1. What is your personality type? INTP
2. Are you male or female? Female
3. What country do you live in now? What country are you born in? Born and living as a U.S. Citizen
4. What cultural background are you? Mixed
5. What religion are you? What religion is your family? Agnostic. My family is Christian.
6. What career are you in or looking to be in? What are you doing right now to help you achieve this career goal? Undecided for now. I'm currently in college, still quite unsure about what my major will be.
7. What is your friendships like with both genders? How many good friends do you have and why are you friends with these people? I have a fairly equal amount of male and female friends. Of my best friends, one is male the other female. It's always been that way, even when I was younger. Though as a child I was far less aware that there were any significant differences between males and females beyond physical features, even feeling detached from my own gender. It's pretty irrelevant to me. Though I did go through a period where I pretty much had exclusively male friends. That's just how the dice rolled for those years.
8. What paranoias do you have? None really. I grew up in a family of paranoid people. They had an effect on me to a point.
9. What are your vices? Procrastination, apathy, pride.
10. What are your fears? Mainly that I'll fall into poor health (deterioration of the mind, loss of autonomy etc).
11. What is your relationship like with your parents? siblings (if you had any)? I haven't had much of a relationship with my father (ISTP) in the past seven years or so. My parents divorced and he made some poor choices. The circumstances weren't really good for us to maintain a proper relationship anyway. I hold no ill feelings towards him. We had a great relationship while he was around. It might be awkward after so long, but possible to reconstruct some sort of a relationship. I don't relate very well to my mother (ISFP). We're just different people. She wants control (over my life), I want autonomy. She's also never understood why I just couldn't be a nice, kind, dress-wearing, church going girl as expected. My younger brother is autistic.
12. How are you with expressing emotion in public? I don't like to do it. I have no problem expressing amusement or other such light feelings. But affection, anger, sadness etc. I keep to myself. I come off as indifferent and neutral most of the time.
13. How do you think people saw you in high school? How do you think people see you now? Not sure, really. Some people thought I was a pretty cool person. Some people thought I was weird. Smart. Clever. Creative. Funny. Or not funny (offensive/annoying). Quiet (High-School mostly). Laid-back. I think it's still the same way now.
14. What do you see as the point to your life and life in general? To live. That's all. My life has no real point, it's barely a dent in the fabric of time. That's fine by me. I'm just here for the experience.