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    14 25.45%
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    20 36.36%
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    13 23.64%
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    I really want to say myself.. but I think even though I basically have horns sprouting out of my own skull, my own bullheaded nature can't represent all of us.

    I have to say ENFJ based on my experience.
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    I'm voting INFJs.

    And it's mostly because of broadness of their stubbornness - sometimes they won't change their minds even about very small details.
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    I recently got in a minor fight with an ENFJ, and I apologized in a very sincere manner for our misunderstanding (despite the argument being initiated by him and me being the only hurt party) and he never even acknowledged my apology, let alone accept it and move on. I don't understand it. I've only been able to explain it as stubbornness on his part. It's pretty hurtful being ignored permanently over a trivial argument. It's like...good to know I'm so disposable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    I voted INFP. When they commit I have no idea how to make them budge. I think ENxxs might be more outwardly stubborn but INxxs are un-influenceable.
    You can use our values to manipulate us though. Get crafty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thessaly View Post
    You can use our values to manipulate us though. Get crafty.
    I've tried this. How do you make INFPs budge when they've made a values-based decision that you think is the wrong decision? I try morals and values arguments and it doesn't work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thessaly View Post
    I recently got in a minor fight with an ENFJ, and I apologized in a very sincere manner for our misunderstanding (despite the argument being initiated by him and me being the only hurt party) and he never even acknowledged my apology, let alone accept it and move on. I don't understand it. I've only been able to explain it as stubbornness on his part. It's pretty hurtful being ignored permanently over a trivial argument. It's like...good to know I'm so disposable.
    Sorry to hear it Thessaly! They will grow up, I had my doorslam time period in my early twenties before I learned not to do it so willy-nilly.

    INFJ for the most stubborn. Agree on the Ni not being influenced. I also think they take it a to a level of being righteous or moral superiority which is harder to underpin.
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    Everyone who said INFJ is so obviously wrong. It's completely ridiculous to think that we are bullheaded; you need to check yo-selves before you wreck yo-selves. Debate me; I dare you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    Everyone who said INFJ is so obviously wrong. It's completely ridiculous to think that we are bullheaded; you need to check yo-selves before you wreck yo-selves. Debate me; I dare you!
    You personally, are bullheaded, not all INFJ's. More politically correct?



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    Yes, let's start a debate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    I've tried this. How do you make INFPs budge when they've made a values-based decision that you think is the wrong decision? I try morals and values arguments and it doesn't work.
    Does the decision affect just the INFP or the people/environment around the individual? It might help to point out the effects to others that the INFP may not be aware of
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