Myers Briggs As Young Children

INFJ/INTJ: Either deadly quiet or constantly asking questions.
ESFP/ESTP: Full of energy and always moving.
ISFP/INFP: Sensitive and sweet, focused on a fantasy world.
ESTJ/ENTJ: Not happy about the whole ‘you’re a kid so we are going to control you’ deal. Ball of anger with strong convictions.
ISTP/INTP: Creepily silent and perceptive.
ESFJ/ENFJ: Kind yet very expressive, saying everything they think.
ISFJ/ISTJ: Probably a model citizen, constantly taking in the world.
ENFP/ENTP: Creative and adventurous, probably a “problem child”.

Myers Briggs by Common (oversimplified and ignorant) Stereotypes

INFJ: Mystical being
ESTP: Insensitive idiot
INTJ: Machine
ESFP: Ditz
INFP: Wimp
ESTJ: Dad
INTP: Machine #2
ESFJ: Boring.
ISFJ: Boring #2
ENTP: Fun idiot
ISTJ: Boring and a machine. Amazing.
ENFP: Manic pixie dream girl
ISFP: Baby animals that just roll around without doing anything
ENTJ: Successful robot
ISTP: A wisp of wind with no personality
ENFJ: Tiny, harmless balls of happiness

How to Know if They Like You by Myers Briggs

ENTP~ Prove themselves with arrogance and arguing
ENTJ~ Hyper critical
ENFP~ Can’t stop smiling more than usual
ENFJ~ They will act like perfection itself before you
ESTP~ Awkward
ESTJ~ Ultra listener and attentive
ESFP~ Make complete fools of themselves, in a cute way
ESFJ~ Brags
INTP~ Intense trolling
INTJ~ Stalkerish
INFP~ By the time you figure it out they like someone else
INFJ~ You don’t know and never will
ISTP~ Confronts you directly
ISTJ~ Ultra intense eye contact
ISFP~ *blushes
ISFJ~ Lots of little glances and smiles

General Impressions of MBTI Types

ISFPs are beautiful, fragile butterflies.

INFJs are crystal balls in human form.

ENFPs are manic pixie dream people.

ISTJs are like fanatically religious cats with schedules for everything.

INFPs are hummingbirds lying on the ground after flying into a window.

ENFJs are the Mufasas of the world.

ENTPs are like debate coaches who believe life is a misfit orphanage and they are the caretaker.

ESFPs are flying squirrels.

ESTJs are either Dolores Umbridge or your loyal guard dog, there is no in between.

ISFJs are moms.

INTJs are the ones no one can understand.

ENTJs will be president someday.

ESTPs are Kanye West in a laser tag game.

ISTPs are American flags flapping in the wind.

ESFJs are like pioneer women churning butter.

INTPs are puzzles.

MBTI Under The Influence

INFP: extremely affectionate
ESTJ: can’t hold their tongue; “chatty cathy”
ISFP: wants to hug everybody
ESFJ: loud and boisterous
ISFJ: type most likely to dial their ex
ENTP: comes up with crazy off-the-wall theories
ISTJ: “i’m horny, let’s have sex”
ENFP: social skills on steroids
INTP: likes to have deep conversations with people
ENTJ: contemplates the feeling of own intoxication
ISTP: impulsive “daredevil”
ENFJ: professes undying love to all of their friends
INFJ: finds everything hilarious
ESTP: tolerance for bullshit is even lower
INTJ: still the most rational person in the room
ESFP: wants to be the life of the party

Myers Briggs By Seven Deadly Sins

INFJ: Pride, sloth, gluttony
ESTP: Lust, pride, gluttony
INTJ: Pride, sloth, gluttony
ESFP: Lust, pride, envy
INFP: Wrath, envy, sloth
ESTJ: Wrath, pride, greed
INTP: Sloth
ESFJ: Wrath, pride, envy
ISFJ: Pride, wrath, greed
ENTP: Pride, wrath
ISTJ: Greed, wrath
ENFP: Wrath
ISFP: Wrath, envy, lust
ENTJ: Pride, gluttony, greed
ISTP: Lust
ENFJ: Pride, wrath, gluttony

19 Struggles Of Having An Outgoing Personality But Actually Being Introverted
Posted on July 22, 2014 by Christian M. Lyons

1. You’re not anti-social, you’re selectively social. It’s not that you don’t like going out, it’s that you are very choosy about when, where, and for how long. 

