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Why do INFPs like INTP?
INTPs trust INFPs who can learn to be more assertive, while INFPs are likely to trust INTPs who are caring and considerate toward them. They are also likely to trust each other the more they find ways to relate, like through new experiences and one-on-one time that encourage and excite both of them.
Is INTP or Infp better?
INFPs enjoy self-discovery and creativity and are very happy using that to fulfill their lives. INTPs, on the other hand, tend to be a lot more analytical with their creativity. They are very logical, so they’ll often come up with new ideas based on the illogical things they see around them.
Are INTPs blunt?
INTPs find emotions difficult, as they are logical, analytical, and objective, with no time for anything they see as “fanciful.” They find it difficult to share their feelings, although INTPs will be blunt and outspoken regarding their thoughts. INTPs may not pick up on verbal and nonverbal cues.
What is the difference between an INFP and an INTP?
Both INFPs and INTPs have some major differences. INFPs are dominant feeling types and INTPs are dominant thinking types. However, there are some very particular preferences and functions that these two types share, let’s take a look: “Wait!” you might be thinking, “but aren’t they perceivers?
Are INFPs and INTPs stuck in their heads?
They are often accused of being “stuck in their heads” because they spend a lot of time ruminating over their decisions. INFPs and INTPs are extremely independent individuals and they hate the idea of being confined to external standards and routines.
What kind of questions do INFPs like to ask?
They ask why, play devil’s advocate, and look for core motives (INFPs) or accuracy (INTP). Potential is always something they seek. They’re curious and they enjoy discussing theoretical, abstract topics like philosophy, psychology, art, math, or any number of conceptual or creative ideas.
What do INP’s talk about?
What INPs do vocalize are their ideas and the random connections they see in the world around them. They ask why, play devil’s advocate, and look for core motives (INFPs) or accuracy (INTP). Potential is always something they seek.