You're saying things like 'I do a sort of "planned procrastination", where I have an idea of when I'm going to do something (which is usually at the second-to-last minute so I have extra time just in case). I don't like to have an exact time of when I'm going to do something, because I would rather have some flexibility so I can do it when I feel like it.' This is just over-analysis by picking up on one tiny trait out of dozens.
People I've spent time with in my past have made a strong impression on me, and to me you're "Gerri." We didn't talk together that much, but I was into typology even back then and made notes about everything and everybody. One of Gerri's funny quirks was that it was impossible to get her to react against or to fight against anything, anything at all. She was that mellow. One day she said her therapist even put a pillow over her face in order to try and suffocate a reaction of out of her. But all she did was lie there and take it.