Like why does this stereotype even exist? There's 7 other thinking types. INTJs aren't even thinking doms.
Dude, lemme give you some "advice", check out of the whole mbti thing, its all just more bullshit that wastes your time. Focus your energy onto something more productive. Now, if you could excuse me, Ive got my own advice to takeLike why does this stereotype even exist? There's 7 other thinking types. INTJs aren't even thinking doms.
Why do you equate logic with intelligence?Apparently, INTxs are the "smartest" types according to statistics. Though this is not true since I am not smart.
I have an ISTP friend and she is pretty logical as long as you don't trigger her.
I believe that all thinking types are all equally as logical, but they sometimes depend on other factors as well. Emotion may also play a big part in this, as we tend to lose control of our logic(didn't specify which way it will go, it depends on the person and environment) when we feel certain things.
Though some feelers can be logical too, maybe even more logical than some of the thinking types. This might be because of some other factors that can greatly impact our thinking. This also applies the other way round – thinkers can be more emotion-based than some feelers. It only depends on which one you use more, not which one is stronger.
I kind of hate the "INTJs are evil/mean/arrogant" stereotype. I admit that I can be an asshole sometimes, but I don't go into being an evil mastermind or being a narcissist(I know that narcissism is not necessarily a bad thing, but it's too big of a stereotype and can sometimes become out-of-hand.).
I know the feeling bra. Half the reason I switch types. All that mystique BS. Don't want.The stereotype is an embarrassing one and frankly makes me wish I were a type that carried less mystique. It's not only the fault of MBTI too, but I experience being misunderstood in all sorts of ways because people don't grasp the difference that exists between the face I show the world and the face I keep to myself. I constantly have to put up with people (many of whom know nothing about MBTI) who see me as having a great memory or as being extroverted or as being confident when none of those are really the case.
There is indeed a big difference, and a lot of it has to do with both Ni and Fi actually.I know the feeling bra. Half the reason I switch types. All that mystique BS. Don't want.
I'm curious to hear your thoughts on this - since Te is your auxiliary.. maybe it's not so apparent, but, do you find a massive difference between what's going on in your head, and what you present to the world?
Like when you interact with people, does it feel as though.. almost a contradiction of sorts.. because Ni is so deep (not in a positive way most of the time imo) and self-absorbed.. so immersed in its own perceptions etc you know the deal... yet, conversing with people - you don't feel you can let that out, they'd think you're a nutjob.
So there's a super deep, self-aware world inside your head, that has to remain there.
The person you truly are and the person you have to be to function in society.. are the almost completely separate entities?
How does Te come across in person? Like in ordinary conversation with people?
How separate does that feel, from your ordinary Ni dom self - I want to get a feel for the difference between what's inside your head, and the front you put on.. and see if there's any drastic difference that makes interactions sometimes feel superficial to you.