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Do you even cry often or maybe not at all? There seems to be some variety to this question in the general MBTI community.

Following from above, if you do cry often or easily, what makes you cry?
If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about? Was it sad/happy tears? Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?
How do you feel about crying in front of others?
How do you respond to others who cry?

Feel free to elaborate on these questions as it is a subjective, personal angle with many different situations.
 

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Now that I'm far more comfortable with being myself, I find myself cry more often. Still not a lot, but far more than back in the ole days. During high school days I was 'taught' by fellow students and other people (other than family) that crying is for the weak, especially when you're a guy. That's a no go.

Now I see it more as a way of people showing (in a beautiful way) that they care about something or that they don't feel well. And sometimes crying just helps to make you see more clearly that something isn't as fucked up as you thought it was. To me, crying isn't not a sign of weakness, but a sign of a strong person who feels comfortable to be vulnerable, especially around other people..

Crying in front of others isn't something I'm comfortable yet. Last time (also last time that I cried) that that happened, was two weeks ago. My sister cried, because I shared some of the stuff I was struggling with the last few years. Because of her crying and the sharing, I had to cry as well.

Usually I cry about small things that touch me. A certain song, movie or certain small things you see or hear in daily life (like old couples slow dancing with each other with a smile *snif snif*).

ps. Not dissing people who don't cry at all or not often. I just can't stand people who make fun of people crying or tend to see crying as a sign of weakness.
 

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Animal abuse ruins me for days. Especially dogs. :crying:

When someone wins on TV and does a lot of screaming. The loudness and intense emotions go right to me. :crying:

In the movie Road To Perdition, something happens to Tom Hanks in the end. I started crying in the theater and cried all the way out to the car. Could -- not -- stop. Some kind of subconscious thing going on there, couldn't control it. Embarrassing. This was 10 years ago? I forgets.

How often do I cry? Wow. No clue. I don't pay attention much. Maybe twice a month? Sometimes I go months or a year or two without crying. Depends.

Death of a relative doesn't always make me cry. Once a relative I loved died and I did a dance in the living room.

Woke up Monday a couple weeks ago, turned on TV, and they had a witness talking about running and hiding from Steven Paddock (shooter) in Las Vegas. I swear I sat there and cried at her story and the whole sad tragedy.

Intense emotions from OTHERS, happy or sad, can make me cry. *Sensitive* Sometimes I feel emotions from others. Transfers to me.

If others start crying I'll usually just sit there and be quiet. I don't think I've ever looked at them and yelled "Suck it up buttercup."
 

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I go through phases where I'll be operating in life very cerebrally, and so my heart resembles a raisin. During those phases, I experience emotions that are very superficial, and I don't care deeply about anything. When in this state, I don't feel like my best self, and I constantly feel like something is off, and I will always know in the back of my head that I will have a breakdown (or breakthrough if we want to see it that way) at some point.

When I go through the opposite phase, I feel like my best self. In this phase, I cry just about anything, mostly beautiful things, multiple times a day.
Always privately though. If I'm in public and I can't contain myself, I wil find a way to hide and not show anything and appear "normal" and composed. I've learned that people are terrified of seeing someone cry, doesn't matter the why, even if it's about something joyful.

What makes you cry?
I'd echo everything the above posters mentioned. Mostly I'm a happy cryer.
- Totally relate to Sily's "when someone wins on tv" xD
- But most of all, if someone cries, I do too. It's contagious, I feel everything that they're feeling, be it happy or sad or intermediate, their emotion is my own at that moment and I have no control over myself, it's like I'm possessed.
- When someone is really happy, or when something amazing happens to somebody.
- When I feel really really happy and consumed by a wave of pure love.
- Beatiful music & scenery in a movie, emotive scenes between characters, beautiful sentences in books, emotive scenes in videogames...
- When I disappoint someone or myself. When I feel not-good enough. When I feel stupid or humiliated. When I have regrets.

If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about?
Whenever I go through my non-crying phases, I can go six, seven, eight months without shedding a tear. This is incredibly unhealthy for me, btw, do not recommend at all.

Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?
If happy tears:
During --> Feel okay, I don't think about it, it just happens.
After --> Feel very "myself". I feel connected, peaceful, relaxed. It also sends me into an existential pondering of life and the universe and meanings of existence.

