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    More examples:

    When my brother is angry (IxxP), he slams doors, yells, etc.

    When my mother is angry (ESFx or ENFP), she yells and complains about everything and how everyone is doing something wrong.

    When I am angry, I usually isolate myself from whatever it is that is making me mad. Unless I feel completely powerless, in which case I voice my complaints.

    One thing my brother and I have in common is our need for privacy. The only difference is that he is moody when he feels I infringe on his time, while I'm a tinge more relaxed. Don't get me wrong, he irks me from time to time.

    I hate going out. My mother needs to persuade me in order for me to go somewhere. My problem is that I just don't like crowds and loud noises.

    I'm going to add much more detail later on, but I will say I've always considered myself an IN type.

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    My memory fails me, for I’ve blocked out so many events over the years, or my mind has wondered to another place and missed major details of my experiences.

    According to what I see in the Home Movies, I was a strange, excitable child. I craved attention (I would try to draw the camera’s attention to myself) and would do very weird things. For example, in one tape I run around a swimming pool while smacking my butt and screaming “ride ‘em bullseye” (Toy Story 2 reference). I do this for the entire duration of the tape.

    If I had to stereotype myself, I’d say I was an ENFP/ENFJ-ish child. There was a narcissistic side to me, but I seemed happy and carefree. But God was I annoying.

    In school I tried to take my Mother’s advice and ‘be friends with everyone’. So I would act like an ISFJ; good student in class, and attentive to the people I tried to fit in with. Unfortunately, I was weird, socially awkward, and insecure to the point of being a self-centered douche. There was no filter or self-respect for me, so I was often picked on. I failed to adapt, and now that I think about it I wish I wouldn’t have tried. I would’ve been happier as a lone wolf who did his own thing, not a goody-two-shoes who tries to adapt.

    Now, I’m pretty much the product of Schopenhauer and Aspergers (not that I have it). I’m antisocial by choice. Right now, I’d say I’m sort of like an INxP who wants to be an INxJ.

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    Did I render you a type in a previous thread? If so, then that's your type. @Jaguar)
    I think you had me down in the IN category, though you originally thought type 4 INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lain View Post
    I think you had me down in the IN category, though you originally thought type 4 INFJ.
    Errrr uhh, hmmmmm. You're a fairly clear INFP...
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    You're a fairly clear INFP...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lain View Post
    It felt fake. Like I had an obligation to society to like this person. Love is something that I cannot understand. Why do some people love one person over another? What does it mean to love? Romantic movies/books confuse/anger me.

    Your view toward love sounds like INFJ. I have the same view toward love. I am not really into mushy romantic things. And I am also not really into one-to-one personal love, I can actually live my entire life without being in a romantic relationship. My love extends toward humanity in general. One of my biggest goal in life is to use my presence to touch people's lives.

    And you are definitely not INFP. The INFPs that I know in real life all have a very idealistic way of viewing love. I'd say they are hopeless romantics to the core. Their definition of love is candlelit dinner, romantic walks etc. Romeo and Juliet are both INFPs for example. When they are in a relationship with someone, they also constantly love to hear mushy romantic words from their partner all the time.

    Not sure whether it's an INFJ thing, but whenever people say mushy romantic words to me, I start cringing. I am not really a romantic person. Or maybe I am INTJ afterall. But probably not.

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    My love extends toward humanity in general. One of my biggest goal in life is to use my presence to touch people's lives.
    I can't relate to that.

    When they are in a relationship with someone, they also constantly love to hear mushy romantic words from their partner all the time.
    Disgusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lain View Post
    I can't relate to that.



    Disgusting.

    You sound like INFJ with a well-developed Ti.

    Ok take this quiz below, I am curious to see your cognitive functions.

    Keys 2 Cognition - Cognitive Processes

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    1. Freely follow your gut instincts and exciting physical impulses as they come up.

