Hi all. This thread will be dedicated to the chameleon type. What is the chameleon type you may ask? It is a type that can cause someone to turn into any type based on his or her surroundings. And it's within all of us. Yes, all 16 types are within us, but we choose to act upon one. Thus, our type is decided.
But what about those people whose type floats in between boarders? They can't simply be XXXXs, we all have a type no matter what. It's just for some, it can change so much in a small amount of time. Whether it be influenced on a thought, experience, or emotion. It is that one thought, experience, or emotion that brings out the chameleon type. It's what helps us keep our individuality, while being able to adapt at the same time.
The chameleon type would be the building blocks of 1 of the 16 types, that we form ourselves too. But what would happen if this chameleon type were too strong? For example, say there was a weak infp. And this infp was in a room full of ESFJs. This weak infp may start to exhibit some traits of the ESFJ. This may be because of the perceiving ability, and it's natural ability to adapt. But that still doesn't excuse the fact that types can change based on the surroundings. What I'm trying to get at is, why are some more prone to change types? Why are some not as prone? What can we do to stop changing types? What can we do to start changing types? What are your thoughts on all of this?