Posts tagged infj

Posted 6 hours ago

I want no possibilities where I’m without my partner. Even playing through them as a thought experiment leaves me sad and emptier.

Posted 1 day ago

It’s not useful to frame problems in the form of what can’t happen or what you can’t do. Figuring out what you actually need can be hard when you’ve wired yourself to see problems as impossible.

Posted 2 days ago

With crowds especially. They become inconvenient boxes, that have a habit of moving where I want to be.

Posted 3 days ago

I daydream quite a lot. It ranges from the scale of conversations I’m nervous about having that are upcoming—and very realistic possibilities to space adventures.

Posted 4 days ago

Ideally, I would rather find a new solution that we both want. Too often compromise is “I’m not happy so you shouldn’t be either!” In work situations I’ve been fine with “not getting what I want” rather than going with a solution neither of us want, because in healthy relationships (work, platonic, romantic) these things balance out.

Posted 5 days ago

I empathize way too easily with fictional characters. Even bad guys getting their comeuppance in the form of humiliation just makes me feel bad for them.

Posted 6 days ago

I was working on a slidedeck earlier today, I found myself wanting to slash everything in half. Far too many words.

Posted 1 week ago

I like going and visiting places, though traveling and dealing with people is a bit draining.

Posted 1 week ago

I don’t like being a jerk about things, so when I’m frustrated I often become more polite. Sometimes in a manner that makes people’s days better, sometimes in a manner that makes them feel guilty.

Posted 2 weeks ago

infjdoodles:

My notes are usually just nodes, to remind me of the things I was thinking about. It’s rare that I write things down verbatim—I don’t really remember them that way.

Originally this was posted with only the first panel. The second panel was supposed to also be there…I just noticed this. I am now going to join my cat in his box of shame.