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    They're the emotional ones, right?
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    I love everybody. Seriously, even INTPs who aren't jerks.
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    My Grandfather's an ISTJ, and if you makes you ISTJs feel better, I really like him and get along with him well, but it tends to stay concrete like you have said..and he is very hands-on, always building something, so at times, it can be a little hard for us to interact or relate..but overall, I couldn't ask for a better grandfather
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArbiterDewey View Post
    You, and others, will not like my answer.

    Male INFJ's I have no knowledge of aside from ByMySword. He's kick ass, nuff said.

    Personally, I think female INFJ's are crazy. I don't believe our types mix well at all. They're conversationally manipulative and walking pity-parties. I dated one for awhile...If something doesn't follow their line of expected outcomes, such as dating etiquette, they freak out. Trapped in an unrealistic fantasy world. She wanted to have 8 kids, 1 of which would be adopted, and, even though she would go to college, she'd never use her degree. She'd let her husband work full time so she could tend to the babies. My bet was once the cute wore off after they're all older than 13 she'd kill herself.

    INFP's, on the other hand, I get along with okay. They're occasionally sulky and terribly pessimistic, but can be good company. Overly competitive, and sore-losers. Their flip-floping type change is random. One minute displaying an air of bad-ass, confident, in charge. However, once challenged, they revert back to sulk-mode. If hurt in a relationship, they bleed forever.

    Do note I'm being rather unfair to both types. This is just what I've experienced personally.
    Yowzers that reeks of personal injury.

    I'm a female INFJ and one of my best, one of my only friends in the world is an ISTJ. So reliable, so dependable, and so trust-worthy. I doubt he even knows how highly I think of him. If I need some straight-up honesty he is my go-to guy. I know my weaknesses and flaws and never give up on the idea that I can be a better person and my ISTJ is inspiring in his steadfastness and refreshing in his perspective.

    The love of my life is an INFP. He is all things comfort, love, and sanctuary to me. Truly, an open-minded person. And we both seem fine-tuned to catch each other's bullshit in the act because we know how the other thinks and can spot our negative tendencies creeping up.

    That's not to say of course I haven't known unhealthy INFPs or ISTJs... I believe my mother is an ill ISTJ. She was badly abused for years, her mother died when she was a little girl, her father was a raging, abusive alcoholic so on and so forth. I've seen an uhealthy ISTJ and it is one scary mutha.

    The same could be said of an unhealthy INFJ which is what I'm confident you described above.

    ...some of us may be really awesome... You can't rewrite your experience with unhealthy types, but perhaps you can rewrite your outlook on them.

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    I know two girls who I think are INF.

    The first I am more certain of her type, but she also had some family issues. She was very friendly but reserved and shy, always thought well of others and treated them well, unfortunately was a little gullible and ended up getting pushed around by others. She was still very distant, though, and it led to problems in our relationship and her relationship with others... She just seemed to be off in her own world and no matter how hard people tried, she could not be reached.

    The second may be an INF or an INT. We get along really well, and we understand each other's need for space. She is more passionate about things--about everything--than I am, so that's always fun to follow.

    That's just my personal experience with them. Generally I feel like they draw me in, even though they can be hard to relate to.
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    I really like and admire SJ's for being so anchored in reality. Without them nothing would ever get done, and the world would fall into disrepair.

    I think I get along really well with my ISFJ friend, I find everything about her interesting and amusing, I relate to where she is coming from but not where it took her at times. However I feel safe around her, I feel like at least someone is infront of me against the hoardes of crazies outisde.

    The only ISTJ I knew in real life was either insanely unhealthy and a terrible representation of that type, or you all need to get locked up because he was spot on.

    Both ESTJ and ESFJ's are also great and get my admiration again because of how driven they are. Maybe a tad too controlling at times, but there is reason to their madness. If I took their advice when it was offered I might be further along in life than I am taking my own lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    I really like and admire SJ's for being so anchored in reality. Without them nothing would ever get done, and the world would fall into disrepair.

    I think I get along really well with my ISFJ friend, I find everything about her interesting and amusing, I relate to where she is coming from but not where it took her at times. However I feel safe around her, I feel like at least someone is infront of me against the hoardes of crazies outisde.

    The only ISTJ I knew in real life was either insanely unhealthy and a terrible representation of that type, or you all need to get locked up because he was spot on.

    Both ESTJ and ESFJ's are also great and get my admiration again because of how driven they are. Maybe a tad too controlling at times, but there is reason to their madness. If I took their advice when it was offered I might be further along in life than I am taking my own lol.


    So SJ's like me in return, or you'll really hurt my feelings
    Awwww BerberElla, thank yooou, that was very sweet! I definitely like you!

    (Oh and ISTJ's are cool. I think those examples were just bad apples)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Awwww BerberElla, thank yooou, that was very sweet! I definitely like you!

    (Oh and ISTJ's are cool. I think those examples were just bad apples)
    Yes, but they'll never be James Caan-cool.
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    Don't tell me he's an ISTJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Don't tell me he's an ISTJ?
    No, he's not.
    I was quoting Jack Flak. (on ISTJ coolness, or lack thereof)
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