That still seems somewhat EF to me, in that she initiated the conversation, and spoke of an experience that conjured emotion.Originally Posted by INTJMom
Exactly. That's far too much for an INTP, in my opinion. I mean, I could even believe it if they had initiated the conversation, but spoke of something more neutral, and kept it shorter... but all of that? No, I just can't see that.She seemed intelligent enough and well-informed enough to know her own type. She just seemed awfully friendly and pleasant to be an INTP, but that's only based on the things I've read here about INTPs not caring about manners or polite behavior.
Hmm... I suppose they could be a very socialized/artificial T, but there's definitely an E or an F in there somewhere, and I would venture to think both. (Although there seems to be an off-chance they might be an ENTP, but I'd never believe "I.")Now that I think about it, she didn't have that "ethereal" quality my sister has - not really in touch with reality kind of thing.
I seriously doubt she was, but I would agree that she's a positive example of whatever type she is, from how you describe her.I guess I haven't known enough INTP women to know what they are like in person. She was definitely a positive example of an INTP if that's what she is.
And finally, I'm going to say that the only way this person could be an INTP is if they were very stressed... it doesn't fit with my understanding of INTP behavior in the least.