After reading a few posts, you seem very ISTJ to me.
The only reason I don't say ISTP is not because you don't seem P, but because you overall don't seem like that free spirited SP.
You can use that N side of the brain but you seem to be taking in information in a very empirical, solid-evidence kind of way. Taking it, and using it for philisophical things like the papers and computer science. Very observant, thorough in your description. All striking ISTJ.
You seem very naturally T, like you said, F was learned.
So nice, balanced ISTJ!
Thread: I'm Confused about my Type
10-12-2009, 11:17 AM #31
10-12-2009, 03:51 PM #32
Most of the ISFJs I know enjoy reading a lot. It's often simply different kinds of books from an INFP. They also enjoy the arts in a hands on way (kind of like ISFPs, but more practical) and can be very DIY and crafty. They are extremely nurturing and giving. I know quite a few who procrastinate and can be disorganized too. So I can imagine an ISFJ testing INFP and liking the profile, and wanting to identify with it. Many MBTI profiles conveniently leave out that INFPs are weirdos, haha. I think less ISFJs would be running around with an INFP tag if the picture was painted more clearly. I've been reading Jung lately, and his description of Fi really shows how IxFPs are unusual people."Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
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