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    Quote Originally Posted by Murrdogg View Post
    Feel free to post enneagram types as well...

    “I can be seen as complex. I see things as very light side vs dark side. I always use a certain method: treat the good kindly, give the evil one chance for redemption, if they refuse, don’t go soft on them.”

    “I wish I could be the guy that trusts people, but the amount of betrayal I endured at an early age has me on guard constantly. I would even come up with contingency plans on how to leverage myself against someone should they betray me. Contingency planning I enjoy as a mental exercise but the motive behind it is what bugs me.”

    “I want to be able to trust people because in order for this world to be at peace, we must be united in the sense of altruism & the emotional aura must be changed. Right now, it’s filled with selfish evil. If we change that into altruistic light, others will follow suit.”

    “I’m a nice guy as long as you aren’t the one who started something with me. I never lash out at those who didn’t cause my anger. & I would feel extreme guilt & need to punish myself if I did”

    “I feel others’ pain very easily. That’s why when an innocent person is in pain, I instinctively wish to stop the pain. But if it’s an evil person who’s done horrible things to people, I feel nearly no remorse.”

    “I have a thrill seeking side. The adrenaline, power trips, it feels awesome.”

    “I can’t stand to see someone I care about fight, whether it's a fist fight or a shouting match. I need emotional peace around me & I will get in the middle of it & figure out a way to achieve that emotional peace. But I’m always more than happy to fight on their behalf. It’s very much a protective instinct I have. A baby cries, I immediately jump up & try to figure out how to stop it.”

    “When I think on whether I’d ever have children, I fear that I may damage their lives as others did to me but I also like the idea of teaching him or her my ways & that I may create another hero for this world.”

    “I’m a natural at combat. What helps me is my ability to break down an opponent, look for the weaknesses. I use the same ability in my contingency plans.”

    “The best feeling is knowing someone will fight beside you, that they have your back. My cousin & I are like that. & I feel a bond, a brotherhood between us & I’d fight for him any day.”

    "I can't abandon my way of doing things. & that tends to make people quite angry."

    "I'm the black sheep of the family. Everyone else went to parties, got drunk and/or high. I'm the only who decided not to do that. For a few reasons... Getting drunk poisons your body so it's stupid. Everyone in my family who gets drunks turns into a jerk that I instinctively want to smash into the ground, & drugs did the same thing."

    "I want to start a group to teach my ways & spread my ways o help this world be at peace. Almost like a cult, I guess."
    Can you give us some MBTI-related self-descriptions? Without it I am guessing at best, although it's educated guessing.

    I would say J for judger, but not much else comes through. You have a "thrill-seeking side," but there's no indication of how much you identify with it. "Contingency planning I enjoy as a mental exercise but the motive behind it is what bugs me.” What bugs you about it? Mental exercises rather describe the introverted types. Are you morally bugged by contingency planning? If you were an ESTP then it wouldn't bug you. Also, ESTPs are not complex, the INFJ type is considered complex, INFJs see themselves as complex, and your self-description indicates complexity not found in most Extroverted types.

    "I fear that I may damage their lives as others did to me..." E-type 4s feel damaged by others, by society. However, it depends on what you identify as your "life." Oftentimes, intellectual types see their inner worlds (thoughts, feelings, self-derived values) as their "life," their external world being a mere extension of the inner world, and sometimes the external world is seen as troublesome and annoying.

    You mentioned trust issues, and that sounds like a 6 trait. However, it could also be the self-preserving 4, particularly with regard to some of your self-descriptive statements.

    Taking everything into account, you seem like an INFJ, but there is too much MBTI lacking in your description.

    And the above analysis could be completely wrong. Perhaps you're a 6, perhaps INFP. It's hard to say.
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    Everybody says that they are complex and deep, especially on typology forums. To hell with the posturing.

    Important to me are OP's idealism, egalitarian views and belief in objective morality. Combined, these are very typical of NFJs. INFJs however have inferior Se and don't feel much connection if any to sensory stimuli. His compulsions for thrill seeking and inititive to accrue combat experience suggest some Se influence.

    I am going for ENFJ. Fe-Ni-Se-Ti.

    As far as Enneagram goes, 1w2 so/sx.

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    Oops I read the poll and voted before reading - ignore the ENFP vote.

    I'll come back to the OP later.
    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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    Quote Originally Posted by Murrdogg View Post
    Feel free to post enneagram types as well...

    “I can be seen as complex. I see things as very light side vs dark side. I always use a certain method: treat the good kindly, give the evil one chance for redemption, if they refuse, don’t go soft on them.”

    “I wish I could be the guy that trusts people, but the amount of betrayal I endured at an early age has me on guard constantly. I would even come up with contingency plans on how to leverage myself against someone should they betray me. Contingency planning I enjoy as a mental exercise but the motive behind it is what bugs me.”

    “I want to be able to trust people because in order for this world to be at peace, we must be united in the sense of altruism & the emotional aura must be changed. Right now, it’s filled with selfish evil. If we change that into altruistic light, others will follow suit.”

    “I’m a nice guy as long as you aren’t the one who started something with me. I never lash out at those who didn’t cause my anger. & I would feel extreme guilt & need to punish myself if I did”

    “I feel others’ pain very easily. That’s why when an innocent person is in pain, I instinctively wish to stop the pain. But if it’s an evil person who’s done horrible things to people, I feel nearly no remorse.”

