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This is a discussion on Description of INFJ? within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Do you have something like this about INTP's? I read their posts and start to jump from one thought to ...

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    Do you have something like this about INTP's? I read their posts and start to jump from one thought to another with them like with your above post. You all have very interesting thought processes so if you have please share, thanks.

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonLight View Post
    Do you have something like this about INTP's? I read their posts and start to jump from one thought to another with them like with your above post. You all have very interesting thought processes so if you have please share, thanks.
    This is the longest description profile for INTPs I have come across on the Internet.

    It is ridiculously long so only read it if you have the required amount of patience and interest. I am aware that you're probably looking more for a short post of Saint Darkness72 though, lol.

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    Unknown Personality

    ^ Thanks! Ah I don't mind reading really long texts...hopefully more insight is put into the subject (not always the case though )

    Edit: oh I wanted one from saint because in itself it would include how an INTP thinks about an INTP with a certain thought process though not in a text book way but rather a personal way.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonLight View Post
    Do you have something like this about INTP's? I read their posts and start to jump from one thought to another with them like with your above post. You all have very interesting thought processes so if you have please share, thanks.
    Sorry, haven't written anything like that for any other type. I kind of had a flash of insight when I started to write the description, giving me a "feel" of how the INFJ thinks... I actually have F and J tendencies sometimes, though never had both of them at the same time... Hmm... It still maybe why I could connect to the INFJ... O_O Anyway, I'll try writting something about an INTP, when I'll have some time and interest, even though it's probably not gonna be as good as the INFJ description.
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    Unknown Personality

    Ok I see that is very interesting when things like that happen (I get those sometimes especially when writing). No problem, no need to trouble yourself with that was just asking if you had one already done.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Well, I'll still try...

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonLight View Post
    : oh I wanted one from saint because in itself it would include how an INTP thinks about an INTP with a certain thought process though not in a text book way but rather a personal way.
    Yeah, get ya. I didn't articulate it but that was a part of what I wished to convey when I mentioned something from Saint Darkness72 might suit your taste more.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    ENOUGH WITH THE SAINT! >_> Just call me Mike, it's beggining to get annoying... (Mike72 was taken, that's why I choosed this)

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    Unknown Personality

    Ok Mike will do, the current one is just a long username (I keep going back and forth to see if got it right so I just remember parts sometimes).

    Any INFJ who has a mature Ti function read the specific part in the link given by GarmGarf. Cool read, thanks again.
    He may analyse his own thought processes as if his mind and body were separate from his conscious self. In wanting to understand his reactions to things, he may treat himself, even his own thoughts, as subjects for experiment.


    I do that; I thought I had multiple personality disorder.

    Just kidding
    Independence, derived primarily from strongly introverted Thinking… If … pushed into doing something he will automatically resist… He must be given the chance to reach an independent decision, approving or rejecting the action. Hence, he must withdraw to allow the analysis process to work. If withdrawal is not allowed then stubborn resistance is the inevitable result. …the decision-making process can sometimes be rapidly accelerated when intuition takes the upper hand. The best way … is to suggest the idea as an option and let him sleep on it. … must always believe that it is his decision. Once he is satisfied that the decision was independently reached, then he is content.
    Yup applies to me too.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Yeah, I can relate to those very much, haha.
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