I grew up in a very small town and within that very small town I was sheltered...not exactly an environment conducive to social acclimation. When I got into high school and joined the real world, all of my parents' nurturing of me and my siblings as individuals flew out the window and I (to my shock and horror) learned that we are all supposed to be the same. Being an INTP female (though I did not know it at the time) in a town of 10'000 at best, I felt less than normal.
Now at the age of 23, I find myself in Los Angeles and having taken this MBTI test which fits me, for all intents and purposes, to a T finally feel a little less crazy. Is it possible that this whole time, I have not been some abnormal robot incapable of normal interpersonal relationships but merely misunderstood!?