If you've read my previous post about fuel tanks, then you'll have some more background as to this great revelation about my type.
I learned today that the Big Five seems to have two factors that correspond to the single MBTI factor T/F . Those factors would be Need for Stability and Accomadation.
High Need for Stability = F and low = T
High Accomdation = F and low = T
Now, I find it quite obvious that I have a low need for stability. A few weeks ago I took a turn too fast while the road was wet, and my car went sliding off the road. I noticed the curb I went up was slanted (not half a foot off the ground like some), and that I didn't hit a small metal post sticking out the ground. Therefore, I just turned the car back onto the road and kept going, not driving much different than I had before. I'm quite unflappable. I know a few people with a Need for Stability that would've totally freaked out if they were in my passenger seat. "Oh my God, you're trying to get us killed."
On the other hand and possibly contrary to popular opinion around here, I tend to be very high in Accomadation. I hardly ever demand my own way, and I just let people be and go with what they want most of the time. I believe this high level of Accomadation could also explain why I turn out an INTP type 9 instead of the usual INTP type 5.
Soooo, when you put all this together, the low Need for Stability would make me like an INTP, and my high Accomdation makes me like an INFP. This would explain my type confusion and why Whatever seems to think I sound more like an INFP. Personally, I find the INTP profiles more accurate, but I would definitely agree with some things found in INFP profiles, although not with the overall descriptoin of INFPs.
Yes, I think I've figured it all out. I'm settling on INTP as my type since it's most accurate.