Personality Type Discrimination
This is something I have noticed for a little while, and I thought it's about time somebody posted a topic about it. Personality Type Discrimination.
We are all guilty of it. I have this thing against ISFJ's because my sister is a very unbalanced ISFJ and we have a hard time talking to each other, and relating to one another. I've found myself in the habit of looking at the side panel to see what type the person posting is, to see if you could be friends with me. It's faulty thinking, and itneeds to stop.
INFP's and ENTP's. Seriously. Just don't talk to each other if you guys really have that big of an issue. I'm sure that if the INFP decided to calm down and not take things as an insult to their morals and who they are, they might be able to tolerate the ENTP. The ENTP should realize that INFP's don't want to debate with you. If you could get past this, you'd be good friends.
Introverts saying all extroverts are loud, obnoxious, and have no depth. You are very mistaken. At least in my case, I think a lot of very deep, emotional things, and don't tell anyone what I'm thinking because I am afraid of being judged, or what people would think of me. I very, very rarely share my ideas and viewpionts on things unless I think you are a very special person, and even then sometimes I feel a little bit insecure. Extroverts are not all shallow and overly hyper. Give us a break.
Introverts are awesome people too, they just think before they talk. This isn't something most extroverts are familiar with, so sometimes it comes off as standoffish. Introverts do talk. They do. They aren't all shy, I've met many introverts with plenty of self confidence. What us extroverts need to realize is that introverts are not any less human than we are just because they talk less.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that the person comes first, their 'type' second. Thank you for your time.