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    Quote Originally Posted by RosieJones View Post
    Oh yeah sorry one other thing, she seems to always target me with the guilt trips even though other people do the same things I do. Why is it me especially?
    I'm guessing it's because you react to the guilt trips. No one would guilt trip you if that method didn't work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RosieJones View Post
    Oh yeah sorry one other thing, she seems to always target me with the guilt trips even though other people do the same things I do. Why is it me especially?
    Interesting. I can think of 2 things : maybe you only think she only does that to you.
    But if she really does that I can only wonder why. Maybe she has issues and found an easy target in you to vent her frustrations. Or what @ceecee said.

    This really does sound a lot like personal experiences I've had as an INFJ with xNFPs. Fi types rarely understand me when I turn a small event into a moral life lesson applicable to the entire mankind. It's not about you, it's about the principle.
    But anyway, if she didn't show up herself as you said, that is indeed very hypocritical. INFJs normally lead by example.

    Besides all that, I do think your (unnecessary) guilt comes from Fi.
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    The way you've described assessing probability sounds extremely like my own process. But to me, looking from a socionics standpoint, I suppose that would be assessed as Ti-Ni, so it makes a lot of sense. I find that I can just assume whether or not things will be fruitful, allowing me to basically blow everything off that won't realistically contribute to my knowledge or career/social endeavors.
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    Assessed INFJs or functional analysis INFJs?

    Either way, it's just a manifestation of the minorities created within MBTI. Selecting a very narrow and distinct group is going to have the effect of most people not understanding properties, like INFJs flavor of Ni, of the group.
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    ENTJ with extremely well developed Ni here, as you can see by my socionics subtype

    Where have you found information stating Ni as a very irrational function?
    I think it absolutely depends on how you use it. For me it helps me in conversation, so I simply "achieve" higher social intelligence by use of Ni.

    Ni forms a logical framework for how the world works based on abstract, thorough analysis of current and past events, and that, my friend, if used properly, can be a damn good help, and far from illogical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annaifiwas View Post
    ENTJ with extremely well developed Ni here, as you can see by my socionics subtype

    Where have you found information stating Ni as a very irrational function?
    I think it absolutely depends on how you use it. For me it helps me in conversation, so I simply "achieve" higher social intelligence by use of Ni.

    Ni forms a logical framework for how the world works based on abstract, thorough analysis of current and past events, and that, my friend, if used properly, can be a damn good help, and far from illogical.
    Logical frameworks from abstraction are Ne and Ti in Socionics, fyi.

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