I originally took the MBTI Step II with career advisers at my university. I got my results some time ago but I have the opportunity to go and 'discuss' the results with an adviser. I'm thinking of going just for curiosity's sake. I'm mostly convinced of ISFP, but it will be interesting to see what they think.
The problem? I have major 'type insecurity'. Yes, I am uncertain and unsure about my self-typing. I get nervous and anxious when I start to question my type, which I do on an hourly basis. My first MBTI-related thoughts kick in almost immediately after waking. I read type-related things as much as I can, every spare minute. At the end of the day, I enter this calm state, usually after I've read something that 'confirms' my type. It's pretty peaceful. UNTIL THE NEXT MORNING...
My worry is that if I go to see the career adviser, which I really want to do just to see their typing methods, and they suggest that I'm a different type, even through poor methods (I suspect they don't use JCF)... the rumination and type-questioning will go into overdrive. I will have to rationalize why that type they gave me is not my real type, why they are wrong, and I am right. BUT I really want to go. And I want to be less obsessed with this. SO PLEASE HELP ME! Thanks.
Actually, I have a suspicion as to what is happening. I'm taking in lots of new information related to typology. This is obvious use of e function. But I'm not using my i function. I am not looking at who I am, to find my type. I am just reading more stuff. If I were an extravert, it would probably be a dom-tert loop.
...oh shit, I just explained why I am obsessed with typing myself... IN TYPOLOGY TERMS. UGGGGHHHHHH