Seriously. I love you INFPs for, well, reasons I cannot comprehend. I just know that I feel safe to reveal my inner self when you're around :blushed: Where are you all hiding??
Hmmmmmm. Intriguing. Would a straight-up request of "Hey, you there, why don't you come here and chat with me for a while" help you "connect"?I hide in plain sight. I make myself the "Weaver/Host", moving in and out of all the social circles and rings and bringing people closer to the center and all, but I'm always wearing a mask. I don't think anybody fully knows me. It would take a really special kind of person and a special kind of connection with that person for me to trust somebody with all of me - or it would take a very talented person to see through all the layers and facets of my masquerade all the way to the core of me.
I think a lot of INFP's would respond to that. But getting ones attention is only a very small part of the puzzel. Although we are love people and have an open mind, some of us will cut off a person if the keep hurting us. I know that is one think I do often. If someone is mean to me I will whack them out of my life as if they don't exist.
I wouldn't suggest saying "you there" because that sounds a bit rude. Just saying "Hey there" would do all right. Commenting about something you find interesting would also be better than just outright saying "chat with me." I wouldn't really nitpick in person, but I'd give probably give an odd look or/and a nervous smile to someone who approached me with that. Still wouldn't scare me away, though.
I dunno, I'd probably agree to go over there and try to be a part of the conversation to be polite and functional, but I would be a bit suspicious that someone had dared you or was putting a wager on this or something... I'd be reserved in that situation. I don't really "connect" unless I think someone is genuine and interested in getting to know me, and that usually happens on a one-on-one basis, in like, a corner, away from the group, you know, sitting down.
That is the best hint right there, but the problem is chances are I don't want to be bothered by anyone so you would have to be careful.I won't speak for everyone, but look for the odd person sitting in a corner who refuses to socialize. haha
Probably under a rock. In all honesty I am at home 90% of my free time. Unless someone knew where my home was, they would have to find me at school, walking to my car, etc... At least the town I live near, there is nothing I find worth getting out for.
"You there" might put someone in mind of Shrek and leave them expecting you to think-of/call them an ogre. There are huge lists somewhere of where to find INFPs, but I think the best thing you can really do is keep an eye out for the subtle things that make us noticeable, such as the common daydreaming... And then find a way to attract and hold our attention in a positive way.
Yeah, sure, you can do that . . . . :dry:Seriously. I love you INFPs for, well, reasons I cannot comprehend. I just know that I feel safe to reveal my inner self when you're around :blushed:
We don't have to hide. We're invisible.Where are you all hiding??