    “I have a thrill seeking side. The adrenaline, power trips, it feels awesome.”

    “I can’t stand to see someone I care about fight, whether it's a fist fight or a shouting match. I need emotional peace around me & I will get in the middle of it & figure out a way to achieve that emotional peace. But I’m always more than happy to fight on their behalf. It’s very much a protective instinct I have. A baby cries, I immediately jump up & try to figure out how to stop it.”

    “When I think on whether I’d ever have children, I fear that I may damage their lives as others did to me but I also like the idea of teaching him or her my ways & that I may create another hero for this world.”

    “I’m a natural at combat. What helps me is my ability to break down an opponent, look for the weaknesses. I use the same ability in my contingency plans.”

    “The best feeling is knowing someone will fight beside you, that they have your back. My cousin & I are like that. & I feel a bond, a brotherhood between us & I’d fight for him any day.”

    "I can't abandon my way of doing things. & that tends to make people quite angry."

    "I'm the black sheep of the family. Everyone else went to parties, got drunk and/or high. I'm the only who decided not to do that. For a few reasons... Getting drunk poisons your body so it's stupid. Everyone in my family who gets drunks turns into a jerk that I instinctively want to smash into the ground, & drugs did the same thing."

    "I want to start a group to teach my ways & spread my ways o help this world be at peace. Almost like a cult, I guess."
    You very strongly vibe me as a member of the Gamma Quadra. Gamma Quadra - Wikisocion Other than that, you also vibe me as a type 6 perhaps, or an 8. One of the reactive types, but clearly not a 4.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Just to elaborate, my stopping arguments is in brutal fashion. I yell at both sides and say that they're stupid to argue since its going nowhere. I take charge to keep the group as a team. I am good at applying others' talents to plans I create. It is what makes me good at games with companions and classes and it bugs me when others don't take the most efficient route. I instinctively point out the improvements needed. While I have a vision of stopping evil, and train others to fight, I struggle with the precise path. There's human criminals and more demonic/spiritual related targets to fight. So I train my students to fight both. I know they exist due to seeing first hand. I was skeptical about spirits without first hand experience. I entertained the possibility but put no investment into it. My intuition kicked in at age 7, I picked my apprentice. He was a newborn baby. Just one look at him for the first time and I knew he'd be perfect. No external hints triggered it. I just knew. I also have to take time for sensory pleasures, whether it'd be sex, food, music, combat, etc. I also indulge in such things to cure anger or frustration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Can you give us some MBTI-related self-descriptions? Without it I am guessing at best, although it's educated guessing.

    I would say J for judger, but not much else comes through. You have a "thrill-seeking side," but there's no indication of how much you identify with it. "Contingency planning I enjoy as a mental exercise but the motive behind it is what bugs me.” What bugs you about it? Mental exercises rather describe the introverted types. Are you morally bugged by contingency planning? If you were an ESTP then it wouldn't bug you. Also, ESTPs are not complex, the INFJ type is considered complex, INFJs see themselves as complex, and your self-description indicates complexity not found in most Extroverted types.

    "I fear that I may damage their lives as others did to me..." E-type 4s feel damaged by others, by society. However, it depends on what you identify as your "life." Oftentimes, intellectual types see their inner worlds (thoughts, feelings, self-derived values) as their "life," their external world being a mere extension of the inner world, and sometimes the external world is seen as troublesome and annoying.

    You mentioned trust issues, and that sounds like a 6 trait. However, it could also be the self-preserving 4, particularly with regard to some of your self-descriptive statements.

    Taking everything into account, you seem like an INFJ, but there is too much MBTI lacking in your description.

    And the above analysis could be completely wrong. Perhaps you're a 6, perhaps INFP. It's hard to say.
    My problem with contingency planning is it gives me temptation to easily use them for my own selfish craving for power, and the plans would be so well done that others wouldn't think it'd be me. I've been tempted before to take actions that would give me power to right wrongs. However, there's the chance I'd go too far and become power hungry more and more. The temptation to use dark, manipulative methods to achieve what I wish upon the world. But the temptation of such power could cause me to crave more power, thus becoming closer and closer towards the dark side.

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    My combined traits of strategy, efficiency, balanced with feeling the pain of the innocent, wishing to protect them (Though the efficiency has a history of clashing with my empathy), a personal feeling of right and wrong (Though it's not always clear on what I feel), analysis, as well as my history of self control, make me consider that such power could be held by someone as me, to fix the world, without it corrupting me into a power hungry monster. But there's always the risk that I'm wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murrdogg View Post
    My combined traits of strategy, efficiency, balanced with feeling the pain of the innocent, wishing to protect them (Though the efficiency has a history of clashing with my empathy), a personal feeling of right and wrong (Though it's not always clear on what I feel), analysis, as well as my history of self control, make me consider that such power could be held by someone as me, to fix the world, without it corrupting me into a power hungry monster. But there's always the risk that I'm wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
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    Of course, the efficiency focus was a way to avoid emotional pain, but it took a toll on me. It wasn't natural. I forced myself to learn such extreme repression as a child. Makes it difficult to unravel the psychological web of my mind.

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    Based on the OP, my first guess would be ESI 8w9.





    But as Jaguar pointed out, all you did in your first post was quote other people.

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