I know a well adjusted INTP. He's casual and laid-back, kind and polite, inventive and creative, logical but empathetic, intellegent, idealistic but accepting, somewhat reserved but socially skilled. He wasn't always well-adjusted but he is now. He's probably my best friend. Is it vain to really like your own type?
I on the other hand am a less well adjusted INTP. I am shy, socially awkward and piss people off a lot.
Last edited by Mr. Sherlock Holmes; 09-26-2010 at 04:17 AM.
Hmm... an interesting idea. Relatively well adjusted. I'd say adapting your environment is a smart strategy.
What is absolutely well adjusted then? It would have to mean being well-adjustable, adaptable to different environments. Intp's moreso than many other types are good at being flexible, if only until cognitive dissonance takes hold.