Honestly, when I give advice, I will make sure I give an objective one - no emotions involved. But it's just different with totally blocking out emotions from life, isn't it. I just have to make sure - T can have emotions, and F can be analytic. Yea?
At the first moment I know MBTI really consider myself as INFP. It's the profile makes me go =/. I even second INFJ and somehow that sounds better. I have read INTP and that sounds cool but I know I cannot say I'm one because it sounds cool. But it's weird because if I'm INFJ, J does not fit me. Nearly all of you say IXXP for me instantly. Nah, this is the issue.
I nearly read every profile whichever I can get. I just cannot fit myself into INFP. This is my problem. I'm annoyed because if I need advice, I have to know my type right? I just want to make sure - my type is INFP, but the profiles are rubbish.
And uptill now I am totally confused and mix up the two function T & F. It depends on how I make a decision right? But, how is T and how is F? I read somewhere that T is about analyzing the situation, looking from outside, while the F one is about experiencing the situation, looking from inside... right? Just to make things clear. I've heard the example about choice between firing an old man and a young man. F will go for the young man while T will go for the old man. I won't answer this Qs because it's too obvious and I will probably answer the one that I like, but I want to clear up things - is this Qs good enough to illustrate difference between T & F?
I'll go and recheck the profiles of INFP. I hope I can at least find a tiny bits of myself there. Honestly, if the profiles are inaccurate, why don't discard those rubbish?
PS. Now I checked what's Model A. But isn't that something from socionics?