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INFPs bargain with themselves by trying to figure out their minimum standard for happiness. INFPs tell themselves that even though they didn’t get what they wanted, at least they got what they needed.Bargaining stops when they INFPs re-evaluate their life.
Stage 1: Denial The denial stage manifests as avoidance of facts.It’s never the INFPs fault for choosing crappy people for relationships.The Anger stage last as until the INFP gets tired of feeling alone and disconnected.Angry people make poor friends because it’s always going to be everyone else’s fault. The Anger stage stops when the entitlement mentality stops.Just because an INFP feels that they’re special or talented doesn’t obligate anyone else to recognize this.I don’t think any INFP would turn down the keys from someone who just drove a truckload of money to their front doorstep. We have an ideal of what our perfect world would be like. Bargaining stage is about eschewing those things the INFP doesn’t need instead of fully committing to the things they really want.
However, trying to achieve that ideal involves risk. Bargaining stage is about reaching contentment, not fulfillment.
Elizabeth Kübler-Ross in her book On Death and Dying, wrote that people experience five stages of grief when they are confronted with significant loss like receiving news of terminal illness.
As the real world begins crowding into the INFPs idealized world, INFPs realize that we have to let go of the our idealize version of the world.
As INFPs, we live in an internal dream world of our ideals where everything exists the way we think it should be.
When reality forces us to wake up, it feels a little like dying.
INFPs in denial believe that writing their first book will somehow automagically translate to being able to eat and pay rent as a writer through some series of serendipity.