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    My mind doesnít generate any violence at all, let alone violence I would commit. Itís actually a problem for my Viking books.... My mind doesnít go there.
    I wonder if my husbandís does? I donít think so, actually.
    @Fru2 has been in some tense situations I believe in the military.
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  2. #12
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    It takes a lot to get me mad, dehumanizing treatment is one, intent to injure is another. When I snap it's typical yelling rage with profanity. Hate to say it's uncreative...

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llyralen View Post
    My mind doesn’t generate any violence at all, let alone violence I would commit. It’s actually a problem for my Viking books.... My mind doesn’t go there.
    I wonder if my husband’s does? I don’t think so, actually.
    @Fru2 has been in some tense situations I believe in the military.
    Might be a 7 trait of avoiding thoughts about negative stuff. I normally don't think those things, but when hate takes over it's better to let the steam off through experiencing the thoughts and feelings by myself first. I think it's healthy to be aware of what one could possibly do. I was feeling much prouder of myself afterwards for having a clear judgment about it all. Nothing close to it happened in the military luckily. Besides, it's very impersonal there so it's hard to be anywhere near mad with someone I don't know. I usually get mad with people who I've given respect and let me down with corrupted values and the wrong treatment of me. But that has happened less than a handful of times in my life.

    If I'd say that I couldn't picture violence I'd be lying. I could imagine anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fru2 View Post
    Might be a 7 trait of avoiding thoughts about negative stuff. I normally don't think those things, but when hate takes over it's better to let the steam off through experiencing the thoughts and feelings by myself first. I think it's healthy to be aware of what one could possibly do. I was feeling much prouder of myself afterwards for having a clear judgment about it all. Nothing close to it happened in the military luckily. Besides, it's very impersonal there so it's hard to be anywhere near mad with someone I don't know. I usually get mad with people who I've given respect and let me down with corrupted values and the wrong treatment of me. But that has happened less than a handful of times in my life.

    If I'd say that I couldn't picture violence I'd be lying. I could imagine anything.
    There was a good thread on us and darkness a while back. I remember bringing up a documentary I had just seen on child molestation as an example to discuss the idea of being able to empathize or understand darkness and criminality. It was a good discussion, really deep.
    I donít know, itís interesting where our minds go and what we decide to act on. There are lots of psychologists studying that as far as I can tell
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    I get pretty internal when mad (Fi), just snippy if your messing with me
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    I know Iíve been mad, so why am I having a hard time remembering instances? I also find that interesting... and would anger have to do with Enneagram like @Fru2 wonders? Itís a good question. The burn of having hurt feelings is so much longer and stronger than anger for me. It is interesting. I think I might start a thread on Enneagram and emotions in the NF forum.
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  8. #17

    When I'm really angry I will basically sit you down and start yelling about all the reasons why your ways of thinking / acting are unacceptable. I will dissect it all - and you have to accept each part so I know you understand and take responsibility. On top of it I will tell all the ways why their personality is flawed and what they need to work on. It is swapped Ne+Te. I also tend to swear/curse a lot.

    Things that make me angry are unreasonable people, simplistic reasoning when accusing someone, injustice, questioning my intent, not behaving appropriately in public, disrespecting old people or basically fragile people in general.

    Additionally I will be passive aggressive towards you for a week after to remind you of all the tiny things you do/did wrong until you go insane. Usually mirroring their behaviour works for most part.
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    I try to keep my anger to myself and will withdraw from people until it settles down. I do this because I want to figure out why something was irritating me, and if it's worth being mad about. If someone has irritated me I try to act like I wasn't bothered and I will distance myself from them. Maybe I'll get more cold and direct. I don't see the point in getting riled up most of the time. I keep a tight reign on my anger because I strongly value having self control and thinking before you speak or act.

