Could be. I personally cringe at the idea of 'doorslamming' being a typical INFJ thing. It seems like a pretty selfish and immature thing to do overall. I've been more the recipient than deliverer of doorslamming, because I generally try to accept, either people's flaws or circumstances, and, if I can't accept it, I tend to let them know why I can't be in a close relationship with them right now, and leave the door open in my mind, in case things might change. I never burn bridges.@dulcinea Exactly. I don't understand how can someone get from 10000 to 1 on emotional levels in no time. It feels like hitting an emotional wall that gets you from 200 km/h to 0 km/h with devastating consequences. (Yeah, I'm exaggerating a bit).
Oh, and I discovered that INFJs tend to do this often. It's called INFJ doorslam. Good to know.
And I like how there is a second discussion in this topic unrelated to mine (maybe a little bit related). That's weird and fun. Continue it, please.
It is reminding me of those moments when I'm telling a story and I deviate to another 5 collateral stories to make that first story easier to understand.