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    Unhappy Hey, I'm both an INTP and an ISFJ at times....how do I figure out who I really am?

    Hey, I'm both an INTP and an ISFJ at times ....how do I figure out who I really am?

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    AchtundVierzig thousand times you'll ask yourself this question again, if you go down too deep into the mbti rabbit hole. My advise is always: be what you want to be.

    And since that is not really satisfieing, read a bit up and around in the forums. Maybe you'll find similiarities with one of the types, which makes it more easier for you to find out.

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    Take this one (scroll down, and remember to go with instinct):
    Myers Briggs Personality Test MBTI Personality Types

    Then take this one:
    Personality test based on Jung - Myers-Briggs typology

    Compare.

    On the first test I got INXX, because I can't really pick either one of the last two options. So I could be INTP, INFP, INTJ, INTP.
    On the second test I got INFP.
    So I went with INFP.

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    See the INTP/ISFJ section in this thread:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...disorders.html
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    Welcome to the forums!
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    Speak aloud satanic quotes to infuriate the cloud fairies during a waning moon on the 3rd Sunday of the month .. If you are cast down with a ball of white matter, then it doesn't matter what type you are .. You're dead. UNless they like you then you're a ISFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradigm-shift View Post
    See the INTP/ISFJ section in this thread:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...disorders.html
    I shall see to it.

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    I read this=
    INTP/ISFJ: Ti/Si or Si/Ti--Schizotypal Personality Disorder. I see this most commonly in INTP dom/tert loops (Ti+Si), resulting in totally giving up on attempting to obtain the social/interpersonal connections that inferior Fe drives them to unconsciously desire. Schizotypal people are seen (and typically see themselves) as having such unusual thoughts and behaviors that widespread social acceptance is nearly impossible. Ti thinks, "I cannot find any logical explanation for social rituals" and Si reinforces this self-isolating, risk-averse behavior by constantly reminding the user: "Remember how badly this went last time you tried?" If Ne were doing its job, it would remind the user to continue experimenting to find a new approach. In the ISFJ version, Si becomes ultra risk-averse and refuses to try anything new or unfamiliar. If Fe were doing its job, the ISFJ would learn that some risk is necessary in order to uphold obligations to others and avoid living in total solitude. Deep down, these types really do want social connection and ritual (Fe), but have found themselves so poor at it that they simply give up trying.

    And it sounds like me...so INTPs and ISFJs are alike? Hm...who knew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJAchtundvierzig View Post
    I read this=
    INTP/ISFJ: Ti/Si or Si/Ti--Schizotypal Personality Disorder. I see this most commonly in INTP dom/tert loops (Ti+Si), resulting in totally giving up on attempting to obtain the social/interpersonal connections that inferior Fe drives them to unconsciously desire. Schizotypal people are seen (and typically see themselves) as having such unusual thoughts and behaviors that widespread social acceptance is nearly impossible. Ti thinks, "I cannot find any logical explanation for social rituals" and Si reinforces this self-isolating, risk-averse behavior by constantly reminding the user: "Remember how badly this went last time you tried?" If Ne were doing its job, it would remind the user to continue experimenting to find a new approach. In the ISFJ version, Si becomes ultra risk-averse and refuses to try anything new or unfamiliar. If Fe were doing its job, the ISFJ would learn that some risk is necessary in order to uphold obligations to others and avoid living in total solitude. Deep down, these types really do want social connection and ritual (Fe), but have found themselves so poor at it that they simply give up trying.

    And it sounds like me...so INTPs and ISFJs are alike? Hm...who knew?
    (Sorry in advance for mild thread hijack)

    Most of it does sound like me. Is it possible that an ISFJ can actually feel no obligations towards others? I agree, I don't want TOTAL solitude ALL the time, but the obligations thing sounds really foreign.

    On the rare occasion I actually manage to overcome my dom-tert loop, it's because I want to test out some hypothesis I came up with about people... to see if I'm right about something or another. or even to apply some part of type theory. or so I can develop some hypothesis... and to do that I have to leave the apartment and interact with pawns people.

    This doesn't sound ISFJ, could I be a different type? P? T? [feel free to not answer me actually, i just realized i'm shitting on someone else thread]
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