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Thanks. No, actually I wasn't going to bore you with the details of my love life train wreck.
I was wondering, when you read my posts, do you get more of an INFJ vibe or an ENFP vibe? There are times that I wonder if my might be an introverted ENFP (not an INFP, though). It's that my Fi function is really strong...
Hey you... I've been looking for the right thing to answer to your last message. It seems empty to say I understand what you're going through, but it's really what's on my mind the most. It also seems empty to wish you emotional recovery, and still this is what I find myself wanting to tell you. It gets easier, but you know this already... You'll get over it.
You just have to give yourself time, and when it stops aching so loud, you can get to making an inventory of the things which hurt you in this relationship that you shouldn't have allowed, and of the mistakes you made that you don't want to make again. But you were with her for a long time - the longer you are with someone, the longer it takes to heal and be able to feel detached enough to reflect upon it.
Lately (over the past year, maybe longer) my posts, my writings, my musings have been become progressively negative/cynical. It's not who I am at heart, but nevertheless, it's a cloak that I put on when I go out in the real world...
No no, I really mean INFJs. I don't know, I don't think you guys consider yourself so pixie-like - but to me, from the happy place where I usually stand, I find you quite cute, running in circles in your little insecurity cage. I just want to hold you up and go, "There, there" and show you that life isn't as bad as you picture it to be.
Haha, holding the door for someone 15 meters away can actually be a particularly cruel form of a passive-agressive game.