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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmy View Post
    Before making assumptions, let's wait what refreshed has to say.
    I have no idea what you want from me :confused: . these are the things I hate. most times I have no idea what the society want from me.

    as INTP we're suppose to be highly "intelligent" but knowing the fact I can educate myself anytime is good enough for me.... I swear I'm one of the least educated INTP ever existed.

    I don't even argue or debate with anyone caues I don't see the point of it. In my head I'm always right. why spend energy and time to argue with them? this caues me to be more introverted than ever. I rarely talk to anyone and I dislike most people.

    I don't want to depend the "internet" for my feelings and give any personal info but I did drop out of school last quarter which makes me more emotional I guess.

    I feel so empty inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refreshe123d View Post
    I have no idea what you want from me :confused: . these are the things I hate. most times I have no idea what the society want from me.

    as INTP we're suppose to be highly "intelligent" but knowing the fact I can educate myself anytime is good enough for me.... I swear I'm one of the least educated INTP ever existed.

    I don't even argue or debate with anyone caues I don't see the point of it. In my head I'm always right. why spend energy and time to argue with them? this caues me to be more introverted than ever. I rarely talk to anyone and I dislike most people.

    I don't want to depend the "internet" for my feelings and give any personal info but I did drop out of school last quarter which makes me more emotional I guess.

    I feel so empty inside.
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    Ok, that's a common misconception. We're not emotionless, we just don't act on our feelings as much. People commonly think that emotion and emotion that makes you act are the same thing, they're not. Personally, I just understood that... A few days ago? Not sure. You can never really kill emotions, they're there. Just think about this a bit more. That's what we're good at, right? Also, look at human thought process: 1. Encounter Information, 2. Analyze Information, 3. Check information against memory, 4. Integrate information into memory or not based on conflicts and reason-based analysis. Translation, try getting into a debate. Your points won't hold up unless you can actually defend them, regardless of their accuracy. Not to mention the fact that I can't be the only person who finds it fun. Alternatively, you could view it as gathering information for information's sake. I know that you're concerned about emotion, but fascination is an emotion too. (Ironic, given the most famous INTJ character out there.) Finally, I would recommend avoiding self-typing. I mean, I once typed myself as an enneagram 1w9, but apparently I'm a 5w6.
    Try going to mypersonality.info, they have a test there. (Assuming that you're self-typed.) Reasonable doesn't mean NT, nor does caring for others mean NF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
    How the hell do you work that out?

    This is why I dislike putting INTP as my type, people assume you are a lazy geek and don't do anything worthwhile. It really is a bastardization of MBTI, it's like assuming all SJ's are soldiers and housewives.
    i should've said this out loud:

    lol@ calling the stereotype of being INTP a bastardization. i suggest you INTP dudes/dudettes stop caring what ppl think and label you as. to be honest, most ppl prob don't know wtf mbti is, comprende? and most ppl on the forums here are open enough to not judge, though that's my take on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
    This is why I dislike putting INTP as my type, people assume you are a lazy geek and don't do anything worthwhile. It really is a bastardization of MBTI, it's like assuming all SJ's are soldiers and housewives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    I certainly enjoy being my 'type'. It's so relaxing, I feel as if I understand exactly what I'm going to get from life, where I'm going to go, how I'm going to get there. .
    This.

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    Nobody likes a whiner.
    Use positive, problem solving oriented words, rather than dumping armageddon on everybody as a communication style.

    It helps everybody, you get better feedback and it helps to frame your mind into a positive situation. People react more positively to you and so on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by refreshe123d View Post
    I have no idea what you want from me :confused: . these are the things I hate. most times I have no idea what the society want from me.
    Don't worry, I 'want' nothing of you. I mentioned that I thought you could use some new stimuli, something to work on, something extroverted. Unique was thinking that you'd (or more precisely INTPs in general) are happier thinking, pondering and perfecting things in thought rather then in outer world implications.

    Quote Originally Posted by refreshe123d View Post
    as INTP we're suppose to be highly "intelligent" but knowing the fact I can educate myself anytime is good enough for me.... I swear I'm one of the least educated INTP ever existed.

    I don't even argue or debate with anyone caues I don't see the point of it. In my head I'm always right. why spend energy and time to argue with them? this caues me to be more introverted than ever. I rarely talk to anyone and I dislike most people.

    I don't want to depend the "internet" for my feelings and give any personal info but I did drop out of school last quarter which makes me more emotional I guess.

    I feel so empty inside.
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    ^ i don't know, if it's helpful to other introverts, but i've noticed that actually stepping outside and seeing other people once in a while helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by refreshe123d View Post
    sooo much to rant but I'll say one thing I hate the most. I hate searching for answers but answers I want doesn't seem to exists. :steam:

    I always hated being INTP, for those "happy INTP" how the hell do you keep yourself happy and enjoy life?
    I'll try to answer your question, but it would be helpful if you answer for for me first: How can you hate being INTP? What is it that is wrong with the INTPness?

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