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    Quote Originally Posted by ZanesBrain View Post
    Really? Well, I've seen those exact traits written in an INTP discription many times...
    But I guess they're similar nonetheless...

    And yes, I just read it. And agree with my being defensive, BUT I'm not dramatic or anything at all.
    Just when I feel challanged/irritated.
    I'm still at odds with it though not completely convinced I'm INFJ.
    Well, I would say that if you're not sure, to just label yourself an INFJ.

    INFJs are the hardest to type because we can sometimes mimic other types. We're the most thinking of the feeling types, so it can fool people.

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    How'd I miss one..

    Hello and welcome. INFJ, INTP, you'll figure out in time. At the very least, we'd have fun tossing you around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    Your INTP traits sound like INFJ traits.
    I was thinking the same thing, too. Not that an INTP can't have the traits you listed for INFJ, they just usually don't consider them a major part of their personality or feel very comfortable admitting to them.

    Welcome, BTW.
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    Hmm. The easiest distinction should be between the P and the J it changes which function is extraverted (the N/S for the P and the T/F for the J). It also has such a fundamental direction on life in general. Suggest you have a ponder about that..

    Oh, and welcome

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    Welcome bro! What sort of electronica do you like?

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    i struggled between INTP and INFJ for a while.

    i don't think INTPs think they might be INFJs, honestly. you're most probably INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alchemist View Post
    Welcome bro! What sort of electronica do you like?

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    hey, yeah I'm just responding to this now..

    I like pretty much all kinds, house, dark wave, industrial, minimal. Love it all man!

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    Hi Zane, welcome to the house.

    Yup, I know what you mean with the INTP/INFJ overlaps. Same enneagram reading, and my function assess shows high scores in Ti, Ne, Ni, and Fe. So... I know I am not J, but I still identify with and love INFJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Hi Zane, welcome to the house.

    Yup, I know what you mean with the INTP/INFJ overlaps. Same enneagram reading, and my function assess shows high scores in Ti, Ne, Ni, and Fe. So... I know I am not J, but I still identify with and love INFJs.
    =]
    yeah, I still don't know... I guess time will tell. (or maybe not).

    ..Are/were you fortunato over at intpc??
    I hope this isn't a dumb question.

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