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    You obviously know him better to type him than we do - the dislike of philosophy just isn't (stereo)typically INFP.

    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    He often saw me like a child & had the INFP need to act sophisticated in many social situations, which is different from ISFP's. No matter the age, we're often either grown up children or too cool for school when in social situations.

    Erm....I didn't know that was an "INFP need"....
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    As an INFP, I can personally relate to the D's description more than J's, if that helps any.
    "Why had he never appreciated what a miracle he was, brain and nerve and bounding heart?"

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    sorry, i just meant it as in, i know him well enough to know he's not the same type as me.

    and need was the wrong word. just that you guys do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surgery View Post
    As an INFP, I can personally relate to the D's description more than J's, if that helps any.
    interesting.

    my confusion came in, as i suppose i saw the judging types to be a bit more organized & structured, with a tendency to get stressed when things don't go as planned. and with perceivers to be a bit more chaotic and unorganized.
    but i think aleksi hit it on the nail. or at least he put up a good case as to why my original hunches were correct...
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    sorry, i just meant it as in, i know him well enough to know he's not the same type as me.

    and need was the wrong word. just that you guys do.
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    I definitely do NOT seem sophisticated socially. I'm rather awkward & spacey & often seem too intense or aloof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I definitely do NOT seem sophisticated socially. I'm rather awkward & spacey & often seem too intense or aloof.
    In the age of loud people in a social setting, we quiet ones just seem sophistiwhatchamacallit
    I think reserved is a much better word to use
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