To be fair, most tests stink, and many people (myself included) can be deluded about themselves, especially in context of trying to lump themselves into a box, it's challenging to do so given all of the misinformation and stereotypes.
Usual caveat of there can be all kinds of reasons, can really vary from one to another, lots of variation within type, also dynamic between individuals adds complexity.Originally Posted by BluRoses
For me, I can just grow weary of theory, impatient, could become bored, at the end of the day I'm pretty pragmatic, more in tune with how things ARE and 'reality', less valuing of possibilities and abstract, though I'm capable of it - in a sense, my tending to view possibilities or ideas as pointless or wasted breath if they aren't doable or reflective of reality. And, my not being a big conversation discussion person, my preferences lie in activities and experiences.
mbti is always about preferences, not ability- and the stereotypes occur when that is forgotten, I think.