    I think I have a fairly strong 9w1 fix though that explains most of this.
    Also, I don't like being bossy because I myself hate being controlled or told what to do. I react badly to cruel, impulsive, and manipulative behavior. Shallow, close-minded, and judgmental people irritate me to no end as well.
    There was only one time I let my anger loose in an explosive way and I was just as surprised as the people around me, but it was a great release. Sometimes I will imagine similar violent scenarios similar to what Fru2 mentioned.
    Sometimes I will set up a prank
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sour Roses View Post
    Hi everybody,

    This is your friendly / grumpy INFJ, here to ask you to show me a mad ENFP! (Sorry if this has been asked before).
    Bonus points if it's a healthy variation of mad. Righteously Fi mad... Or bossily Te mad, I want to see it!

    Now, I know this is asking a lot... For you to cross the magical boundary line leading to unhappy emotions, during happy'ish moments while socializing here on the forum.
    So, by all means, take your time... wait until you have a bad day and you need a place to vent, or until you suit up in armour so you can have fun with it. We'll wait till you're ready.

    You can post video of characters, or go off on a tirade, or just tell a story of your bigger blowups, whatever works for you. Just don't make yourself sad, or else. (I don't know what else).
    Hmm I think if you were to go into current events or @Llyralen humanity thread then you can see how my anger comes out to play . Itís hard for me to get angry at this age - most of the people that I deal with on a daily basis are young children and fortunately for me the people in my life are great


    In my younger years ( 11-17) I used to hold emotions in and then blow up once I canít tolerate it any longer and it hurts those around me- bc when angry Iíll start listing out facts about whatís wrong with them and those words can be very cruel

    I remember one time my infp aunt gave me her husbands wedding band saying it doesnít fit his finger any longer and that she didnít give it to her children bc she know they wouldnít value it as much - her eldest is too practical and would pretend that she treasure the ring - and she couldnít bare to lose the ring to my cousins gf or fiancť or wife ( because as selfish as it sounds - she loves me more )

    My enfj mom found the ring on my desk and decided to bring it to the pawn shop without asking me- I came home look for the ring and she told me ď itís a gold ban you can get it anywhere- it was only worth 40 dollars at the pawn shop- wastes my time ď
    I blew up - really blew up - I told her itís the most valuable present given to me - all the present she got me doesnít bring as strong as any meaning - she started crying and apologize- I kept on going about how ridiculous she was and how angry I am with her - I left the house to go on a walk for a good 1-2 hours knowing sheíll be worry bc sheís always worry . Gave her an attitude even after she apologizes multiple of times - itís not something Iím proud of - for my mom truly doesnít understand why something like that would anger me so much - to her itís just an object . And the more she explained the angrier I get .
    So yeah thereís an example of Fi anger


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  11. #20

    Quote Originally Posted by ai.tran.75 View Post
    Hmm I think if you were to go into current events or @Llyralen humanity thread then you can see how my anger comes out to play . It’s hard for me to get angry at this age - most of the people that I deal with on a daily basis are young children and fortunately for me the people in my life are great


    In my younger years ( 11-17) I used to hold emotions in and then blow up once I can’t tolerate it any longer and it hurts those around me- bc when angry I’ll start listing out facts about what’s wrong with them and those words can be very cruel

    I remember one time my infp aunt gave me her husbands wedding band saying it doesn’t fit his finger any longer and that she didn’t give it to her children bc she know they wouldn’t value it as much - her eldest is too practical and would pretend that she treasure the ring - and she couldn’t bare to lose the ring to my cousins gf or fiancť or wife ( because as selfish as it sounds - she loves me more )

    My enfj mom found the ring on my desk and decided to bring it to the pawn shop without asking me- I came home look for the ring and she told me “ it’s a gold ban you can get it anywhere- it was only worth 40 dollars at the pawn shop- wastes my time “
    I blew up - really blew up - I told her it’s the most valuable present given to me - all the present she got me doesn’t bring as strong as any meaning - she started crying and apologize- I kept on going about how ridiculous she was and how angry I am with her - I left the house to go on a walk for a good 1-2 hours knowing she’ll be worry bc she’s always worry . Gave her an attitude even after she apologizes multiple of times - it’s not something I’m proud of - for my mom truly doesn’t understand why something like that would anger me so much - to her it’s just an object . And the more she explained the angrier I get .
    So yeah there’s an example of Fi anger


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