Thank you, as corny as it sounds it helps to know that "i am not alone" in the nature of how i think and react to the world.
The trick is going to be learning how to enhance the positive aspects while understanding how to manage the more negative aspects. At least now i have some sense of direction in which to start, which is better than the formless void i have found myself in before.
And yes, INTJ would seem to represent my dominant traits, while mal12345 has a good point that we are complex beings where other traits can exist in varying degrees. Darn those "grey areas", they spoil a nice clean classification system :p
It's a nice classification system, which makes it all the more tempting to believe. But it is based out of circular logic and not empirical knowledge. In other words, it is not based on finding all those various types in reality and then grouping them systematically, it is based on playing around with and making assumptions about Jungian typology. The MBTI is an example of rationalism at its best, and worst.
"I absorb energy like a sponge everywhere I go. It allows me to see the world and my purpose in it." Zak Bagans, Ghost Adventures (INFJ)