I guess I'll start with E vs. I...
On online tests I usually come out as being an introvert, but I started to wonder if that was actually true. I love being around people (except the ones I hate :/), but most social situations make me very uncomfortable. The key question that people ask me about this is if social activity drains or energizes me. Well, it most certainly does energize me if
it's with the right people and I am being included in the interaction, which is very rare. I do not like being the center of attention and do not mind spending time alone. I never initiate conversations to those I do not know and those I do not know well, which is why I have few friends (if you'd really consider my friends to be my friends). I am also a very reserved person and I almost never share my personal problems with people. So I go online and talk to people on various forums or I talk to my family.
S vs. N:
I rarely come up as an intuitive on tests. I don't think I'll ever completely understand it. This is the only dichotomy that I'm sure of. I am a sensor.
T vs. F:
Another hard one. I believe I use Fi a lot, but I don't think I have before adolescence. I hate it when people share there emotions with me. It's not that I don't want to comfort them, it's just that I don't know how to respond. I feel extremely awkward hugging someone that I'm not blood related to. I'll listen if someone opens up to me and shares their problems, but I probably make them feel stupid afterwards. I don't really respond in a caring kind of way, even thought I want to. I'm also not a very mushy kind of person and I don't like it when other people are too sensitive. I just like to have fun. I can't really think of any thinking strengths
I have. I guess I'm good at math and I like doing logic problems... do those count?
J vs. P:
Ooh boy. Here we go. When I was younger, I was never organized and I was very messy. At school, my teachers would frown at the sight of my desk. It would always look like a tornado ran through it. But at least it wasn't as bad as some kids who had old food in their desks or the ones who couldn't even close their desks. School has forced me to be organized... at least... in work habits. My bedroom that I'm sitting in right now has piles of old school papers, hangars, plastic bags, clothes, and other junk piled on top of each other. (I really should take care of that... sometime.) Now, I know that organization is only part of this. I like closure. I like some things to be planned. I like it when I know what is going to happen, but at the same time, I like to be spontaneous. I like to wake up one morning, get in the car, and go some place random. One thing is for sure, I don't like just sitting around doing nothing all day (unless I'm sick or really tired). But I don't know if I like my life to be planned or if I like it to be spontaneous. They both have great options. One thing I've noticed with this is that J types seem to think that I am a judger and P types seem to think that I'm a perceiver. I've never seen it a different way before.
Um there ya go... I think...