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Hey guys, been more of a lurker than a poster on here, just curious if there are any other Australians on here, hopefully nearby? I'm up in north queensland. Doesn't really matter what MBTI.
Why, there are a great deal of Aussies here! Welcome! :happy:
 

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Yep. Bit further up the track though.
Ah ok, yeah we're all pretty spread out.
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Welcome to PerC @INTJguy! I'm an Aussie too, though I live nowhere near you.
Not many people do... out here in the middle of nowhere...

Yay finally another townsvillian. I'm an INFJ though. In any case welcome to the forum ^_^.
Awesome, my best friend is an INFJ and I have to say your type are surely hard to find but it's definitely one of if not the type I get along best with based on experience.
 

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Awesome, my best friend is an INFJ and I have to say your type are surely hard to find but it's definitely one of if not the type I get along best with based on experience.
Yeah the male ones are even rarer, but we can be good or bad, its quite a mixed bag. I know another INFJ as well and she is the more emotional type of INFJ.
 

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Aussie up north too, cooooo-eee
Have lived in Townsville too years ago..
Bit further south now...
I always bordered on J/P because my study/work required me to be timely. Now I just float around spontaneously again perennially late with everything. But have the ability do both.
INFJ males or INTP women suffer similar fates in terms of acceptance, it is not stereotypical in this world:)
 

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Yeah the male ones are even rarer, but we can be good or bad, its quite a mixed bag. I know another INFJ as well and she is the more emotional type of INFJ.
Well since my mother is an INFJ and so is my best mate I'd say even considering how rare you guys are I'd say I know your type pretty well. And I see what you say about the emotional thing, I wouldn't call either of them overly emotional. I also think it's maybe an "IN" trait to have a small circle of people you can trust so from both of them I can get an emotional "release" (I guess you could put it that way) where they'll express really deep feelings every now and then but only with people that they feel they really can confide in.

Aussie up north too, cooooo-eee
Have lived in Townsville too years ago..
Bit further south now...
I always bordered on J/P because my study/work required me to be timely. Now I just float around spontaneously again perennially late with everything. But have the ability do both.
INFJ males or INTP women suffer similar fates in terms of acceptance, it is not stereotypical in this world:)
I see on these personality forums it's always so much easier to find IN types than ES types... they're all outside and we're here on out computers lol. I have yet to meet a woman that I "know" is an INTP but I have seen ones that could be classified as solitary or somewhere along the lines of that type of personality and I see how it's unconventional for her to behave that way. Same with male INFJ's I notice it's uncommon for a man to want to express such emotions in our society... or better said it's unexpected.
And I'm an INTJ so expressing emotion is about the last thing I'm going to do hahah
 

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Well since my mother is an INFJ and so is my best mate I'd say even considering how rare you guys are I'd say I know your type pretty well. And I see what you say about the emotional thing, I wouldn't call either of them overly emotional. I also think it's maybe an "IN" trait to have a small circle of people you can trust so from both of them I can get an emotional "release" (I guess you could put it that way) where they'll express really deep feelings every now and then but only with people that they feel they really can confide in.
Yeah we are very paranoid about having our deepest feelings trivialised so we usually keep them to ourselves. Personally I prefer being balanced and having a firm hold on my emotions (possibly because my splits are all almost 50/50 and being an enneagram 1.).

As for the INTP females (mentioned in the other quote) its funny that my ex was an INTP, although she lives in sydney now.
 
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