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    Accurate and sounds like INFP
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    Defenders are the supreme protectors of that which they see as good, right and proved. They make sure that everything is in order and as it should be. However, it isn’t so much about control or rigidity as much as it is about meeting the needs of the people with whom they live and work. People with this personality type employ proven ways of doing things to preserve security and harmony in their environments – so much so they may at times become a bit stubborn about their missions. They are passionate people who feel strongly about maintaining order and tradition.

    Defenders do not seek the limelight and may, in fact, have difficulty when it comes to self-promotion. People with this personality type usually do not ask for praise or recognition for what they do because they feel they have simply fulfilled their duty. Having done what they see as expected of them, they are happy in the background. They also expect others to do what is expected of them without seeking glory. However, Defenders do feel energized and pleased when others offer praise without their asking for it.

    Others find Defenders likable because of their kindness, backed up by their reliability. Being hugely efficient, Defenders are who people feel confident going to when they need someone to attend to logistical or administrative matters. A healthy number of Defenders can be found in medicine, education and counseling, where serious focus and diligence is paramount.

    Defenders understand the importance of strong social and family connections, and usually put vigorous effort into building and keeping them. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t value their time alone, and they have no problem doing difficult or repetitive jobs by themselves. Their preference is to either work alone or in small groups.

    But Defenders value expectations, and in Western culture especially, they’re expected to be social and dynamic. It can be many years before they realize that it’s perfectly okay to keep some time to themselves. As with all Introverts, these personalities need time to recover from social activity and restore their energy. Defenders enjoy time in their homes and at their hearths with family and perhaps a few close friends. Simple pleasures satisfy them and they don’t need much stimulation or excitement.

    In striving to create and preserve order, Defenders take rules seriously and respect the chain of command and established hierarchies. They know who answers to whom and are careful to work within that system. Rules and protocols give them quiet comfort in their day-to-day lives – so much so, in fact, that if this regard for standards is too strong, these personalities may become somewhat dependent on the source of the rules – an organization or an institution – to decide things for them.

    Defenders are hard-working, meticulous and practical in their approach to just about anything. However, in doing so, they are motivated by a sense that they are doing the right thing for the good of all rather than simply being neurotic sticklers for the details. Their loyalty and dedication is usually impressive, and people with this personality type typically stick with employers or organizations for a long time. This loyalty is also a hallmark of their domestic lives.

    Defenders are people who live in the present as it’s related to the past. They enjoy tradition and look to history to inform their actions today. Anything too abstract, too bound in theory or too radically innovative, is of little interest to them. Subconsciously, abstract material may even seem like “wild cards”, disruptive to the clear order and tradition that Defenders so vigorously protect. There might even be a tinge of defensiveness when these personalities talk about such topics to others. They see little practical purpose in such things, opting instead for the tried and true. The more concrete, the better.

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    I am sure the test has already been here

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    If there is one personality type that could be proclaimed the master of emotions, it is the Counselors. Highly intuitive and sensitive, these personalities are on a never-ending quest to understand themselves and others – their motives, goals, dreams and concerns. Counselors can experience a very wide range of emotions in a short amount of time, with the pendulum swinging from apprehension to exuberance, pity to inspiration. However, they would not have it any other way – to Counselors, life is like a drama, and our feelings are an undeniable part of it.

    Counselors are very curious, idealistic and maybe even somewhat mystical. They place a lot of importance on independence and self-determination, steadfastly believing that no one has a right to tell someone else what they should do. Rather, Counselors tend to inspire by example, often unwittingly – they simply live their lives as they see fit, and are perplexed when other people see that as something bold or unusual. Authenticity is at the very core of this personality type, and few things excite Counselors more than the prospect of being true to themselves and doing something they really enjoy.

    Counselors strongly dislike routine and cannot stand suffocating rules, but despite their free-spirited attitude, they are quite perfectionistic. Counselors are happy to put in a lot of time and effort working on projects that they feel strongly about, but it would be very difficult to convince someone with this personality type to take on work that is not closely related to their key goals and values, regardless of the potential rewards. Once Counselors decide that they are definitely on the right path and that their work reflects their true identity though, they can become success-driven and tireless individuals, anxious to meet or exceed even the highest standards.

    On the other hand, Counselors’ sensitivity and interest in everything and everybody are not without costs. Despite being very social and cheerful, people with this personality type need to be careful not to overextend themselves. Their minds need some quiet time to organize and evaluate all the information they’ve gathered. Counselors may often surprise their friends by suddenly acting like introverts. Furthermore, Counselors are quite vulnerable to stress – these personalities can be very adaptive and flexible, but they can also experience a lot of anxiety in challenging situations.

    With the right work-life balance and good friends though, Counselors handle these occasional rough patches easily. People with this personality type have excellent people skills and find it easy to bounce back and inspire or encourage others, often spearheading various initiatives. It is very difficult to resist Counselors’ characteristic charm and enthusiasm – it seems as if they truly know what it means to enjoy life, and this trait, combined with their extraordinary intuition, makes them unrivaled motivators.

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    What would this translate into? ESTP? Not sure...

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    this is wrong. Yes I can sympathize with this type but I will not give in because I smell the Barnum effect.

    Peacemaker (VOI-S)
    True to their name, Peacemakers excel at bringing peace and integrity to their environment and the people dear to them. Perhaps the most dreamy and idealistic of all types, these personalities never truly rest – their kindness, combined with high sensitivity and perfectionism, pushes them to do everything they can to ensure that good triumphs evil in all possible forms.

    That said, it may be quite difficult to decipher the true feelings and thoughts of a Peacemaker. People with this personality type are used to shielding their sensitive and idealistic inner core from outside judgment and criticism, often since early childhood. In order to avoid being misunderstood and isolated, Peacemakers try to curb their childlike enthusiasm and insatiable fascination with the world. Unfortunately, this also exposes these personalities to significant mood swings – they can feel on top of the world one day and become consumed with doubt about themselves the next.

    On the other hand, their innate creativity and eagerness to be the best they can be hands Peacemakers a rather unique set of tools to make their voice heard. First, people with this personality type care deeply about good, ethical causes. Peacemakers are unmistakably authentic, making them perfect candidates for any work that involves helping or encouraging others.

    Second, they are highly adaptable and intuitive, constantly scanning their environment for cues that something may be amiss. While this attitude may make Peacemakers quite anxious and self-conscious, their flexibility often proves very useful.

    Finally, Peacemakers are very creative, even poetic individuals, finding it not just easy, but deeply fulfilling to express their thoughts in writing. Many Peacemakers dream of being authors from a very early age, feeling fascinated by the symbols, metaphors and characters that a masterful writer brings to life. These personalities can be quite perfectionistic sometimes, endlessly polishing their articles or novels. But when they do let their thoughts reach a wider audience, it’s rather difficult to not be fascinated by the rich imagination and idealism that all Peacemakers share.

    Complex and mysterious personalities, Peacemakers are hard to get to know – they themselves sometimes find it difficult to truly understand what drives and inspires them. However, their kind, gentle and altruistic nature makes Peacemakers irreplaceable wherever there is a need for a deeply positive, healing and idealistic touch. A Peacemaker’s quiet enthusiasm, empathy and curiosity can sometimes do much more than another type’s firm, confident and rational approach. As the quote goes, “...not all those who wander are lost”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Invincible View Post
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    What would this translate into? ESTP? Not sure...
    At best you could say Pe dom.

    Though I suppose if there actually is a strong correlation between this and mbti then you could go on further to say ESxP.

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