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    Default INFJ or INFP?

    How can I finally get this off my chest? Thank you very much!

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    I think you need to look as your Fi/Fe.

    -Fi is more about how you feel, you do not want to fake an emotion if you are not feeling it, for example if you are not feeling good but other do it doesn't make you feel better. (INFP)

    -Fe is more about how other feel, you can fake emotion to make other feel good, in fact you are more prone to be happy if other are. For fake i don't mean you don't really feel the emotion at that moment, i mean for example that if you are a little bit sad but a people around you is really happy and engage you, you will answer in a happy way, even if you are sad. You are just more prone to temporarily change your feeling according to others. (INFJ)

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    I think I would be an INFP, then. Another factor you know?

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    INFJs are outward with their emotions, INFPs are inward
    Enneagram: 8w7 & 4w5 > 6w5

    Instinctual Varient: Sp/Sx

    Socionics: IEE - Fi

    Global 5: rLuE[I]

    Temperament: Melancholic > Choleric > Sanguine > Phlegmatic

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    Well, the second part of your OP says "Thank you very much!", therefore you must have auxiliary Fe. Not sure if I'm joking. Without longer posts, that's all I can go off.

    I've confirmed my own type through phenomenological introspection which has allowed me to identify my function orders cycling in real time, but I'm not sure how to describe the method of doing so.

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