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  1. What's my personality type?
    I am questioning my type because I definitely think like an ENTP, but my actions show otherwise. As a kid, I was almost stereotypically ENTP. I know I am ExxP, so anything else is probably out of the question, unless there's something I'm missing and someone has a good explanation. The people...
  2. Myers Briggs Forum
    I’m not confirming that this is 100% reliable for typing, but I think it may help for those in doubt. Some behavior that I have noticed that points out the difference between the intuition and the sensing is: Intuitives like novelty, and any type can be interested in novelty, but intuitives...
  3. What's my personality type?
    I first learned about the Jungian functions in 2011 and have been fascinated (and confused) ever since. However, because of all the biases and misinformation out there (not to mention the tests...) I have had a very difficult time pin pointing what my best fit type might be. I've thought I might...
  4. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    ENFPs typically hang onto their negative feelings and only share those with the people closest to them. But they normally are glad to share their positive feelings with many people. When and how should an ENFP share feelings with a Sensor type? Since a Sensor will process facts better than...
  5. Advice Center
    How does some one deal with parents who are clearly more sensory. When some of the stuff you are interested in, they complain about you being lazy ,when you are not .it is just different.
  6. Myers Briggs Forum
    Had an interesting conversation leading to a realisation of differences in how Intuitives vs Sensors experience life. Granted, this is from the POVs of a Se-dom and Ni-dom, but maybe it will ring true for some. Basically, the Se-dom said she experiences life as concrete 'chapters'. Each section...
  7. Cognitive Functions
    Do you guys think it's a lot a harder for a Sensor type to write a high-fantasy novel?
  8. What's my personality type?
    To preface this I’ll talk a little bit about my background with the MBTI. Hopefully my experience and approach to explaining it will give you some insight about my type along with a functional analysis that I will provide afterward. I am a 20 year old male. About 6 months ago my friend...
  9. Myers Briggs Forum
    Hello, I was wondering if anyone had experience with developing functions as you need them in life opposed to how they are normally supposed to develop, or if thats even possible. Using myself as an example, I am certainly a Fi dominant, with Se, Ni, and Te. In other words, I'm a surefire ISFP...
  10. Myers Briggs Forum
    So I had an interesting talk with my ESFP sister earlier about our communication issues with each other and the perceived problems behind our motivation when talking to one another. We've come to the conclusion that she says things too on point for me (not enough information to conclude which...
  11. Myers Briggs Forum
    Soooo I need help figuring out if I'm a thinker or a feeler and a sensor or Intuitive It helps bets if I get scenarios that I can choose on or I feel like I tend to be bias.
  12. Myers Briggs Forum
    Most of my family are Sensors. Sometimes I just wonder what it feels like. I always imagine it to be fun and free. So, can anyone describe what being an S type feels like? How does it impact/ enrich your life? My family don't really understand my sister and I (N types)... How do you perceive N...
  13. Myers Briggs Forum
    Heard someone say that somewhere. What do you make of it?
  14. Cognitive Functions
    I've been here before struggling with whether I use Ti or Fi; I thought maybe a video would reflect what I am not able to express. I tend to jump back and forth between ISTP and ISFP, but I'm open to whatever you guys see.
  15. What's my personality type?
    I typed pretty confidently as ISTP the past seven months, but when I got into Socionics, it was suggested that I actually use Fi. So, now I don't know. Thoughts? ---------------------------------------- 1) What aspect of your personality made you unsure of your type? I am a critical thinker...
  16. Myers Briggs Forum
    Hello guys! The title says almost everything, but I'll detail it later on the text. The 2 following paragraphs says how I got these idea(it is important to the understanding of my hypothesis): Since I knew MBTI/cognitive functions I became extremely interested in the intuition preference (and...
  17. What's my personality type?
    Hey folks, so I've typed somewhat confidently as an ISTP for roughly the past six months, but I've been having some doubts. The attached questionnaire will explain all. 1) What aspect of your personality made you unsure of your type? Well, I'm quick on my feet; I'm good under pressure; I'm...
  18. Cognitive Functions
    I wondered this question for a long time, so I decided to analyze the problem and I wrote down the three most likely possibilities (according my personal conception of MBTI). According to my personal experience I think that the correct one is "Criterion B", what do you think? With "most...
  19. The Generations
    I can't help but think everyone older than me is a Sensor. I guess I'm being very stereotypical about the functions, but it seems to me that younger generations (Y and Z) are more likely to be intuitive and less practical. It makes sense; - we are from the age of computers and everything being...
  20. Myers Briggs Forum
    So I finally had a lunch not-really-a-date with a certain friend I've been corresponding with for a while over email. Because of his love of debating a certain political issue on Twitter (and, okay, his nerdy glasses-wearing demeanor), I had this guy pegged as an NT. But now I'm not so sure. A...
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