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    The closest female friend I have ever had was an INTJ.

    You guys have an infinite depth, a pool for which I'd like to both sink and swim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post


    It's true.
    Okay, here's something I'd like to know about both INFJ's and INTJ's. With many of them, I get this feeling that deep deep deep down inside there is this well of sadness. But, INXJ's are so composed and disciplined that they rarely ever display this to the outside world. Am I imagining things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    B-I-N-G-O!!!

    ^100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Okay, here's something I'd like to know about both INFJ's and INTJ's. With many of them, I get this feeling that deep deep deep down inside there is this well of sadness. But, INXJ's are so composed and disciplined that they rarely ever display this to the outside world. Am I imagining things?
    For me, with INTJs, it's the Fi buried deep in their eyes that has that pregnant ounce of sympathy/sadness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    You know you're my brotha from another mutha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    For me, with INTJs, it's the Fi buried deep in their eyes that has that pregnant ounce of sympathy/sadness.
    What's Fi? Introverted Feeling I know, but what do you mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    What's Fi? Introverted Feeling I know, but what do you mean?
    Hrm, it's caring, perceiving, seeing, and knowing about people, themselves, and the human condition.
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    I love how the introverted intuitives are thought of as complex and deep. It's very flattering (especially as I spent the better part of my life thinking I was the most boring person).

    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Okay, here's something I'd like to know about both INFJ's and INTJ's. With many of them, I get this feeling that deep deep deep down inside there is this well of sadness. But, INXJ's are so composed and disciplined that they rarely ever display this to the outside world. Am I imagining things?
    I used to get that question all the time from, oddly enough, an INFJ. I think we just give off those vibes, maybe it's because INXJs tend to be so inexpressive and contemplative. I think I'm actually much happier than most people realize. Of course, everyone has their dark times. And the few sad bits and pieces rarely do see the light of day.

    (Extra tip, to anyone who is wondering, don't go rooting around looking for those bits and pieces. We'll let you see em when we're good and ready, and at that point you can rest assured that we love you.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Hrm, it's caring, perceiving, seeing, and knowing about people, themselves, and the human condition.
    Ah, yep. My INTJ friend is so deep and caring, but he only shows it with certain people. I felt like we had to get past this wall for us to be friends. I used to friend stalk him relentlessly because he wouldn't just be my friend like a normal person. He would be all cold and aloof, but it just made me try harder. I used to bug the shit out of him. Invite myself to do things with him. But, now we've been friends for like 11 years and he is one of my two best friends in the entire world. He is very wise and he seems to appreciate me in spite of and even because of my craziness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    I love how the introverted intuitives are thought of as complex and deep. It's very flattering (especially as I spent the better part of my life thinking I was the most boring person).



    I used to get that question all the time from, oddly enough, an INFJ. I think we just give off those vibes, maybe it's because INXJs tend to be so inexpressive and contemplative. I think I'm actually much happier than most people realize. Of course, everyone has their dark times. And the few sad bits and pieces rarely do see the light of day.

    (Extra tip, to anyone who is wondering, don't go rooting around looking for those bits and pieces. We'll let you see em when we're good and ready, and at that point you can rest assured that we love you.)
    All people are interesting, once you get past the first couple of masks we all wear.

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