I recently joined up over on infjs.com, but to somewhat of a surprise, it's quite quiet. I used to be rather active on there a long time ago, and decided to poke around there again, but it seems rather hollow/empty. So much so that I more or less got what I needed and got bored. Thus, I thought I'd give this place a go. Not sure if I'll stick around, for how long and in what capacity, but we'll see what happens. I am quite busy out in the real world with minimal free time.
I'm sort of keeping my identity hidden for the time being (I am sure eventually I'll reveal myself, but for now I won't), but as for a few basics. I'm a 24 year old (gay) guy living in the pacific northwest right now. Chugging along in this game of life one step at a time in the hopes of having an awesome career once I am done with school in a few more years. I am not entirely sure of my type. I am thinking that I am some sort of IxxJ variant, but recent reflection is beginning to narrow that down a little. Most tests/results and observers might assume me to be an extrovert, because I am not all that shy and love to socialize, but at the end of the day I think the traits and thought processes of an introvert fits me more correctly. I could be extrovert, but I think it's more that I want to be. I'm also pretty close to being certain I am in the Te/Fi axis. For years I was convinced I was Fe/Ti but evidence has shown otherwise. I believe it's more likely I am an Ni user. I am rather distrusting of gut feeling/intuition without some sort of processing which can lead to confusion if I may be Si, but ultimately that doesn't seem correct. For enneagram I am definitely a 1w2 and I haven't the slightest doubt with it. Either way figuring out my type is not a major deal for me. When I get it I'll get it and that will be that.
I don't take MBTI and personality theories nearly as seriously as I used to, and I am of the mindset that they are mostly for light hearted fun and as a nice tool to help figure out who you are in part and teach one to introspect. It's also a conversation starter and can bring online communities together with a purpose (as this place is evidence of).
So yeah! Let's see how this all plays out.