If sad/angry tears:
During --> Want to stop it, can engage in self-hate dialogue in my head, my brain yells "stop this! you are not fixing anything! the animal is already tortured/killed, the girl is already assaulted, you already disappointed whoever..."
After --> Feel numb or dead inside, but something in my head tells me I just shifted something inside that had been stagnant before, and that's a good thing.

How do you feel about crying in front of others?
Never. I'd rather stab my eyes.

How do you respond to others who cry?
They get my attention, my ears perk up and I move closer to them because I'm very intrigued by the reasons behind the crying.
I will know intuitively what to do in the moment, whether to say something or remain quiet. I find it very easy to deal with this kind of thing.
I find it much less easy to be the cryer and allow someone else to witness/respond to me. I don't deal well with that, most probably because I've only had two people out of a hundred in my life who actually responded well to me in such a situation, everyone else tries to suppress you, and suppression is rejection. Why would I put myself in a situation where I know 100% I'll be rejected? Nah, let me stab my own eyes instead, it'll be a more pleasant experience.
 

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Do you even cry often or maybe not at all? There seems to be some variety to this question in the general MBTI community.

Following from above, if you do cry often or easily, what makes you cry?
If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about? Was it sad/happy tears? Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?
How do you feel about crying in front of others?
How do you respond to others who cry?

Feel free to elaborate on these questions as it is a subjective, personal angle with many different situations.
1) I cry pretty easily. Nostalgia and being sentimental, anger, sadness (surprisingly this one is rare), happiness, and does crying from laughter count? When my family gets together to play games, my emotions are at an all time high, and we have to take breaks because I’m dying in chuckles.

2) I don’t like to cry in front of others (besides laughter) because I can’t handle anything else. The rest of me just shuts down, so I can’t articulate anything about why I’m crying. So, I save that for a time when I’m alone.

3) I try to comfort them. Usually when someone is crying I was a witness to that exact situation or thought process that led to them breaking down, so I try to remedy the situation while letting them cry on my shoulder.
 
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I hope that my being an ISFP will not necessarily keep me from answering these questions;; I enjoy lurking the INFP forum quite a bit! And just found this to be a wonderful topic, I don't come out of my shell very often~ Aah but I wish to express for others to not look down on me for not being one of you if that may happen, I just really like to cry is all ...


♡ Do you even cry often or maybe not at all?
Ooh goodness;; I am one to cry @ almost all things, even if it's just my eyes watering up a little bit;; I find myself to be easily moved to tears, plenty of things can impact my emotions. I once read somewhere, in Nurture by Nature: Understand Your Child's Personality Type - And Become a Better Parent that ISFPs "cry more easily than [persons] of other types", whereas within the INFP description, it mentioned that while INFPs may feel things very deeply, but may have "a lifetime tendency to suffer in silence", and "much of what goes on inside the hearts of INFPs is private and hidden (especially male INFPs)." On the topic of male INFPs and expressing emotion, here's what it has to say:

"The same extreme sensitivity exhibited in preschool continues in INFPs of school age. This may begin to present a source of tension and pressure for male INFPs. In our highly masculine culture, which both overtly and subtly encourages boys to be tough and unemotional, it can be especially difficult for INFP boys to remain true to themselves and still fit in. During the second half of elementary school, it is taboo for boys to cry or openly express feelings—except feelings of anger or aggression, which are tolerated and even serve as a measure of a boy’s toughness. Many adult INFP men remember painful feelings of insecurity and fear at the possibility of being discovered as the gentle and caring boys they were. And well-intentioned but misguided people are constantly encouraging parents of INFPs to try to toughen them up—by signing them up for football or trying to wean them away from less-macho interests like reading, theater, music, writing, or other creative pursuits. Parents often have an uneasy sense that life will indeed be harder on their INFPs, so they try to pressure and encourage their child to stop being so sensitive."

♡ What makes you cry?
Whatever I can find that resonates with my soul; I feel things all too deeply and can my heartstrings plucked @ hearing a certain tune, reading of someone else's thoughts, seeing both good and evil in the world, thinking on myself. This feels like a difficult question to answer, because it could very easily be anything!

