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Well, I enjoyed my more abstract math classes, such as calc 1-3, diff eq, and discrete mathematics. I enjoyed learning how to prove math theorems. I also enjoyed learning how to program. Despite achieving high marks, I don't consider myself talented at math or programming. I don't have much interest in applying any of what I learned, and I've probably forgotten most of it. Also, I never felt like I belonged in those classes. The atmosphere didn't really congeal with my temperament. It's not like most of it came naturally to me either. I had to put a lot of work into it.

I wish I wanted to be a programmer. I wish I had the confidence to have a STEM job.

I also enjoy strategy games, such as Europa Universalis 4. I think I prefer narrative rich walking simulators because they leave a more lasting impact, but I've sunk more hours into strategy games.

That said, I don't know that the above is contrary to the INFP stereotype, since I've read INFPs can get into logic via their inferior Te.
 
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