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    There is also plenty of information on INFJs on the internet or here if you wanna find out more about the functions.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Okay, it's time for me to walk away and let this all sink in before my head pops. TY TY

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    Full color, direct head shot as avatar? Not INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    It's probably because INTPs and INFJs both have unconscious Ti, and you're relating to them on that level. The INFJ function order is Ni>Fe>Ti>Se. The first one function (the INFJ's is Ni) is unconscious and completely natural to you, the second one (for INFJ's is Fe) it is pretty strong and somewhat unconscious, but to get in touch with it it requires some conscious effort (but not much), the third one (Ti for INFJs) is basically how you get relief. You go to this when you are worried about something, and you're constantly doing this process to make you more secure in things. The last one, (Se for INFJs) is a weakness. It tends to bring you down, and at the same time it's the doorway for personal growth.

    Ni- Introverted iNtuiting
    Fe- Extraverted Feeling
    Ti- Introverted Thinking
    Se- Extraverted Sensing

    These aren't the best, you'd have to get some books on MBTI to get a better INFJ description and to read about what each of the functions does for them.
    Don't be too sure:

    comparison of Jung's 8 types

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Don't be too sure
    Of what?
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    That link "comparison of jung's 8 types" is pretty good, and that INFJ profile is meh. I was going to link it but decided to not.
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    Looks like an INTJ score to me, INTPs and INTJs often test the wrong way around. There are plenty of INTPs out there that suspect that they might be INTJs. It's because of the dominant function in INTPs and INTJs. For an INTP, their Ti is a judging function, which increases the J score somewhat, for an INTJ, their Ni is a perceiving function, which again, increases the P score of the INTJ. The two types often score INTX. Seeing as you don't agree with the INTP definitions, I would believe that you are an INTJ, or at least INFJ, but since you are a gal, your T may be seem less prevalent => T.
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    How do you type someone with multiple personalities?
    You don't.

    MBTI was designed for psychologically healthy people.
    If you have a psychological disorder you can't officially be typed.
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    sheesh humans! for realz

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    That's so funny. I just came back here to say that I've processed everything and took a few more scoring tests online and have settled on INTJ.

    I started a strange habit as a child of challenging myself and it sort of wrapped into this unconscious self-sabotage problem. I often feel "comfortable" doing things that I don't actually like so that I have something to work on. I'm always working from the moment I wake up until the moment I sleep. Housework, school work, child raising, emotional work, intellectual development... I even see relaxing as a skill to develop. I sometimes force myself to meditate while the phone rings and there is something I "should" be doing, to stretch my flexibility. I'm always doing something in my head, typically 4 or 5 somethings. I think this tendency to feel "natural" doing things that I don't really feel drawn to makes the scoring hard, especially when it's an either/or situation.

    For the record, multiples is an easy way to EXPLAIN what's going on in my head, that doesn't mean that I actually BELIEVE that there are so many of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    How do you type someone with multiple personalities?
    You don't.

    MBTI was designed for psychologically healthy people.
    If you have a psychological disorder you can't officially be typed.

    I'd love to find someone who is psychologically healthy... if you haven't picked up a copy of the DSMIV lately, you probably have a psychological disorder. Regardless, I think I've figured it out...

    The social construct of "mental illness" is my thesis so I'm a little :steam: about the whole "you can't join our club" idea.

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