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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    I calm down my infp friend using logic first to make him think that there can be perspective. Then use even harder logic thats too much for him to understand to make him confused. After he is confused and seeing that there is another perspective to it he calms down and thinks.

    Dunno if this works with all NF's or even all infps
    As long as you don't propound that the T route is the right route, I actually quite enjoy hearing these perspectives. I ask advice from Ts for exactly this reason. Sometimes their lack of F is a hindrance, but they are also the ones to tell you how to tell someone to sod off, or how best to get out of a sticky situation. You may still have reservations about their advice (because it tends to overlook a lot of "unspoken" elements that you know exist but can't articulate) but I feel reassured when I get advice from two separate Ts that correlates in some way. It makes me think "Maybe they're on to something here!"

    What I find frustrating is when Ts act as if your "problem" is not really a problem at all, and just get angry or scoff at you.
    That girls are raped, that two boys knife a third,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adasta View Post
    As long as you don't propound that the T route is the right route, I actually quite enjoy hearing these perspectives. I ask advice from Ts for exactly this reason. Sometimes their lack of F is a hindrance, but they are also the ones to tell you how to tell someone to sod off, or how best to get out of a sticky situation. You may still have reservations about their advice (because it tends to overlook a lot of "unspoken" elements that you know exist but can't articulate) but I feel reassured when I get advice from two separate Ts that correlates in some way. It makes me think "Maybe they're on to something here!"

    What I find frustrating is when Ts act as if your "problem" is not really a problem at all, and just get angry or scoff at you.
    ARE YOU TELLING ME THAT I HAVE PROBLEMS?OMGROFLLOLZ. YOU HAVE PROBLEMS YOURSELF YOU BIG #%&@#% @%%! @@%&&*+&/##@@
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    ARE YOU TELLING ME THAT I HAVE PROBLEMS?OMGROFLLOLZ. YOU HAVE PROBLEMS YOURSELF YOU BIG #%&@#% @%%! @@%&&*+&/##@@
    Here, let me list them for you...
    That girls are raped, that two boys knife a third,
    Were axioms to him, who'd never heard
    Of any world where promises were kept,
    Or one could weep because another wept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adasta View Post
    Here, let me list them for you...
    Makes no sense, i dont see any list
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    perhaps it's just because they're the same type as me, but I've always found NFPs to be extremely easy to calm down. they usually just need someone to listen to them for about 5 minutes.
    if you have time, something that works on most Fs is
    watch a comedy or disney movie with them. give them a blanket to cuddle under and some hot chocolate. this is a sure fire way to calm down any F.
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    I hate to try to leave type out of this, as we are talking about NF's, but I think everyone's going to just be different in this case. In many cases, they will want to talk about it in a non-judgmental environment. Occasionally they need genuine advice. I'm personally one for silence and hugs. And then I mostly just want to be left alone for a while. (Oh, and I also skipped to the 2011 posts only.)
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