Personality Cafe banner

INTP's from the south?

1101 Views 3 Replies 4 Participants Last post by  Jacques Renault
So I was wondering what its like being an INTP who lives in the south.. I lived in New York my whole life so i felt my INTP personality was supported because people aren't really expected to be as friendly or hug all the time. This past year I went to a college in Arkansas and felt I stuck out a whole lot more because I wasn't overly friendly of touchy..I feel I stuck out even worse because I'm a girl and I was expected to play more of a girl traditional role? I don't know I just thought it would be interesting to have feedback from an INTP who grew up in the south..
1 - 1 of 4 Posts
I live in a small city in Georgia. Even though I'm an INTP, I really do love it. I don't really like big cities because of the unfriendliness. No one expects anyone to be a traditional person and everyone because of their friendliness is excepting of everything. They certainly gossip about it, but it's not like I've found in bigger cities. I may not be a touchy feeling person, but those that know that are still perfectly friendly and warm and don't think "omg what a weirdo". I know that's a BIG difference from places like Atlanta because they're quite unfriendly to those that aren't "normal" or stereotypically gay/lesbian.
1 - 1 of 4 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.