You know, INFP's functions seem almost like an exaggeration of typical human development.
Fi in childhood - well, I mean, what child isn't prone to emotional overload? I think a lot of children are probably trying to figure out a moral framework by which to live as well.
Ne in late teens/young adulthood - This is the stage that developmentally, we are supposed to crave new experience anyway. It probably means, though, that a lot of INFPs have trouble with getting things
Your absence is deafening.
It's all the screeches and howls of a too-full room.
It's my blood crackling as it chills.
It's my brain screaming, reaching out and trying to touch some trace of you.
There is not a shred of you, here, though.
I fear for you, my love.
The last one who had my heart,
Well, she didn't deserve it.
She abused the privilege.
She had me forget and hate myself.
Now, I might not have all the patience,
The selflessness and forgiveness
I had before that.
It's not fair to you.
I know you're more worthy of it all.
I wish I could take back what she stole from us.
I will never stop trying to be the best
At home, being the only intuitive one means I hear the following all the damn time:
"You think too much."
Admittedly, that is somewhat true. Sometimes I can't get out of my head at all. I'm stuck there. I don't know any other way to be, even.
However, is it not a good thing to approach life from a skeptical and analytical perspective? I don't think surface information should be accepted at face value at all. When people are speaking to me, I
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When I look up, I see you looking at me.
And when you look away, I can't seem to stop myself from staring at you.
I think this qualifies as "romantic comedy" cute.
I want to be patient and let the chips fall where they may,
But oh, if after this season we never meet again, I will regret my hesitation.
Please don't let me go without hello.