uhh, hey, yes, Vicky Jo has also helped me with my type. I find that the archetypes ARE usefull. If a certian archetype got triggered, someone was using that process to some degree.
It's interesting that you speak of 'intellectual chemistry'. The beginning of the Berens+Nardi description of ENFP says that relationships for ENFPs are about 'being on the same wavelength'.
ENFPS ARE choleric in the temperment models, in the temperment model, choleric=idealist.
Ok, I see you were 'out of preference' for one of the facets in the MBTI step two. I only keep a copy of the sample 'step two interactive report' to remind myself what a useless piece of junk it is. I am probably 'off preference' on most of the thinking-feeling 'facets'. What-ever.
hmm. I have to admit that I am totally not convinced by your analysis. And you are still using Te!! You are zooming through the material, and there's 'underestimate this', 'overestimate that'. You're still throwing the numbers around, and adding this and subtracting that. I can picture it. There's a room with all these dials and gauges, and that's Te. And you're (puer?) Te thinks it knows what each of those gauges is, but you need to be just a bit more carefull, and you have made some mistakes and read some of the dials wrong. I remember doing that kind of assuming I got-it Te- and of course it's not neccesarily verbalized. When I got into trouble with extraverted thinking was when I used to assume I could do math in my head, and skip writing down stuff that way. I also used to write horrible papers because I never kept a logical connection going between paragraphs, and when I got Cs I'd defend myself with "they must be pretending not to get it". On the other hand, there is almost NO Ti in what you wrote. You don't pause or mull over any definitions. Instead it's This reason+this reason+this reason= NTP, which, ironically, signals Te very clearly to me.
And if you can relate to this, then you might have trickster Ti: when I watched "The sting", I thought it was an entertaining movie, but the 20s crime jargon drove me nuts. I had no idea what the characters were talking about some of the time, and at some points I was stopping the movie every few minutes to ask what one of those words meant.
What do you think?