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    Senior Member misfortuneteller's Avatar
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    Default What reasoning is there that 4 is the most common for INFPs other than statistics?

    I mean the INFP groups generally seem quite 9-ish to me. Also why is it that 9 is the most common for ISFPs when they are also Fi doms?

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    Few other type profiles are written in a way that I think Fi+Ne relate to..

    People have typed me as 2 (which I am not) because I don't fit neatly into what the picture of a 3w4 or 5w4 is like... Fi+Ne added to those types, already makes it softer, more emotional and artistic....

    I also took a very long time to find my types.. cos I was like, nothing was quite jiving. I had to develop my own understanding..... melding Fi into types
    Creation is the only cure.

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