I would like to introduce myself. I often test as an INTJ, but I think I am INFJ. I think male INFJs often come across as INTJ. I love art, but am also interested in just about every subject imaginable, however, the "hard" sciences intimidate me. I easily learn new concepts and principles. Ever since I was a little kid, I have wanted to write a novel. I am a good writer (excluding my terrible spelling), and am one of the few people I know who enjoys writing school papers. I was an over-achiever in high school and graduated with 30 college credit hours, but since I've begun college, I have been quite lazy--I am definitely static, I have the greatest difficulty beginning to work, but once I do I can go without food and water to achieve my ends.
I was a fairly emotionally disturbed child. My parents often mention how when someone around me was hurt, I would cry more than they did. I have empathized with all the characters good and bad, even the devil. I remember having a conversation with my dad in which I said I thought it was unfair that Satan was stuck in hell, that perhaps he desired to be a better person. I have great difficulty refusing people when they ask for help; when bums on the street ask for money, i don't know how to respond.
I like my hair long; mine is curly and brown, people (usually 11 year old girls) say I look like Nick Jonas. I don't pay much attention to my clothing, wearing the same over and over again. However, I'm quite self-critical, and expect perfection in all I do. With other people, its a different story.
Its silly to assume INFJs are always empathetic people. Over the years, I have formed emotional detachment from the people around me. I am always ethical and sensitive to how I treat others, but I can be quite tolerant of other people's inappropriate behavior, especially if I have known them a very long time. When behavior we see as unethical is openly accepted in society, one must build up some kind of emotional barrier or go INSANE. I have inert ethics, I create emotional "anchors", entertaining myself with the same song, book, or movie repetitively.
Well that's a summary of my behavior. Thanks for reading.