[INFJ] Any TV Show Characters That Are Like You?

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This is a discussion on Any TV Show Characters That Are Like You? within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; I was just bored today and decided to start a random thread. Are there any characters from TV that you ...

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Any TV Show Characters That Are Like You?

    I was just bored today and decided to start a random thread. Are there any characters from TV that you really relate to? Just want to see what kind of answers people have, I think it will be interesting. I'm not really sure for me. What do you think?
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Toby Logan from "The Listener". Particularly season 1. (He's definitely an INFJ)
    =)
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Dexter. But only the in sense of having to fake relating to people.

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Michael Scofield from Prison Break. We have the same emotional energy (by that I mean the 'vibe' that a person gives off) and manner of expressing ourselves. We also share a similar 'problem solving mode'.
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    I'm really excited someone posted this question, because I constantly find myself trying to relate to characters in television. I just as SLN said relate really well with Michael Scofield from "Prison Break", Who's character was written really well to portray the INFJ. I really enjoyed in the first season when doctor Tancrety(spelling?) meets with Michaels therapist, the therapist goes on to explain michaels rare combination of low-latent inhibition with a savior or hero complex. I think low-latent inhibition and savior complex are traits that seem to exist in most INFJ's.
    Another television character I like to reflect myself with is Cal Lightman from "Lie to Me", I honestly haven't decided what temperament I believe him to be, but I do relate to a lot of his qualities, He's very comfortable talking to people, but it's still obvious he's an introverted person. very charismatic, because he's not communicating whats going on in his head, he simply communicates as a means to get the ends he's after. I feel as an INFJ I can relate to that really well.
    I suppose it's a bit silly of me to contrast myself so much with television characters, but it's nice to relate with people who you can admire in an over romanticized way.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Two characters stick out the most are two other INFJ's. One is Ted Moseby from the TV show How I Met Your Mother. He is sensitive, but not an incredibly reserved introvert. He cares a lot about people, regardless of whether they are close to him or not. Poetic, yet somewhat awkward, and a real romantic.

    The other is Professor Charles Xavier, or Professor X, from Marvel Comics' X-Men. The way he works with his students, one on one, working with them to unlock their hidden potentials, really resonates with me.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Strangely enough, I relate to Sam Winchester from Supernatural (though from online sources and fan blogs related to MBTI/Jungian Theory he is an ENTP which I agree with) because his dynamic with his brother (ISFP) is very similar to my dynamic with my mother. She is fairly traditional and I am a mixture; where she is black and white, I am morally ambiguous because no one situation is alike another-there has to be enough detail and a certainty about the context before making a decision. And funnily enough, I'm very closely modeled after my father but still find plenty of reasons to break away and think independently (not unlike Sam). Also, Sam's personality type is one of my potential natural partner matches. However, he can be very empathetic and feel a fair amount of guilt over the decisions he makes (which I definitely relate to).
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    ENTP - The Visionaries


    Now that they have a TV show for it as well .... I'm gonna throw this in:

    Littlefoot!! My favourite Dino ENFJ XD



    Oh .. and props for the epic Dino Group Hug :)
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    No, but according to my son & his friends...this woman in this commercial pretty much nailed me

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    castle.jpg

    All I need is a bit more E and $50 million.
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