1 week ago. Jan 6, 2021, 5:55 PM
Clickbait you say?
INFJ is the rarest type in the population. It is the least common type among men, and the third least common among women (after INTJ and ENTJ). INFJs make up: 2% of the general population. (I am not an INFJ)
INFJ are easily spotted yet the most difficult to comprehend for me.
In their writing, thinking amd word, they yell out to me. Complex, smart, brilliant, deep, empathic and a nemesis.
Every run in, but one, has left me turning on my heel and running in terror. I am loath to understand them---transparent to their view of me--- unable to relate to their thought process as a lowly crab that I am.
An enigma.. yes that is a good word. Nemesis --yes! in one intense experience. Better? maybe so.
Now to the walrus..a handsome fella! In my unofficial cage profile survey ,fully 55% of the profiles claim INFJ. Remember they are easy to spot in their writing and thoughts. Profiles will be long,complex and challenging.
Soooo when you claim INFJ in a 2 line profile and in a message to me that says-- Hey!!
I think maybe you are a walrus and not what you claim... you can not enter the INFJ club by just declaring it so.
I need to add INFJ have wonderful traits I don't know of any negatives. ..the one I relate to most is attention to detail. NOTHING escapes their gaze. Either intuitively or by dogged research they will find the answer. One way I spot them is by the research they do. If they miss things right in front of them or by easy reading or digging. ...then we have a walrus.