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Apparently I have many:

-INFP problems

-Introvert problems

( well as many other myers briggs related problems....)

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“I get sad when I realise I’m hardly
a part of your life anymore.
You’re a text away but I can’t seem to type out
the message. And I’m not trying to be
soppy, but I miss you
so much some days. This is stupid.
You never even left, but it’s like we can’t be
bothered to put in the effort anymore.
You never even left, but I haven’t heard you say
‘hello’ in so long.
You never even left, yet I still
want you to come back. Please.”
R.E.S., I miss you (via aestheticintrovert)

(via aestheticintrovert)

Sometimes, when a person is about to tell you something that’s going to change your life, or make you cry, or make you leap for joy - sometimes you know it before they say a word.

It’s in the way they look at you and the way they open their mouth. It’s in the tilt of their head, the tension in their hands, or the slump of their shoulders.

Times are, you don’t need words to hear a thing.

—Rebecca Hahn, A Creature of Moonlight (via quotes-shape-us)
Honest MBTI Stereotypes


ISTJ: Practical and down-to-earth. Probably your mother.
ISFJ: Always nice enough to be suspicious and more loyal than all your pets combined.
ISTP: Probably don’t care about you, might still kill you in your sleep though.
ISFP: Always carrying at least 4 daisy chains on them…

“People make time for those who matter to them. They text, answer messages, and call those people. If they tell you repeatedly they’re just too busy then decide how much you really mean to them.” —OCC (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

(Source: veggietrey, via theinfjden)

“I make it easier for people to leave by making them hate me a little.” —Cecelia Ahern, The Book of Tomorrow (via quotes-shape-us)
“If a problem is fixable, if a situation is such that you can do something about it, then there is no need to worry. If it’s not fixable, then there is no help in worrying. There is no benefit in worrying whatsoever.” —Dalai Lama XIV (via quotes-shape-us)
“He felt that his whole life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it.” —Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (via quotes-shape-us)
“Between memory and reality there are awkward discrepancies…” —Eileen Chang (via quotes-shape-us)
bibliophilicphoenix asked: (Sorry for sending a second message so soon after my last.) I was wondering if you could do some brief examples of how an unhealthy form of each type behaves?



The Jackasses:

STP: I’m going to live for physical thrills by engaging in a reckless, expensive, sex-based lifestyle. I will analyze and crush you, by being critical of everything you do and hitting you where it hurts.

NTP: I’m going to be a scatterbrained jackass who never follows through on anything, but instead is so deeply invested in philosophizing and living in dream land that I neglect to do much else other than crush you with my cruel rapier wit, when I’m not manipulating you emotionally.

STJ: I’m going to force you to live by my traditional rules and resist change with every fiber of my being. I will go out of my way to reject any idea that is not founded in logic or past precedence. If you don’t like it, you will be assimilated.

NTJ: I will become so lost in my vision for the future that I neglect taking care of the present and/or crush you as I strive to accomplish my goals. Your feelings are meaningless to me, because you’re an idiot anyway.

The Whiners:

SFJ: You will know, every minute of every day, how much I feel that you under appreciate me. I will stubbornly refuse to change, or embrace any new ideas. I will micro-manage every aspect of your life.

NFJ: I will be argumentative and manipulative while forcing my vision of the future down your throat. I will become so focused on one thing that all else is unimportant. Things will change, and I will get what I want, whether or not you like it.

The Screw-Yous:

NFP: I will pursue my many interests and alternative lifestyles at the cost of my personal relationships or caring about anyone’s welfare other than my own. I will be scatterbrained, unreliable, untrustworthy, and vindictive.

SFP: My lifestyle will be based around impulsive sensory excesses and living fully in the moment, making decisions based on my emotions whether or not they hurt other people. I will rack up incredible debts doing so, without any intention of paying it off.