I think it's part of an INFP's nature to feel left out or "different" in some type of way during their life. I know I have... I also know it can take some courage to resist that dominating and "emotionless" image that society expects of men, so I admire you for sticking to your true self. It's the most important thing, no matter how early or late one comes to accept it. It's great to connect with a fellow INFP.



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