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  • INFP

    13 43.33%
  • INFJ

    7 23.33%
  • INTJ

    0 0%
  • ISFP

    1 3.33%
  • INTP

    4 13.33%
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    INFJ it is. Slap the label on him and he is now human.
    He has no Ni whatsoever but hey, that's a minor detail for a Dom Ni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    He has no Ni whatsoever...

    Lol.
    Ridiculous.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Wasn't it the INFPs who get the most confused about their type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Wasn't it the INFPs who get the most confused about their type?
    No, it's the INFPs who most resist being typed in the first place. Lots of people of every type get confused about their type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    INFJ it is. Slap the label on him and he is now human.
    He has no Ni whatsoever but hey, that's a minor detail for a Dom Ni.
    When you edit your post like that, it makes it look like simulated is dragging something further out of context within his quote. It's funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    Sometimes I see people like Wonkavision get ebullient on vent (though I love the guy) because someone is trying to stick a label on him. He lashes out with Te quickly and puts up barriers. I'm not exactly like this. I also see other ENFPs on the forum who feel they've been goaded very easily; so then they use Te to prod their opponents. It's always so fun to watch Fi being cradled by Ne and Te. I'm not like this though.
    You continually describe yourself as non-INFP. I don't get what the difficulty here is.

    It's harder for introverts to figure out the last letter because P/J indicates which of the top two functions is extroverted (not dominant), which for introverts is not the dominant but the secondary.

    You might be thinking "gosh I don't show that many J characteristics" but remember that IxxJs are dominant in introverted perception, so their favorite thing to do is interpret meaning/significance subjectively. The J only describes the attitude they're using when they make a point of extroverting, which is less frequent for introverts than use of their dominant introverted perception!
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    You continually describe yourself as non-INFP. I don't get what the difficulty here is.

    It's harder for introverts to figure out the last letter because P/J indicates which of the top two functions is extroverted (not dominant), which for introverts is not the dominant but the secondary.

    You might be thinking "gosh I don't show that many J characteristics" but remember that IxxJs are dominant in introverted perception, so their favorite thing to do is interpret meaning/significance subjectively. The J only describes the attitude they're using when they make a point of extroverting, which is less frequent for introverts than use of their dominant introverted perception!

    What you highlighted there...that's Tater saying that he's not an ENFP with bursts of tert Te rage. He didn't say he's not INFP. INFPs behave a bit differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    What you highlighted there...that's Tater saying that he's not an ENFP with bursts of tert Te rage. He didn't say he's not INFP. INFPs behave a bit differently.
    He says it's fun to watch Fi being cradled by Ne and Te (which applies to both NFP types), and that he's not like this. He didn't explicitly say he's not INFP, but he keeps describing NFP tendencies and then distancing himself from them.
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    This is my post on another thread. This may help in the way function are seen depending how you view them. Could you be very close to an XNFX which is why you find it hard type yourself?

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    Alright here. I made this to help explain the two views functions are seen in.

    Analogue View



    This works as it indicates you can't be Ni without Se or Ne without Si. Same with Te/Fi and Fe/Ti.
    It gives an understanding to the functions and MBTI types in an easy fashion.

    Digital View
    The digital view looks at it in the black and white.

    The functions have an order. There is no in-between solution of the function.

    It is not this:



    It is this:





    There is no in-between.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    He says it's fun to watch Fi being cradled by Ne and Te (which applies to both NFP types), and that he's not like this. He didn't explicitly say he's not INFP, but he keeps describing NFP tendencies and then distancing himself from them.
    No, really, you read it wrong. He was giving ENFPs as examples. What he's referring to is something that both ENFP and ESFPs sometimes do when they're crossed. INFPs don't quite react the same way, which is why the negative perception of them is just that they're more whiny or emo because they don't have the Ne/Te pushing the emo out forcefully.

    Fi cradled by Ne and Te = Fi between Ne and Te.

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