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    Embrace it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    It is a biggie. An INTP do not let their emotions influence their statements. Ever. Those that do are compromised and so called faux INTPs- more accurately INFPs. Please - keep the standard up.
    There's no such absolute in this area. Especially when there's a "shadow".

    Much of what he describes sounds like common "Behind the Scenes" traits, which are common to INP's. They are both introverted, and "informing" (rather than directing). D/Inf can be connected with either J/P or T/F, and for the N's, it's J/P, and may give off some characteristics that might look "F"-like. What you are seeing is basically "agreeableness".

    Even the not wanting to argue in person and feeling bad about it, but then arguing online sounds like the INP + NT combination. The key is "don't have a quick tongue and come off as awkward" (identify perfectly!), rather than because any form of arguing being bad, which it can't be if he's willing to do it online.

    The "gut feelings" thing sounds like Fi, but then that is really ambiguous. It probably can refer to any introverted function. (You even hear it mentioned for Ni, which isn't even judgment!).
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    It's usually about the 10th time someone gets INTP on a test that they break down, hit a mental wall, lay around for a few days, reject MBTI, then put INTP in their profile type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    D/Inf can be connected with either J/P or T/F, and for the N's, it's J/P, and may give off some characteristics that might look "F"-like.
    Can you explain this more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    It is a biggie. An INTP do not let their emotions influence their statements. Ever. Those that do are compromised and so called faux INTPs- more accurately INFPs. Please - keep the standard up.
    Oooooh... no.

    INTPs can lose control of their emotions and be even bigger emos than INFPs.

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    This is true. INFPs are caught up in their Fi most of the time, so know how to handle it well for the most part. When INTPs get stressed they can either go into Ti lockdown, or Fe meltdown mode. The latter is quite ugly, with chunks of emotional goo splattered on every surface in sight.

    Why do emotional outbursts always occur at the worst possible moment?
    Ti>Ne>Si>Te>Fi>Ni>Se=Fe

    And yes, there are such things as INTPs who overuse emoticons

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Oooooh... no.

    INTPs can lose control of their emotions and be even bigger emos than INFPs.
    I'm just saying it's unfortunate if it happens. And that one is compromised. ....and that one should learn from this. Or I may suspect the J. And that's something else entirely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    I'm just saying it's unfortunate if it happens. And that one is compromised. ....and that one should learn from this. Or I may suspect the J. And that's something else entirely.
    J?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    J?
    Yes. INTJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    Yes. INTJs.
    I'm not following. They are even bigger robots.

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