Of course.Are the rarer types more susceptible to depression?
I have no mental health issues whatsoever. The blows of life have forged my will to be as hard as the hardest steel.I have bipolar so I get long bouts of depression. Every INTJ I have met in person has had some form of mental illness, including my father.
I'm proud I'm different and better in many things - but not only people don't care, they even get jealous of my brightness. What am I to do? It's not my problem they feel stupid and bland in my presence. When people get offended that way they tend to find way to hurt you and that really gets me depressed. Aside from general existential depression that I also experience often.It's not hard being different. It's hard not being recognized and appreciated. That's how rare types flounder.
For example, all the things I'm good at no one can see, and even if they could they probably wouldn't care. Yet all the things I'm bad at are incredible obvious to everyone (forgetful, clumsy, non-mechanical, preoccupied, unenthusiastic, disinterested, anti-social, cynical, etc. etc.)