It may be hard to believe, after all my type hopping, but I realize now that this is who I really may be. It fits in a lot with my experiences when I was younger and I am starting to greatly see the effects of being this MBTI type as I get older.
I am an ENTJ, who yes, over the years has developed a lot of Fi and Se. It has been a very rough past, which has made me more compassionate and softer. But at the same time, even if I identified with lots of ISFP/ESFP traits, I knew somehow
Updated 02-10-2018 at 04:21 PM by Ryosuke93
Not much happening today might drop by the Olympics on the Telly later to see how the athletes are getting on.
I enjoy the downhill ski events the most but try to keep up with the highlights of all the other events too!
Originally Posted by Discovery The following is a very insightful excerpt from the relationship section of personalityjunkie.com that I felt applies well to this topic.. It is at odds with the socionics duality notion of 'crutching' your inferior function by finding it in a partner:
"What often starts out looking like a fairy-tale opportunity to feel “whole” (aka individuated) when we pair with our typological opposite can quickly destruct into a nightmare and the eventual realization that we’ve “lost ourselves”
[QUOTE=BranchMonkey;40669690][QUOTE] I do not know if it is just me, but I do not find it rude to not introduce yourself on forums. Though, I can see how it would be neat. Other than that, :welcome: . [/QUOTE]
I didn't introduce myself officially either--I jumped in and started playing games, reading up on some rules, making friends. But I'd been a member of another typing forum for eight years at that point, didn't