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In the Brain of an INFJ

What do INFJs really think about? How do they perceive the world around them?
by it's annie on 19 November 2012

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Transcript of In the Brain of an INFJ

They ask for these things in return: Your love
You have to be thinking about them
Your love
Your attention
& love They're great listeners and will always be there for you. Contrary to popular belief, INFJs do know how to have fun and not just serious conversations. If they're an artistic INFJ, they probably already wrote about you or painted you. They're constantly thinking of buying you things. Creativity They're constantly thinking about you. You're in the backs of their minds. They sign up for exorcisms to get you out of their heads. Consistency Inconsistency If you're on their good side, you will experience their undying loyalty, kindness, and concern. If you don't have an INFJ caring about you, you're missing out. Good Side Bad Side What do you not understand about the "I" part of an INFJ? They're recovering misanthropists. Relationships Self Do you have an INFJ friend? Is he or she a complete mystery? Here is a view into their insecurities, I mean, their thoughts. In the Mind of an INFJ If there's one thing they're proud of, it's their listening skill. An INFJ can listen to your problems for hours - on the phone, on the internet, through blog posts... They want to be a part of your every fiber of emotion and thought. Here are a few examples of INFJ humor: An INFJ will not forsake you, but he or she might forsake him or herself. They will need time on their own to think because they have so much to think about even though no one else around them cares. They have to figure out the meaning of life. Like. Today.

They also like to think that they're driven less by emotion and more by thought. This means, one day, they might decide to be Machiavellian and cut you out of their lives.

Don't worry. They'll come back. An INFJ will seek your attention and thought constantly. They need to know that you're thinking about them. They need to know that you care more about them.

They're firm believers of balance except on the topic of friendships. Their friends need to love them more than they love their friends.

It's the only thing that makes sense to them.

Their idea of a good friendship is one that shares a secret blog with them.

Oh, and of course, you have to post more than they do, so they can maintain their mysterious demeanor. An INFJ will do the first and last: people and ideas. They claim versatility and masterful maneuvering in society. An INFJ will most likely think of him or herself as more of an IN"X"J because they think they're both thinkers and feelers. In fact, they will most likely think that they're all of the personality types given their self-perceived adaptability. Friends They will dismiss the help. Insecurity An INFJ most likely hates him or herself. Their friends will tell them otherwise. The thing is -
they are misunderstood and no one understands them and the world is against them. INFJs think both that
they're terrible people and that they're the best friend their friends can have in order to survive in this chaotic world. They're the deepest shit around. I'm not exactly sure what I am. I am both a thinker and a feeler. I'm both extroverted and introverted. I am both mysterious and open. I have secrets, but I have a blog. I don't like to talk about myself, but really, that's all I want to do. I am good to have around for philosophical discussions, ideas, and originality. I think I'm the most unoriginal person. I get depressed about it. Really, my life would just be so much easier if I were an INTP. An INFJ is prone to:
develop paranoia
become a recluse
become a radical
fall into depression
come close to suicide but won't actually commit it
underestimate their worth
find artistic outlets
wish to be someone else
skepticism and pessimism
passive aggressiveness Final Note: If an INFJ loves you, you're very lucky. If an INFJ hates you, you're fucked. They're pretty vengeful.
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