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    I was old when I was a toddler; my mom called me "Wise Eyes" though I do bear in mind she was mentally disordered at the time. I've been told I've lived more lives in one than is physically possible, and I suppose compared to most Americans, that's true, but compared to people around the globe...
  2. Member Polls
    It is often said that most people can view themselves as either a scholar, a warrior, or both. While the concept of a "scholarly warrior" is praised in some cultures while mocked in others, this poll is more about personal perception than cultural beliefs. Which of these three types do you see...
  3. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Did you ever felt insecure? About a situation or something, like you couldn't be sure of the results, neither you could foresee it, because there weren't any means to (or you couldn't see them). Is this low Fi? or Si? I dunno, it's just strange. The thing is, in these kind of situations, did...
  4. ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    I've recently become aware that I'm going down a path of pessimistic thinking. I don't recall always being like this, but it seems I have been for a good year - seeing the glass half empty, being skeptical of people's motives, not finding fulfillment with many people, obsessing over mistakes...
  5. Blog
    Alrighty! so I am trying, quite desperately, to improve my writing skills. I tend to suck hardcore at grammar, punctuation, spelling, all that smarty stuff. So maybe the habit of blogging daily will help turn my bad habits into.... semi-decent tendencies. I figured the A-Z April Daily...
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  7. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Well.. I just wanted to introduce myself! I'm happy to meet you all! really! I am!! *hugs you all*:kitteh: As you can see I'm a very friendly person and I've entered this internship...from my local school district. There is one lass that doesn't like my friendly attitude at all. Today I met her...
  8. Cognitive Functions
    A person using extraverted thinking "endeavour[s] ... to make all activities dependent on intellectual conclusions, which in the last resort are always oriented by objective data, whether these be external facts or generally accepted ideas" (Jung, 1971, pp. 346-347). Interacting with the...
  9. Myers Briggs Forum
    A person who is using introverted feeling is living "principally by the subjective factor" (Jung, 1971, p. 387). It is difficult to give an intellectual account of the introverted feeling process, as it is inner and not used in relationship to the environment or to others. It is not visible...
  10. Myers Briggs Forum
    Personal growth Introverted Intuition When a person uses the introverted intuitive function, he or she "moves from image to image, chasing every possibility" (Jung, 1971, p. 400). This individual perceives the possibilities, the options, and the visions of the future, but because of the...
  11. Myers Briggs Forum
    A person using introverted thinking is "strongly influenced by ideas" but these ideas "have their origin not in objective data but in subjective foundation" (Jung, 1971, p. 383). This individual uses logical analysis, but does not draw upon information from the environment; rather, theories are...
  12. Myers Briggs Forum
    A person using extraverted sensing has a well-developed "sense for objective facts." Life becomes "an accumulation of actual experiences of concrete objects" (Jung, 1971, p. 363). The individual interacts with the environment and uses the senses fully to perceive what is in the environment...
  13. Myers Briggs Forum
    When a person uses extraverted intuition, he or she is "oriented by the object" that is "never to be found in the world of accepted reality-values"; instead the individual is "always seeking out new possibilities" (Jung, 1971, p. 368). Extraverted intuition interacts with the environment and...
  14. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    Okay, so I feel as if I've reached a critical point in the development of my personality. I have sensed a growing frustration with myself because of my inability to "just be yourself" as the saying goes. I really want to follow this maxim in my everyday life. I like my personality a lot (I...
  15. Myers Briggs Forum
    I have an INFJ ex and we share the same circle of friends. He's really close with a girl I used to get along with, the ISFJ in question (who sometimes shows ISTJ tendencies...). I'm afraid that he's sharing his side of the story and not representing me well. I'm not positive that my ex is the...
  16. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    I recently realised that I have a very humble (?) goal in almost everything in my life. This goal is: Not losing. When playing strategic games it can drive some people mad because I seldomly attack. I always play defensively so the other person can't win and it ends with a draw. When playing...
  17. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    i dont think that there has been a thread on opinions about war on the INTJ side, so if there is i apolagise. :blushed: as we well know, most of us here comes under the umbrealla heading 'INTJ', but we all have differing opinions and preferances, and i would be interested in hearing your views...
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