“If you care about somebody, you should want them to be happy. Even if you wind up being left out.”
— Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of being a Wallflower
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“She never let anybody in. She wants the world to think that she’s untouched and invulnerable. But deep down, she’s craving for love from someone who already touched her soul from so many years ago. She started shutting her feelings down because the last time she let someone in, she was the one who got ridiculously hurt.”
BEING AN INTJ: Expectation vs Reality
(Like usual, does not apply to all INTJs)
- Evil mastermind.
- Good at absolutely everything.
- 284826 IQ.
- Cold and impersonal.
- “What are feelings? Never head of them.”
- Lone wolf.
- Being so lost in thought that the world fades into the background.
- Having emotions, but not really knowing how to express them without it feeling silly.
- Either feeling like you can solve ALL THE MYSTERIES OF THE UNIVERSE or not do anything at all.
- Having HUGE epiphanies at the absolute RANDOMEST moments.
- Wanting to talk about something you’re passionate about SO BAD but not having anyone who to talk about it with.
- Showers/baths = undisturbed thinking time.
- Not being able to sleep because your brain never shuts down.
- When someone calls you without warning first and you have that a huge mental debate between picking up the call or letting it ring (and usually deciding to let it ring.)
- Being so disconnected to your surroundings sometimes that you forget who you are, where you are, and why you’re there.
- When you just know something. You don’t know how or why you know it, but you just do.
- Sometimes your intuition tells you that someone is sketchy, but no one else sees it.
- When someone says something SO stupid and SO ignorant you don’t know what to do other than stare at them, speechless.
- Speaking fluent sarcasm.
- Finding a weird comfort in following a schedule.
- Looking at someone who is of an xxFx type and wondering, “How do they let their emotions control them so much?”
- When there’s a thing that needs to be done, but people keep trying to interrupt you.
- Sitting alone somewhere comfortable, drinking tea/coffee, reading a book, and just feeling at peace.
+ Looking up at the stars and feeling at peace, because you can just imagine yourself among them. It’s so quiet and peaceful up there.