I want to find out my natural MBTI from ENFP, INFP or INTJ and what I have learned from external adaptation.
If an individual is the sole INTJ in a family, where strong Fi/Fe is encouraged and INTJ's auxilary Te not encouraged in primary socialisation, i.e family of sensitive Fi/Fe and religious background. For the INTJ, it would mean his or or her tertiary Fi has been developed to a somewhat higher degree than the INTJ mean. How would they differ from the "typical" INTJ as described by MBTI? Is it possible they could due to their environment seem a mixture of dominant Fi INFP, auxilary Fi ENFP and teritary Fi INTJ?
To give a better picture;
-I am an Enneagram 9w1 and almost 21 years old.
-My mother and childhood friend who I've know for over 15 years are adamant I am INFJ not INFP, but don't have much knowledge about MBTI, just read the online descriptions, Keirsey, etc. Think I am much in my internal world as external.
-I commute to university and have to journey back home home every day, so by circumstance seem more introverted than I am. I wanted to live in campus btw.
-Close friends think I am extroverted and warm.
-People who don't know me well, find me very hard to read, I seem completely composed and emotionless, out in public.
-I love analysing everything, whether psychology or hobbies, almost to perfectionist levels, this is both an asset and a drawback.
-In my tests I have come out as an INTJ, INFP, INTP, INFJ, ENFP, ENFJ, at least the N is clear.
-My parents are very old compared to others, in their 60s, so they are much more rounded in terms of their type, this will have had an effect on me.