Anonymous asked: you're slacking on your users who may have low vision. and, aren't a lot of these INFP conditions fairly common signs of bipolar disorder, adhd, depression, or other fairly manageable conditions?? the thing about books and clothing, put away your books and hang up your clothes; is it really that difficult or dramatic? admittedly, i'm not well read on this whole INFP thing, nor am i well read on these other conditions, this just seems a little grandiose.
Yeah, I realized as soon as I said I’d post captions, I forgot. :( My bad. I’ll go back and edit those and try to remember for the next batch of submissions.
Re: the rest of your message - sure, a lot of these behaviors may overlap with depression, or bipolar disorder, or what you consider “manageable conditions.” I’m not sure what relevance that has to anything, but it’s pretty insensitive to say that people with depression and bipolar disorder are dealing with mere “manageable conditions.”
It definitely shows that you’re not well-read on the whole “INFP thing,” much less serious conditions like bipolar disorder and depression, both which have huge potential to completely destroy people’s lives, jobs, marriages, etc. Nowhere on this page am I comparing personality quirks that are characteristic to INFPs to the issues that people with these disorders face. If I ever do that, please call me out on it, but thus far I don’t think I have.
As for the “thing about books and clothing,” the reason this was submitted is because INFPs are usually unaware of the mundane details of life maintenance. They will be incredibly meticulous about, say, color-coding their folders but go for ages without noticing things like the dusty state of a room or a pile of laundry that hasn’t been tended to. No one here is trying to be dramatic or grandiose or difficult. If it’s truly upsetting you I’m more than happy to reply to any other messages or questions you may have, and as always, I’m always open to suggestions/complaints about content or particular submissions.