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This is a discussion on Male INFPs, get it together! within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; mostly its about not thinking bad about the self. People just want to test our limits, especially if they call ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    mostly its about not thinking bad about the self. People just want to test our limits, especially if they call you a fake or a false one. when we begin to be original and ourselves, people for some odd reason start wanting to be like us or want to stop us from being who we are.
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    ISFJ - The Nurturers

    I agree.

    I muse about poetry and art AND pick up weights, but there are some standards even I fail at: height, hair, etc. You should like yourself for who you are and stop trying to be somebody you're not.

    Nobody is perfect. Life isn't perfect. It's okay to be different. Bask in your uniqueness.

  3. #13
    INFP - The Idealists

    I'd really like to know if there's any research about the correlation between transsexuality and MBTI type. I found nothing with Google. But personally I'm under the impression large number of MtoFs could be INFPs. Gender can be changed, after all, personality not. It might seem the path of least resistance to some.

    And I highly doubt we ever reach a state of society where this phenomenon would be completely eliminated. It'd require all people to be bisexual to some level...

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    On a side note, the tags for this thread might not be the most fortunate, since it kind of alludes to a sausage fest.

    Although i guess we could form some kind of INFP-only fight-club!
    That would prove our manly-ness without doubt, besides, fighting is healthy!

  5. #15
    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by Jompson View Post
    As for being manly, I'm about to go eat some raw meat and make a fire with a couple of sticks!
    Sounds like a good idea. I think I'll try that. And then after that I'm going to shave with broken glass.........with my face dry. No shaving lather.

    Ehre.....you made some very good points. Thanks!!

  6. #16
    INFP - The Idealists

    I sometimes think that people on this forum take typology way too seriously.

    Typology isn't a boundary that you fall within. It isn't a limitation.

    It is merely a reference point, a way to discover yourself, a way to identify strengths, weaknesses and preferences for how you like to live.

    People who blame their lives on their typology are giving it waaaay too much power.

    People who use typology as an excuse for their behavior are just being lazy. I would highly encourage everyone to use typology as a way to push themselves in areas which they don't normally feel comfortable with rather than letting it set up artificial boundaries and convenient excuses.
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  7. #17
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by itrick View Post
    I sometimes think that people on this forum take typology way too seriously.

    Typology isn't a boundary that you fall within. It isn't a limitation.

    It is merely a reference point, a way to discover yourself, a way to identify strengths, weaknesses and preferences for how you like to live.

    People who blame their lives on their typology are giving it waaaay too much power.

    People who use typology as an excuse for their behavior are just being lazy. I would highly encourage everyone to use typology as a way to push themselves in areas which they don't normally feel comfortable with rather than letting it set up artificial boundaries and convenient excuses.
    I agree wholeheartly. I never saw the INFP to be something limiting, but a way to see that I'm not alone. I may change into an E someday and I need to give myself the room to grow to do so. So many of us have different potential to what we desire to do and after we learn who we are it is still possible to change.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    what a motivational speech i enjoyed it on to the next thread!

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Actually, i think i could very easily fall in love with an INFP boy if i ever met one.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by GailStrife View Post
    Actually, i think i could very easily fall in love with an INFP boy if i ever met one.
    Or if you knew you met one.
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