I'm, like, 85% sure that I'm an NF. Except...I'm can also be calculated...
I used to be *very* F, but a lot of therapy has taught me to compensate with facts and logic and planning and *thinking*. But, I've always loved things like building stuff and structures and web programing and geometry and (some) sciences. I've also always loved arts and crafts. So, is that T or F?
My point is, my scores on the mbti tests tend to go something like this
Are we seeing where the problem is coming in? There are several personality profiles that kinda fit me, and the ENFP/INFP ones fit me the best, but still not fantastically.
So, am I some kind of mutant? Or have I simply learned to strengthen my weaker functions? I feel like, only being in my mid-twenties, such a feat of well-roundedness should be nearly impossible, like the tests must be wrong. I say that because Kirksey, in her book, says all the types should be working toward being the most even, to try to achieve a near 50% on everything, that a good personality isn't in extremes. I think...I am quite flawed, I hardly think that N should be the only one I really need to work on balancing. So, it makes me wonder if I'm taking the tests wrong, or don't know myself (maybe I'm *too* introspective and can't see the truth). Could I just be an ambivert? Am I over thinking this? Should I just accept that there's something good about me and move on?
I would very much like to find *something* some title or description or single word that I could say "oh, yeah, that's *definitely* me, but it doesn't seem like it's going to ever happen.
Responses/advice/comments are quite welcome.