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  1. [INTJ] INTJ Nurses?

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Are you an INTJ and a nurse? (RN) I've got some questions for this specific group of people. Do you enjoy your career? What's your biggest fear? What's your greatest dream? Any regrets? How do you cope with work stress? What's the biggest perk and disadvantage of being a nurse? How well...
  2. [ENFP] Experiences in school (especially health sciences)

    ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Nursing school has been one of THE worst experiences of my life...the faculty seemed to hate me, and it took me a painfully long time to realize that the other students in my cohort avoided me or didn't like me. I've never had problems getting along with any group of people until this...
  3. To art or not to art

    Education & Career Talk
    So, I'm a 17 year old high school student whose graduation day is approaching imminently. And all I can say is...God , help me , I am so lost. And..well..I've always been passionate about drawing and writing.. Since a very young age I was very passionate about creating stories and drawing. My...
  4. [INFP] Wrong Occupation and Severe Regrets

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    I don't even know where to start. I went to school for nursing not because I am a people person, but because the job security appealed to my inner need for stability. The years of schooling were hard, and there was nothing I like the more in depth I got to all my classes. I feel like I should've...
  5. I'm an ISFJ that's for sure

    Intro
    Hi, I'm Kimberly! I've been reading these forums in my free time for months now in search of answers. I want to be the healthiest ISFJ I can be, and so far I've found a lot of helpful tips on this site. I was introduce to Myers-Briggs types through a friend and the topic spread quickly. Now a...
  6. Should I do what I love or do something that is secure?

    Advice Center
    I just graduated high school and at the moment I'm deciding on what I should do with the rest of my life. I absolutely love drawing and writing. When I was a kid I always wanted to be a comic book writer/drawer. But at the same time I want to help people, which is why I'm interested in...
  7. [INFJ] Feeling so down and de-motivated. Help?

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Warning: This post is contemptuously long. Lately, I feel so depressed with my struggle to get passed nursing school. Although I admit that I’m not actually struggling academically in terms of my grades, rather I’m almost crawling my way through this journey because I absolutely have no...
  8. What am I suited for? ESTP searching for a career path

    Education & Career Talk
    Hi guys and girls :happy: Hoping some of you have any advice to a frustrated 21 (soon to be 22) year old ESTP girl. I´ve already aborted to studies :shocked:: first was Optometrist ( lasted 1 yr. befor I quit), second English teacher ( 1/2 yr. befor I quit). I feel like those two studies...
  9. [INFP] A Future in Nursing?

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    Hello, I feel really overwhelmed thinking about what to do after school. Have any of you felt this way too? I don't want to rush the decision, but I want my choice to be meaningful & in line with my values. I value beauty, freedom, and truth, and am thinking of doing Nursing. I like how it...
  10. New ENFP chick! Just saying hi and trying to get those 15 posts haha

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    Just wanted to say hi to everyone on here. I've been reading over some of the forums and posts the past few days (instead of doing my papers....). I had taken the MB test back in high school and was an ENTJ but things have changed and at age 23 I am definitely an ENFP (just found out my mom is...
  11. [ISTP] Could you be a nurse?

    ISTP Forum - The Mechanics
    So I was thinking about what I could change my career to. Ever since I was a child nursing always appealed to me but I never pursued it. Since I can no longer do jobs that are very physical I've decided that nursing might be a good alternative. I understand it's a lot of time on your feet but at...
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