- Mar 26, 2017
- MBTI Type
Oh, you're welcome!I took it again (all this time later, haha) and got ENP. Perhaps the mystery is getting closer to being solved? And by the way, I'm not quoting you to bother you or squeeze more info out of you; rather I'm just trying to show you I do have some follow-through when it comes to this stuff. I re-read stuff from time to time and I think I understand you and @Legion better. Did I ever say how much I appreciated your help? 'Cause I do
I've been advancing a bit but my answer on the other thread, as average/balanced type for the moment and that you are in a position to be softly any type you want and that it may be hard to separate what is a trauma reaction and what is really your personality remains, even though as far as I know average type is not related with any particular trauma or personality disorder at all.
The only news is that in fact MBTI changes over-time, with this having to do with an actual brain development, so using your kid you as a type doesn't work because there is a part of the brain (Im forgetting the name, I think its frontal lobe) and ENFP kid is pretty normal even though about half of people who score as ENFP at 10-15 years old imminently don't score as ENFP at their 30's and a little bit less at their 20's. The graph has been lost on both INFJ forum and here sadly, but I recall that info because I sort of was the ENFP/ESFP E7 kid.