Your name is ALEXA. You are a 19 year old female who lives somewhere in the SOUTHERN region of the state that is CALIFORNIA. Your interests include COSPLAY, MARVEL, DISNEY, DRAWING and MANY OTHER THINGS. You have a VARIETY of FRIENDS and aren't exactly sure why you still stay on THIS SITE.
INFP | Derse Dreamer | Rogue of Breath
whovianravendor asked:
Could you maybe give an INFP explanation? *puppy dog eyes*
funkymbtifiction replied:


I got three of these in a row, within 30 seconds of each other.

INFPs. Where do I start? With how creative you are? With how romantic you are? With how emo you can tend to be? With your completely unique but totally wonderful sense of fashion? With the fact that you remind me of Tolkien elves, with your flowing sleeves and long hair and idealism? With the bloody irritating fact that you write THE BEST DAMN FICTION IN THE ENTIRE WORLD?? That is, the authors that FINISH THEIR STORIES do. ;)

Fi makes the INFP highly individualistic and resistant to control. They are very kind but also oriented most toward finding the “true” center of other people. Often, they build their emotional connections based on silent bonds forged through similar experiences, ideals, or beliefs. Their Fi establishes rules that are correct for them, but not necessarily correct for other people, which makes them value individual morality over collective (Fe) morality. They automatically know what is right and wrong, and refuse to make decisions until they can mull them over for value. Each thing has value in their mind and everyone they meet, or each situation they encounter, is measured against those values and put into the appropriate place (is this relationship or cause more important than that one?).

Their Fi influences their Ne in the sense that it gives meaning to their ideas simply because the INFP is interested in those things. This can make the INFP a little unwilling to explore ideas for their own sake, or be open minded on things they feel strongly about (unlike the ENFP, who could stand to be a little MORE judgmental at times) because their automatic response is to judge something against their moral value system (despite being INFPs, they are dominant judging personalities). For example, an INFP having made up their mind will not change it, nor will they compromise; every Ne-idea will be filtered through that point of view.

Their Ne is what makes them creative, interested in new ideas, able to invent incredible worlds for their stories, see the truth of other people, discern what is actually going on in a situation (rather than seeing only what lies on the surface), and lose interest in things quickly. It sends them in search of greater patterns and connections, in a desire to build an immense, far-reaching worldview over the course of their lifetime. Their Si enables them to retain information relating to their interests, as well as gives them a natural curiosity toward the past of their family, culture, and history in general. It allows them to be detailed in their writing pursuits, and gives them a natural desire to stay somewhat close to home in a metaphorical sense. It can also settle them into routines.

Inferior Te manifests in their desire to be organized and finish things, but often their Ne overrides it and allows projects to go uncompleted; if they plan too far ahead in their project, they will “solve” it and lose interest, so it’s important for them not to focus too much mental energy on their project all at once, but allow it to unfold organically. Separating their emotions from their decisions is difficult for the INFP, but Te also allows them to act on their feelings and take into consideration the consequences of their decisions, which will never violate their moral code (Fi).