In a hypothetical scenario, which character do you think would outlast the other? Do you believe an INTJ's cognitive functions are specifically geared to make him/her a stronger villain, or hero?
Is there any existing media (books, movies, tv shows) where something like this is depicted?
Sadness lurks in those unkempt corners
When not swept properly, it festers and grows
It invades the silence when the mind is idled
Tainting the calm sunset as a fierce wind blows
It preys on that fleeting sensation of contentment
A transient flame obliterated by the rain
A firefly in a jar...
My madness seems to be coming back. I feel powerless infront it. The pain I cant deal with emotionally I battle out physically by inflicting harm. It was a dark place when I was there thinking about hurting myself. I am different by day and different by night. I am a shape shifting, conscious...
TLDR version: Answer the question in bold.
There's something about being an INFJ that I could always relate to, but could never understand why I did based on theories of MBTI and cognitive functions alone. That is inner conflict and the vast complexity of our nature. I've had reason to believe...