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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    I can honestly say I don't think I've ever harped on anyone about not being organized. I like being organized myself, but I'm not always. Couldn't care less if other people are.
    Well, I think my boss is an EXTREME J. I mean 100% J. It's almost unhealthy, when he's stressing on his schedule and there's a setback, I can literally hear his voice closing up. He's also got a problem with jumping to conclusions.
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    With my ex-girlfriend, we would spend time together with her children and my children. Her approach to those 'situations' that arise with children was to make a very decisive judgment within a split second about what to do and the result was children being bossed around left right and centre. I prefer to take time to assess the situation and work out what's really going on before diving in and taking control. She thought I was always too slow to react with my children when in fact I was taking in what was happening and formulating an appropriate response. I always thought she was too quick to assume what was going on and too quick to wade in and tell them all what to do. It caused no end of tension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I guess the INFJ choice is either or .
    yeah Z pretty much said whatever i was gonna say.

    i love me some INFJs but also NiFe kills me sometimes. it's the whole like you're trying to control me for my own good in a way i don't know about thing. if i don't trust you, that's terrifying. and kind of insulting really, you don't know me as well as i know me but you think you know what would be best for me - and not only do you act on that, but you act on that without my knowledge.

    it's scary to me! i mean if you're jesus/god/etc or someone i trust, that's cool, rock on, but otherwise... see, it's not even really dislike or whatever, it's just fear of being messed around with in ways that i don't approve of. that's why Fe creeps me out sometimes. and at least when paired with Si i usually understand, since it's based off of evidence. that makes logical sense to me. but Ni could be based on stuff that doesn't really even apply to me at all. like, you know, visions of national socialism or whatever

    that said i rock the ENFP faults pretty well lol.

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    Yep, the control is always for our own good! That's what makes it even more get-under-the-skin-ish.

    I had a gym schedule and weekly menus and food shopping lists mapped out for me. Yes, healthy eating and strong muscles are good, but on my terms, not imposed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Ness View Post
    Is it so wrong to feel hurt by something someone does? And would you rather me never let go of anything you do? :/

    Perhaps what I mean by not letting things go is muddling things up a little. I'd need a concrete example to explain further.

    Also if you have a problem with my comment, then just say you think I'm not being magnanimous, you don't have to be sarcastic. :/
    Awwww Jeezie Creezie, Random Ness. I was just making a joke. Don't take everything so seriously. I thought it was pretty darn funny myself. I didn't have a problem with your comment. I was just trying to be funny.

    And as far as "And would you rather me never let go of anything you do?", of course I think that's a healthy approach. It's just that from the ENFP perspective (or at least this ENFP's perspective) a year seems a very, very, very long time to hold onto anything. I know you were trying to show you were being balanced and self-aware. (And, that's great. I applaud this.) But from my perspective, I'm thinking, "A year? Wow. I rarely hang onto things more than a couple of months... tops."

    So no bad intent on my part. Just trying to be funny and teasing. Hmmmm.... maybe I should add "occasionally overly sensitive" to my list. <----- This is me teasing you again so don't get upset.
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    That'd be the pot blaming the kettle though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    That'd be the pot blaming the kettle though
    Ha ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    Awwww Jeezie Creezie, Random Ness. I was just making a joke. Don't take everything so seriously.
    Yer fault for talking to a serious J person.

    Part of the reason I took it so seriously was I realized how ridiculous a year sounded when you brought it up. So I got in defense mode because I was flustered......

    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    I thought it was pretty darn funny myself. I didn't have a problem with your comment. I was just trying to be funny.
    The other part of it was I didn't get the joke. J submitting to P? What...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    And as far as "And would you rather me never let go of anything you do?", of course I think that's a healthy approach. It's just that from the ENFP perspective (or at least this ENFP's perspective) a year seems a very, very, very long time to hold onto anything. I know you were trying to show you were being balanced and self-aware. (And, that's great. I applaud this.) But from my perspective, I'm thinking, "A year? Wow. I rarely hang onto things more than a couple of months... tops."
    Well, it kinda depends on my relationship with the person. If they do a lot of kind things and are close to me, I'd immediately forget any hurtful things they happen to do. If they do some kind things but they are a jerk often, too, that's when the year rule comes into play. And if we're enemies, I don't let go of anything they've said/done simply because I see them as more of a jerk than a nice person. However, even if I won't forget things an enemy did, I can still forgive them and not dwell on them. Though holding grudges is definitely an INFJ weakness.

    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    Hmmmm.... maybe I should add "occasionally overly sensitive" to my list. <----- This is me teasing you again so don't get upset.
    You should, though. INFs get butthurt really easily. Tsk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Ness View Post
    Part of the reason I took it so seriously was I realized how ridiculous a year sounded when you brought it up. So I got in defense mode because I was flustered......
    In the spirit of the thread, INFJs readily admit up to their own negative motivations, which sometimes validates other people ("Oh, it's okay. I know you're at fault, and here are more reasons why:") rather than getting them to open up and think about their perspective and their contributions to the overall negative vibe

    well, okay, sample size 1.5, so take it for what it's worth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Ness View Post
    You should, though. INFs get butthurt really easily. Tsk.
    aaaaaand this

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    Going back to the passive aggressive discussion, I should mention that over at the INFJs forum, there is an explicit rule against passive aggressive behavior.... we do know our own limitations!
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