As you now know I'm an ISFP. I have taken the test three times, and the second time I came up INFP, so my Sensing attribute is quite weak. I identify personally with more of the ISFP characteristics, but I think the INFP side is what makes me enjoy reading and writing more.
The MBTI has had a big impact on my life- it greatly improved my self-esteem and made me feel I had an identity, as I love to be told just how and why I feel since I never fully understand it. I know not to take it too seriously, but I love to study the types and read other people.
Anything else you might like to know about me, just ask.
I think it's funny that sensors feel more compelled than intuitives to mention their real name. Of course mines in my profile name but yea.....
"... you think deeply about stuff [that] nobody cares about and hardly anybody can understand you." ~ Peguy talking about Ni users. So true.
Well, to be honest, I'm not an avid reader. Last book I read was The Amber Spyglass- loved that series. Have been big into Harry Potter for ages. Currently re-reading The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, then I'm gonna move on to a couple new books I got- 1984 and Catch-22, for a real change of pace.
Nice. I don't read much, but 1984 was one of my all-time favorites. Catch-22...I still haven't finished. It's a weird book.