the "certified" MBTI person at my school said that to really find out what type you are, look at the "what you do under stress" descriptions...she said these are the least likely to fluctuate, and are the easiest to tell your type by...that might help you out
Here's the one from Cognitive Process:
Fi (42), Ti (38), Ni (33), Ne (31), Se (29), Te (24), Fe (24), Si (18)
INFP, or perhaps ENFP or ISFP
I've had just a gradual change toward ENFP now, tho my friend just said yesterday I seem more happier and energetic than few months ago.
No I won't decide on my life long type right now. Just observing something. I don't change type when my preferences fluctuate in the usual 10-20% range.
Introversion is totally stress-related for me - it makes me stressed, and it results from stress. I'm rather always N, and T and F are almost similarly okay.
Being T feels like secure, confident, competent, detached, protective of self. I guess I'm T when my life isn't good enough to be F, or when I'm just excited of the playfulness, competence and adventure from T. It's also my survival mode.
Being F feels like warm, happy, natural, connected, participating, having true meaning in life. I guess I'm F when healthy, in relative safety, with people to care about, with little or no financial burdens. It's also My relaxing mode.
I'm usually P and it feels relaxing and fun, but I get J if there is some awesome, extreme and exhilarating goal to go for. I'm a fucking race car then and a Doer par excellence. But the goal has to be a freakishly good one, and a challenging one too, so I'll motivate to do something as hard as organizing. J mode is a bit stressful if I don't enjoy what I do anymore.
Hi Butterfly... I am an ENFP and my mother always called me that as a child. She said I just flitted and floated around like one. I usually felt it wasn't a compliment...but I later on learned on she was probably an ISTJ. Go figure. :-)
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