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This is a discussion on Socionics INFp's where are you hiding? within the Socionics Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by Adriana Anyway, like they say over at the INFJ board: "You don't find us, we find you!" ...
Man that's just lame though. I have no say in the matter? I know there's something I can do.
I was in gymnastics for 6 years, and spent most of my life in various dance classes.
But I do not participate in either of those things anymore.
INFp women are easily found in places where they can flex their imagination. Bookstores. Renaissance Faires. Comic Con, and other cosplaying conventions. Personality theory forums. Oh, hey... So those would be my recommendations to start with.
its ok to be a little turned on
I'm pretty sure I'm the socionics INFp as well.
I've found that the socionics cognitive functions make more sense and explain more behaviours, especially between types. The english descriptions on popular websites are pretty dumb though. (The person that wrote that stuff doesn't actually have anything to do with the person who came up with the system, because there's a language barrier to cross.)
And people keep making stupid statements like INFP = INFj because they don't understand that the whole point of socionics was to redefine all the cognitive functions for introverts. (And so it works out to where the ones that are the most visible to others are the ones that we don't consciously experience. Which explains why people keep thinking I'm random.)
So again, the starting point for socionics is to try to redefine the cognitive functions for introverts. And the written descriptions I can only assume are written by someone who was trying to make a profitable website, and needed to come up with some quick content.