I cry the most, I think, @ the emotions of others. Such as watching sentient animals -- (they're all able to feel as we do, and wish for just comfort and happiness the same) -- cuddle into one another and happily falling asleep together, thinking to myself how warm and loved they must feel in that place and time, and how I truly wish for them to always feel that way. Listening to music, hearing someone's words and passion in their voice; just pouring out their heart. Doesn't necessarily have to be in words either! The examples that first come to mind are Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven, and Con Te Partiro (Time to Say Goodbye) by Andrea Bocelli.

I love to read biographies and watch documentaries, it's one of my absolute favorite past-times! Just last night, I was reading My Story by Marilyn Monroe, and going through the text about how she used to daydream as an orphan to make her life @ home better than what it was, and how when she was older she felt more alone than anyone in the whole world ... some things I related to on a personal level, others I couldn't entirely know what it must have been like; but reading all of these feelings, over and over, made me break down into tears @ multiple points throughout the reading. How my heart was aching for her! And what's worse, she's seen more as a thing than who she was -- misquotes everywhere online, Hugh Hefner whom became famous by using the photos she had taken @ one point in time -- for $50 dollars because she was in desperate need for money (and requested that the wife of the photographer be present during the session) -- to make himself famous, selling for $500 and not giving her a single cent. It was like "leaking nudes" @ the time, and she was in terrible fear for what it meant for her career and lifelong dream, of becoming an actress; she was depressed and in a bundle of anxiety! Now it's revealed he plans to be in the crypt right next to hers, the "ultimate blonde". It makes me so sick. It's things like this, that make me cry too. She just really had a passion for acting and learning, and knew she didn't know everything but wanted to be taught so badly; she hated being seen as a "dumb blonde" and landing such roles. She was also very shy and quiet around most others, preferring to always listen and watch. She created a whole string of thoughts, how she saw the world around her. No one in that time and place though, would ever see into her like this; everyone would just put on their own thoughts of what she must have been feeling onto her.

I'm heavy into these sorts of things, not just with her -- many persons inspire me and make me wonder, "What are you truly like, deep down?" With any record of someone's life, I'm easily swept away and feel my heart dropping and throbbing for the trials and emotions one goes through.

I cry when I think of those who love me, because I find myself very difficult to love. I suffer from self-esteem issues, but it's almost pointless to ever open up to anyone about it, because no one believes or will listen. This fact makes me cry on multiple occasions as well. I cry when I think about the future, believing myself to be "stuck" or that I'll end up nowhere (in which, my Se/low Ni may suddenly act out on impulse; I'm still trying to figure things out;; ). I cry when I think on how lonely I feel, or on all the times I've been hurt someone. I truly believe, there's no one out there for me. Although. I don't believe I'm seeking to be with someone; sometimes I wish I were single again, it felt nice to have no expectations or worries. I love my beau very much and he takes good care of me, but I often feel like I'm just in some whole other world; I'm sure he sees himself the same way too. (We're both Fi-doms).
How silly though! I cry because I feel alone, but then I want to be alone? Nothing is ever easy.


♡ Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?
Ooh I absolutely love crying! I think it's the healthiest thing a person can do for themselves, it always feels so good to just "let go", and just release the weight your heart has been holding in for too long. I'll actively seek ways to make myself cry! Such as the music, or movies or nostalgia -- anything that can make me feel something, I don't believe in living a life where you don't feel. It makes me feel clean and whole; I love being this way and living like this, I'm so happy to be able to experience emotions the way I do and I feel like it connects me so much to everything around me; helps me not feel as lonesome. In these moments, I feel more @ oneness with myself and the universe. It's something I wish to never give up.

♡ How do you feel about crying in front of others?
Ooh I hate it! It's absolutely the worst, it's only mine to see alone. But because I'm easily broken down, I've had more people see me cry than I'd like;; Others may see it as dramatic when it happens -- (although please don't see it as a daily occurrence, because over the years I've really been working on keeping things in until I'm once by myself;; ) -- but everything that happens within me and outside, is as real and true to me as can be! I'll always feel misunderstood by it.

