Signs You Are An INFJ, One Of The Most Unique Myers-Briggs Personalities

Signs You Are An INFJ, One Of The Most Unique Myers-Briggs Personalities

Even though I'm an introvert I'm still naturally social.

ISFJ (Introverted, Observant, Feeling, and Judging) is one of the 16 personalities from the Myers-Briggs test. It's also one of the unique ones of the bunch, and it's my personality type.

At first, I was really against the results, the I, S, and J all made sense but the F didn't. I feel like I choose to think over feel, but even though us ISFJ's have the feeling trait we still have excellent logical reasoning abilities. It's the same with being an introvert, while we are introverted were different from the other introverts because we have well-developed people skills and social relationships. Our intimate level with others is better than any other personality type. We're also hiding but very willing to consider to change and new ideas.

ISFJ's are selfless people who engage in work and the people we believe in with enthusiasm and generosity. We are very enthusiastic when it comes to making a difference in lives by taking the support, reliability, and imagination we have and apply it to the change we want to make.

INFJ's are universal helpers by sharing knowledge and experience, whenever possible we choose empathy over judgment. We like to support the people around us and only strive for win-win situations. We use our great imagination to help us with our empathy.

INFJ's are observant because we like to observe others feeling and seeing things from their perspective. Which could also be a weakness for us because we are so concerned for others feelings that we don't make ours know. We are so private and sensitive that we keep our feelings on the inside to protect our feelings so we can also protect other people's feelings, our shyness also gets in the way of telling our feelings to others.

INFJ's are so hardworking that we have so many high standards for ourselves that knowing we could've changed something minor to make a task better will make us downplay our success for the task. Which isn't already a good thing because we're so humble that we already downplay our success. We have this strong idea of perfection that's is so easy for us to overload ourselves so we can meet everyone's expectations and ours. We like to accomplish our goal to the highest standard and beyond what is required, we are so careful and we use a steady approach to our end goal.

Because we are so hardworking if we get negativity from conflict or criticism in our professional life we carry that into our personal life because we take things too personal that we don't know how to separate personal and impersonal situations.

INFJ's are very selfless that we let things slide and we believe things will get better soon. We don't how to say no, which is why we have a hard time standing up for ourselves. Other people take advantage of our dedication and humbleness by pushing their work on us and then taking credit for the work we did.

INFJ's are loyal, we make excellent memories to remember people and the details about their life. We make friends by having mutual support, advice, and reassurance. We like to maintain a secure and stable environment for ourselves and our loved ones.

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Coffee Consideration: Pedophilia & The LGBT Community

Part 1 of the issue surrounding pedophilia and the LGBT community beginning with my personal feelings.


Dear people who think pedophilia deserves a spot on the LGBT spectrum,

When I first read that 'pedophilia,' was being considered as being added among the LGBT community, I nearly spit out my coffee.

There were even Ted Talks featuring different people using phrases such as, 'they have feelings too,' and, 'we should consider all sexualities.'

My nose turned up, and the coffee I was drinking became a sudden catalyst to potential vomit. For the life of me, I couldn't understand why this was even being an idea to promote.

Now, I speak directly to those who feel compelled to 'consider the feelings,' of those who identify as pedophiles: did that person consider the feelings of the child they preyed upon?

I'm trying to find an image in my mind where a child's feelings were taken into consideration before their innocence was stripped cleanly away from them without protest. Alas, there are none that exist in my mind. No amount of Ted Talks will change that.

Even while I write this, I am still utterly shell-shocked that we live in an age where something in previous eras that was found to be horrific is now being pushed into society as a normality.

Any time someone wants to tell me that I'm black Alice and have accidentally fallen into Dysfunctional-land, please let me know immediately.

The LGBT community is not a lab where you can test out your ideas to see if they will work or not for the rest of society. It is a place in which people, some being my loved ones, had to fight and still are fighting to live within every day. There are people that have even died just to do so. If you'd like a metaphor, their community is their home, and your seeing pedophilia as a sexuality is the unwelcomed guest that walked in, kicked their feet up on the coffee table, and asked, 'what's for dinner?'

You are trying to place one of the most inexcusable acts onto another body of people, which is an absolute insult. I see this 'revelation' of yours as spitting in the face of the entire LGBT community.

You've actually inspired me to go catch up with the LGBT community so we can further discuss this atrocity over more coffee. That's the only thing you've done right, it seems, so, thank you?

Do you have children or know of children you are close to within your personal life? The next time you utter another word about having a pedophile pass as a person who is misunderstood, remember the face of the child you encounter every day. That is the very same person your 'misunderstood pedophile,' wants to prey upon.

Your opinion is your very own, but to summarize my feelings on everything I just said, I'll use the most informal approach in case you got confused along the way while reading:

You tried it.


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