Dating and infj
This topic may be quite depressing for some of you, but this topic has also often been discussed, and many people would like to know the answers.After discussion with some people, I have come to the conclusion that INFP’s are most likely to commit suicide.
Perceivers do not think about what will happen in the future (they don’t get to live the rest of their life!) Judgers are a lot more careful with their decisions and the future consequences of their choices.From this information, it is clear that INFP’s are the most likely to commit suicide. Both Romeo and Juliet from Shakespeare’s famous play were INFP’s, explaining why they were the perfect characters for his dramatic dramatization. Pretty much every twentysomething says, at some point, that they don’t want kids, and in 97% of those cases that twentysomething is delusional.Of course there is a biological urge to have kids – but it turns out it’s actually a drive to have sex, not so much to have a baby. At some point you are not traveling anymore, you are homeless.So what, then, makes all the people who say no to kids in their 20s end up saying yes to kids in their 30s? This is all to say that everyone’s life needs to be about something. On the other hand, either a big job or kids can easily consume an entire day. I don’t see a choice in life besides career or family.Here’s what I think: There are only two choices in life: career or family. There is nothing else with enough weight to matter in your life.You can look at anyone in the whole world who you admire, and you can see they picked either career or family. This is why people don’t take women at 26 seriously when they say no to having kids and don’t already have something big and meaningful that they’re doing instead. They are literally going to miss out on having their own kids if they don’t do it soon enough. It’s not just that most women are doing the caregiving and that it’s unpaid labor.There are not people who have an amazing career who also put their family first. What those women are really saying is they they would do something big and meaningful with their careers before they had kids. Everyone thinks that and it’s only true for like 5% of the world. Everyone who has kids says they love their kids more than anything in the whole world. The real thing keeping you from having kids is that you think no one will admire you for your brains and ambition. It’s that it puts your life on a path for low performers: “The more women care for others, the less care they can receive in return, because they devote less time to waged labor than men and many social insurance plans are calculated on the years of waged work done….Amazing careers come from incredible focus and dedication. And besides, no big career was built in four years, and that’s when you’d have to stop with the career to start focusing on kids instead. The more you put off having kids waiting for that big and meaningful thing to pop into your life, the more you mess up your chances of even being able to have kids. If you want two kids, scientists say you should start trying at age 27. It’s hard to say, in the first quarter of your long life, that you want to give that up. Because of the devaluation of reproductive work, practically everywhere women face old age with fewer resources than men, measured in terms of family support, monetary incomes and available assets.