I'm an 29-year-old INTJ, and two years ago, I was basically a basket case, screaming in the woods, and feeling psychosomatic chills in summertime. I was crazy, and not I'm not, but I seem to have lost my drive, which for an INTJ is unheard of.
I used to think faster than I wrote, my mind overflowing with ideas, like an INTJ ought, but now my mind churns up its own sludge repeatedly, rather than generating anything new.
I'm still unemployed, but at least I'm not crazy. I can't really enjoy anything, though, like I could when I was crazy, however. Exhausted, I still felt more enthusiasm now.
I wonder if confronting people I was mad at in the past would make me feel better. Then I was crazy, now I'm not, but I still think I'm right. That, or forgive, which would, I suppose, be ideal, but I'm not sure that I should, just as I'm not sure it would help just now. At any rate, I think arguing in itself would give me mental energy. Feeling a little mad now 'n then is better than total drifting.
What say you all?