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    Default Hey, it's another INFJ, lol.

    Hi, I'm a female INFJ, from Toronto...I am my stereotype, apparently - like staying in my room, like art, listening to moody/evocative music, literature, parks, browsing the internet, art galleries, coffee shops, librairies and bookstores, health food stores, green parks, hikes/walks, bike rides, and a nice cup of tea. I also enjoy subversive and non-mainstream films, books and humour (there's a dark streak in me). I enjoy deep/genuine or personal conversations with close friends that I have come to trust. I don't party very much, but love to crash art parties on rare occasion, lol - just so many good characters to ogle and wade through. I've had b/f's that were ISTP, ENTP (good match, but he had issues), ENFP (ok match, but he was immature/irresponsible), and presently ESTP (so far it's ok; we're very opposite). My closest friends are/have been INFP, INTJ, ISFP, ISFJ and ESFP/J?. My parents are ESTJ and ISTJ (a duo of judgers, ee). And I think a lot about things, like MBTI

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    Hi, I'm a female INFJ, from Toronto...I am my stereotype, apparently - like staying in my room, like art, listening to moody/evocative music, literature, parks, browsing the internet, art galleries, coffee shops, librairies and bookstores, health food stores, green parks, hikes/walks, bike rides, and a nice cup of tea. I also enjoy subversive and non-mainstream films, books and humour (there's a dark streak in me). I enjoy deep/genuine or personal conversations with close friends that I have come to trust. I don't party very much, but love to crash art parties on rare occasion, lol - just so many good characters to ogle and wade through. I've had b/f's that were ISTP, ENTP (good match, but he had issues), ENFP (ok match, but he was immature/irresponsible), and presently ESTP (so far it's ok; we're very opposite)...And I think a lot about things, like MBTI
    Yup, you're the standard.

    Welcome.

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    Can't have too many INFJs around here. Y'all class up the joint.

    Welcome.

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    Hello and welcome to the forums.



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    Minerva is my favorite Roman goddess.

    Consider me your dearest owl in times of trouble (but instead of wise advice I will tell you to do wacky thinks to create a diversion which is almost the same thing as wisdom in the book of Wren). Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    Hi, I'm a female INFJ, from Toronto...I am my stereotype, apparently - like staying in my room, like art, listening to moody/evocative music, literature, parks, browsing the internet, art galleries, coffee shops, librairies and bookstores, health food stores, green parks, hikes/walks, bike rides, and a nice cup of tea. I also enjoy subversive and non-mainstream films, books and humour (there's a dark streak in me). I enjoy deep/genuine or personal conversations with close friends that I have come to trust. I don't party very much, but love to crash art parties on rare occasion, lol - just so many good characters to ogle and wade through. I've had b/f's that were ISTP, ENTP (good match, but he had issues), ENFP (ok match, but he was immature/irresponsible), and presently ESTP (so far it's ok; we're very opposite). My closest friends are/have been INFP, INTJ, ISFP, ISFJ and ESFP/J?. My parents are ESTJ and ISTJ (a duo of judgers, ee). And I think a lot about things, like MBTI

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    Hello, from a fellow INFJ art lover
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    Hey!

    Nice to have you here.

    My wifey is INFJ and we've been together for 15 years.

    The dynamic with your shadow is a trip, very intense, sometimes frustrating, but a journey well worth making work if you have a very strong gut, lots of attitude, and aren't afraid to bend the rules of fair play a little bit.

    You are dating an ESTP, you know. We're demanding little shitheads but we are alot of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Minerva is my favorite Roman goddess.

    Consider me your dearest owl in times of trouble (but instead of wise advice I will tell you to do wacky thinks to create a diversion which is almost the same thing as wisdom in the book of Wren). Cheers!
    Thanks, I'm down with wacky

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