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    Unhappy i really do despise this INFJ shit sometimes

    Seriously.


    Because I spend so much time picking up on subtleties, I block myself from having fun. Sorry to be such a negativistic person but it sucks.

    I want to enjoy life without all the intuiting crap sometimes.

    Wtf. *cry*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quay View Post
    I want to enjoy life without all the intuiting crap sometimes.
    The reason you block yourself from having fun probably has little to do with any MBTI function, and more to do with your basic desire, basic fear, and holy idea, etc. Try the Enneagram and its related forum here. After all, there's no "e" in "intuition."
    "How can I be, all I want to be,
    When all I want to do is strip away these stilled constraints
    And crush this charade, shred this sad, masquerade"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quay View Post
    Seriously.


    Because I spend so much time picking up on subtleties, I block myself from having fun. Sorry to be such a negativistic person but it sucks.

    I want to enjoy life without all the intuiting crap sometimes.

    Wtf. *cry*

    I do understand this. Do you regard this as Ne more so than Ni?

    Do you think it's possible that you're in a distressing time in your life and that you're leaning toward a shadow function? I ask this in relation to my first question.

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    Sometimes, you just need to take those subtleties into account and then push them off to the side. Catalog, shake it off, and press on. You may not be able to stop picking up on them, but you can certainly manage them more efficiently.


    Now... :sits back and watches the two newer INFJs:
    Hang on traveling woman - Don't sacrifice your plan
    Cause it will come back to you - Before you lose it on the man


    .:: DWTWD ::.

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    I just wanna say "thanks". I'm better now. Was in a meltdown about my personal life, and I think I just needed the cry/vent. I'll come back and answer the function stuff this evening. I really wanna learn self-improvement from this...

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    Some of it has gotten better for me with age. It's like I don't have the energy or inclination to get as angsty as I used to.
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    Glad you are over it. Learn the power of re-framing the negative into the absurdity it is when it comes back.

    We all have negative voices in our head to a point without being schizophrenic. Even if you don't give it a voice and then warp the voice into something harmless or stupid like Goofy from Walt Disney and then tell it to piss off or you will open a can of whoopass on it.

    There are pluses for our defense mechanisms but sometimes they overdo it so we as the boss of ourselves need to put them in their place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quay View Post
    Seriously.


    Because I spend so much time picking up on subtleties, I block myself from having fun. Sorry to be such a negativistic person but it sucks.

    I want to enjoy life without all the intuiting crap sometimes.

    Wtf. *cry*
    I feel your pain. I would kill to get a vacation from myself. It really does suck sometimes.

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    I'll join the despising bandwagon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Some of it has gotten better for me with age. It's like I don't have the energy or inclination to get as angsty as I used to.
    OK, I'm not an INFJ, BUT I think it's the tendency to over-analyze stuff without the benefit of an objective framework that together breed discontent. The older you get, the more objective you become, and the faster you're able to pull yourself out of that obsessive line of thinking.

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