*snuggles* You can take me to your leader any dayHey I'm ISFJ and I feel this applies to me a little but for slightly different reasons. I use the internet everyday yet I only have three people on my msn that I rarely speak to. I've been here, PC, for months yet it still feels completely alien to me, the whole internet is more or less alien to me. The information is great but the people? I just don't connect with. Maybe I can only connect with people in person? :S
I'm going to go and watch another movie. ^_^
Oh god, not at all. I have to think so hard to type/decipher shorthand. Which is why I never use it. >>"I c wut u did thar!"
Oh yeah I forgot... am I the only one who takes longer typing shorthand? Yeah i'm weird.
Wow, I must be some weird ESFJ. I love lolcatz and that whole kind of community, in-jokes and forums. I've met a whole bunch of internetfriends IRL, and even played WoW for a while... :laughing::blushed:
That sounds about right.It may be because you're more aware of your functions and want to develop the other functions, this could be from learning from every day social situations. Maybe because you're a Thinker that you're evaluating a lot of your actions, and as an Introvert whose main functions is reflect-action-reflect....therefore you're learning a lot of your thought and pattern processes and learning and applying them. Your personality type is fixed, what changes/alters is your awareness due to life experiences. Your preferences as an INTP would always be there, but you may have learnt to perceive things in an alternative way in a conscious way.
Does that make sense?
I get like that too, I have some INTJ preferences, I find that I live inside my head a lot, daydreaming or thinking and preparing for situations I want to happen or might happen - on the plus side it prepares me for difficult scenarios I have to encounter, as well as help me draw up a rough plan of how I want my life to turn out, it can be tiring sometimes!That sounds about right.
I have tried to focus on reality more, rather than live in my imagination as much, because I'd like to actually accomplish something rather then just come up with ideas.
I've also been losing a lot of idealism, and have tried to focus on more likely possibilities.