I can’t quite put my emotions and current feelings into words but I’ll try my best.
So tonight I came out to my Christian college ministry group. I am not only a member of the church, but on the leadership team, so I already felt many emotions dealing with personal conviction, because of what the Bible states, etc regarding homosexuality. God also states to love one another deeply, to not judge, etc. But anyway, today’s discussion in church was on Gay Marriage, I sat in the seats feeling nervous, scared, terrified you name it, I was it. I eventually spoke up and came out as a Bisexual Christian, and the love and care that was reciprocated was everything and more I could have ever wanted as a response to me coming out to my church family. I love this group of people with all my heart, and it is really nice knowing they love me for me, my whole authentic self.
What is your favorite shade of purple? Lavender ( I’ve seen some people call it “marshmallow”)
Justice, enlightenment or liberty [for all]? Justice for all
If you could secrete a slime with a single limited property (mildly toxic, stinky, localized numbing agent, whatever), what would you chose and why? I’d love to (consciously) secrete slightly stinky slime if only because it’d be helpful in keeping folks away from me at school
How many languages do you know? uhh English , Hindi , Tamil ( spoken) , and Arabic and I could find my way around a bunch of other Indian languages too I guess
What do you want on your headstone for people to remember you by? Oh god I don’t know ??
Would you sell IQ points for money, and how much would you sell? I’d buy them for sure but I don’t have enough to sell
Do harmless cultural nicknames like ‘sweetheart’ or ‘miss’ or ‘dude’ bother you? Never been called sweetheart or miss but I don’t think it’d bother me , and dude is fine haha
What is your favorite childhood memory? ……….making an email account in 5th grade
Favorite type of game? hffj I hate games but ?? board games I guess I don’t play any though
What’s your aesthetic? Water , Plants , Skies , Blue things and Pens
What people think INFPs are like:
Precious sweethearts who are -so- emotional and cry about -everything- all the time.
What INFPs are actually like:
Warriors that are stuck dreaming about the ways they want to help and rescue the people they love, and win love in return. They want the world to be like the fictional one they have in their head and if they are too overwhelmed by life's problems they want to be -alone-, even away from their closest friends, to be upset and jaded at the world.
How people think INFPs socialize:
When they see their friends, they weep for joy because it's so beautiful, and they just can't take the sheer beauty of the friendship.
How INFPs -actually- socialize:
Most of their social interactions happen with the version of you they have in their head.
How often people think INFPs cry:
Everytime the sun sets. Everytime the icing on their cupcake is perfect. Everytime they walk in the park. Everytime the wind blows. Everytime...
How often INFPs actually cry:
When something has come along to truly, truly break their heart. Which is actually hard to do. When everything that they have desired in life begins to fall apart and they feel their dreams crumbling. When they realize they don't know what to do, to go back to where they were before. When they're watching a sad movie/reading a sad book.
How easy people think it is to befriend an INFP:
Be a person. Congrats you're their friend.
How easy it -actually- is to befriend an INFP:
It isn't. You may consider them -your- friend, but they don't consider you the same. You're not really their friend until you prove that you and they share a true kindred link.
What people think INFPs dream about:
Being rescued by a knight in shining armor.
What INFPs actually dream about:
Being a knight in shining armor, rescuing.
What people think annoys an INFP:
What actually annoys an INFP:
Loads of stuff, including MBTI posts that type us as crybaby cinnamon rolls. Please stop. It's humiliating. Thanks.