The ''Tragic Self-Destructive Artist'' type
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Tragic? What you get in life, you deserve, and that's that.
I love you so much. I'm crazy about you.
What is this shit?
do you people (antwar and moon pies) ever go into restaurants and say ''I'm in here but I don't plan on ordering anything or helping the business, I just thought i'd say I don't see the point of this place'' Then when they ask you to leave, you say ''Nah i'll stay and complain'' ? Sure seem like those kind of people.
Actually, this victimization complex can lead to the depression, (more I would say in INFPs than ISFPs because ISFPs discharge their feeling more easily with Se), thus self-destructive behavior later.Although, I guess you would rather cal it self-sabotaging behavior.
Overall this is pointless, but I would say ISFP over INFP since their Se makes them much more hasty action and susceptible to lashing out when they get unhealthy. INFPs (among others) usually hold INFPs to a victimization complex, not a destructive complex.
But even as for tragic self-destructive artist, I can see many other types too. ESFPs and ESTPs for example. i.e. Linday Lohan, Charlie Sheen, etc. INFPs are just seem to be prominent in this because they're remarkable artists, but they're more unrecognized self destructive artists out there who aren't INFPs. I just don't see the point in this kind of stereotype.
The thing is, ''tragic self-destructive artist'' stereotype it's still most associated with INFP artist (like examples given below) than other types, and since we basically type stereotypes anyway, it fits the best. It doesn't say ''self-destructive workaholic'' type or something that would fit better than other type.
Also, enneagram 4 when integrated, is one of the most wonderful human being on earth.
Oh dear. Poor victimized mindset and bad stereotype. Anyone can be self-destructive. Se can be self-destructive and so can Ni, Ti, and Si. I think the INFPs in the past just have it harder than most because Fi hasn't been much valued. Although Fi-Si loop can lead to perpetual low self-esteem, yes, but I don't think INFPs or anyone should set them or themselves up to that mindset.
INFP for sure, look at Kurt Cobain, Ian Curtis, Sylvia Piath, Charles Baudelaire, Van Gogh, etc...
I'm not sure if this is how whoever started this entry would have worded it, but to take a crack at it, a creative type whose negative moods/states of mind and the amount of time they're comfortable sitting with and fully experiencing them simultaneously give them plenty of intense material to create with and carry them off into behavior that causes them to dig themselves deeper, take "I give up"/"desperate to shock myself out of it" risks, or otherwise hurt themselves and thicken the dark clouds in their head more than they're helping themselves or clearing them out. In which case, ohh yes, picture of a stereotypical unhealthy 4.
I would like to know what "Tragic Self-Destructive Artist" implicates. I would guess regardless of "type" this has more to do with personal tragedy and the subsequent psychological issue causing one to self-harm. Hmmm...
Someone like Kurt Cobain?
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