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    Senior Member Scott N Denver's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    haha....the most love INFPs get is from other INFPs
    woohoo us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I happen to know that I appear cold and uncaring, "bad attitude" on the outside until people get to know me, if they take the time to get to know me and if I am willing to let them into my inner circle. It's very, very hard for me to extrovert emotion when I do not know people well. People think I am cold, aloof, pissed off, etc. (Conversely when I am mad and say so, they don't believe me!)
    this is completely the same for me.
    and it seems to drive my enfj friend more crazy than anyone else.
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    They can be weird, and staunch in their beliefs, but FPs tend to be lovers, not haters.

    I especially love how exotically strange the INFPs are, simply from another planet, this breed is.

    (I bet you they are the kinkiest in teh sack too )
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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I've found with the Fi types I know that they are outwardly warmer and more demonstrative than me, yet inwardly more distant.
    How many IFP here have gotten the "You're too intense" thing from people when you really opened up?

    I know I have.

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    Thank you all. Very informative and helpful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    How many IFP here have gotten the "You're too intense" thing from people when you really opened up?

    I know I have.
    Hmmmph, yeah! It's always "you seem so self-contained!" or "your just so INTENSE!!!!" Where is the middle ground people, where is the middle ground?

    I don't usually get called cold, but instead "self-contained and non-demonstrative." When I'm called cold its usually by T's though. Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    Thank you all. Very informative and helpful!
    Have we answered your questions or is it more like seeing things from the other side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    Hmmmph, yeah! It's always "you seem so self-contained!" or "your just so INTENSE!!!!" Where is the middle ground people, where is the middle ground?

    I don't usually get called cold, but instead "self-contained and non-demonstrative." When I'm called cold its usually by T's though. Go figure.
    Yes, Te types seem to take the most offense at my "coldness" but I am female so I think that's why they use the word cold, a more negative connotation than self-contained because women are supposed to be not

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Yes, Te types seem to take the most offense at my "coldness" but I am female so I think that's why they use the word cold, a more negative connotation than self-contained because women are supposed to be not
    Also, at my workplace and ones in the past, people get on "nerd trips" which I refuse to do [for the most part anyways, and usually even those I keep to myself], so I think they see me as uptight and unemotional cuz, unlike them, I'm not displaying affection for the latest iPhone, WoW, D&D, the newest computer processor, or goodness only knows what all else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    Hmmmph, yeah! It's always "you seem so self-contained!" or "your just so INTENSE!!!!" Where is the middle ground people, where is the middle ground?

    I don't usually get called cold, but instead "self-contained and non-demonstrative." When I'm called cold its usually by T's though. Go figure.
    Like Heart says, this is probably because you are a man and we are women. Different expectations from society....

    I agree with that first paragraph....I just can't find the middle ground
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