I’ve heard the criticism of death being featured in children’s movies throughout my life and while I understand their reluctance I would hope that the people who don’t want death depicted in children’s movies think about the children who have and are dealing with death. There are children who, from a young age, experience the death of a loved one and they deserve to be represented and they deserve to see how people/critters in similar situations would cope with their loss. when I was a child I had lost several crucial people in my life and it was movies like Land Before Time, Lion King, Bambi, etc. that helped me through those situations. Seeing that it was okay to be sad and that I could survive and be loved was probably what saved me.
I’m going back to the one place where she stills seems real. I feel like I could go there and see her, waiting for me by the swings. I want to see her if only for one more second. I’m going home.
- Too altruistic. INFPs may be so focused on doing good things and helping other people that they may neglect their own needs. Alternatively, they may fight for their chosen cause, ignoring everything else in life.
- Dislike dealing with data. INFP personalities are very much in tune with emotions and morality, but they are likely to have difficulties when it comes to dealing with facts and data, e.g., analyzing connections or finding discrepancies.
- Difficult to get to know. People with the INFP personality type tend to be private, reserved individuals. They are also likely to be quite self-conscious.
- Take many things personally. INFPs cherish their ideals and find it very difficult to accept criticism, taking such comments very personally. They also tend to avoid conflict situations, always looking for a solution that satisfies everybody.
- May be too idealistic. INFP personalities are prone to being too dreamy and idealistic, especially when it comes to romantic relationships. They may idealize—or even idolize—their partner, forgetting that no one is perfect.
- Impractical. INFPs do not really see practical things as important. They may even forget to eat and drink if they are doing something that excites and motivates them.