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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Reading this made up my mind that I am a true INTP (I always score close to 50/50 between P and J - I'm soothed by order/organization/planning and intensely desire it, but have problems implementing it myself). My parents could have written this, including most of the examples of individual kids.

    The only thing that isn't EXACTLY me is the tendency towards risky behavior until learning for yourself the consequences. I'm super-cautious and reserved in every arena. Detest (as in it bothers me to see anyone doing things I feel have a good chance of getting them hurt) and avoid all kinds of risky behavior, and despite being hyperactive and curious I almost never got physically hurt even as a baby/toddler. Guess this is my J coming out?
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  2. #12
    INTP - The Thinkers

    So, I grew up with this:

    "I own you."
    "I dare you to defy me."
    "You are mine and I can do whatever I want with you."
    "You think you rule yourself? Ha!"
    "You must not. Don't ask questions - there is no reason, only what I want and say."

    It is safely assumed that our arguments raised the roof, because I would not bend under her authority and she was impossible to reason with. Happy that's over now! 17 years of my life under that shit, damn.

    That being said, I was a charming little girl who spoke with the clarity and intellect of a grown-up, but equally a dominant misfit...

    I miss bein' a smartass brat! (Whacked) HEY!

  3. #13
    INTP - The Thinkers

    This is actually an almost perfectly accurate article, at least for me.
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  5. #14
    INTP - The Thinkers

    everything here, exactly like me :) :) :) now i only wish more people would see this about me. especially about how inteligent i was at a young age, my mom and dad definately don't notice these things... makes me mad,
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Thank you for sharing this Grey. It is a great article that has given me many thoughts this evening.

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    This definitely sounds a lot like me as a child. Thank you!

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    Yep, all true. Hell, I lettered in tennis all four years of high school.
    School REALLY sucked though; I never went to Kindergarten, and tested into 1st grade. Being the smartest and youngest/smallest person throughout elementary school wasn't fun. Luckily I had teachers who could see this in me, and they'd give me extra work to do (or had me pulled out of class for that TAG program; while it was nice to be around my intellectual peers, it didn't help my self-esteem much when I'd return to class and get made fun of for being smart...sigh).

    I still don't know how to study. I remember I took AP Human Anatomy & Physiology my sophmore year and got an A in it, but only because I was really into it (a cursory glance through the textbook before an exam was about all the studying I'd ever do).

    I never made it home before curfew. I remember the time I was literally one second late; I ended up getting locked out.

    Yeah, this thing fits me to a T.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I always wondered if I'd been an INTP my whole life. Well, this article takes away any doubt left in my mind. My parents still talk about how difficult I was as a child.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Thanks for posting this article. I was surprised by how much it relates to me. I wish that I would have known I was an INTP back then because maybe I could have saved myself from always wondering why I just didn't fit in so often.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Yes, I relate. Yes, I enjoy this article. Yes, it's the INTP child in a nutshell.
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