    OOO

    2. Offer various unrelated ideas and see what potential they might suggest.

    OO

    3. Determine success by measurement or other objective method such as the time taken.

    OOOO

    4. Feel inclined to be responsible for, and take care of, others' feelings.

    O

    5. Experience a premonition or foresee the distant future.

    OOO

    6. Notice whether the details in front of you match what you are accustomed to.

    OO

    7. Be guided by a definition, logical deduction, or other nugget of reasoning.

    OOOO

    8. Feel strongly that something is good or bad.

    O

    9. Compassionately take on someone else's needs as your own.

    O

    10. Construct an argument to convince someone using evidence clearly in front of you both.

    OOO


    11. Achieve a metamorphosis, definitive insight, or powerful vision of change.

    OOO

    12. Compare an experience against a storehouse of familiar experiences to find what's reliable.

    OO

    13. Remain in touch with what you want for yourself, what motivates you, and what is good.

    OO

    14. Apply leverage to a situation to solve a problem impersonally using minimal effort.

    OOO

    15. Enjoy the thrill of action and physical experience in the present moment.

    OO

    16. Enjoy playing with random interconnections and patterns.

    OOOO

    17. Recognize and usually adhere to shared values, feelings, and social norms to get along.

    OO


    18. Conceive of a comprehensive plan to maximize progress toward multiple goals at once.

    OOO

    19. Freely enjoy doing what you want for your own personal happiness.

    OOOO

    20. Concisely reference multiple frameworks at once while problem solving.

    OO

    21. Gain a profound realization from a mystical state or sudden release of emotions.

    OOO

    22. Follow steps to ensure tasks are predictable and completed correctly.

    OOO

    23. Engage life's magical moments and meaningful coincidences as they happen.

    OOO

    24. Quickly move to take advantage of immediate options for action.

    O

    25. Always remain true to what you want for yourself or others.

    OO


    26. Analyze and critique what doesn't fit with a well-defined principle.

    OOOO

    27. Review a lot of information over time to confirm what is customary or standard.

    OO

    28. Feel attracted to the symbolic, archetypal, or mysterious.

    OOOOO

    29. Instantly read visible cues to see just how far you can go.

    OO

    30. Keep following tangents and new ideas without limiting yourself to one.

    OOO

    31. Follow a straight line of reasoning.

    OOO

    32. Help make people feel comfortable by engaging in hosting and care-taking.

    O

    33. Lay out methods for others to complete tasks in time- and resource-efficient ways.

    OOO

    34. Readily communicate personally to all members of a group to feel unity.

    OO

    35. Fine-tune a definition or concept to support a theory, perspective or framework.

    OOO

    36. Evaluate what is worth believing in and most important to who you really are inside.

    OOO

    37. Weave into the current dynamics of a situation aspects of other, random contexts.

    OO

    38. Spur action and pull off results simply by making your presence felt.

    O

    39. Transform yourself by focusing inward on a specific way you foresee you will need to be.

    OOOO

    40. Fulfill the same regular work or activity everyday at a comfortable pace.

    OOO

    41. Merge and feel intimate oneness with other people.

    O

    42. Stick to making decisions based on impersonal measures such as points earned.

    OOOO

    43. Continually examine if choices harmonize with important beliefs.

    OO

    44. Take apart something to figure out the principles on which it works.

    O

    45. Push your mental limits to complete an array of innovative achievements.

    OO

    46. Point out discrepancies between how things are and the way they have always been.

    OOO

    47. Trust what emerges from brainstorming.

    OO

    48. Easily get in sync physically with people and things around you.

    OO


    extraverted Sensing (Se) ******************* (19.9)
    limited use
    introverted Sensing (Si) ******************************** (32.3)
    good use
    extraverted Intuiting (Ne) ******************************** (32)
    good use
    introverted Intuiting (Ni) ************************************** (38)
    excellent use
    extraverted Thinking (Te) *************************************** (39.3)
    excellent use
    introverted Thinking (Ti) ***************************** (29.7)
    average use
    extraverted Feeling (Fe) ****************** (18)
    limited use
    introverted Feeling (Fi) ****************************** (30.2)
    good use

    Summary Analysis of Profile
    By focusing on the strongest configuration of cognitive processes, your pattern of responses most closely matches individuals of this type: INTJ

    Lead (Dominant) Process
    Introverted Intuiting (Ni): Transforming with a meta-perspective. Withdrawing from the world and focusing your mind to receive an insight or realization. Checking if synergy results. Trying out a realization to transform things.

    Support (Auxilliary) Process
    Extraverted Thinking (Te): Measuring and constructing for progress. Making decisions objectively based on evidence and measures. Checking if things function properly. Applying a procedure to control events and complete goals.

    If these cognitive processes don't fit well then consider these types: ENTJ, or ISTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lain View Post
    1. Freely follow your gut instincts and exciting physical impulses as they come up.

