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    That fucking Ni-Fi loop which renders you useless and incompetent. Like, what the fuck. Why is the worst fucking loop is designated to INTJ's? Tertiary Fi already can make someone desire to swing themselves from a god-forsaken cliff, but the lack of Te? Like... I knew INFP's which were more useful than me in a Ni-Fi loop. If you are here, find a way to get the fuck out. Trust me on this. Otherwise, you'll be fucked up beyond all recognition but luckily, not recovery. You can, actually, recover from a Ni-Fi loop, albeit it won't be easy.

    The Se grip which makes you a perpetually drunk sex maniac. Enjoyable if you can take out the perpetual drunkenness thing. Otherwise, Pan incarnate. Give everyone else a headstart for they should run for their wines... and their wives. If you have a high tolerance of alcohol you also should pray to all the gods you know for the safety of your paycheck. You will do a lot of stupid shit and either become thoroughly debauched and vile... Or, if you can control the energy, you may and will get larger biceps and broader shoulders.

    PoLR Fe. I am not going to say something about this. I don't want to. Like... what is this shit? I can't even...

    These are all, for beginners.

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    Every INTJ ever:

    Let's lie in bed at night and mentally plan our entire escape route and defensive strategy in the event that someone breaks in. Surely that will one day actually be useful, and everything will work out just the way that we imagined it.

    Also, let's pretend for our entire lives that we don't have any feelings, and when those feelings get overwhelming, let's not tell anyone because that would be shameful and also... we can solve everything ourselves anyway RiGhT?!??!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetta View Post
    Mature INTJs eventually learn to conform a bit and play the social song and dance recognizing it as a means to accomplish their objectives and ambitions within the framework of society. INTJ people embody a host of contradictions. They are both cynical and idealist; robotic yet sensitive. They are mysterious persons who live inside their minds analyzing the possibilities that do not even register with other types. INTJs do this in an almost magical, uncanny way. They are very private, reserved and aloof individuals. Others may view the INTJ as arrogant and cold. They are self-contained and not emotive or inclined to put their feelings on display for other people to see. They would rather let others believe they haven't any emotions but they know this is not the case at all. INTJs do not focus on feelings but they are aware of what they feel. They simply prefer not to act on those feelings in the moment choosing instead to analyze it later and reflect on why they feel the way they do so they can reach a rational verdict on the matter.
    I just wanted to say a lot of this is not like me at all. I am not cynical or robotic. I also don't deal with my feelings in that way either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    I just wanted to say a lot of this is not like me at all. I am not cynical or robotic. I also don't deal with my feelings in that way either.
    Would you say that you identify with any of the "typical" INTJ issues originally posted ( by you)
    A lot of issues that INTJs have relate to Ni taking an overly dominant role in their personality. Some examples of this:

    Don't listen to other perspectives - At times, the INTJ can quickly dismiss things that others might say and have a tendency to come across like they think they are always right. Even if they do listen, they may not come across like they are. The explanation for much of this is that the INTJ can use Te to cut off new information rather than the more productive use of Te, which is to judge their insights against the external world.

    Overly critical - INTJs are prone to finding fault in things and situations to an excessive degree. They can tend to blame others for things that go wrong or apply judgement towards others rather than themselves.

    Don't know know how they come across to others - INTJs, especially when young can be pretty oblivious as to how they come across to other people.

    Unrealistic expectations - INTJs can have excessive expectations of others as well as themselves. Nobody measures up.

    Hard time communicating - They can have difficulty communicating what is in their mind to others. Sometimes, they are vague and cannot easily express the reasons for the way they think.

    Occasional indecision - Though this is not usually a problem, at times the INTJ can be overwhelmed by all of the different pieces of information, scenarios and sides of an issue making it difficult to reach a decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abcdenfp View Post
    Would you say that you identify with any of the "typical" INTJ issues originally posted ( by you)
    A lot of issues that INTJs have relate to Ni taking an overly dominant role in their personality. Some examples of this:

    Don't listen to other perspectives - At times, the INTJ can quickly dismiss things that others might say and have a tendency to come across like they think they are always right. Even if they do listen, they may not come across like they are. The explanation for much of this is that the INTJ can use Te to cut off new information rather than the more productive use of Te, which is to judge their insights against the external world.

    Overly critical - INTJs are prone to finding fault in things and situations to an excessive degree. They can tend to blame others for things that go wrong or apply judgement towards others rather than themselves.

    Don't know know how they come across to others - INTJs, especially when young can be pretty oblivious as to how they come across to other people.

    Unrealistic expectations - INTJs can have excessive expectations of others as well as themselves. Nobody measures up.

    Hard time communicating - They can have difficulty communicating what is in their mind to others. Sometimes, they are vague and cannot easily express the reasons for the way they think.

    Occasional indecision - Though this is not usually a problem, at times the INTJ can be overwhelmed by all of the different pieces of information, scenarios and sides of an issue making it difficult to reach a decision.
    I think especially when I was younger I was guilty of all those things. The "hard time communicating" was the most frustrating part for me though some of the other things were no doubt frustrating for others.

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