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    Add a fair measure of ENTP to the mix so that you get somewhere between INTJ and INTP.

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    I do SP things like auto/motorcycle mechanics and "extreme" sports. I know I'm NT though cuz I have the understanding to know what's wrong with my car but absolutely NO drive to jump in there & fix it, heh. (Driven to understanding, not action)
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    I like my cars fast, my music loud, and my women even faster and louder!

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    I am not emotionally retarded although up until cetain points of my life I may have been. I do not need empirical proof for everything and in fact may be more like an nf when it comes to spirituality type things. My intuition simply tells me that some things are closer to accurate than others even though no significant evidence exists.

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    I have no obvious social issues. I am not great with math (but better with science), I work in HR, I'm easy to talk to and fairly extroverted for an INTJ. I'm not messy, I care about fashion and how I look (nails, pedicures, hair). I have a soft center for children and animals.

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    I'm not like my type description in the sense that i'm very balanced between J/P, so i'm kinda messy (yet I provide structure for others and feel bad when my stuff is a mess).
    And i'm probably close to what some people now call ambiverted. I have a strong need to be alone to recharge and a few other introverted traits.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    I'm not socially inept. It's a skill. You learn that shit too.
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    INTP... I think not.

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    INTJ is supposed to be the most confident type. I have struggled with self confidence most of my life and have finally gotten it up to average.

    I am more interested in history, psycholgy, literature, culture, than I am in the hard sciences like physics, computers, chemistry, etc.

    I have a strong mystical/metaphysical side which I don't see listed in the INTJ type descriptions. Is that more NF? Or have they just left that out of all the type descriptions. Jung seemed to think of N as some what mystical, but other writers seems to have left that part out of their N description.

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    From everything that I have learned on this site and real life, I will dare to say that I am embodiment of the INTJ stereotype.

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    I am not a scientist. At all.
    Hated maths in highschool. Loathed chemistry.
    I am more pragmatic than my type suggests...
    Vanitas vanitatum omnia vanitas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I often feel like myself and other NTs are effectively seen as either "SP" or "SJ" (by SPs/SJs) because SPs tend to classify people as cool or prudish, and SJs classify people as responsible or reckless. Since I'm all these things at different times, the judgment can go either way.
    I think that's pretty typical in general of people.
    We interpret the actions of others based on our own frame of reference.

    That's why SJ's get hardass on SP's (for example) for being "irresponsible." Responsibility is part of their frame. Meanwhile, the SPs often aren't trying to rebel or be irresponsible, for them they're thinking in terms of "freedom [to act]." And SPs see SJ's as "joyless deadbeats."

    And NTs get accused by SJs of "breakers of the system" while we evaluate them as "illogical" or "status quo conformists."

    Etc.
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