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  1. #51
    INFJ - The Protectors

    I hate to be so un INFJ.
    But really?
    How are any of those things useless?
    Ghandi? Was he useless now?
    I doubt you are INFJ if you want to be something else. The whole point is being morally stable. Even though those have nothing to do with morals.
    You know how I get happy? I stop feeling sorry for my own ass, and help out someone else.

    And if you are shitty, that's your fault, and four letters didn't do that to you. They can help you or hurt you. Oh wait they can't, it's what YOU chose them to do.

    Sensitive? You think I could compose and play like I do being un sensitive?
    Abstract? Where the fuck do you think inventions come from?
    I am fearless, and sensible. I'm an INFJ. I am me! I am not four letters. You hate you! Stop hating you!
    I hated me. But I've gotten over myself. Because you know what? I'm going to be me for a long time.

    So the only thing you need to do is get your head out of your ass and you'll be fine.

    Sorry for being so harsh but I can't stand letting people rot within themselves.
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  2. #52
    INFJ - The Protectors

    lol the reluctant hero...isnt that an archetype? Strong convictions but not always matched with courage or direct will. I have definitely found myself in those shoes-hundreds of times. And I need to agree with lalalalalalalalalalalalalalala's (i think thats too many "la"s) point in that the letters don't define you. They are simply there to act as a general litmus test and are incredibly broad. To say that these letters are "part of you" is creating and defending an ego for yourself, something that people who have scored this combination tend to say they don't have. Being selfless is good, but only if you want to be. I know what it's like to reluctantly be selfless-it is frustrating to see other people take your credit-but what you need to be proud of is the fact that you believed so wholeheartedly in the completion of your goal that credit and recognition was not a factor-a true act of selflessness and altruism.
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  3. #53
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by lalalalalalalala View Post
    ...I am fearless, and sensible. I'm an INFJ. I am me! I am not four letters. You hate you! Stop hating you!
    I hated me. But I've gotten over myself. Because you know what? I'm going to be me for a long time.

    So the only thing you need to do is get your head out of your ass and you'll be fine.

    Sorry for being so harsh but I can't stand letting people rot within themselves.
    Hi lalalalalalalala

    thank you for your posts they are very refreshing...i am guilty of hating me at times too...but i have also come to the conclusion that i cannot hate me, because it is counter-productive, and i have to live with myself everyday for many years, so it is really pointless...i don't know what they are feeding kids today, but at your age you are incredibly intelligent! i have come to the similar conclusion recently, i am almost twice your age. i was probably just thinking of clothes, boys, movies at stuff at your age. well thanks for bringing about some clarity - a reminder that self hatred, whatever form is not really useful.
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  4. #54
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by whateveritakes View Post
    Hello,

    I'm sorry that this will be a most unpopular thread but i have to say it.
    I hate being and INFJ....I hate it.
    I am most definately one and am sick and tired of being so damn useless, sensitive, abstract, enslaved by my perceptions of others feelings (toward me), imaginative instead of PRACTICAL and Sturdy.

    I'm anything but sturdy, practical, sensible, useful.

    I've been one for many years and I am ready to be useful, fearless, non chalant, HAPPY.

    thanks for reading my dark post.
    In stead of crying and complaining about it, you could just use your strong points and do something useful with what you´re good at.
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  5. #55
    INFJ - The Protectors

    being INFJ is not the problem, being unhealthy is the problem

    I suggest you get more rooted in reality and doing stuff, use the doing energy
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  6. #56
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Thracius View Post
    being INFJ is not the problem, being unhealthy is the problem

    I suggest you get more rooted in reality and doing stuff, use the doing energy
    You'll be amazed at how fun it is to be part of something. I got into crew (rowing) when I was in high school and that got me out of my funk. I quickly became respected there because i was good at motivating people and many people relied on me. Getting your mind into something that matters to you and something that involves other people and doing something will make you so much healthier and happier. This was more helpful than any visit to a psychologist or any medication I took.
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  7. #57
    INFJ - The Protectors

    I actually like the INFJ type description and its manifestation in other people, but it's difficult to be comfortable in my own skin as an individual. Practicality and balance is a real challenge, I can love myself as much as I hate how hard it gets sometimes so it feels pretty damn good to have a hearty little protest on occasion! I don't really buy into the whole positive thinking business, I just try to accept that I have to live with myself and do the best with what I've got. What annoys me more is other people's negative perceptions of me actually. My inability to conform to their expectations is a source of pride as well as frustration.
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  8. #58
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by whateveritakes View Post
    Hello,

    I'm sorry that this will be a most unpopular thread but i have to say it.
    I hate being and INFJ....I hate it.
    I am most definately one and am sick and tired of being so damn useless, sensitive, abstract, enslaved by my perceptions of others feelings (toward me), imaginative instead of PRACTICAL and Sturdy.

    I'm anything but sturdy, practical, sensible, useful.

    I've been one for many years and I am ready to be useful, fearless, non chalant, HAPPY.

    thanks for reading my dark post.
    Four letters don't define you
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  9. #59
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by peter View Post
    in stead of crying and complaining about it, you could just use your strong points and do something useful with what you´re good at.

    you weren't invited here.

  10. #60
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Look, a thread got necro'd


 
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