2. At any given point, you have one (maybe two) best friends who are your entire life. You’re not a “group of friends” person. You can’t keep up with all that. This small group are those you know well, trust implicitly, and with whom you feel the most comfortable. 

3. Social gatherings that are supposed to be “rites of passage” like prom and dances and other such typical nonsense is just… not for you. You don’t understand it. You want nothing to do with it.  You don’t need a flimsy reason to go out, and these events seem just like that to you.

4. When you do choose to grace a party with your presence, you are the life of it. You’re dancing on the table and doing body shots until 3 a.m.  This is not to imply that you’re arrogant or snooty…it’s just that once you decide to commit to it, you actually commit to it. 

5. … You then retreat into three days of complete solitude to recover. Naturally.

6. You go out of your way to avoid people, but when you inevitably have to interact with them, you make it seem like there’s nothing in the world you’d rather be doing.  Because you are such an active and interested listener, you are able to fully focus on others when you find them interesting and engaging.  That is, you don’t participate in small talk (and why should you?), but if it’s a topic you’re truly interested in, you’re an amazing conversational partner. 

7. Dating is weird, because you’re smiling and laughing and talkative at dinner, and then you don’t want to answer their texts for days, because like, you just want to be left alone…  And there’s nothing wrong with that. 

8. You’re accused of being flirty with everybody, which is hilarious, because in reality, you can only tolerate like four people.  Flirting is your way of being in control of social situations.  For you are not entirely comfortable in such settings many times, you can always find a way to make it bearable.  

9. You retain an air of mystery about you, completely unintentionally. (There’s no mystery. You just feel no need to update the social sphere on what’s going on in your life every two hours.)  You can blame reality television for others’ need to continually provide updates on every little thing they’re doing, because non-introverts often act as if they’re appearing on their own reality show.  

10. Not to mention the fact that you either have days in which you’re tweeting and status updating every five minutes… or you delete your accounts for a month.  We’ve all done it.  Sometimes, you just. need. a break.

11. You become unintentionally awkward because you at once feel the need to be a social life jacket for other people, though you’re just as uncomfortable yourself.  You are sensitive to the discomfort of others, so often because it reflects you’re own discomfort in such settings.  But you’ve developed you own personal safety feature to rescue yourself, and therefore cannot abide by allowing others to suffer through the same intense feelings.  

12. You’ve never really understood the whole “introvert vs. extrovert” dichotomy (can we call it that?) Because you’re… both…  And that’s where the term “ambivert” comes in.  No one truly falls on that spectrum at the extreme ends of it.  

13. You’re always run through the ringer because people think you’re best suited to be the one who gives the presentation, confronts the boss, gives the speech, etc. Meanwhile, you’re practically throwing up over the thought of it.  Your choice to keep to yourself often gives others the impression — wrong or right — that you are much more capable of saying things to others, and that they’ll listen…because you speak so infrequently, your words carry more weight. 

14. You ebb and flow between wanting to be noticed for your hard work, reveling in the attention and achievement you receive, to sinking and panicking over the thought of somebody else paying more than 30 seconds of attention to you.  You prefer to operate behind the scenes.  Let the extroverts take the spotlight.  That’s where they thrive. 

15. The entirety of your being is a conundrum, so needless to say, indecisiveness is your Achilles’ Heel.  This is not always true.  Many introverts are fully capable of being decisive.  But when it comes to leaving your comfort zone, you really have to wait until you determine how prepared you are to participate.  And sometimes, that doesn’t come until the last minute. 

16. You’re at your happiest in places like coffee shops and cafés: surrounded by people, but still closed off and keeping to yourself. In this way, you can feel like you’re part of the crowd without actually having to immerse yourself in it. 

17. You prefer to travel alone, but meet up with people once you’re there, on your own terms and at your own speed.  Not only in traveling, but in most situations, you prefer to be in control of your comfort levels. 

18. It’s taken you years to figure out that you’re different than many introverts you know. Literally years.  Because the spectrum has always been presented as either/or, you may not have realized that ambivert was also a choice.  Until now.  

19. While we were chastised as children for daydreaming, we do so deliberately as adultsas our inner lives are rich, fertile, and sustain us.  And daydreaming doesn’t necessarily mean that your head is in the clouds.  It also means that you could be contemplating issues that no one else is aware that you even know about.  And then you come up with — as if out of the blue — stunning solutions that no one else had taken the time to think through. 

