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  1. Myers Briggs Forum
    For most of my life, I've been a strong ENFP, but now that I've grown and changed, my introverted thinking has come closer and more frequently to the surface. I'm about to go to college soon and I need to make some concrete decisions about my major. I wanted to be an actress when I was a kid...
  2. What's my personality type?
    ENxP? Maybe an ENFP? Hi everyone! I type quite definitely as an ENxP-A, but I always sway between Thinking and Feeling. I already tried looking into the cognitive functions but that didn't really help. I'm gonna tell you some things about me that might help: - I tend to have difficulty making...
  3. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    So... I've taken the test a few times since I was like 13 (my social worker dad sparked an interest in MBTI when I was pretty young). The first time I took it, I was an ENFJ. I took it three times throughout high school; every time scoring ENFP. Last week I took it for my psych class (I'm a...
  4. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Howdy. I'm completely new here, but I've read my fair share of threads on this website before as an outside viewer-- I just decided to make an account to ask specific questions when needed. But anyways, here's my grand question: ENFP or ENTP? Or a combo? My cognitive function things in order...
  5. What's my personality type?
    I'm a teenage girl who's incredibly interested in MBTI but is having a hell of a time figuring out what my type actually is. I'm moderately extraverted and strongly rely on my iNtuition, so I know that I'm a Ne user. I'm definitely not a judging type (at least not at this point in my life) so...
  6. Intro
    So many things to introduce myself about... (my INFJ wife've just woke up and told me its 3:00 AM and asked me why I don't go to bed like we haven't lived together for 9 years :D) I can see ENFP description fits much better to my personality, though tests are giving me almost 50/50 F/T, so I'm...
  7. ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    So here's the thing. I've identified and tested as an ENTP, and I fit the general physiognomical stereotype of an ENTP: Shaped something like a potato, Tom Hanksy nose, mischievous eyes, lazy and indifferent voice, etc. But there is one way that I can't really fit in with the archetypes: I have...
  8. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Hey all! I'm an ENTP female, but I've never been sure in the T/F...and I wanted to ask you guys about how you express emotions. do you take part or initiate dmcs (deep meaningful,conversation)? Do you wear your heart on your sleeve? if someone asks you about what you're feeling, or why you feel...
  9. What's my personality type?
    Okay so I have been into the mbti for some time now. I sometimes test as different types and thus am unsure about my type. I have found myself to type as either INFJ, INTJ, ENTP or INTP on tests (INTP sometimes but only on the tests pertaining to behavior, not so much on cognitive functions). I...
  10. Myers Briggs Forum
    Hi all! I'm starting this thread because I want to know if anyone else out here on the site feels that they fall at the center of the Thinking/Feeling dichotomy. My type is officially listed as ENFP, but depending on the day, week, state of mind, etc, I'll take the test and vary between ENFP and...
  11. What's my personality type?
    What type am I? 0. Ummm, yeah some mental health stuff and a little touch of autism. 1. Which photo? 2. I won't get to the band. Bad things usually happen to me. :dry: My verbal reaction: @*(#$)*()*()@*#($)*@()#*$()#*()*@#$()!!!!!!!!!! :shocked: 3. If the band is there, I think :kitteh...
  12. ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    Every test I take comes back one and then the other, in that order. :confused: My dad's an eNfP, my mom's an eNfJ, my sibblings are iNFJ, ISTJ, and EXFJ (just a kid). If the bias of my household were to influence me, it would be in the feeler direction (even though feeling is mildly...
  13. What's my personality type?
    First of all, although the MBTI may be a good starting point I don't believe tests are always the best way to type your self, I believe it requires an depth analysis of behavioural tendencies rather then purly situational questions. Ok so heres my conundrum, I often display F type tendencies...
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