Mar. 13th, 2017

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these are pretty much set in stone, but feel free to ask me why i feel one way or another. (aside from ones where i clearly am less sure in my typing.)

you: why are there so many infps??
me: thats just how it be sometimes
also wrt the fact that a) infps are the most unique of their type, and b) make excellent frameworks for protagonists in meaningful fiction, esp in kids fiction

also if u disagree w my intj typings literally fight me; not every intelligent asshole character is an intj and not every intj is an intelligent asshole

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1) many self-typed intjs are not intjs

(intjs are inclined to mistype as istj or infj. istjs, entjs, and sometimes xntps are inclined to mistype as intj.)

2) many self-typed intjs who are actually intjs hold a romanticized view of intj and justification for their behavior, and dislike experiencing self-doubt as frequently as they do

3) accurately self-typed intjs who don't romanticize their mbti are aware of but constantly are trying to gather more information to further understand both themselves and mbti to recognize different ways an intj manifests and the complex facets of an intj personality. despite how much they already understand or how much information they have already gathered they will never feel like they have thoroughly understood or gathered "enough" information, trying and also frequently reaching conclusions but conclusions which are always up for debate or change due to both (occasional) self-doubt, as it is their personality type; and also in that there is always more information to be added and more facts to be understood. while things are mentally understood, conclusions about mbti typing other people/characters are frequently Tentative for them in knowing that there is always room for More Information
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entps - want to stand out, which makes them feel like they fit in. if looping, often performatively behave like this, but more often than not (if not looping) it's more internalized than anything
entjs - don't see the need to performatively stand out/fit in thus will never (or rarely) intentionally behave as such; ironically, this self-confidence actually makes them fit in despite intent
intjs - often don't *feel* like they fit in, but know how to and sometimes consciously performatively fit in. most of the time act on this even if they don't feel the self-conscious need
intps - want to fit in in a way that makes them stand out, possesses little to no actual behavioral practice or knowledge of how to do this, so they tend to focus on projects/tasks to make them fulfill this even if their personality already gives them away


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i notice the perscriptive

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