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    Hum... I'm pretty sure of my enneagram. I mean, I put that because it is my recurrent results, I'm fairly integrated to 1. I identify a lot with it. When I test, sometimes I come up as an 1w2, 6w5 or 5w6 too. My tri-type maybe is 4w5-1w2-6w5.
    And I have seen many 4 INFJ's as well...

    And @Randomnity, said one thing that I must agree, that things I listed aren't really type related coldly analyzing...

    If there is some "tie-breaker" questions, I would answer too! I'm here for it. ^^
    Last edited by Rosabel; 08-15-2012 at 09:53 AM.

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    Are you more worried about self-expression or about annoying others?

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    Oh my God, let me think...

    Well, about self-expression... people (an myself, heh) always have seen me as different. And I really like it. I don't really know the origin of this different thing. But about the self expression per se, I have to say that I really like voicing my opinions, thoughts, beliefs about everything, knowledge, and even feelings (without being very emotional... I am only very emotional when I'm really distressed).

    About annoying others. Gosh, I hate feeling that I'm annoying people. This feeling exists since I was a child, what made me very independent. I don't even like asking favors, I tend to do eveything I can alone. Sometimes, I'm prone to ask people if they are in the mood of talking about certain topics before I start (when the topic may cause some discomfort in my interlocutor, I have to say).

    Is it? Or I misunderstood something? (:

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    ok, let's say a completely theoretical question. Would you rather autoplay music on your profile to proclaim your musical tastes to the world, or would you avoid it out of concern for annoying people?

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    I'd avoid it. I don't find it annoying for me, but if there is a possibility of annoying others, I think twice. Hahahahaha. ^^

    I like to post musics on my Facebook profile, but people listen to it if they want to.

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    Aha! Welcome to the Fe club.

    (http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...ad.php?t=57475)

    (Mostly joking. Mostly)
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    Hahahahahahaha, now I see your point! Thanks.

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    About INFJs

    •Holistic visionaries, oriented towards contemplation
    •Amongst the types with the highest average IQ
    •Strongly linked to the Dependent personality
    •Somewhat linked to the Depressive and Narcissistic personalities
    •More common in women than in men
    •Repress their Extroverted Sensing function, meaning they may forgo living life to its fullest
    source - http://www.celebritytypes.com/infj.php

    About INFPs

    •Idiosyncratic dreamers with strong imaginations
    •Strongly linked to the Avoidant personality
    •Somewhat linked to the Histrionic and Dependent personalities
    •More common in women than in men
    •Repress their Extroverted Thinking function, meaning they sometimes preserve their own opinion in the face of facts and evidence to the contrary
    source - http://www.celebritytypes.com/infp.php

    Which description do you relate better to @Rosabel ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    About INFJs

    •Holistic visionaries, oriented towards contemplation
    Yes.
    •Amongst the types with the highest average IQ
    Yes. Tested.
    •Strongly linked to the Dependent personality
    No.
    •Somewhat linked to the Depressive and Narcissistic personalities
    I suferred with the Depressive Personality Disorder in my early teens.
    •More common in women than in men.
    Woman
    •Repress their Extroverted Sensing function, meaning they may forgo living life to its fullest
    Yes!

    About INFPs

    •Idiosyncratic dreamers with strong imaginations
    Yes.
    •Strongly linked to the Avoidant personality
    No.
    •Somewhat linked to the Histrionic and Dependent personalities
    No.
    •Repress their Extroverted Thinking function, meaning they sometimes preserve their own opinion in the face of facts and evidence to the contrary
    Never.
    Last edited by Rosabel; 08-28-2012 at 04:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    About INFJs

    •Holistic visionaries, oriented towards contemplation
    •Amongst the types with the highest average IQ
    •Strongly linked to the Dependent personality
    •Somewhat linked to the Depressive and Narcissistic personalities
    •More common in women than in men
    •Repress their Extroverted Sensing function, meaning they may forgo living life to its fullest
    source - http://www.celebritytypes.com/infj.php

    About INFPs

    •Idiosyncratic dreamers with strong imaginations
    •Strongly linked to the Avoidant personality
    •Somewhat linked to the Histrionic and Dependent personalities
    •More common in women than in men
    •Repress their Extroverted Thinking function, meaning they sometimes preserve their own opinion in the face of facts and evidence to the contrary
    source - http://www.celebritytypes.com/infp.php

    Which description do you relate better to @Rosabel ?
    I'm willing to bet that if you asked INFP types this, they would say NO to the repressing the Te function aspect and say YES to the repressing Se aspect. Do you want to know why?

    - Because INFP types are horrible with Se!!! The type uses Si (tertiary), therefore it looks alike in some respects to the crappy Se (inferior) using INFJ.

    - Also, INFP noobs would probably look at the repressing Te aspect of that and deny it. Who doesn't want to be logical? Who wants to be an emotional babbling idiot? From what I've observed, most newbies do not realize that although it is termed introverted feeling, jung intended for it as a rational function (not feeling = emotion in the traditional sense).

    Personally, I would look at the extroverted function Fe vs. Ne, that should be revealing as it is extroverted and thus it is errr....more "tangible." Although I see you've already figured it out, but just for kicks, here's a useful thread by an INFP author: http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...confusion.html

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