Other than being called arrogant on various internet forums - not really. I guess in real life there's some arrogance in me still, but I'm usually too shy for that kind of stuff. It usually does appear in arguments, I've been told I'm too much "I'm right, you're wrong" without any real proof. To me that sounds like bungus!
Most frequent INFP issue? Having problems with themselves, that's for sure.
And not to offtop:
I've never met an INFP male who was narcissistic, they were rather walking-complexes kind of people. Only a handful of them were emotionally balanced (thank God I'm among them), and didn't looked like they needed an urgent psychiatrist attention.
One of my biggest weaknesses falls into the hypersensitivity category.
I've found that if I am TOLD what to do, even if it's the nicest possible way, I won't do it. I can't avoid this, even though I know that I do it.
"Clean your room."
"NO, why are you yelling at me to do something?!?!? Why're you always so mean and critical of me? So what if I'm a little messy?"
"Don't get mad at me!"
"I'm not mad at you! You're the one who's mad at me!"
However if I am ASKED to do something, I will happily oblige, even if it's the same thing.
"Could you please clean your room?"
"Absolutely, I like cleaning "
Narcissism has always been a complicated subject for me. I am well aware of my ability. I have an IQ above 140, and standardize test in atleast the 95% in each subject. Where does being proud of this cross the line with Narcissism?
Well, for me; the statistical advantage has always been clear, and I have always thought that I must preform better than others (in a dangerously competitive way) but I don't do it because I think I am better, I try and prove myself smarter or stronger or more creative than someone because I know that the numbers say I should, and if I'm not then I am wasting my gift.
By definition, self-loathing and narcissism are polar opposites, but here they draw a fine line. I can not be content with being just average because I know I should be better, not because I think I am better.
My friend once told me that the way I think of my progress is as a pitcher full of water. I see my pitcher as larger, and so I must fill it all the way. If I were a narcissist, I;d think it already full.
I tend to hate my own guts every time I flip out at someone... which happens from time to time. (not something I usually see on infp problems). Also have a tendency to start talking about some favorite subject and just go on and on until the other person is not only bored but frustrated... which is followed by the same self-loathing reaction. These are generally two things I have no control over : temper and talking.
We have gone sick.
By following a path of untrammeled rationalism,
Attention to the visible surface of things,
We have gone very very sick.
Wow! Never. Selfish or self-absorbed a few times, it surprises me because I didn't even realize my own behavior at the time. I try to evolve as a person, so I keep myself in check. I am very introspective.
Narcissists have zero empathy and that is something INFPs have plenty of. Maybe too much.