How long do you tend to hold grudges for? Is forgiveness plausible most of the time? And the fun part: revenge.
I'm the type of person who's pretty relaxed and it's very hard to push my buttons. But once you do, i basically erupt and either you get one warning or you get kicked out of my life...
Some months ago, when I discovered that I'm an INFP, I started a self-discovery journey in order to improve myself to become a better person.
Since the beginning I realised that if I want to strengthen my weaknesess I had to be out of my confort zone. Until now I have had great...
Every INFJ has got priciples. Things they hold on dearly. Guidelines for themselves which they harldy ever cross, and if they do they end up having a huge conflict with their own self.
For me, one of my principle is to never betray a boyfriend/partner. I wont do it. Never. It is just out of the...
What does it take for a logical principle to become circular? What defines it?
Is there really a necessity of a structure for a logical principle to become valid?
Me and a friend were discussing the following "spoilered" line of thought
Written by @WMDistraction
This blog post was originally going to include an example of how the idea for a Magic: The Gathering (MTG) deck ended up being more important than the hours I spent organizing the cards that I pulled out of the boxes, and how one friend was extremely confused about...
Originally posted by @Vishalmisra
Faith is a word that has many definitions within a multitude of contexts listed here: define:faith - Google Search.
However, it is probably no surprise that I am focussing on religious faith with this. For those of us who were brought up in a religious...
I'm having some REALLY strange feelings now. I think it's probably a Fi wake-up-call, if that's what you wanna call it.
I just had a huge deja vu of me in 5th grade as a social outcast, weird, awkward, etc... I was a total naturalist; I didn't believe in makeup, certain brands (IE Abercrombie...
Please Understand Me II
by David Keirsey
The Art of SpeedReading People
by Paul D. Tieger
Just Your Type
by Paul D. Tieger
Principles of Typology
by Aleksey Bashtavenko
...from what I read, put together they'll pretty much cover anything you'd ever really wanna know about the different MBTI...