I am a INFP personailty type meaning I'm introverted and rely on intuition and emotions but I find it hard to express my emotions verbally.
I am seeing a guy who doesn't get this as he is extroverted, and if he gets asked a question he always have an answer for it, whereas with me I can't always decipher what my feelings are about it or I need time to find my answer...
As I said before he doesn't understand that I find it hard and get anxious when getting asked certain questions, even though I've tried to hard to get him to understand..
How do you suggest that I get this across to him, he is very stubborn and just because he doesn't get why I get anxious, he thinks it's me overthinking things etc...
And I've tried to become more open but it's harder for me and he doesn't get that either...
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I think its a characteristic of INFP to express creativity non-verbally, and being that infp isn't exactly known for linguistic expression, it just sounds like a natural less developed area. Not sure about you but, sometimes when I really care about something or am just not feeling nervous at all I can become very charismatic though, but it took practice.
I'm an infp too, and I know what you mean. But its normal; infp, from what I've gathered makes decisions and judgements depending upon a subjective value based criteria which usually requires reflection. Haha, sometimes people will think I was lying if I answer something to quickly and then change my mind later.
What kind of questions is he asking you to make you nervous though?
You can't necessarily make someone understand is they're too stubborn too, though?
It sounds like you Have been trying to communicate your concerns to him though, does it create conflict/raise other problems?0
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