Really? we all seem to be extremely nice and caring, especially to one another.from my experience there are far more bitter INFP's than there are nice ones
in retrospect everyone has a nice side, but the INFP's i know don't show that side as often as they show their bad side
So what you are saying is... ALL INFP's are extremely nice and caring?Really? we all seem to be extremely nice and caring, especially to one another.
An evil INFP movie villain would be the archetype of the dystopian "idealist" who wants to rid the world of whatever s/he perceives as the biggest threat to what s/he values, or to what s/he identifies as being vital to his/her sense of self. .
I can be evil towards people that I consider (really) evil people. I'm never evil towards people that I consider innocent (and likewise) and people that are what I consider decent. Though even then I consider myself quite accepting of others as / also I have empathy. Anyone that tries to exploit / harm / damage people that I consider decent / innocent / the vulnerable / etc can be subject to my rage if such person are not careful and it is not pretty if it happens as my "I don't care about the consequences" mode / state can appear. I'm also a 5 Enneagram and so I can be quite emotionally detached at times when I am outraged and out of control but thankfully that is happening less and less as I am growing older.Is it possible? Could an infp be evil? What do you think it would look like?
Wow, I relate to this completely. When I was younger, people would often tell my parents I was 'good' or 'perfect'. I hated the idea of people focusing on my behaviour, or to be known as solely good, and actively sought to have people not see me in such a positive light. I actively sabotage positive reputations... even discouraging all possibility of anyone coming to be dependent or attached to me.I think I can be really cynical in a "tough shit" kind of way, which could be seen as evil by some people. It is mostly when people are expecting something out of me that I just can't or won't give them at the time. And it could be anything, including emotional support or a kind gesture. Sometimes I sabotage kindness and go the opposite way, like I resent being expected to be nice all the time, so I purposely do the opposite. Like I need to prove to myself that I am not a doormat. Sometimes this makes sense and sometimes it doesn't at all. For example, if someone is being really nice to me, I sometimes will see myself uncontrollably be rude to them FOR NO REASON. It's like I don't want them to keep being nice to me so I make them confused or mad at me so they will stop being nice. That could be considered evil because it doesn't help anyone, including myself.