I've heard that these are typically ENFPs trait but I happened to be an INFJ and felt I'm always struggling with analyzing every single actions from others too meticulously while constantly jumping into unfavorable conclusions about others--with an attempt to 'fix' them.
This is when all the misunderstanding and miscommunication starts.
Though I just want to know how precisely it differs among other NF types if we all share the these unwanted traits of being over-analytical and jumping into conclusion too soon?
I think being INFJ is just a bit more challenging when we voice our inner-thoughts in such situation with our Fe; whereas ENFPs have the time to sort it out in their heads.
I'm trying to nurture my Fi as it seems that it's the only way from being non-judgmental. For the longest time, I thought sharing my inner-perspective on others based on our intuition is a stepping stone to help to strengthen the bonds in our precious relationships (I believe INFJs don't boder to do this with just anyone, unless they're special to us). However, now I think it's better off to utilize Fi rather than Fe (though this is one of our weakest functions) for INFJs in order to avoid further misunderstanding toward others.
What do you think of this?
P.S.: One thing I really appreciate MBTI typology is that I finally able to understand myself and others better. When I think back all of the unnecessary conflicts, it really has to do with our different sets of functions. For a long time, I've always felt I'm the odd person around (still am), but now I'm learning from all of your contributions via the posts and try to gain a much deeper insight on how our mind work differently.