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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    I'm really doubting being an INFP 'cause I don't really lead a 'happy-go-lucky' life, where everything just seems so... 'awesome'.

    And on being an ISFJ, - I don't want to live entirely for other people...
    Wait, where have you read THAT about INFPs?

    It sounds like you are buying into some stereotypes here, rather than realizing there is much variation within each type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Wait, where have you read THAT about INFPs?

    It sounds like you are buying into some stereotypes here, rather than realizing there is much variation within each type.
    please explain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    please explain?
    Well, your last post seems to imply that all INFPs lead a "happy-go-lucky" life, and think "everything seems so awesome" and that all ISFJs live entirely for other people. Those seem like stereotypes rather than actual descriptions, and not even very accurate ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    I'm really doubting being an INFP 'cause I don't really lead a 'happy-go-lucky' life, where everything just seems so... 'awesome'.

    And on being an ISFJ, - I don't want to live entirely for other people...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Well, your last post seems to imply that all INFPs lead a "happy-go-lucky" life, and think "everything seems so awesome" and that all ISFJs live entirely for other people. Those seem like stereotypes rather than actual descriptions, and not even very accurate ones.
    "mundane objects come to life" "INFPs never seem to lose their sense of wonder" ,etc, -

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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    ISFJ??? seriously??? ISFJ?... wow...

    I seem more aloof, constantly thinking about the future, not much of a 'present' person..

    anyways, ISFJ's are characterized by their 'need to be needed', I'm not a total other-centered kinda person either.

    I'm not as good as facts as my ESFJ mother, and I don't consider myself to be like her, - for one, - I can tell when she is being too forgiving of people, and I'm not comfortable with that and I'm less of a drama-queen - maybe in my head I am sorta.
    I think you need to talk to some of the ISFJs on this forum rather than relying on stereotypes and poorly written type descriptions, because nothing you said relates at all to what ISFJs tend to be like.

    Being an sj is not a character flaw, you know, despite what you may hear on some forums...I'm not sure why you're shocked that isxj was brought up when you said you feel very strongly about Si.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post


    Happy-go-lucky?
    let me rephrase that - uhrmm.... retarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    let me rephrase that - uhrmm.... retarded.

    LOL! Sense of wonder, mundane objects come to life, happy-go-lucky? Perhaps when life isn't beating you over the head with a crowbar. :rolli:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    LOL! Sense of wonder, mundane objects come to life, happy-go-lucky? Perhaps when life isn't beating you over the head with a crowbar. :rolli:
    You put that on yourself. - wow, - you're 40 and you still don't understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    You put that on yourself. - wow, - you're 40 and you still don't understand.
    I understand. But, all that description crap is way too generalized. So I look at MBTI, and all personality descriptions, as flawed, sometimes semi-accurate, pseudo-science. That you shouldn't let affect your day to day life as much as some people apparently do. I take it all with a whole shaker of salt, and a lot of amusement.

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