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  1. General Psychology
    I’ve been thinking a lot about personality and issues identifying with any personality. Like I don’t quite fit in, in either direction. Throughout my life I’ve been typed as : INFP (mostly), INFJ, ENFP, ENTP, ISFJ, ISTJ, and ESFP once, A hallmark of borderline personality disorder is identity...
  2. General Psychology
    From the journal Review of General Psychology, this article: "Stalking the True Self Through the Jungles of Authenticity: Problems, Contradictions, Inconsistencies, Disturbing Findings—and a Possible Way Forward" by Roy F. Baumeister First Published April 26, 2019...
  3. Blog
    I always end up tearing up old journal entries! I change a lot over the years, and if something of myself is going to survive for anyone to read, I'd rather it be something good and representative of my best state of mind. The things I tore up this time were things I had written concerning my...
  4. General Psychology
    Hey guys I’ll just be logging in my personal growth progress here basically. I’ll be doing some lucid dreaming and astral projection and use this as my journal to post my experiences. Feel free to use this as a journal of your own, and if you feel like you have any valuable information to...
  5. Blog
    I feel like things are more clear now, and clouds are gradually lifting up. I can finally see things a bit clearer and know what I feel and think about it/them. It's still like running around in a maze though, but I'm closer to the center than I was before and I hope I didn't turn the wrong way...
  6. Myers Briggs Forum
    if you keep some kind of journal/diary/any place to store thoughts and whatever, list your type + what you use it for. i'll go first ~ - entp; i keep a journal & use it to write down new/interesting information i learn, make a lot of lists, keep track of ideas and stuff, and write about stuff...
  7. Blog
    Emotional pain is such a strange thing. When we fear, it's always fear of pain. The pain of loss. The pain of separation. The pain of growth. The pain of understanding. The pain of change. As instinctual animals, this served us well in regards to physical pain. As a primal being, if our main...
  8. Advice Center
    I do journal topics to help me cope with my feelings and to distract me from them :happy:. I thought it would be a good idea to see what other's thought. I usually take the journal topics from Kati Morton's site and use them as prompts. Without ado, “My body needs laughter as much as it needs...
  9. Blog
    "This is a quote from Mitch Albom "For one more day". "Have you ever lost someone you love and wanted one more conversation, one more chance to make up for the time when you thought they would be here forever? If so, then you know you can go your whole life collecting days, and none will...
  10. Myers Briggs Forum
    This is going to be the log/journal of William Castro, a self described psychonaut and introspective person. The re-writing of this serves a few purposes. To review my notes and force myself to think about the events that unfold. To serve as an extra copy should my journal get lost To talk...
  11. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Do you fellow INTPs keep journals/notebooks to write down about the stuff you learn/read about? If not, then what's your system (be it all in your amazing photographic memory or tattooing it on your body*)? I do this and I was wondering whether it's a characteristic of INTPs. I also tend to...
  12. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Some Questions: Have you ever considered remodelling your brain? Do you think you've remodelled your brain significantly already? Was this by undergoing uncomfortable activities? ​ Video: How Smart Can We Get? Created by: NOVAScienceNow Other Thoughts:
  13. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    Hello! First of all I would like to say how ecstatic I am to have discovered that I am an infp because everything just makes sense now! Like I've always wondered why I do certain things; why I'm always thinking and analyzing and wondering, why I always fantacize and ponder life, etc. But...
  14. ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    Any ENTPs write regularly in a journal? Personally, I like the idea of having a journal to jot down all my random and scattered thoughts, but I usually cannot consistently write in one for more than a week. I'll have great ideas, but when it comes to writing them down on paper, I get bored...
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