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INFJ - saying "no" and establish healthy boundaries

INFJ - saying "no" and establish healthy boundaries and if taken advantage of it can lead to unexpressed emotions such as resentment.

INFJs like to be prepared - the only problem is I prepare too much .................. too exhausted to do anything. (Introverts)

As an ISFJ not INFJ, I like being prepared in case the original plan didn't work out.

Not because I don't love them and don't love hanging out with them... it's just... I want to read and be philosophical and nerdy and be by myself...

Not because I don't love them and don't love hanging out with them I mean I love my best friend to absolute pieces but she is very extroverted and it can be really tiring since I as an introvert am basically giving her my energy. Love you Rissa!

Small talk is entirely insulting and is in fact a waste of time.

This usually happens when I wake up in the middle of the night.I have to go to bed exhausted or this will be true.

Seriously, all the time. Unless of course I'm writing it out, in which case emotional expression is relatively painless. But in person? In a conversation? Oh yeah. It's freakin hard.

"Seriously, all the time. Unless of course I'm writing it out, in which case emotional expression is relatively painless. In a conversation? It's freakin' hard." ~quoting my fellow INTP :)

you know you're an intp when. . . this is too true, seriously it's why I never did well in the conversation part of college

you know you're an intp when. this is too true, seriously it's why i never join in on group conversation.

What did you just call me? Oh, wait that means that I am nothing like you, which is a good thing.

You know you're an INTP when, a more emotionally volatile person calls you 'cold-hearted' and you're torn between feeling insulted and accepting it as a compliment.