So, I've tested as just about everything. I've read about cognitive functions, I've introspected, but I still have no idea what type I am. I'm new, but if any of y'all have any ideas about my type from this post, please tell me.
I'm probably an introvert. I've been told that I'm quiet so many times that it has quit being annoying and become funny. I can be loud when I'm in a good mood around my close friends, but that doesn't happen much. But, I do need time to refresh after being around people. After being around people too much, I get pretty cranky. I hate hurting people, so I make sure to get plenty of alone time.
I'm not sure if I'm an intuitive or a sensor. I'm not the best at "living in the moment", but I do love having fun at theme parks and concerts and stuff like that. I do kind of relate to descriptions of Ne, because I tend to see connections and possibilities all over the place, and I can be really silly. But I've read that Se users also see possibilities everywhere, and i don't know the difference between the two! I also slightly relate to descriptions of Si and Ni, as I often sleep on problems and consider facts that I already know. I often tend to read a lot about problems, gathering a ton of facts before I made a decision. But I do tend to use the facts to find a new conclusion, Ne>Si maybe?
I'm probably a feeler. I guess that I'm well-developed, as I'm pretty logical, but I don't make decisions that I know will really hurt other people. I really, really hate hurting people. But I don't really know how to tell the difference between Fi and Fe. I tend to decide if something is wrong based on how much it hurts other people, but I can't tell if it's Fi telling me that it's wrong. But I don't go too far in that direction, as I don't try too hard to avoid hurting overly sensitive people. I'm not really politically correct or anything. I am generally nice, though.
So, for the stereotypes, I'm a perciever. I'm disorganized, I procrastinate, and I like to have all of the facts before I make a decision. but I know that the MBTI isn't about stereotypes, it's about the functions. But I'm confused about the functions!
So, if anything can get anything from this post other than the fact that I'm confused, please help me. Any good function descriptions would also be really, really appreciated, too. Thanks in advance!