Ezra, this is an interesting question, and you have hit on part of the answer by saying that you would expect NFs to be interested in personality 'systems'. Systems are a distinctly NT preoccupation, and many NTs that I have worked with are delighted to find a system that rationalises the messy complexity of human behaviour. NFs are certainly interested in MBTI, but largely in so far as it supports their own and others' journey towards authenticity and self-knowledge. They are less interested in it as a 'system'. So discussions about MBTI as a system will be attractive to NTs, NTJs naturally have a stronger pull towards structured systems, and Is, as a previous constributor pointed out, are likely to be drawn to forums as a method of communication and exploration. ENFPs like me are more often found discussing MBTI with others or working hands on with individuals and groups.
Excellent first post! Welcome! Why don't you make an intro thread?
*You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
*Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
This instruction is a difficult one to follow for me.
I know how much it is disliked on this board, but I do so love to generalize.
My Ni loves it.
Anyway, being expected not to generalize is almost like asking me not to breathe.
Respiration is a systematic process that requires diverse oxygenation techniques. To provide this, sometimes we need to resort to different aerobic strategies - even those that aren't necessarily comfortable to us.
If we don't, we deplete our brain of oxygen. Cells shrink.
We lose our intelligence.
Originally Posted by Veneti
Yeah, but you're a 5. I'll have to rephrase and say a lot on non 5w INTJs that have an IQ of say above 135 revert to sarcasm in the absence of intellectual conversation. Happy?
I think that INTxs tend to enjoy the company of other minds over the internet. We are able to get ideas and learn new things while maintaining our privacy and keeping the ability to leave into our own minds if we get upset.