I got in to psychology school in Sweden to become a clinical psychologist but I start to get second thoughts. I am an ENTP and I have always been quite insensitive, harsh, mean and dominant. These are all traits that generally would speak for a lawyer rather than a psychologist but at the same time I love psychology and know that I would take it very seriously. I find the theories very interesting and also the idea of helping people improve their lives. On the contrary however, I think that I would be better suited as a lawyer maybe. It is worth stating that I'm a bit more organized, serious, realistic and ambitious than most of the other ENTPs I know and also a bit more sensitive in some regards than my other NT- friends. I find psychology the more interesting subject but it is easy to see that a career in law would be the more obvious choice for me. I have some traits of an ExTJ but I also have a tendency to analyze social situations, facial expressions and behavior. Im a very promising public speaker which probably have more place in law but at the same time I want to hold lectures, debates and online courses etc. as a psychologist (HUGE fan of Jordan Peterson). I think that there is a risk that I would get bored working clinical and that I would have to really focus to not get impatient but I also think that the paper work and culture of lawyers would bore me. What do u think in general about ENTPs in law vs psychology and what do u think specifically about my situation? Any advices from other ENTPs, psychologists, lawyers or others?
(i also have a goal about becoming a scientist in psychology but also consider the idea of me not getting there and thus have to work clinical, even though I believe in myself)