This could have been just a bad testing, but Ath is definitely also another "atypical" MBTI'er (from the conversations we have had via PM), as far as I can tell. So I don't know for sure how the results have been flupped.There are a couple others that have one trait that is gapped, but athenian200 is at the extremes.
have to rush home, so I will have to skip the rest of the fun, except this:
I have a very big struggle with using Te. It's like I can look at something and intellectually understand it (I understand all the principles of task management), but actually breaking it down into components and then DOING it? It's not even a choice to not follow my checklist, I actually have a lot of trouble getting things into compartments and sticking to task (!)How do you determine Ti or Te. It isn't based on the strength of T - therefore, in theory, the strength of the J/P would determine the strength of Ti over Te. Therefore, in theory, Fi and Fe and so on should be equally divergent.
Everything is so... internalized... with me...
Just like I can follow your posts easily enough, but thinking in terms of the equations and details just... slips out of my mind like water out of a leaky bucket. I have trouble thinking in those sorts of concrete specifics, I do much better with the internalized (non-concrete) concepts and nuances.