@Mademoiselle, girl, it bothers me so I'm just going to be straightforward: the way you center, re-font and grey all of your letters irritates my eyes, a hell lot. As a former layout editor intern, I want to say if you intend to have your writing read by others, you make it easy for them, that's one understandable rule. You want to stand out and make your remarks, I get it. But I have a hard time seeing how you are who you are but nobody else through your writings because I can BAREEEEELY read them.
I think being misunderstood is not exclusively any type's issue. But for certain it is an issue when you're young and the world is complicated.
Are you sure he is INFP? Are you sure he doesn't feel misunderstood? Is you being misunderstood type related? You don't have to answer these questions because I don't need answers. What you really, or anybody who's obsessed with stacks of functions and this type has to be like this and that and NO WAY like that and this, should think about is that we humans are NOT that simple.I have an INFP dude who’s never misunderstood.
But I’m very misunderstood.
You are still in highschool, I believe? I have wrote this in another post so I'll quote myself because I don't want to re-type
We are the products of what happened to us, good or bad or in between. Our past shapes us. For one who hasn't had the chance to test oneself in various scenarios and experiences, or still too young, what kind of reference does one have to give solid answers to all of these long personality tests? Some may choose the answers that describe the ideal self that they want to be. We all want to think that we're creative, capable of deep emotions, different, reasonable, sensible, empathetic, sentimental, supportive, etc. etc., but only our past experiences can pinpoint whether we're truly respectively so, or sadly we just want to think that we could be but we haven't been and we never could.
One's type settles as one has been through enough. And if something profound and greatly significant happens, type might change again to certain extent.