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  1. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Calling all fellow INT women! As an INTJ woman one finds oneself in the unique - and sometime rather isolated if not "lonely" :frustrating:- position of being only 0.5-0.8% of the female population. This situation, combined with the traits that typically differ from typical and expected as well...
  2. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    I think it's hard for some women to admit to themselves that INTJ is their best fit type and I'm wondering how other INTJ women have responded to learning that their type is INTJ. On the one hand, there's a sense of being empowered by being so competent compared to other women*. On the other...
  3. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Hi all - my introduction and first post here is more of a whine, really... I've sort of reached the end of my rope trying to deal with Fe types. I seem to be surrounded by them... like zombies coming out of the shadows. I'd love to have the mediating voice of reason (any Te will do!)...
  4. General Psychology
    So almost no one thinks we actually exist(in which we obviously do). For most, we remain a big mystery, and so I've decided to try and help solve your confusion. Yes, I know we're rare(less than 1%), that we're quote on quote "intimidating", and extremely sarcastic(especially me), so I'm here to...
  5. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    As an INTJ girl myself I have found that, in my 17 years of experience, there are damn few of us. I don't know that I have met /any/ in my humble little hometown, except for maybe one lady who is a college music teacher. In addition to this, it seems that as an INTJ girl, I tend to have...
  6. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    So I'm a female INTJ, and a major introvert. I'm actually not much of a scientist, I blame this mostly on the failure of nearly all my math & science teachers over the years. Kidding, I'm terrible at math either way. Both my parents are severely authoritarian, and I attribute our power struggles...
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