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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    I sense ISTJ

    You aren't a P just cause you have a good time when you aren't working....
    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I have a good time when I'm not working. My mind just wanders all over the place while I'm having a good time. I'll be doing something really exciting and be processing like....a website I read or a movie I just watched.
    I'm a scatterbrain regardless, during work and play. But during work, I try and have a systematic approach in order to finish my work since I don't like to do it.

    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    I is I. I can't be P or J.
    Well obviously. I meant it to ask about me - myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Well obviously. I meant it to ask about me - myself.
    First let us delve. What type is Rocko?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    First let us delve. What type is Rocko?
    Rocko's an ISTJ in my book. But let's get back to me.

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    Try using temperament theory and finding out your core needs.

    Which would you be really, really stressed without:
    - freedom to do what you want and make an impact, or
    - a sense of belonging to a larger group and responsibility?

    The first one is the SP core need, and the second is an SJ core need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sciski View Post
    Try using temperament theory and finding out your core needs.

    Which would you be really, really stressed without:
    - freedom to do what you want and make an impact, or
    - a sense of belonging to a larger group and responsibility?

    The first one is the SP core need, and the second is an SJ core need.
    Frankly, I don't care about belonging to a larger group or holding any responsibility. But at the same time, I don't worry that much about impact, but I would like freedom to do what I want.

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    You're SP, congratulations.

    If you don't care for responsibility, you surely are not SJ. (SJs may argue against this if they so wish.. I'm just working from the theory.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sciski View Post
    You're SP, congratulations.

    If you don't care for responsibility, you surely are not SJ. (SJs may argue against this if they so wish.. I'm just working from the theory.)
    I was talking to my parents earlier, and I realized how much they were telling me to work hard and stuff, but I was much more laid back. Without their J influence, I would have been much more P. Thanks by the way.

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    Heh, thank your parents as well for balancing you out!

    Though they might look at you funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sciski View Post
    You're SP, congratulations.

    If you don't care for responsibility, you surely are not SJ. (SJs may argue against this if they so wish.. I'm just working from the theory.)
    Being an SJ isn't so much about needing to fit in. It's markedly less true for us introverted SJs, but some of us still kind of agree to that. People often say SJs have a need for stability and security. For introverts, this refers mostly to steadiness in one's own life.

    It's going to be difficult to get anyone to identify with descriptions of SJs because so much of our culture teaches us to rebel against all those things SJs represent. Hate to say it...but my point is that complicates determining an SJ's type.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    SJs are traditionalists. They preserve what's always been there. However, it's going to be different for every SJ. Each one will have their own traditions and past to preserve. I definitely identify with SJ, but what I apply it to is certainly different than other SJs. We apply the same thing to different circumstances.


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