Suicide: “The act of killing yourself.”
This topic may be quite depressing for some of you, but this topic has also often been discussed, and many people would like to know the answers. After discussion with some people, I have come to the conclusion that INFP’s are most likely to commit suicide.
The first reason is that introverts hold a more pessimistic view towards the world, compared to the optimistic extroverts. Whilst extroverts discuss their feeling with others, introverts bottle them inside them, which slowly destroys their self confidence and attitude towards life.
Intuitive people are far more likely to commit suicide. Let’s think about this more closely. Sensors follow rules, and they do not see all their alternatives. On the other hand, intuitive people take a more creative approach, and you would be thinking of them when you hear of a tradgic unheard of death in the newspaper (for example, man jumps off London Bridge.)
Now this part is the easiest. The reason that most people commit suicide is to escape the horrible emotions that they are experiencing, which is definitely more strong in feelers. Feelers are far more easily hurt, and are typed as “crybabies” and get “upset over nothing.” Feelers get depressed a lot easier, which leads to suicide.
Perceivers think spontaneously, whilst judgers think about how their actions will affect the future. Perceivers do not think about what will happen in the future (they don’t get to live the rest of their life!) Judgers are a lot more careful with their decisions and the future consequences of their choices.
From this information, it is clear that INFP’s are the most likely to commit suicide. Both Romeo and Juliet from Shakespeare’s famous play were INFP’s, explaining why they were the perfect characters for his dramatic dramatization.
Which MBTI do you think? Leave your opinion in the comments section below!