Suzannah took the survey.
INFP Stereotype survey
1. Romantic: Yes, but not in a traditional way, I definitely think certain things are romantic when they probably are not to others.
2. Hypersensitive: I don’t know if i’d say “hyper” sensitive. I am very aware of everything inside of me and around me at all times.
3. Idealist: definitely.
4. Loner: Yes.
5. Non-logical: Not at all. I am probably one of the most logical F’s you’ll ever meet. I was raised by an INTJ and ESTJ so that definitely helps.
6. Cry: Sometimes? But not regularly or anything. I feel strong emotion, but crying is a very vulnerable thing for me to do, I honestly only cry with people I feel extremely close to or whenever I have extremely powerful emotions.
7. Empathetic: absolutely. it sucks.
8. Belief in God (or a higher power): yeah.
9. Pushover: not at all, in the career world especially, I can be an aggressor. Unless I love you, then you can usually beat me up and I won’t care.
10. Shy: When I was young, yes. Not really anymore. Sometimes I get a little shy whenever I am in an extremely awkward situation.
11. Prefer to live in the fantasy world: What other world is there?! ;) I try to balance it…But I fail mostly.
12. Low self-esteem: In the past, yes. I have grown into loving myself slowly over the course of my young adulthood. The freer and truer to myself I am, the more I find myself loving myself.
13. Never think things over: Um, no. I obsess, is this really a stereotype for us? I’d say INFPs are over thinkers. We are constantly examining and reexamining the world around us and the things we do. “Always on a quest of the heart and mind”
14. Creative: Yes. Definitely. Creativity is my only currency.
15. Hate conflict: I don’t necessarily hate it. i’m an aggressive person, growing up in a family full of S’s and T’s meant I had to learn to speak my opinion and back it up. My dad, who I suspicion to be an INTJ, basically raised me up to be an idealist with extremely powerful argumentative skills. Another reason for my love of NTJs is that, being surrounded by them has only made me more powerful of an NFP, and my smaller skills were developed even if I didn’t want them to be.