I've been doing the MBTI test regularly for three years since I was around 17. I've done some research but i'm at best a dabbler and a dilettante. I started off as INFJ but last month my result started coming up as INTJ. I've made some changes in my life and I do feel an emotional change within me, and I don't put much weight into the whole thing in the first place, but just having my type changed has kept my mind occupied with MBTI and it's starting to make me obsess over it. I've taken various tests to confirm it, and it seems to bring up the same results. The high percentage of I N and J are expected, and i'm sure I have inferior Si and Primary Ni, but the middle two tend to shift around quite a bit. This is strange as i've been testing high for T lately, when I used to test high for F.
Now what I ask of you is this. Can anyone help assess me, or perhaps take me to a quiz where the answers aren't so obvious? I still cringe whenever I see questions like "I'm intuitive" or "I use logic and rational thought to solve problems" because I could easily be so unconsciously biased towards one answer because that's how I want to be or want to be perceived as, but i'm not sure what I really am.
Also, I understand that individuals with certain psychological disorders cannot be properly assessed. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder last year, as well symptoms of major depression and a possibility of some degree of narcissism (which would explain why I'm obsessing over a simple personality test, heh) but I've come to control everything to a certain extent. Even then, I find it annoying to be ostracized from yet another thing just because I was labeled with treatable disorders from a doctor. Even then, isn't the MBTI assessment more or less a label? It feels like a quantifier of what cannot be quantified; however, I digress, and in a way, I just want to be specifically and accurately typed just so I can have some sense of normality and stability.
Any help would be appreciated!