What are your thoughts? I really hope I'm making sense here, that I'm bringing my point across instead of just blabbing near unintelligible garble
EDIT (Disclaimer): I'm NOT saying that everyone who shares their weaknesses constantly are looking to get their fantasies of being 'special' fed, just that there ARE people who do. It isn't an all-encompassing claim I'm making, more of a common case one. And the reason I'm bringing it up is because I used to do the whole fishing-for-praise-subtly thing, I know a lot who still do, and more often than not it's due in major part to unhealthiness of all sorts. This one action in particular isn't deadly or anything that serious for it to be treated like such a grave concern, but it does affect one's sense of identity, and skewed, it factors in someone's balance – or lack there of. Remember, I said I'd post a how-to for being/staying healthy as an NP, NF, or intuitive in general based on MY experiences and therefore, what I believe I've learned from them. Take it with a grain of salt instead of getting offended, as it's not my intention at all. I'm doling out constructive criticism, hoping it'd make sense and have the relevant people try out my advice. It's not to ridicule or belittle anyone. And if I've come off insensitive, I'm sorry, too. It's not like I don't get what it's like to have weaknesses & not wanna feel alone having these – I really, really do. You know what? I HATE that I do. I'm speaking as someone who knows how it does feel to wanna be validated, but now sees where the fine line is between a good amount of validation, and a solid state of self-absorption. As always, feel free to discuss this with me, I'm ready to hear different perspectives.
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