I swear to God, this has happened with people ik irl or even just people I watch on Youtube. There's like 5 INFJ youtubers who did this.
I do exactly this, but I am ENFP. Perhaps it is an NF thing?I'm guilty of vanishing. I usually hint at things I'm unhappy with and want to see a change with. If I don't get the reassurance that I need, I'll sometimes just vanish. I suppose that I want an easy clean break over a long drawn out explanation. I will think, " I was telling you all along what was not working for me and you couldn't take a hint and change. Therefore, I'm going to cease to continue. It's easier that way. " I suppose it's due to holding people up to the same standard that I hold myself up to and that might seem very unfair. I'm sorry that we do this. I can understand why it is confusing and sometimes unfair. Usually, though, if someone manages to contact me again, I'll give them an explanation. I'll show them the ways in which I tried to hint throughout it all. I have had YouTube accounts, Skype accounts, amongst other online accounts that I forget passwords to, so I vanish solely due to poor management with said accounts. Other times, I purposely will abandon because I no longer see any purpose. I hope that helps!
It could be an intuitive+ feeling thing. The losing track of passwords isn't a normal habit of mine. I'm usually pretty organized. I usually am aware and write them down. It wasn't until I was majorly hacked online, then I became all flustered and disorganized with my online passwords. The subtle hinting might be something I do to so I don't hurt the other person's feelings? I know that I can take a hint and tends to hope that other people can, as well. The clean break is due to me wanting to avoid long drawn out drama. No matter how long we draw it out, the end is going to be the same. There is no need to waste either one of ours time. INFJ and ENFP can be quite similar when it comes to certain things. Our functions are in the same order. It's just where you're extroverted, I'm introverted and where I'm extroverted, you're introverted. I could also see an ENFJ or INFP dealing in the same way. My ENFJ sister is also a lot like myself in such manners. I'd say the INFPs that in know would be the ones to vanish more easily due to their own feelings and possibly feeling misunderstood. Human behavior, in general is interesting.I do exactly this, but I am ENFP. Perhaps it is an NF thing?