♡ How do you respond to others who cry?
Ooh I'm big on cuddling and hugs! I'll easily approach someone with a soft voice and pull them into an embrace -- (after asking, of course!) -- and let them cry on me. I will never push anyone to tell me what's wrong, although I will ask something along the lines of, "Would you like to talk about it? It might make you feel better, but if not I totally understand, and just wish that whatever it is, things will be better soon." I love to rub backs, play with hair. Aah comforting someone is wonderful to me~ I want to be there for someone all that I can be, even if they just wish for it to be distant, then I'll be hoping for them the hardest! I'll also easily cry with them, share in their pain; sometimes though that can make it difficult to comfort someone;;
 

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Do you even cry often or maybe not at all? There seems to be some variety to this question in the general MBTI community.

Following from above, if you do cry often or easily, what makes you cry?
If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about? Was it sad/happy tears? Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?
How do you feel about crying in front of others?
How do you respond to others who cry?

Feel free to elaborate on these questions as it is a subjective, personal angle with many different situations.
I get overly emotional... it's almost a problem. I don't watch TV because most commercials make me cry, and every movie. A little boy picking flowers for his mother? In my mind, I see that as, "My goodness, look at this little child with a limited grasp of love giving everything he has to the one he cares about! What innocence, unfettered to societies harms!" It's a little pathetic.

Often, I try not to cry in front of others, because they'll think less of me. Personally, I don't have an issue with crying or really any emotion, but I understand the social stigma. It just makes other people uncomfortable, and I want them to be comfortable. I'll cry watching movies and shows around friends though. Then again, I'm not like a really bad crier. No sniffles, no noises, just a few tears and fluttering eyelids.

Okay, so almost all of my friends are women. If one of my guy friends cried, I'd probably not know what to do... Then again, I've never seen a man cry. I now realize, I've never seen a man cry. Hmmmmmmm... If a woman cries, it's really hard for me not to hold and coddle them. To me, there's nothing more sad in this world than a girl crying. Maybe it's evolutionary, but, to me, it's the saddest thing in the world. I just want to hold them, cook them delicious foods, bring them places... It's so sad... :*(
 

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Do you even cry often or maybe not at all?

I go through crying phases. Sometimes, I cry a lot and sometimes not very much. I have noticed that for me it is sort of a stress relief. I have been pretty stressed, away from home for work for 2 weeks. I was pretty stressed but because I was with work people pretty much 24/7 I had a hard time processing my feelings and emotions. I was on my way home and listening to a song that was pretty emotional for me and just crying. I think it was just the relief of heading home and having my life back.

I cried this morning. I have been away from social media and the area that I used to live just sort of burned down from wildfires. I knew some people who still were in the area and was checking their statuses and they were all ok but pretty overwhelmed. Just looking at the pictures of the neighborhoods that I knew was overwhelming and I was crying. I was glad my friends were safe but distressed that they had to go through it. Also the fires still hadn't been put out so I am still sort of worried for them.



If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about?
See Above

Was it sad/happy tears?
Both. See above.

Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?

I like how it lets my emotions out. It feels good to do that. It feels cleansing and healing and I can get on with my life after I cry.

I dislike the way people feel like they have to react to the crying. I would rather not have the attention. It makes me feel worse than the thing I was crying about. I am referring more to strangers or acquaintances here than people I am close to.

I feel like when people I don't know try to comfort me, I have to shift my attention from my crying to reassuring them I am ok. It shifts from me being in distress to my awareness of their discomfort. This gets in the way of my crying and letting my emotions out. It makes me feel self conscious and odd.

How do you feel about crying in front of others?

I can cry in front of my husband or in private. Otherwise, I don't want people to have to react to my tears.

How do you respond to others who cry?

It depends on how close I am to the person. I am uncomfortable around people I am not as close to who cry because I doubt my ability to make it better. I also don't have good boundaries so I mirror other people's emotions unconsciously. This is uncomfortable for me if I am not close to the person. If I am close to the person, I am totally ok with it because I feel like I can help with it or just hold the person. I know instinctively what to do with close friends or family who cry.

Thinking about this, I realized that it is more about do I want to use up my energy to help this person or not.
 

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Do you even cry often or maybe not at all?

