So I've been visiting this forum for a few weeks, and at first I thought "Wow, there's actually other people like me." But as I've continued to come to the forum, I've noticed that there tends to be quite a bit of difference in me and other people on this forum. I don't like anime. I can connect quite deeply with troubled people on an individual basis, but I don't feel a great emotional pull to "groups" of discouraged people. I've become quite bitter towards the lower class, whereas I used to be sympathetic. (I worked in grocery stores for 6 years and saw public welfare systems greatly abused, I think this led to my lack of sympathy) If something's on my mind, I will resort to a more relaxed dress code. I tend to find myself wearing a t-shirt and jeans everyday during these times, but most of the time I dress up for no reason because I want to present a positive self-image. I've succeeded in business, being promoted as far as I can go in every position I've ever held, despite my lack of concern for "the bottom dollar". I guess the most important one of these is my inability to feel empathy for "groups". I've pondered whether it's more of a self-defense mechanism because if I did allow myself to, it would be too overwhelming. Either way, even among INFPs I still feel like the odd one out. Like I'm missing attributes that everyone else seems to possess.