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    They are hard to spot, but you may already know one. I recently just found out that one of my good friends that I have known for a while from working with her in a satirical publication at my university is an INFJ. In hindsight, most of her aspects are textbook INFJ, but back then I never really noticed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    What kind?
    animal rights

    animal welfare groups would probably have a fair few infjs floating round in them too

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    Oh...great to find someone else who has actually seen it! For some reason, here in the States it did not go over as well? I think it's just some people have bad taste, lol.
    Glad you agree...there was such depth in that film. Nice.

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    Where you find an INFJ depends on their interests. I'd go with anything having to do with the arts or books though.

    As an INFJ female, I can tell you that strangers talking to me puts me into "freak out" mode, but if you start talking about something that interests me, it'll be like we've been BBFs since childhood. Really, I spent an entire semester in college never talking in a class until I had to... the last class, someone mentioned a show I loved dearly that wasn't well known and I physically got up and jumped into their conversation.

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    Hmmm interesting one.. I've got a few INFJ female friends and apparently all of us really have the 'tell me what's wrong' sign plastered on our foreheads.

    The absolute easiest way to find an INFJ i think is to have a problem (counterproductive, though) and take a look around, checking who seems to be the most willing to hear you out and listen to your troubles..


    And for one thing I highly doubt that you'll be able to properly spot INFJs in huge social functions like in clubs or at a prom. I'm not sure about the entire population but personally I get overloaded by these situations. Not that I can't function, but most of my INFJ characteristics are masked very well. So finding an INFJ here would probably be a matter of pure luck.


    Of course on the flipside, sterotypes like 'they only exist on garden front porches reading books' obviously are untrue. But i really feel that finding an INFJ is not hinged on where they are, but what they do. A last point I feel is that INFJ's make very very good listeners when others are talking about themselves.


    If you ever get into a situation when you're talking about yourself, the person who holds your eye contact, nods along, emphatises and really really shows that she is caring is very likely to be the INFJ you're looking for.



    Hope this helps =)

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    Try Barnes and Noble. I'm a female INFJ an believe me, I am there ALL THE TIME, having Starbucks and reading.

    Also, Paris. It is a stereotype, but from my experience a lot of French people are INFJs. I think this is why so many people just do not understand them. I went there and was shocked at how many people were just like me. I'm a French/English major.

    But be careful - I'm quick to detect people's motives, and relationships of any kind are not taken lightly. My friends are people I would die for, they are like my siblings. So, getting to that point takes a lot of time.

    I've had to be more extroverted in college, otherwise I would sit in my apartment all day, reading in isolation... I love people, so I've learned to speak up more. Asking an INFJ an interesting question is a good way to not scare her off.

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    Half Price Books.

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    I'm male, but here are a few places where the probability of finding an INFJ are high.

    1) Higher education (University or local/community colleges).
    a) Astronomy
    b) Photography
    c) Psychology (try a specific psych course like 'Personal & Social Adjustment').
    d) Creative writing courses (script, drama, fiction)
    e) Music courses (try piano)
    f) Art History (as a few others mentioned earlier)

    2) Community events
    a) Poetry readings
    b) Theater Productions
    c) Local art shows/ exhibits
    d) Farmer's Market (early morning = higher chance because of smaller crowds)
    e) Music events (Jazz festivals and Concerto/Symphony/Classical music = high probability).

    3) General Locations
    a) Museums & Art Galleries
    b) Book Stores
    c) Thrift stores
    d) Organic food stores
    e) Libraries
    f) Parks & scenic outdoor locations
    g) Music section (Movie Soundtracks)

    These are probably the best places to find an INFJ and have time to interact with him/her since we are out exploring... other times, we are usually only out to complete a task and want to return home as soon as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamaze13 View Post
    Also, Paris. It is a stereotype, but from my experience a lot of French people are INFJs. I think this is why so many people just do not understand them.


    Quelle abasourdissante généralisation!
    (What a sweeping generalisation!)

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    - Alone at the vegan restaurant, ordering takeout.
    - Alone at the organic coffee shop, reading Rimbaud while the Social Interaction book lies beside her orange scone.
    - Watching an indie film in the town's only art house theater, possibly with a girlfriend.
    - Riding a bicycle in modest dress, most likely alone.
    - At the Belle & Sebastian concert, with a huge smile on her face when Stuart Murdoch goes falsetto. If tickets were expensive, she's there alone.
    - If they're in a crowd and waiting for something, they are likely fake texting to kill time.

    I kid a little bit, but there is some truth in there.

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