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This is a discussion on Why you CAN change your type(: "must-read"-me "five stars"-me again within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; @ agentpink O_O Honey, that doesn't work that way! Descriptions can be way off, you need to read the functions. ...

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    ISFJ

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    Honey, that doesn't work that way! Descriptions can be way off, you need to read the functions.

    I'm wondering, how did you change your type, how do you act differently and basically why the hell.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I like you :) And I agree with what you said for the most part. I believe that I changed from an INTJ to an INFJ (though it wasn't a conscious decision to become an INFJ) :P

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    ESTJ - The Guardians

    Thank you. Since I will become an INTJ in 2021, this thread is definitely going to be helpful.

    -Posh Eagle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Posh Eagle View Post
    Thank you. Since I will become an INTJ in 2021, this thread is definitely going to be helpful.

    -Posh Eagle
    Go home eagle, you're drunk.

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    I have thought about this, and I think it is true. You can be any type you want to. Change your behaviour, and people will type you as a completely different type than you identify with. Change yourself from the inside, and you may become a different person.

    I feel like type and personality, you as a soul/person/whoever you are on the inside is not the same at all.
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    ESTJ - The Guardians

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninjaws View Post
    Go home eagle, you're drunk.
    I do like to think that being an ESTJ is a drunken state - I will be free once I become an INTJ.

    -Posh Eagle

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    Unknown Personality

    Thank you for this thread. Now I can work on becoming an ESFJ.
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