Now let's see how accurate it is...
Too subjective, also most people would call themselves ethical.You're a pretty ethical person
This is surprisingly accurate. Unsure how common this is for the common population though (or ISTPs, or Ts for that matter)., but sometimes you don't think things through to their conclusion before forming opinions on them, and this can include people. First impressions count with you - if someone puts your back up when you first meet them, it'll be tough for them to fix things cos if they try to be super nice to apologize you'll just be cynical and suspicious of it, at least internally, whilst appearing to forgive and forget externally.
Depending what exactly you mean by imagination, this is either sometimes accurate or not at all.You've a vivid imagination, but can sometimes have trouble because you sorta run away with it when you shouldn't, but sometimes fail to engage it when it'd help you in being less critical of others.
Yes. I think this applies for most people though.You're quite concerned with clarity and being sure that you don't get your intentions or meanings mistaken, but you're not as good with words as you'd like to be and this can sometimes be a problem when you think you've expressed yourself clearly. You have difficulty with transferring your thoughts from your head onto paper, and the writing process tends to slow you down in a way you don't welcome, but need.
Lol. Thanks, I think.Lots of paradoxes, you're an interesting person...!
This is partially true. I do deceive myself, but only about bad outcomes for myself (I can risk this, I can procrastinate, etc). Usually with bad outcomes for others, I'm blindsided, because it doesn't occur to me to think about possible consequences for others a lot of the time.At the same time as being quite unidisciplined and impulsive, you're also quite able to anticipate future chains of events - more than you let on even to yourself maybe - perhaps you sometimes can be guilty of seeing possible bad outcomes for others, but indulging yourself anyway and later pretending you weren't to know what would happen.
This is hard to evaluate, because if I agreed with you, my perception would be that I am really not that complicated after all. It's a paradox. However I am willing to believe it, as it's something I've wondered on occasion.You see yourself as more complicated than you are in reality - actually, it's more a case of proportion - you think you're more complicated than your peers, when you aren't necessarily. It's not that you're particularly simple, but they're more complicated than you think they are.
Yes, certainly true. Although I think that would apply to any istp.You can be self-absorbed at times, and quit unperceptive of others' points of view, often taking offence when you're the one that actually gave it!
Hmm, I think I cross the line rather too often actually, although I'm getting much better lately. Although I guess most people don't hate me.However, you do know your limits, and you know how to not outstay your welcome. You know what you can get away with and what you can't, and you know not to push things too far, so you tend to stay on the right side of 'the line' most of the time.
Not true to my knowledge. I am critical of myself but very rarely of a partner, and I don't have much trouble letting go. It's mostly later that I'm self-critical.When it comes to the animal instincts (i.e. all things hanky panky), you're a bit tense. I mean there's tension within you as part of you just wants to let go and go with it, whilst another part of you can't help critiquing your partner.
This is very true. I'm trying to figure out how to stop doing this actually. This is probably true for any Ti dominant though.You need to 'back engineer' more often - you can get yourself stuck in a moment, and find that your desire to move forwards ironically grinds you to a halt where you're overanalyzing the present, when you need to look into the past to discover how things came to where they are, in order to figure out how to move forward. IOW you need to work on seeing things and people in their propoer context.
Hmm...I care a lot about select people, but I've never felt the urge to be a knight in shining armour. I tell them what I think would be best for them to do, but I always let them act on their own, as I greatly, greatly prefer people do for me.You're quite protective of the people you care about, and might often find yourself really mad or upset on their behalf and wanting to go in like a knight in shining armour. However, something within you seems to stop you from doing this quite often, and you get mad at yourself for it. Perhaps you think they won't appreciate it, or that it's not your place.
True to a degree, but I won't do something where I think I'll come to serious harm. And I would be more likely to do it alone, not with others. Again, a pretty typical ISTP thing.You're an adventurous person - you're up for anything fun and even silly or dangerous, but because you do know your limits and are very good with appraising a physical situation, you seldom come to any great harm. You'd be the first to test, say, a rickety bridge into a forest that you just have to explore, while the others hang back like a bunch of chickens! When it comes to risks, you're no chicken!
Overall I'd give the analysis...maybe 20% not accurate, 40% very accurate, and 40% partially accurate. However most of the things that were accurate correspond roughly to my MBTI type, so I'm very curious to see if other ISTPs (or INTPs) have similar writing. I'd also like to know which aspects of the handwriting correspond to what traits, but I imagine that's something of a trade secret.
I tried to be as objective as possible in my evaluation of the analysis, and hopefully I wasn't overly critical, I don't mean to sound ungrateful. I'm also willing to accept that I may see myself incorrectly in some areas, but this is the truth as I see it.
Very interesting though, it was more accurate than I'd thought it would be, and certainly more detailed. Good job!