Hey guys, ^^ I'm glad to become part of this forum community!
Now allow me to share a bit of backstory as to how I got here...
I'd spent most of my life growing up and being a blind cynic. However, once I was introduced to the world of Jungian Psychology in college, I suddenly felt like the world made sense. I felt more comfortable trusting in my ability to read the abstract and be empathetic (which had been quashed from having an Aspergers diagnosis, which made me believe I was less able to be abstract or empathetic).
I'd taken the MBTI a few times (online), and I tested INFJ (but only BARELY more than INFP, so...that's interesting). I don't know exactly how to SPECIFICALLY describe it, but I feel like Introverted Intuiting and Extroverted Feeling are my dominant and auxiliary cognitive functions respectively. However (and maybe this is because I have tested on the cusp of INFP), I consider myself to be more emotional and expressive than most INFJs are typically characterized. Maybe this is a learned process I've had to develop to compensate for my--supposed--social ineptitude? Who knows.
In short, I've developed a recent fascination with the MBTI and the many different ways it can affect a personality--call it my inner child (Ti)! And I hope that becoming a part of this community shall prove fruitful. ^^