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This is a discussion on What Are Your Honest Opinions on INFP's? within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; I've seen a lot of mixed thoughts on INFP's. Some people claim they have a soft spot for us, or ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    What Are Your Honest Opinions on INFP's?

    I've seen a lot of mixed thoughts on INFP's. Some people claim they have a soft spot for us, or feel compelled to give us a hug. Others complain that we're too emotional or can't put up with us. So. What do you think, and make sure you tell us why. Why do you want to give us a hug? What makes us cause you to have a soft spot? How are we too overly emotional?

    I luff details. So the more you can give, the better.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    i'm not touching this with a 234 ft pole, because what ever i say will be misconstrued.

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I waver between FP and FJ....I think sometimes INFP's are seen as childlike, not in terms of immaturity, but in terms of their recurring sense of wonder at things
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Can't stand'em! Good-fer-nothin' loafers is all they are! Every day I see them scurrying around my yard eating acorns, and whenever I fire my shotgun all they do is start bursting out in tears.
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    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers


    I admire both Fi dominant types a great deal. In terms of strengths, I admire the intense drive for authenticity. In terms of weaknesses, I would say that some can get so personally absorbed in a "life mission" that they begin to lose an objective stance on it, undermining the mission.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by PrimrosePopinjay View Post
    Can't stand'em! Good-fer-nothin' loafers is all they are! Every day I see them scurrying around my yard eating acorns, and whenever I fire my shotgun all they do is start bursting out in tears.
    I can't stand them either. They don't know when to quit asking for huggles and are so persistent that I feel like a horrible person for not giving it to them. So I give a huggle in exchange for long piggy back ride.

    INFPs and I have an almost psychic connection, although I can't say I like all of them. Two of them turned out to be creepy stalkers. But as cheesy as it sounds, two years ago I met an INFP at a summer program and it was the first time I think I've ever felt love, and loved in return. We were both painfully shy, and he might not have felt the same way (he certainly seemed like he did!), but I'll never stop wondering what might have been.

    Thinking back on those memories I want to cry and laugh at the same time.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    i've met four infps in my stay in michigan. and i've come to the conclusion that infps are a lot like cats. territorial, does what they want (for better or worse), and can be incredibly loving/kind when the moment strikes them although it's not to be taken as being cold the other half of the time.

    unfortunately, infps can REALLY be flakey, but it's all apart of the package =DD
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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Infp's are really honest and caring and always try doing the right thing. And if the infp is a little kid with chubby cheeks, you want to pinch their cheeks together and give them some chocolate! LOL
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by PrimrosePopinjay View Post
    Can't stand'em! Good-fer-nothin' loafers is all they are! Every day I see them scurrying around my yard eating acorns, and whenever I fire my shotgun all they do is start bursting out in tears.
    This is exactly what I think of them... They're F---ing weird!
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Candid Apple View Post
    unfortunately, infps can REALLY be flakey, but it's all apart of the package =DD
    What's so wrong with that, pray tell, so as to make it "unfortunate" in your view? ;)


 

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