Hi, I have scored consistently INFJ for a number of years. I have always had this thing about "injustice" my entire life. When my parents told me that there was no Santa Claus I was so incensed that I told every kid in the neighborhood. Some kids tied me to a tree and threw rocks at me. Fortunately, a neighbor rescued me. Another story - My grandfather had a cabin on fiver where we vacationed. To keep us kids busy he dumped a bunch of brass bearings in the water near his boat landing, and told us to pan for gold. We spent entire vacations panning for gold. I had a shelf of ball jars full of gold, and I thought I was set for life. When my mom told me they were full of brass, I couldn't believe it. Not being wealthy was disappointing, but the dishonesty made me lose all respect for my elders for a while.
Into my adult life, I have a lot of problems with dishonesty. I am very vocal when I see things that are unjust. It is a particular problem since I have an adult daughter in a nursing home. The folks that work there consistently have to work with bare minimum staffing levels, so a lot of things don't get done. A lot of the time, the understaffing results in violations of the law, that are more or less harmless, but nonetheless affect the dignity of the residents. Normally, it would be easy for them to cut corners because families rarely visit. But, hey I am an INFJ who is there everyday. I don't cut them any slack. If they violate the law I report them. I cannot not do it. The problem for me is that it is very tiring. It also bothers me deeply that if they follow the law with my daughter and provide minimal required care, it will take care away from someone else. If you're wondering why we don't move her somewhere else, we have. Sadly, these places are all basically all just as bad for Medicaid patients. So I am really tired of my super hero quest for justice, but my conscience won't let me stop. Anyone else have this problem?