Date: 2018-03-13 18:35
This is a really good idea. I rarely click on the links because I hate being interrupted while I 8767 m reading. Sometimes I will go back and click a link that I thought I might find interesting. Or maybe if the link opened in a new page? That somehow feels less disruptive to my reading of the post.
I also see a case made for the fifth function helping compensate for the inferior. In my case when I 8767 m stuck in Si/ 8776 Memory 8776 I tend to think I 8767 ll never get unstuck. Ni/ 8776 Perspectives 8776 can actually give me some perspective when I 8767 m unable to get into my Ne.
The idea of how female INTPs can overcome their unique challenges in communication by learning how certain acts/behaviours can induce more favorable responses is spot on. This had been a problem for me during highschool I couldn 8767 t relate with other girls easily. The strong urge to stay in a clique of sisterhood, for example, baffled me before I learnt the why/how this particular social activity is do important to some. This learning process helped me to slowly adapt to what once foreign to me as long as I 8767 m willing to put myself into the circle.
In fact, the wording of your comment implies arrogance What exactly would make you burst out laughing at the fact that others would like to be validated? If someone thinks they can feel what another feels, suddenly that 8767 s 8775 pretending 8776 ? Knowing the full situation is only half of what it takes to understand someone 8767 s emotions.
That is, they lead with Perspectives, and Harmony is an auxiliary process. Effort is required to develop the secondary process (that we call the 8775 Co-Pilot 8776 ), and so when an INFJ finds themselves indecisive it 8767 s because they 8767 re spending too much time in their Driver of Perspectives and not enough time in their Co-Pilot of Harmony.
It 8767 s like take a latent truth-seeker, and set them loose inside an enmeshed, codependent family, and let 8767 s watch the fireworks.
So, take care of yourself as much as you can. Be your own person and do the things you enjoy instead of force-fitting yourself to other people's standards. Then, when you find someone who "gets" you, you can be sure that it's the real you they're attracted to, and start building on that solid foundation.
So the path is this: early in your career you jump around to figure out what to do with yourself. Then you specialize and become a star performer in that specialty. Then you start cultivating an ability to help people , which will open up opportunities to get trained in new arenas of the company to prepare you to be at the top.
I don 8767 t know, really. This post and others like it from this blog are very confusing for me. I feel like she writes these posts for Melissa to get her to settle down and have kids. Otherwise, it seems like this 8775 advice 8776 is something one would find on a hyper religious blog. I am not interested in that.