do INFPs have serious issues with anger? in my teens, i would rarely get angry at people and when i did, i found it hard to express my anger at them if i didn't know them closely. but for those i was close to, when i got angry i could be very snappy and hurting, although it happened seldom.
over the years, with therapy and life experience, i am still the same, but i am much more aware of how much anger i carry within myself from my early childhood. i think INFPs have very strong values, and when they are violated, they find it very hard to accept and forgive the other. so far, i fail to really, truly be forgiving and accepting. it is like a frozen part of me that doesn't change, no matter what.
the anger makes me reserved, but also gives me a sense of passion to stand up for what i believe in.
i think this is also linked with the inferior extroverted thinking function, which deals with being assertive, executing things, and making your control over the situation explicit.
how do other INFPs relate to anger? do you tend to hold grudges? how do you use extroverted thinking in a healthy manner?