Hm. Thread derailed. But anyhow, the point is that by tracing things backwards and backwards, you'll eventually get a fundamental reason. For me my perfectionism is a result of fear of rejection which matches my feeler description.
Are You A Perfectionist?
Fear enough. (That was a slip on my behalf...)Failure puts me at the mercy of others, and I'm not so sure I trust them. I guess it's just your standard mistrust/paranoia thing.
Ohhh so evil.Eh... it probably is, and I probably need some help with it. But I'm not a practical person, I'm an Intuitive.
Not the best thing considering that INFJs are supposedly the ones that prescribe advice in counselling services. Right, time to run you out.
Heck. Intellectually I don't believe we can know that the world is not an illusion as mentioned in another thread. Regarding MBTI, it's not possible but I like to think it's possible to get a reasonable accuracy that I might as well round up to 100%. Besides there are loads of stories about how people going to university or changing schools do a 180 on their personality, it's possible that their functions are just manifested differently but equally it's possible that they have gone to the extreme and changed in behaviour and thinking that you might as well type them differently. Hm, I wonder if people here have friends like that.Okay, I guess I can accept that. Do you agree that we can never be absolutely sure we've perceived type correctly, though?