Jung Type Descriptions: INFP

creative, smart, idealist, loner, attracted to sad things, disorganized, avoidant, can be overwhelmed by unpleasant feelings, prone to quitting, prone to feelings of loneliness, ambivalent of the rules, solitary, daydreams about people to maintain a sense of closeness, focus on fantasies, acts without planning, low self confidence, emotionally moody, can feel defective, prone to lateness, likes esoteric things, wounded at the core, feels shame, frequently losing things, prone to sadness, prone to dreaming about a rescuer, disorderly, observer, easily distracted, does not like crowds, can act without thinking, private, can feel uncomfortable around others, familiar with the darkside, hermit, more likely to support marijuana legalization, can sabotage self, likes the rain, sometimes can’t control fearful thoughts, prone to crying, prone to regret, attracted to the counter culture, can be submissive, prone to feeling discouraged, frequently second guesses self, not punctual, not always prepared, can feel victimized, prone to confusion, prone to irresponsibility, can be pessimistic

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MBTI + HP characters: 4. Luna Lovegood

"INFPs are true idealists. They have an interesting and unique take on the world. Highly intuitive about people, and typically curious and open-minded. INFPs are also gifted with a creative spark that allows them to generate new, unconventional and even revolutionary ideas. They are intelligent and passionate and deal well with the unexpected."

Top 5 Things That Are Really Difficult For INFPs

1. Completing/sticking with ideas- We INFPs rarely lack inspiration or motivation because of our rich internal world and extroverted intuition always grabbing random ideas. So it is quite easy to get us excited and start a project but we really struggle with finding enough will power and consistent energy to concentrate on, and finish it. Often, this leads to us having  a lot of half-done things- a scarf that we didn’t have the patience to finish knitting, a school project for which we had a brilliant idea at first but then procrastinated on, an almost finished painting of a sunset that we can’t be bothered finishing, a story that we ended abruptly because we lost interest after the middle….the list goes on and on. We also get very easily distracted so even if we had enough energy to do one thing, another more interesting idea catches our attention very easily and we start pursuing that instead. 

2. Time management- INFPs tend to have a very delicate grip on reality and because of this, we have really bad control over our time. You know those moments when you think you’ve been sitting on your bed for five minutes but it’s actually been an hour? Well, that is OUR ENTIRE LIFE. We are prone to daydreaming and frequently getting lost in our minds and coming back after a happy trip, only to realise we wasted a lot of time when we could have been doing productive things. The notorious INFProcrastination also plays a big role in contributing to our poor management of time. We characteristically just push things away for tomorrow, or some other day which we is never coming. 

3. Living in the present - We are not living-in-the-moment type of people, we are either regretting/wishing we were in the past or worrying about/getting excited for the future to come in with exciting things but we have to realise that we can only move on from the past if we focus on the present, (get your shit done NOW, work hard NOW, do NOT move important tasks for another time!) and committing to the present is the only way to build a great future! If we do not focus on the moments that are happening now, they will pass us by before we know it and they will add to our regrets very quickly. So forgive people, let go of things in the past and abandon your inhibitions or hopes for the future so you won’t be let down or live in fear of what could happen. Trust me, the present is more glorious than any of us realise (and once you move there, you can still visit the past and future!).

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4. Small talk- Making small talk and chit chat is often hard for INFPs because when we want to talk to people, we want to discuss things like what their deepest fears are and if they believe in soul mates and when we don’t want to talk to people…we just don’t! So indulging in conversations just to be polite seems really unnecessary to us, especially if it involves us stumbling through our awkwardness to find interesting remarks about the weather. This is also particularly hard for us because if we see someone we don’t know that well (with whom we are expected to engage in small talk with) and they see sad or hiding some emotion, we will pick up on that straight away and have to fight our urge to ask them about it.

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5. Making decisions- INFPs are constantly criticized for our decision making abilities with J types calling us flighty, wishy-washy, impulsive, and so on and we never say anything against it, because IT IS TRUE! Our Fi makes it impossible for us not to take forever to make a decision (unless it is extremely developed in which case our values have a compass that points to what we must do). We must analyse, weigh the pros and cons and make sure our moral code and emotions comply with any decision we make, whether it is choosing between tacos and a pizza or making a life-altering decision (Note: exaggeration :D). And when people push us and give us stupid time constraints to make up our minds, is it really our fault that we make impulsive, feeling-oriented decisions (that we might regret later) or flighty, vague choices? 




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