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This is a discussion on Male INFPS within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; sometimes i wonder what it would be like to meet another male infp... ... i say, "another," because i have ...

  1. #21
    INFP - The Idealists

    sometimes i wonder what it would be like to meet another male infp...

    ... i say, "another," because i have a twin brother who also happens to be an infp.
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  2. #22
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Being one, I don't think that we are "rare," you just have to look in the right places to find certain MBTI types.

  3. #23
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by silverlined View Post
    I just want to say male INFPs are to be treasured and those who get to know them are lucky people.
    QFT - and treasures they truely are!
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  4. #24
    INFP - The Idealists

    We are pretty cool I guess...

    Kind, Generous, Caring and Considerate... with a unique perspective on life and a great sense of humour

    INFP'S Rock!

    Too bad most girls like assholes who are false and full of shit
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  5. #25
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Candu View Post
    I wonder if there is an evolutionary reason for the low percentage of INFPs....perhaps you need 10x as many doers as dreamers.
    I have thought about this often. I consider how humans were in small packs and tribes as we started off. To me, it is obvious that all types are necessary in our society, even ESTJs. Having different types of people allows us to see things from all different sides and flourish as a race.

    I see us, INFPs, as the tribe shaman. There to handle the spiritual, be there for all the other tribe people and help them with their issues, be a healer or "medicine man," etc.

    As far as I can tell, you probably only need 1 of those for a tribe.

    I think as we evolved, that the human race naturally has kept the right balance for our tribe to keep going, even as it became global in size and we advanced. The world doesn't need 90 psychologists and 10 construction or office workers for every 100 people. They need 1 psychologist and 90+ construction/office/etc. workers :)
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  6. #26
    ENFP

    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyDevil View Post
    I have thought about this often. I consider how humans were in small packs and tribes as we started off. To me, it is obvious that all types are necessary in our society, even ESTJs. Having different types of people allows us to see things from all different sides and flourish as a race.

    I see us, INFPs, as the tribe shaman. There to handle the spiritual, be there for all the other tribe people and help them with their issues, be a healer or "medicine man," etc.

    As far as I can tell, you probably only need 1 of those for a tribe.

    I think as we evolved, that the human race naturally has kept the right balance for our tribe to keep going, even as it became global in size and we advanced. The world doesn't need 90 psychologists and 10 construction or office workers for every 100 people. They need 1 psychologist and 90+ construction/office/etc. workers :)
    Hmmm...makes sense...

  7. #27
    INFJ

    Quote Originally Posted by APPLES View Post
    I just have to say I kind of find all of you really fascinating. I have a really hard time accepting that you all exist in real life because I've never run across one. My only major relationship has been with an ISTP and I honestly thought... until i started studying mbti recently...that our ST NF differences were some horrible, frustrating male/female thing. So, I can easily accept the female INFPS... but you male ones are still like some shocking novelty to me. I guess I have a lot to learn.

    Just wanted to let you all know what the deal was is in case you all find me stalking your profiles... ;)
    I think I'm kind of reverse on the spectrum, I've always been curious about the female INFPs, particularly romantically. It seems like conversational depth is one of the hardest things to find in a relationship, and the potential once 2 INFPs open up to one another could be some extreme countless hours of talking, smiles, laughs... and perhaps bitter rivalries!
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  8. #28
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by APPLES View Post
    Hmmm...makes sense...
    I was about to say the same thing :]
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  9. #29
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by APPLES View Post
    Hmmm...makes sense...
    who would do the work if there weren't any ESTJ's...don't really need many of us INFP space-cadets

    *dreams up a new vision*
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  10. #30
    ENFP

    Quote Originally Posted by Lad View Post
    It seems like conversational depth is one of the hardest things to find in a relationship, and the potential once 2 INFPs open up to one another could be some extreme countless hours of talking, smiles, laughs... and perhaps bitter rivalries!
    *Sigh* God, that sounds so amazing... in theory anyways.

    I'm prob being too idealistic(lol) about it though...sometimes I seriously annoy the crap out of myself...


     
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