eg. does your introvertedThinking become more dominant in decision making?
No, my process is still the same. I spend weeks out and running around, just absorbing all of life. I burn the candle at both ends and am active 18-20 hours a day. Then I retreat for weeks and let my Ti run its course and process all the things my Ne absorbed.
When I am deep in thought or exhausted by too much uncategorized external stimuli, I don't want to be disturbed at all - so I just withdraw to organize the information.
Originally Posted by Qre:us
* Aside, a lot of my closest friends would say I'm more leaning towards introverted. I think they may be referring to a bit of my misanthropic tendencies about how people act in trivial social matters. I purposely missed my frosh week during the start of my undergrad, cuz I hate that kind of shyte. Forced/contrived socialization. Irks me to no end.
It's just I don't go out of my way to seek social situations (as most social situations I think of as ridiculous formalities), but, that I'm quite happy when I'm in them (cuz I make it my own when I just happen to be there).
Yeah, I'm not much of a joiner either. I spent my frosh week hanging with the lunch ladies and learning about their time in Poland after the war. Much more interesting than "getting to know you" social mixers. I also skipped my proms and graduations, I rarely attend showers of any sort and I avoid weddings and funerals like the plague.