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cecilymonson said: I'm also an INTJ. People often create this idea that I'm arrogant and stand-offish because of the classic INTJ mentality. Every personality type has disadvantages. Also, not every person is going to be a poster child for their personality type. I think it's quite unfair to judge the character of a person based on their personality type. But why should I care? I'm an INTJ. I have no feelings.
Judging someone by a Meyers-Briggs test alone is silly way to judge people. Also, as an INTJ, I wish we didn’t have feeling sometimes. Feelings are terrible. I’ve cried for three days straight before. It was awful.
I’m aloof and arrogant to mask being uncomfortable in social situations. Like Mr Darcy, a famous INTJ.
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If you feel that this blog is missing introvert experiences from any life experience, feel free to submit some.
I’m only one person living one life, so there are bound to be perspectives on life I don’t have.
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Friendly reminder that just because you’re an introvert doesn’t mean you get a free pass at
-not learning how to communicate with others (including strangers)
-not learning how to get along with people who feel or think differently than you
-having to work in a public space or with lots of people
-not helping people around you
-being an asshole in general
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finally someone said it omg bless this post i’m reblogging again because it’s back why doesn’t it have more notes omg
As an introvert, I don’t hate interacting with people. I love it.
In small and meaningful doses.
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