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    i don't know, i don't really have any strong feelings one way or another for any of the types. i mean, i don't feel especially different about INFPs than any other type.
    however, my mother is an INFP, so what bad can i really say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liminality View Post
    When a person says 'Don't hold back', in my experience it implies they won't dispute the uncensored critiquing they asked for from the first critique.
    I did that on purpose, as a joke. I know what I asked for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Yea, maybe.
    I've never met a backstabbing INFP.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post



    :O!

    Lol
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    I don't know if I've ever met one, online they come across great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I don't know if I've ever met one, online they come across great.
    The internet can be very deceiving...

    Haha
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    Trying to keep this general, since the question was general.

    I think we have a lot in common. INFPs can be very cool friends to have. We share deep caring and passion for what we're interested in.

    I would say the main flaws I have noticed are a lack of assertiveness at times, when something really needs to be done, you can't always hold back for fear of hurting someone's feelings. Also, a self-righteous streak, in which the INFP feels he/she simply "knows" what's best for everyone and how the world should be.

    I am glad this forum has given me the chance to get to know some INFPs. I know they are one of the rarest types, so out there in the real world you can go a long time without ever encountering them. I have a friend and former co-worker who is INFP and he's really the only one I've ever known very well at all. And it took us a while of working together to even start to really get to know each other. He reminds me a lot of BlackCat, and I've told BC that before.
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    Infps try to compromise and work with people, are generally good natured and kind---which is great. The ones I know will buy gifts for people who are sick, try to make their work enviornment postive and usually make employee of the month, have a good relationship with everyone and are generally well liked. They are always being thoughtful and going out of their way for other people. Kudos for that.

    The problem is they function on feeling mode and can sometimes become too emotional in a crisis or they are just generally cranky. There are several different types of infps, usually there is the cranky type and then there is the doormat type. I have seen degrees in between too. Infps scare me from time to time because we miscommuniate to a troubling degree.

    Also they tend to want to be told they are appreciated all the time which is hard for me to remember and do since it's not normal behavior for me to verbally praise people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    Infps try to compromise and work with people, are generally good natured and kind---which is great. The ones I know will buy gifts for people who are sick, try to make their work enviornment postive and usually make employee of the month, have a good relationship with everyone and are generally well liked. They are always being thoughtful and going out of their way for other people. Kudos for that.

    The problem is they function on feeling mode and can sometimes become too emotional in a crisis or they are just generally cranky. There are several different types of infps, usually there is the cranky type and then there is the doormat type. I have seen degrees in between too. Infps scare me from time to time because we miscommuniate to a troubling degree.

    Also they tend to want to be told they are appreciated all the time which is hard for me to remember and do since it's not normal behavior for me to verbally praise people.
    I must be the cranky type, because I don't relate to that first paragraph
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    How much do INFP joke around irl?

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