[INTP] Do you get bored easily? Are you impulsive?

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    Do you get bored easily? Are you impulsive?

    Now that I realize I am non-social extrovert, I need to know if introverts get bored of being by themselves? Imagine you don't have a laptop or a book or anything, would you get bored?

    Also, are you impulsive? Do any of you have anger issues?

    //a lot of introspection today.
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    Unknown Personality

    Without a laptop or book or anything...I think I would start experimenting or exercising with my body, see what I can do. Or I could just zone out and contemplate or meditate-ish, or I could go for a walk and contemplate and discover new places and such. I could visualise stuff or compose music pieces inside my head, examine my surroundings..I think I wouldn't get bored that easily.

    With regards to most of that of which I wrote above, I would say I am impulsive. Trying things out and perceiving and all.

    I somewhat have angre issues, I'd rather say agitation issues, they mostly uprise with my mother being involved, but I am more and more getting things under control.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    I get bored easily when I'm in school...other than that, I can pretty much never be bored. I could entertain myself with my thoughts allll daaayyy. After a few days of that I would feel the need to return to civilization though.
    As for being impulsive...never. I think everything through 6363849 times before I decide to do it.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Yeah im like that, pretty impulsive i cant be without getting info and i get bored a lot... also i like to be with people because they have free info and i like it but often if the info its uniteresting i get out of there... pretty impulsive even for talking, and anxious when im bored... strange life thought if i think less i get sick, im a daydreaming junkie i cant live in the moment if there is no people around me, its like procrastination with the procrastination cant focus in only one thing its pretty boring... until a fun thing comes and i give all my attention to it.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I get bored really easily. Easily amused, easily bored. It's a very irritating trait. I wish I had more longevity with things.

    I'm not all that impulsive unless I can think of literally no negative consequences. I think I come across as more impulsive than I am. Like I bought a guitar. Just because. And I'm relatively sporadic with where I go when I'm out. My INFP friend and I have a habit of getting on a train to go 40 miles so that we can buy milkshakes. In our defence, they do any flavour and they're so good.

    I wouldn't say that I have anger issues. I'm pretty adept at biting my tongue. I do tend to snap though. It builds up and then I will scream for a bit, apologise for overreacting and say nothing more about it. I'm also very "out of sight, out of mind" as a person, so if I move away from who/what was annoying me, I tend to forget about it. Very inconvenient when I'm trying to be mad at someone.
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    I tend to get bored easily. If I have even a few minutes of down time, I tend to pull out my android and start looking at wikipedia pages or something.

    I'm also impulsive. It's been a problem in my life. Mostly this has to do with buying things or sticking my foot in my mouth. As for anger, no, not at all.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I'm pretty sure you could lock me in a blank white room and it would still take me a couple days to get bored. I've spent whole afternoons on my couch just watching the clouds go by.

    I'm not really impulsive at all. Every once and a while, sure, but almost everything I do has been thought out.

    No anger issues at all. In fact it's really difficult to get me angry. I can recall shouting in anger once in the last 10 years. I'm most likely to go very cold and quiet when angry.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    At some point, when a laptop was out of reach, being alone, and having nothing better to do, I started focusing on items, to exercise my telekinetic ability... Wish that would have worked though.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Yes,it seems that i could be easily bored at anything i do because at some point i feel like drowning at some specific thing make my perspective too narrow

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I'm always thinking of what else i could be doing which makes me get bored with just doing one thing. But i sort of hop between things quite impulsively as a cure for this boredom, so i guess it balances out. If i have to focus on something, though, e.g. studies, and can't just follow my impulses, i not only get bored, but also go a tiny bit insane. I think all this leads to me being somewhat flaky and unreliable (hippy translation; i'm a 'free spirit').

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