Being taken for granted sucks a fat one! And I agree about accepting authority, when it comes to people at work, for example. When it comes to outside of work, I'm much more independent and not looking for anyone to have authority over me. Again, not wanting to boss anyone, but definitely not wanting to be bossed. (Not to say I don't fight URGES to boss other people when they are OBVIOUSLY DOIN IT WRONG AND COULD USE MY HELP. )For me, it actually depends on whether I accept their authority, or whether I'm willing to help them. Though I've had trouble with that recently, since what once seemed like favors for certain people has started to feel like obnoxious, thankless control freakery.
I want to hear yours too!1. Do you have dreams, be they good or bad, and if so, do they ever have kind of a theme, unrelated to events going on in your life? (Discounting any nightmares about wolves or monsters or whatever.)
I dream a LOT about being at camp, being a camp counselor, because I spent some time at camp every summer from ages 8-16, and ALL of my summers at camp from ages 17-19. Apparently my subconscious misses camp. I dream about it once a week or so.
Other than that, I dream a lot about being in big, old houses with secret passageways that I have to discover. It's almost like crawling into a duct and finding the secret rooms. That's my main recurring dream-theme, and I'd say that I dream that once or twice a month, maybe more.
Also I dream about flying a lot. I can often fly in my dreams, like it's the most natural talent in the world for a girl to have!
I am not prone to nightmares, thank god. I *am* prone to having really strange, vivid dreams because of the meds I take for my depression/OCD. It's not a bad side effect, it's kind of fun! Like I'll not realize that the dream wasn't real until something reminds me of it in real life.
Right now, I'm in the application process to study library science. I wanted to start in Spring of 2011, but due to a snafu I won't be able to start until fall of 2011.2. I read somewhere on this forum that you're training in library science? What inspired you to go that direction, career-wise?
This is actually the result of a several-years-long quest to decide What I'd Like To Do When I Grow Up. Lots of things have sounded good to me, because I've got interests all over the place, but library science is the only one that has continued to sound interesting for a long time. It's been interesting to me for a few years. I like organizing things, keeping order, helping people find what they need, and answering questions. Also, I like working with technology and ensuring that everyone has access to information. Sounds like a good fit for me! I just need to figure out how to say all that in an admissions essay.
Ns all the way! I have met very few S's IRL. All of my close friends are Ns.3. Are most of your friends S or N?
I rarely lie- I feel guilty and kind of dirty when I do. Usually I try to find the most tactful way of saying what needs to be said, but that's hard because I'm really not good with tact.4. If you can't answer someone honestly, do you not reply at all, or do you lie?
I am so there! However, I don't think I'm an action movie fan. Though I could be wrong, and am willing to try.5. We can has an ESTJ girls' sleepover party? We could tell stories, and Q&A each other about type or whatever the hell else, and watch action movies
It's real awesome!6. How awesome is it to be interrogated by a puppy wearing a hat and emo glasses?
Though for some reason, probably the glasses, that picture reminds me of a real person:
He's a radio host:
Ian Punnett - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hmm. Now I want to ask you some more questions, but I need to think of them first. Soon, though.