Hi,a strict question/answer format would be too strict for a thread that centers on uncertainty.
I'm telling that anyone can ask questions directed to people who are unsure of their type, and anyone who's unsure of their type can answer them.
How big of an influence has your type been to you?
What other sources have you found to determine yourself in addition to typology?
How does it feel to be a drop-out or cast-off from typology?
What inspiration do you draw from typology that is essentially meant for people different than you?
EDIT: I'm trying to re-phrase the questions with more clarity.
1) There's knowledge about your own type and knowledge about the peculiarities & traits of said type. How much has that knowledge influenced you?
2) Typology covers all the theories and activities related to finding a personality type for oneself or someone else. Many people feel natural to at least partly define (determine) themselves by typological findings, like common traits for people who hold a certain type. What sources - other than typological - have you used to determine who and what you are?
3) Fans of typology often more readily recognize and accept people who are clearly of certain psychological type. What kind of an effect has it had for you not to be so clearly defined?
4) One of the greatest uses for typological profiles is for people to understand and come to accept themselves. Much of that is made possible by reading typological profiles of one's own type. Also, typology as a whole speaks to a certain target audience. Have you felt inspired from some message in the typological literature that wasn't originally meant directly for you?