I go through crying phases. Sometimes, I cry a lot and sometimes not very much. I have noticed that for me it is sort of a stress relief. I have been pretty stressed, away from home for work for 2 weeks. I was pretty stressed but because I was with work people pretty much 24/7 I had a hard time processing my feelings and emotions. I was on my way home and listening to a song that was pretty emotional for me and just crying. I think it was just the relief of heading home and having my life back.

I cried this morning. I have been away from social media and the area that I used to live just sort of burned down from wildfires. I knew some people who still were in the area and was checking their statuses and they were all ok but pretty overwhelmed. Just looking at the pictures of the neighborhoods that I knew was overwhelming and I was crying. I was glad my friends were safe but distressed that they had to go through it. Also the fires still hadn't been put out so I am still sort of worried for them.



If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about?
See Above

Was it sad/happy tears?
Both. See above.

Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?

I like how it lets my emotions out. It feels good to do that. It feels cleansing and healing and I can get on with my life after I cry.

I dislike the way people feel like they have to react to the crying. I would rather not have the attention. It makes me feel worse than the thing I was crying about. I am referring more to strangers or acquaintances here than people I am close to.

I feel like when people I don't know try to comfort me, I have to shift my attention from my crying to reassuring them I am ok. It shifts from me being in distress to my awareness of their discomfort. This gets in the way of my crying and letting my emotions out. It makes me feel self conscious and odd.

How do you feel about crying in front of others?

I can cry in front of my husband or in private. Otherwise, I don't want people to have to react to my tears.

How do you respond to others who cry?

It depends on how close I am to the person. I am uncomfortable around people I am not as close to who cry because I doubt my ability to make it better. I also don't have good boundaries so I mirror other people's emotions unconsciously. This is uncomfortable for me if I am not close to the person. If I am close to the person, I am totally ok with it because I feel like I can help with it or just hold the person. I know instinctively what to do with close friends or family who cry.

Thinking about this, I realized that it is more about do I want to use up my energy to help this person or not.
That's exactly what I do!!!!!!!!! I mirror people's emotions.

My problem is that I then feel the emotions more than the crying person :( Does that ever happen to you?
 

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Following from above, if you do cry often or easily, what makes you cry?

For most of my life, I would only cry (but fairly often) when watching films, series, animes. The suffering, happiness and other intense emotions coming from fictional people touched me more than my own. My emotions, those I would usually bottle up (and then blow up eventually, becoming an awful crying mess).

For the past two years or so, crying has become even more frequent for me. I can now cry about my own issues and boy, do I cry. It just happens now. If something is bothering me, chances are my eyes will get all teary. It is kind of ridiculous.

If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about? Was it sad/happy tears? Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?

As mentioned above, it is easy for me to cry. The last time I cried was two days ago. It was tears of someone who is confused, tired and last but not least, very lonely. I like crying, it feels good.

How do you feel about crying in front of others?

I don't like crying in front of others.

How do you respond to others who cry?

Usually the crying of others don't really affect me. They can affect me if I am familiar with the reason they are crying and if the reason for the crying touches me. That has happened only a couple of times, at most.
 

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If you do cry often or easily, what makes you cry?
Rarely. Skipped.

If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about?
I had already known the person I was attracted to had a significant other. I did not expect they would be rude, lacking class, and generally a slob. Cried a bit as I thought, wow, apparently he'd rather be with that than me. Haven't thought about it since.

Was it sad/happy tears? Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?
Sad. I understand the idea behind happy tears but I've never experienced it. I'm neutral about crying though I keep it to myself and I find it mildly offputting when people are okay with sharing their tears.

How do you feel about crying in front of others?
Nope.

How do you respond to others who cry?
If it's something very serious and personal, a family member passing, or happy like the birth of a child, fine. But I have noticed I distrust people who cry in public over any little thing like a TV show as it feels like they aren't genuine (if it takes something relatively small to change emotions, then it doesn't take much to turn them the other way, and so I question the depth of their expressed feelings).
 

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That's exactly what I do!!!!!!!!! I mirror people's emotions.

My problem is that I then feel the emotions more than the crying person :( Does that ever happen to you?
I am not sure if we can ever know the depth of someone else's emotions so I am very hesitant to say that I can feel the emotions more than the crying person. I think that some people are not able to express their emotions, are not as in touch with them or are not able to identify them as easily as others. With that said, I do empathize a great deal and feel a lot of emotions from other people, especially when they cry.
 

