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    Even if you find one, you must still grab and keep our attention or we drift away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    How did you come off as desperate?
    Didn't give her space, I can act INFP sometimes so it was all bad news. She also never liked how lazy I was, clearly said I was careless and cold. LOT and LOTS of miscommunication.


    Quote Originally Posted by jtanSis1 View Post
    Even if you find one, you must still grab and keep our attention or we drift away.
    I know you guys are so rare and so hard to keep around.


    Guess if I look hard enough I can find one but you have to factor lots of different things like age, attractiveness, moral beliefs and religion. I don't think I'll ever meet someone like her

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    ^ there are 3 billion hers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    ^ there are 3 billion hers.
    3billion females minus

    1.location
    2.age
    3.personality type INFP
    4.looks ,common interest
    = 1 in 2.5million

    over 22yrs of my life I met ONLY ONE, chances of me meeting someone like that are very very low.


    EDIT: I just hate the term "there's plenty fish in the sea" cuz that isn't true for someone that's not compatible with lots of people.

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    Places to find INxx types:

    1) Internet

    2) Grad school (?)...I've noticed that people in academia or who have higher level degrees seem to know a disproportionate number of INxx. My mother even suspects it, and she doesn't know a damn thing about MBTI. She was like "go to grad school, there are more people like you there."

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    ^ + bookstore near computer or behavorial science books; coffee shop; art store; napa valley in a winery gift shop laughing & trying on straw hats or outside petting the sheep; at an outdoor nursery, daydreaming & smelling the flowers...

    alone.

    (referring to INFP)


    Maybe the park too. Peaceful, interesting places mostly.

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    Don't get picky...they'll all secretly be ESTJs.

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    Yes, INFP is secretly ESTJ, so don't get caught under the mistletoe...

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    You can find me anywhere really. I usually lose my stamina early in the evening though so don't expect to find even a socialized infp like me at a bar past 1 AM and if you do we will look dead tired/bored by that point. The ironic thing is that more social infps aren't that much easier to snag because we tend to be so unapproachable. We do warm up quickly to the right people though.
    With dreamers, pure and simple, the imagination remains a vaguely sketched inner affair. It is not embodied in any aesthetic or practical invention. Reverie is the equivalent of weak desires. Dreamers are the aboulics of the creative imagination.

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    Came across an INFP description recently that had rather handy, short & simple lists that could help a person snag an INFP.

    How to love an INFP:
    + Appreciate my uniqueness and sensitivity
    + Be a patient and supportive listener
    + Respect my privacy and my need for emotional intimacy
    + Be reassuring and gentle in your words and actions
    + Try not to force decisions too quickly, or bug me about being messy.
    + Respect my feelings and never demand that I compromise my values

    How to spot INFPs:
    + Idealistic with deep, yet private passions
    + Creative and imaginative
    + Initially hesitant and cautious
    + Original, even funky dressers

    How to communicate with INFPs:
    + Share genuine beliefs and values to establish rapport
    + Respect their slower warm time and need for privacy
    + Emphasize the ways ideas will benefit others
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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