    OOO

    2. Offer various unrelated ideas and see what potential they might suggest.

    OO

    3. Determine success by measurement or other objective method such as the time taken.

    OOOO

    4. Feel inclined to be responsible for, and take care of, others' feelings.

    O

    5. Experience a premonition or foresee the distant future.

    OOO

    6. Notice whether the details in front of you match what you are accustomed to.

    OO

    7. Be guided by a definition, logical deduction, or other nugget of reasoning.

    OOOO

    8. Feel strongly that something is good or bad.

    O

    9. Compassionately take on someone else's needs as your own.

    O

    10. Construct an argument to convince someone using evidence clearly in front of you both.

    OOO


    11. Achieve a metamorphosis, definitive insight, or powerful vision of change.

    OOO

    12. Compare an experience against a storehouse of familiar experiences to find what's reliable.

    OO

    13. Remain in touch with what you want for yourself, what motivates you, and what is good.

    OO

    14. Apply leverage to a situation to solve a problem impersonally using minimal effort.

    OOO

    15. Enjoy the thrill of action and physical experience in the present moment.

    OO

    16. Enjoy playing with random interconnections and patterns.

    OOOO

    17. Recognize and usually adhere to shared values, feelings, and social norms to get along.

    OO


    18. Conceive of a comprehensive plan to maximize progress toward multiple goals at once.

    OOO

    19. Freely enjoy doing what you want for your own personal happiness.

    OOOO

    20. Concisely reference multiple frameworks at once while problem solving.

    OO

    21. Gain a profound realization from a mystical state or sudden release of emotions.

    OOO

    22. Follow steps to ensure tasks are predictable and completed correctly.

    OOO

    23. Engage life's magical moments and meaningful coincidences as they happen.

    OOO

    24. Quickly move to take advantage of immediate options for action.

    O

    25. Always remain true to what you want for yourself or others.

    OO


    26. Analyze and critique what doesn't fit with a well-defined principle.

    OOOO

    27. Review a lot of information over time to confirm what is customary or standard.

    OO

    28. Feel attracted to the symbolic, archetypal, or mysterious.

    OOOOO

    29. Instantly read visible cues to see just how far you can go.

    OO

    30. Keep following tangents and new ideas without limiting yourself to one.

    OOO

    31. Follow a straight line of reasoning.

    OOO

    32. Help make people feel comfortable by engaging in hosting and care-taking.

    O

    33. Lay out methods for others to complete tasks in time- and resource-efficient ways.

    OOO

    34. Readily communicate personally to all members of a group to feel unity.

    OO

    35. Fine-tune a definition or concept to support a theory, perspective or framework.

    OOO

    36. Evaluate what is worth believing in and most important to who you really are inside.

    OOO

    37. Weave into the current dynamics of a situation aspects of other, random contexts.

    OO

    38. Spur action and pull off results simply by making your presence felt.

    O

    39. Transform yourself by focusing inward on a specific way you foresee you will need to be.

    OOOO

    40. Fulfill the same regular work or activity everyday at a comfortable pace.

    OOO

    41. Merge and feel intimate oneness with other people.

    O

    42. Stick to making decisions based on impersonal measures such as points earned.

    OOOO

    43. Continually examine if choices harmonize with important beliefs.

    OO

    44. Take apart something to figure out the principles on which it works.

    O

    45. Push your mental limits to complete an array of innovative achievements.

    OO

    46. Point out discrepancies between how things are and the way they have always been.

    OOO

    47. Trust what emerges from brainstorming.

    OO

    48. Easily get in sync physically with people and things around you.

    OO


    extraverted Sensing (Se) ******************* (19.9)
    limited use
    introverted Sensing (Si) ******************************** (32.3)
    good use
    extraverted Intuiting (Ne) ******************************** (32)
    good use
    introverted Intuiting (Ni) ************************************** (38)
    excellent use
    extraverted Thinking (Te) *************************************** (39.3)
    excellent use
    introverted Thinking (Ti) ***************************** (29.7)
    average use
    extraverted Feeling (Fe) ****************** (18)
    limited use
    introverted Feeling (Fi) ****************************** (30.2)
    good use

    Summary Analysis of Profile
    By focusing on the strongest configuration of cognitive processes, your pattern of responses most closely matches individuals of this type: INTJ

    Lead (Dominant) Process
    Introverted Intuiting (Ni): Transforming with a meta-perspective. Withdrawing from the world and focusing your mind to receive an insight or realization. Checking if synergy results. Trying out a realization to transform things.

    Support (Auxilliary) Process
    Extraverted Thinking (Te): Measuring and constructing for progress. Making decisions objectively based on evidence and measures. Checking if things function properly. Applying a procedure to control events and complete goals.

    If these cognitive processes don't fit well then consider these types: ENTJ, or ISTJ

    My final conclusion of your type is INFJ. I actually saw lots of Ni in you, and also, in this quiz, you actually scored quite high on Ni. And also, in one of your previous threads, you wrote this:


    I'm dependent on my family. I am malleable to what they want, and want to do what it takes to make them proud. I need to learn to do things for myself and what makes me happy (whatever that may be).

    This part here is actually very Fe. I noticed that Fe types often have this tendency to neglect their own needs just to keep the people around them happy.
    INTJs have tertiary Fi, so I don't think they are "malleable" at all.

    So my final conclusion of your type is INFJ.

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