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Following from above, if you do cry often or easily, what makes you cry?
About the average amount for a male.

-Select pieces of music
-inspiring literary and verbal passages, especially those of an elegaic variety. (Ronald Reagan's speech after the Challenger Disaster is a big one)
-haunting life events

If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about?
I recently put together a music theory thread (check Music, Book and Movie Reviews) and I mentioned the song "The Living Years" by Mike And The Mechanics in the thread. Listening to that song (father and son lyrics) and thinking about my own relationship with my father, how I feel like it's just stagnating and how I want him to be around long enough to see some of my upcoming life milestones, and also the milestones my brother reaches. A tear fell from my eye.

How do you feel about crying in front of others?
If it's something worth crying over, no shame at all! I am just as comfortable with wet eyes as with dry ones.

How do you respond to others who cry?
Depends on the situation. Usually something to help get them back on their feet so they can continue in hope and serenity
 

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Do you even cry often or maybe not at all? There seems to be some variety to this question in the general MBTI community.
I rarely cry, and when I do it's mostly silently and when I'm alone.

If you are less of a cryer, when was the last time you cried and what was it about? Was it sad/happy tears? Do you like/dislike/feel neutral about crying?
A few nights ago. I had a very nasty fight with my soulmate over me being jealous (again) because she's crushing on another guy and not me. Of course she got mad because I was being possessive, and I ended up crying because I was so pissed and sad and toxic that day. Those were both sad and angry tears and I generally say crying is okay and should be done more often. It frustrates me how little I cry because I really need an outlet. The last time I cried like a baby (and I mean in front of others, wailing and screaming) was almost a year ago, when my dog died.

How do you feel about crying in front of others?
I hate it. I want to be alone when I cry.

How do you respond to others who cry?
I generally feel bad and want to either get away or hug the person. Tears just make me feel down, even exaggerated, fictional ones.
 
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Since getting off of anti-depressants, I tear up more often. Right now it's all self-involved. Feeling sorry for myself. Hating certain things about myself. Someone asking me how I am doing/if something is wrong. Sad songs. The video to Sleep On The Floor by The Lumineers got me bawling.
 

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I cry over happy and joyous things more now than I do sad things. Sadness has become so commonplace in my life, hence the name Monsieur Melancholy, that it's become the norm. When I experience something heartwarming such as an inspirational story of someone living their dream or people reconciling after years of acrimony and differences, that always gets me in the feels. I can't recall the last time I cried out of actual sadness. I plowed through a lot of loss and grief and heartache and frustration in my early twenties to the point where I've detached myself from most of my previous relationships so as to prevent myself from the pain of further loss. Other than the deeper, more brutal feelings of personal hopelessness from time to time, general sadness and despair are kind of just the status quo, so I'm more emotionally moved when something happy happens, as sad as that sounds.
 

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Nostalgic memories

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When I feel like I need to give back more to those I love most, but it's never enough
 

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I hope that my being an ISFP will not necessarily keep me from answering these questions;; I enjoy lurking the INFP forum quite a bit! And just found this to be a wonderful topic, I don't come out of my shell very often~ Aah but I wish to express for others to not look down on me for not being one of you if that may happen, I just really like to cry is all ...
Not at all. I adore the ISFP type, seeing how busy this forum can be, I hope more ISFP's can contribute here ^_^ It does seem being both Fi doms, how excluded we are from each other on this part of the forums, I have more in common with ISFP's in many respects than other NF's. (I love your avatar btw)
 

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I hope that my being an ISFP will not necessarily keep me from answering these questions;; I enjoy lurking the INFP forum quite a bit! And just found this to be a wonderful topic, I don't come out of my shell very often~ Aah but I wish to express for others to not look down on me for not being one of you if that may happen, I just really like to cry is all ...
I just really like to cry is all ...
Lmao this is so cute, aaagh! Hugs

& Oh my catness, so far the ISFPs I've met irl are even quieter than myself...and that is saying a lot! So please do, I would love to hear what you some of you guys have to say for once. :)
 
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