- Oct 14, 2008
- MBTI Type
Should include Amazon links for this.
Thirded."Gifts Differing" by Isabel Myers Briggs
"Psychological Types" by C.G. Jung
For exploration of cognitive function theory:
Personality Type : An Owner's Manual (Jung on the Hudson Book Series)
I haven't found anything yet with adequate depth. And her pop culture references are tedious. But it's the best of a bad lot.
To my ESTJ father--
who doubts that type means much of anything
my INFP mother--
who fervently hoped I'd write a book on the Enneagram
and my ENFP husband--
who can't believe I'd invest so much time in one project.
This place wasn't small. It was gigantic... with a cafe and everything.There's your mistake. You went to Borders. They suck at having the books I really want. I don't know why the little bookstores in the mall exist. They're so pointless except for being glorified magazine stands. I go to Barnes & Noble if I'm too impatient to wait on Amazon.
This place wasn't small. It was gigantic... with a cafe and everything.
But I probably will end up ordering what I want online.
It's just that I was given Christmas money and I was supposed to have it wrapped and under the tree for Christmas, so waiting for shipping wasn't an option, nor was paying an arm and a leg for expediency.
Besides, I didn't imagine Borders wouldn't have what I wanted.
Live and learn.
I almost always buy books online, so I didn't know.
I took the Socionics test and while it said that I was an ENFJ (with a telling ghost P function, which bears witness to my twin sister's influence over me growing up), did anyone else's eyes bug out when you got to the "compatibilty" part? Ye Gods. Me and an ISTJ, married?? I have nothing against ISTJs whatsoever, but marriage? Then it recommended that I marry myself (NO NO NO!!! I'd rather be ALONE) or an ESTP (yes, that's nice, if I want to be dragged through life by a wacky raving daredevil). At the very bottom it listed INFP/INTP.
Yikes. I'm still giving the "ISTJ" pairing an astounded stare.