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  1. Myers Briggs Forum
    ^ This is a link to a brief talk by Michael Pierce about why some people struggle to type themselves. I think as an INTJ (or whatever fckn type I am), subjective confirmation of type is partially acceptable and partially... not inevitable enough. Pierce's discussion of how different functions...
  2. Intro
    how's it going? I joined a few days ago, but just found this intro place. Hi, i'm F 2! Recently discovered MBTI and I've been getting really into it. I'm an INFJ male, which is p uncommon I understand. never been a member of a forum. been enjoying my time here so far, look forward to maybe...
  3. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    It's been a problem I keep avoiding but it seems that INFPs (or at least me) don't really understand what they're aiming for when in a conflict, which obviously makes conflict resolution almost impossible and then makes them want to avoid conflict in the future. Let's once and for all get our...
  4. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Hi fellows INTJs, we are one of the most target-oriented and often gifted type, this isn't arrogance but objectivity. We do have potential, but do you really use your skill to reach your objectives? Do you exploit your intelligence? What make you a successful person? (forgive my bad english...
  5. Cognitive Functions
    When I first discovered MBTI, there was some uncertainty for me concerning 1) the universal difference between introverted and extraverted functions (since they all seem to have their own wishy-washy descriptions that overlap in parts and frequently lead to confusion), 2) the function order...
  6. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    I was having a discussion with my INTJ roomie about a character in a movie who I adored. In gushing about what a complex character he is, the INTJ interrupts by saying that the main reason she doesn't think he's all that great is because he can't/refuses to pick sides. She mentioned, as the...
  7. Blog
    So, when someone is seen as objectifying others it's usually in the form of a complaint with an air of victimization. How dare a person not take your feelings into obvious consideration, right? That can often be short sighted, self-important crying. Before I even get into the reality of most...
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