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  1. Hopelessly Frustrated with an ISTP

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Hello friends, There is this ISTP guy that I like and he is driving me crazy because I don't know if he likes me, wants to be just friends, or is annoyed by me. Do any ISTP's have any tips on how to tell if an ISTP likes you, hates you or is just neutral toward you? Thanks so much for any help...
  2. What Type is my Best Friend

    What's my personality type?
    Well, she took the MBTI test, but it was only once or twice and she got INTJ. I don't believe that, though. Let me explain why. Well, she's obviously introverted, that's a given. She doesn't get why some people have to party all the time and enjoys long drives by herself, things like that. She...
  3. Se- The loaded gun function

    Cognitive Functions
    How does SP Se use their Perception function, as-if it is their Judgement function? They sit back and absorb everything, and on impulsive jump into action! This action-decision does not result from their Ti/Fi. So where does this decision to jump into action come from ... and they themselves...
  4. Judgers are better at typing people...

    Myers Briggs Forum
    I have noticed that Perceivers are not as good at typing people as Judgers are. Why is this? I am trying to gather information to understand P & J. I made this thread for two reasons 1. I can't find much thorough information on J and P ..and 2 I want the info to be shared for public knowledge...
  5. [Enneagram Type 1] MBTI Perceivers and Type One?

    Type 1 Forum - The Reformer
    Hello, fellow Type Ones! I have a question for you guys--particularly the ones who are "Perceivers" under the Myers-Briggs system. First of all, I'm sure it's highly possible that you can be some kind of xxxP and a Type One, but I'd reckon that it's kind of rare, since "Perceivers" are commonly...
  6. [INFP] The ultimate type, of each letter!

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    Hi guys, so I was thinking the other day about how some types seem to be more Perceiving out of the Perceivers, and some more Judging out of the Judgers, so then I thought, what we be the ultimate of each type? I came up with some, but I'm not sure about the others: The Ultimate P - ESFP The...
  7. Are Nines more likely to be Perceivers?

    Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    Out of curiosity... Nines tend to accommodate other people in order to avoid conflict, which seems to correspond with Perceivers' tendency to be willing to change their pre-established plans. So, are there any Perceiving Nines out there willing to confirm my theory? What about Judging Nines?
  8. Hints For Balancing For All Types - "Can't we all just get along already?"

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Extraverts (E) General Hints 1. Appreciate yourself as a person of action who can get along with people and get things done. 2. If dealing with Introverts, don't expect them to volunteer information, gently ask them. Don't forget to use questions and allow them time to answer or put off...
  9. Judgers vs. Perceivers

    Myers Briggs Forum
    I guess this is the only part of the Myers-Briggs that I'm confused about. Can anyone help me understand the difference between these two, and what characteristics can be seen in each type?
  10. Judgers and Perceivers at work

    Myers Briggs Forum
    The work place environment that employees find the most productive is determined by the forth letter in a Myers Briggs Type Indicator or MBTI; judger or perceiver. The last letter in the four letter Myers Briggs Type Indicator or MBTI determines whether an employee prefers a highly structured...