression shows on my face.
    That sounds like the INFJ girls I know IRL. Moderately expressive, and unwittingly attracting all kinds of male attention.

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    But the male attention being attracted is often odd male attention! How come? I can see the being-too-nice-to-outcasts-that-others-don't-tolerate thing cropping up after talking, but it seems to happen even before any talking occurs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I'm pretty sure that I'm an INFJ. What I'm hearing here though doesn't seem to fit with me. I think if anything I'm pretty animated and if I'm excited about something, it is very hard to keep my eyebrows still. Unfortunately that occasionally has resulted in people assuming I am flirting with them when in fact, I usually only would do that around the people I am not interested in flirting with. Around people who know me well, sometimes I actually wish I were better able to hide how I feel. Sometimes I know that if someone sees my eyes, they will see exactly what I'm thinking or I'll not be able to hold tears back when I am trying to. I guess my expression deadens up when I'm in a large group setting where I don't have much in common and I don't feel comfortable or if I've spent several days around people with no breaks and so momentarily have to escape into my head. I'm not sure how I look then. So maybe it does partially depend on how well I know people for what range of expression shows on my face.
    i think that makes sense.

    I know some INFJ females who are very "flat/cold" in general in their approach with people.

    However, I also know a lot of INFJ females IRL who are animated around people they know -- voice inflection, facial expressions, etc.

    I think context has a lot to do with it.

    I do know INFJs are great at maintaining composure when they want to do so (out of all the NFs). They can be very tough nuts to crack.
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