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    Were N, L, and Light Yagami INTJ's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Were N, L, and Light Yagami INTJ's?
    N was an INTJ, L was an INTP, and Light Yagami was an ENTJ.
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    I think that INTJ's are not cold-hearted meanies,
    but just very uncomfortable with emotions ; perhaps more " vulnerable " than they let on

    what say yee ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    N was an INTJ, L was an INTP, and Light Yagami was an ENTJ.
    OOOH! I knew L would the the INTP in the group if there was one .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    OOOH! I knew L would the the INTP in the group if there was one .
    L is classic INTP to the letter. It was no question at all. ^.~

    INTJs are not emotionless. Emotionless people are sociopaths. I personally don't use emotion to make my day to day decisions. They also don't influence my interactions. Unless, it's specifically an emotional issue. That doesn't mean I don't feel. I'm just not demonstrative of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    I think that INTJ's are not cold-hearted meanies,
    but just very uncomfortable with emotions ; perhaps more " vulnerable " than they let on

    what say yee ?
    Well, you can break up emotions to the short-term fleeting kind and the long-running intense kind. INTJs tend not to be expressive of the first kind, and this is how most people think people have 'emotions,' so they tend to assume that INTJs are emotionless robots.

    The second kind, well, they're not very expressed either. However, these ones come out once in a while and are very influential to an INTJ. So, because these exist, INTJs are as prone to depression, PTSD, and whatever other emotional disorders there are as the average guy, despite being apparently 'emotionless.'

    I don't know if I'd call them 'vulnerable,' but I do know that a lot of INTJs get really uncomfortable around intense emotional expression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    I think that INTJ's are not cold-hearted meanies,
    but just very uncomfortable with emotions ; perhaps more " vulnerable " than they let on

    what say yee ?
    I certainly wouldn’t consider myself or the INTJ’s I know cold hearted and emotionless, we can rationalise our emotions and don't reveal them to just anyone, this can mean we are perceived as such. I'd describe our emotions as an iceberg, we only show the tip to most people but underneath is where the real stuff lies.

    I’m not uncomfortable with emotions but I can feel vulnerable when I expose my deeper feelings to others, this can result in my withdrawing back into myself and therefore being once again perceived as a cold-hearted meanie, it’s a fun cycle.

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    I often find myself biting my tongue and stopping whatever gut reaction I have when somebody does something particularly idiotic, awful, unpleasant, etc. I'm a big fan of 'thinking before you speak,' but what happens is the original intensity wears off and I guess that's what would cause me to look 'unemotional,' when really I'm just trying not to cause a fight.
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    I think that INTJ's are not cold-hearted meanies,
    but just very uncomfortable with emotions ; perhaps more " vulnerable " than they let on.
    Sorry but I think you have a lot of generalization in this part about feelings and INTJs.
    I say this because there is a huge difference between 50:50 and 90:10 in T/F ratio.
    My point is that one person is 50% F and another is 10% F.


    But if you have a deeper insight please share it whit us because I would like to see what are you thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Sorry but I think you have a lot of generalization in this part about feelings and INTJs.
    I say this because there is a huge difference between 50:50 and 90:10 in T/F ratio.
    My point is that one person is 50% F and another is 10% F.


    But if you have a deeper insight please share it whit us because I would like to see what are you thinking.
    It just that i see how people put up walls,
    and are slow to open up....the reason being a certain brand of vulnerability
    I consulted with an INTJ on another forum a while back
    and he conceded to being sensitive in a round about way
    and a real INTJ that i've been observing isn't touchy
    but has a temper that goes off like a shot

    perhaps i am approaching this at an inefficient angle

    and of course the T/F thing is a factor
    i did not include it because i thought it was self-evident
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