I've taken bunches of quizzes for the MBTI but I still am not sure which one best fits me. It's rather frustrating and I thought maybe someone online could help me, that's how I found the site so here I am!
So here I go on about my personality and hope someone can explain the t,f-j,p stuff
I’m an introvert: that much I do know. The fact that I’m writing a personality assessment of myself proves that. I spend most of my time alone. I fear unfamiliar social situations and even when I’m with people I know well it’s hard for me to open up completely. I tend to let other people “drive”. I’m always the last person walking in the group. I love watching people (I enjoy picking out the nuances of people, their facial features, mannerisms and voice; their unique traits) but I hate being watched. When I need something it’s very hard for me to speak up and tell someone.
I try to see things as objectively and unbiased as possible. What scares me the most is delusion, and through my interest in perception I am very aware at how faulty the human brain is; how we see things the way that we want them to be, and not how they are.
I frequently get overwhelmed by information. I find it hard to decide what’s relevant and what isn’t. When my room is messy, my brain is messy and I freak out. If I’m not organized I can barely function because I see things so close up, (it’s almost like a glaring blindness) and in order to get the big picture I need to tidy everything up first. Unfortunately I procrastinate and have these cycles of cleaning everything up then letting it pile up again slowly. Also I’m all or nothing when it comes to a lot of things: if I can’t do it all, I end up doing nothing.
How I decide (thinking, feeling).
Objectivity is the most important thing. I need every detail to understand the situation first, and that sometimes irritates people. But I think I am good at mediating between people and seeing both sides of the story. Sometimes I know a side is wrong with the logical part of my brain and with the other part still feel quite comfortable seeing it from their viewpoint. I say it like this: “I like ___ very much but I can see why someone else wouldn’t like it”.
I think I'm pretty logical but definitely not "cold and unemotional". I just get stuck in details too often.
So, I hope I don't look like a total idiot for writing all of that and I hope someone can help me! Thanks for reading!