when i first took the test almost a year ago, I:
- was the most stressed out and psudo-depressed that i can really ever remember being
- briefly got caught up in fundamental christiandom (thankfully i only wasted 11 months of my life with that--dont take offense if youre religious)
- actually scored INFP
- completely over rated my desire for values (the religion crap)
- was so stressed out and hard on myself that I under rated my J skills of organization, planning, accomplishing, strategy implementing, contingency planning, arguing, debating etc
- under rated my E value
As I got my shit together, I:
- realized how poorly the "I" fit me.
- ENFP fit much better
However, in the same way that I felt the "I" didn't fit me, the "F" started to not fit me. I originally had gross over generalizations:
- that being artistic, enjoying cheesy music and being intense (in a serious way) were F.
- that Ts don't ever become ensnared in emotion
- that being only "marginally good/bad at math" (B in calculus) somehow disqualifies you from being a T
For someone in their low twenties to have this monster tertiary Te just didn't really fit...thats not supposed to happen until you're 30's +. Ni fits better than Ne anyways. After really taking a walk down memory lane, it also fits much better for who I was in high school and before.