As for the flute, I kind of love my classical music to be classical
But FunTwo is actually a favorite of mine. Especially his take on the Four seasons by Vivaldi.
Originally Posted by greed
This is pretty much exactly how I view myself as well. although i think we've talked about this before
In MBTI terms, I'm personally of the mind that maturity comes as we become tuned into all of the cognitive functions and also have the wisdom to know when to exercise each of them. We become balanced, flexible, adaptable, and able to tackle many different situations on our own. We don't seek out a partner because we need one to make us complete individuals as type-matching theory tells us; we simply seek one to make the life experience richer and more fulfilling.
So, embrace it!
Yes, this is what I believe as well. And yes, we did talk about it briefly
Originally Posted by tibby
I've been conducting my own experimental study much alike of yours. I'm not really an INFJ.
I'll write a final report of my observations some time.
I will be interested to see it. Don't rush it, though. Take your time to do it as properly as possible.
Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come
This is basically a rant thread for all of you who are tired of being stereotyped by others, getting told what you are and what you aren't because of four stupid letters that aren't even very accurate. I hope this will serve as a kick in the ass for some of you out there.
If you really don't want negative stereotypes and generalizations to affect you so much on MBTI forums, just don't list a type. Right? Problem solved.
Really, some of you should really go see a whole staff of psychotherapists, councilors, psychologists and doctors. I promise, it is in your own interest.
Some day, someone might become so bloody sick of you that they actually kill you slowly by roasting your scrawny asses over a fire.
This is one of the most overly-critical posts I have seen in a while.