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    Default Fi-based Judgments and the INFP

    I was wondering why there was so many INFP posts recently, and totally forgot that ENFJs, INFJs and ENFPs even existed. Is this typical for TypeC?

    Anyway, does anyone have anything to say about Fi-value based judgments and how these judgments may work positively or negatively for other types or other INFPs?
    I think I've seen a lot of prejudice surrounding Fi-based users like INFPs and ISFPs and I was wondering whether anyone else is a survivor who would like to tell us about their battle scars..? If any
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    what kind of prejudice do you mean?

    at least personally i don't tend to start threads and there have been mostly INFP-centered threads lately, so i haven't been very interested in the NF forum.

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    See: Republican Party

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    Nah. Not really. We mainly just hyper focus on our own types. INFPs seem to be the most interested in Fi discussions in the first place (along with some ENFPs and a few INTJs).

    Everything else creates drama. It's been like that for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    I was wondering why there was so many INFP posts recently, and totally forgot that ENFJs, INFJs and ENFPs even existed. Is this typical for TypeC?
    I'm sure it comes and goes in waves, just like how this happens with any other type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    what kind of prejudice do you mean?

    at least personally i don't tend to start threads and there have been mostly INFP-centered threads lately, so i haven't been very interested in the NF forum.
    I mean when something is decided on a topic by feeling beforehand and it creates something like confirmation bias from there...
    I'm a INFP - The sociopath

    I think I'm either a 4w5, 4w3, 6w5 or 9w1. Most possibly 4w5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    See: Republican Party
    Hahaha. Yeah, I get those feels sometimes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    Nah. Not really. We mainly just hyper focus on our own types. INFPs seem to be the most interested in Fi discussions in the first place (along with some ENFPs and a few INTJs).

    Everything else creates drama. It's been like that for years.
    Not always. Understanding and toleration for what others do and their type functions should come with maturity. But I do see a pattern with the Fi discussions.

    Quote Originally Posted by _eric_ View Post
    I'm sure it comes and goes in waves, just like how this happens with any other type.
    ^ This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post

    Anyway, does anyone have anything to say about Fi-value based judgments and how these judgments may work positively or negatively for other types or other INFPs?
    I think I've seen a lot of prejudice surrounding Fi-based users like INFPs and ISFPs and I was wondering whether anyone else is a survivor who would like to tell us about their battle scars..? If any
    I would rather eat my hair. Jeebus, can't we talk about anything else???

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