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    Quote Originally Posted by cacaia View Post
    It is definitely a struggle to understand yourself. Just when I think I have it down, something else occurs to me that throws me off.
    Currently, it's this math thing. I read all over the internet that INFJs have a tendency to have super high GPAs and also to love math and science.
    I love science, true, but, try as I might, I never got more than a C+ or B- in math. Ever. So, I felt discouraged in pursuing a degree in Neuroeducation, because I had to do all sorts of calculations that would always come out wrong.
    As for languages , philosophy, grammar, writing...I didn't even need to try and I would get top marks. I enjoy writing and reading just for fun. Would that make me more of an INFP????
    My GPA in college was not high, due to some major life stresses which I corrected during Sophomore year, but which have inpacted my grades.
    I guess what I am trying to ask with this long thread is: do "real" INFJs have no difficulty whatsoever in academia?
    We are never gonna understand us , New people learning mbti never think about "self growing" . The majority of sites talks about mbti using cliches from how each type behave in certain age.

    We are alot more complex than a theory , Mbti is just a step ... humans are colectives beings someone always gonna learn and share something that shift our paradigm.
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    i'd wager that a significant portion of those that claim to be intuitive aren't actually, but just think they are because it makes them feel more "special."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greed View Post
    i'd wager that a significant portion of those that claim to be intuitive aren't actually, but just think they are because it makes them feel more "special."
    I don't even find the idea of judging people who can't understand themself , atractive at all.
    Learning/teaching/understanding in my point of view is a better aprooch.

    What's your type greed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Non_xsense View Post
    I don't even find the idea of judging people who can't understand themself , atractive at all.
    Learning/teaching/understanding in my point of view is a better aprooch.

    What's your type greed?
    well i wasn't attempting to attract you. sorry to burst your bubble.

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