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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyrielle View Post
    Ah, but what you're forgetting is the quiet and inherent flamboyance in INFJs that may be expressed via The Hat. (Assuming other INFJs do have a flamboyant side as I do...and keep it so hidden it's unlikely anyone will ever find it.)
    Haha, I was just gonna add something similar. You know you're an INFJ when you keep certain aspects of your identity hidden from everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravana View Post
    relax dude. so much for loving kindness?
    So much for a sense of humor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conrad View Post
    ...you think you have to stay in a bad relationship with someone for the rest of your life because you told them you love them
    I can relate.
    "Don�t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive." - Howard Thurman


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    : even in moments of 'pure'-ness, like watching a sunset, or being extremely angry/ upset, you are STILL analyzing your own feelings/ the situation and considering what it means, why it's happening, and (if it's a bad situation) how you could potentially get out of it/ not be feeling the pain you're feeling, and then you start trying to note the way you feel/ what's happening, and compare it to the way other people must feel when they're in the same predicament, etcetcetc, and this is all happening AS you're experiencing the moment.

    you're always, always, always outside yourself.

    maybe it's just me,

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    Quote Originally Posted by tess2008 View Post
    : even in moments of 'pure'-ness, like watching a sunset, or being extremely angry/ upset, you are STILL analyzing your own feelings/ the situation and considering what it means, why it's happening, and (if it's a bad situation) how you could potentially get out of it/ not be feeling the pain you're feeling, and then you start trying to note the way you feel/ what's happening, and compare it to the way other people must feel when they're in the same predicament, etcetcetc, and this is all happening AS you're experiencing the moment.

    you're always, always, always outside yourself.

    maybe it's just me,
    That sounds pretty familiar.
    "Don�t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive." - Howard Thurman


    http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l110/evillinclinations/fortune45.gif

    ...and yes, I'm still on about that...






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    Quote Originally Posted by tess2008 View Post
    : even in moments of 'pure'-ness, like watching a sunset, or being extremely angry/ upset, you are STILL analyzing your own feelings/ the situation and considering what it means, why it's happening, and (if it's a bad situation) how you could potentially get out of it/ not be feeling the pain you're feeling, and then you start trying to note the way you feel/ what's happening, and compare it to the way other people must feel when they're in the same predicament, etcetcetc, and this is all happening AS you're experiencing the moment.

    you're always, always, always outside yourself.

    maybe it's just me,
    you are not alone
    us and our fellow aliens, the intjs are homesick aliens
    I N V I C T U S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    you are not alone
    us and our fellow aliens, the intjs are homesick aliens
    Thought is anchored in the past.
    Experience does not think.
    A catch is a void.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotr246 View Post
    Haha, I was just gonna add something similar. You know you're an INFJ when you keep certain aspects of your identity hidden from everyone.
    I'm going to have to say yes to that. But we have to fight that habit. How else will you know if people really appreciate you if you never show your true colors?
    If they can't accept you, drop them.
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    Quote Originally Posted by tess2008 View Post
    : even in moments of 'pure'-ness, like watching a sunset, or being extremely angry/ upset, you are STILL analyzing your own feelings/ the situation and considering what it means, why it's happening, and (if it's a bad situation) how you could potentially get out of it/ not be feeling the pain you're feeling, and then you start trying to note the way you feel/ what's happening, and compare it to the way other people must feel when they're in the same predicament, etcetcetc, and this is all happening AS you're experiencing the moment.

    you're always, always, always outside yourself.

    maybe it's just me,
    So true.
    Oh, that makes me think.
    When you talk in your head. Do you always talk with the second person singular or do you use "I"?
    I tend to use "you". "Ok,[my name] you need to do this today!You said you would!".
    Just out of curiosity.
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotr246 View Post
    You know you're an INFJ when you keep certain aspects of your identity hidden from everyone.
    Sometimes I think of revealing some of them, but I can never think of a right moment or time. Maybe the random approach would be best. "Did you know that I.../ X is really fun." etc. Maybe not.
    Not that I'm even so keen on being so open.

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