All right, if you really want to know the truth...
"You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain."
Originally Posted by magpie
This quote would look really good in your signature.
MBTI: INFP (by cold percentages over used dom and tert)
Cognitive Functions: Ni Fe Ti Se (INFJ)
Astrology: Double Aries (Sun & Moon) Cancer Ascendant
Enneagram: 4wb/9wb/7wb sx/so/sp
Socionics: IEI - Ni β
Hmm, back at you.. It might be correct, it doesn't look like it could be wrong though.
On you calling me an ISFJ, I find some differences because not only do I have a lack of awareness in my body, I mess up on food binging sometimes, unsure of what my feelings may be, plus I was never a fan of doing traditional help, service projects don't instantly appeal to me sorry to say. I don't think ISFJ's don't care who's right so much as more as is everyone functioning right and doing their job.
I have a hard time with SJ's sometimes because they look at me as if I don't fit in, I kind of have this obsession with truth, for theories for example, if I start to see flaws I start to say okay there's got to be an explanation about these off-hand concepts, and if it only keeps pushing me away (I will try hard, not just let it go), I will throw out the whole and look for something new to live by. My dad told me I tend to "blow" up things (not literally) often.
Everything I hear I see if it fits with the overall schema of things. When I was younger and stuck to my religion, every beginning of the movie I'd think where's God and how does He tie in this film? Most movies never answer my question and as I got older it bugged me with automatic thinking (some may call it good IDK) but I wanted to see how someone who just lived in the moment would watch a film, focusing on not what's around, but what is currently going on. It wasn't until I dropped my religion that my thinking of that before a movie would drop.
Thanks for considering what my type may be though.
P.S. ISFJ women can be really attractive to me in looks because of how neat they make themselves look. It's kind of nice. But it feels illusory to try to get close to them without forcing myself to be practical in someway which I get uncomfortable.
I think it is possible that I am an ISFJ and I don't really relate to anything you said. That sounds like like a breakdown of a picture as a whole into vaguely representative stereotypes. Not anything points against ISFJ. The reason I think you might possibly not be INFJ- and you possibly may be, nothing solid for or against it except my observations and your self typing- is that INFJ's seem to be constantly moving foreward- developing something, and not that you aren't doing this, but you aren't to the extent of other INFJ's on the forum, smallwonder comes to mind. Even if not a grandiose project, within their posts there seems to be a good amount of foreward insight- theorizing, abstraction, development of what they find personally satisfying- values/ect... I haven't really seen that much from you. Not that you don't do it, but it isn't really blatantly obvious or anything, but that sort of slightly analytical tone underwrites much of what is posted- though again, it could be there to an extent- and I really don't know you that well- don't have that great of an idea so far. But Fe is really obvious in you.