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    INFP - The Idealists

    INTJ with developed Fi?

    How does an INTJ with well developed Fi act/feel like? Are them harder to tell apart from Feelers? Which type do they get mistyped for?
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    I'm guessing they could relate to Isfp a lot more.

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    I often get mistyped as a INFJ. I grew up in a family situation that heavily developed my Fi. It actually ook me a few years to personally decipher that I was in fact a INTJ and not a INFJ

    It's not very different having a developed Fi, other then maybe being more aware of your own feelings and being able to communicate what they are. I do find myself sometimes getting stuck in the F mindset when things get difficult, which can be a bit frustrating.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Spastic D. Muscipula View Post
    I often get mistyped as a INFJ. I grew up in a family situation that heavily developed my Fi. It actually ook me a few years to personally decipher that I was in fact a INTJ and not a INFJ

    It's not very different having a developed Fi, other then maybe being more aware of your own feelings and being able to communicate what they are. I do find myself sometimes getting stuck in the F mindset when things get difficult, which can be a bit frustrating.
    Do you think you fit the INTJ stereotype?

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I'm an INTJ who mistypes as INFJ and I look kinda like an infp or infj sometimes depending on my mood.
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    I'd say I was forced to develop my Fi more so than most INTJ's due to how I was raised and the things I've had to go through. I'm generally empathetic, open, and very aware of both my emotions and others, but it feels as if it came at a cost with my development of Te, especially when things don't go well. The Ni-Fi loop seems to be harder to get out of because of that lack of development and I sometimes make impulsive decisions because of my emotions, either positive or negative, rather than relying on my general logic.
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    INTJs with strong Fi (me) generally have very idealistic / value centric motives behind everything they do. The fervor of my "cause" can be equal to that of an INFP, especially when challenged.

    Despite that I don't think anyone can mistype me. I'm too typical for an INTJ - I'm essentially the stereotype... The Fi, really is just a refining factor for the Te. Think of a mad scientist without ethics vs one scientist that has strong moral / ethics - maybe even spiritual / religious. The mad scientist without strong Fi will do anything and everything to achieve his goals, while the sane one would take in value (Fi) considerations of his actions.
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    If you (or they) find the function to be that prominent, it is probably higher in your (or their) function stack than you (or they) perceive it to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentNote View Post
    INTJs with strong Fi (me) generally have very idealistic / value centric motives behind everything they do. The fervor of my "cause" can be equal to that of an INFP, especially when challenged.

    Despite that I don't think anyone can mistype me. I'm too typical for an INTJ - I'm essentially the stereotype... The Fi, really is just a refining factor for the Te. Think of a mad scientist without ethics vs one scientist that has strong moral / ethics - maybe even spiritual / religious. The mad scientist without strong Fi will do anything and everything to achieve his goals, while the sane one would take in value (Fi) considerations of his actions.
    I concur!

    INTJs with developed Fi will have more idealism that motivates them, but when we explain these ideals to others, we rationalize them (Te). It's the reason why we look like robots even when we're talking about something that we are truly passionate about, minimal facial cues makes it worse. I do find myself fitting many of the INTJ stereotypes.


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    I believe INTJs with well developed Fi are the best potential leaders for humanity.
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