Nicole Alderman wrote:
Judith Browning wrote:INFJ a "turbulent diplomat"
Robert Ray wrote:INFJ
When you tape an extroverts mouth shut they blow up or get a little more flatulent..... try it.
Me too! We're the rarest type, supposedly. It makes sense, though, that there'd be so many of us in the permaculture movement: "No other personality type is better suited to create a movement to right a wrong, no matter how big or small" and, "INFJs tend to see helping others as their purpose in life... their real passion is to get to the heart of the issue so that people need not be rescued at all."
Ronnie Ugulano wrote:I'm an INTJ. People that know me and are aware of the Myers-Briggs methods will say "Duh" after they know me a while.
Chris Kott wrote:So apparently, I tested as an INTP-T. Almost all the observations were accurate, except with the parts about emoting and sympathy. I am perfectly capable of doing that part of it. I cry at movies unabashedly, and readily recognise the need to comfort my significant other, albeit with some computational delay as I shift my mental gears. My approach is usually intuitive, but rational. The part about being socially oblivious for expediency and about not having conversations, but rather using people as sounding boards, and about voicing partly-formed opinions and thoughts to work them out was like looking in a mirror.
I might be in trouble. I will test again in a bit.
Anyone there with me?
EDIT: I retested. Definitely an INTP-T. I really do care about people, though! It just takes me a second to get there, that's all. It would help if I didn't have to explain every little thing, though... (and here's me thinking, "Gee, I hope sarcasm reads well here...")
Jason Silberschneider wrote:ISTP here.
Landon Sunrich wrote:However I notice a lot of talk around here about introverts and extroverts and I don't really know if I can wrap my mind around that?