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Hey, everyone! I've been studying MBTI for a few months now, trying to figure out who I am.

Since the beginning, I thought I was an ESFP. At the time, I was busy with school, and I met a great group of friends and we went out a lot. Also, I've always felt pressured in my environment (at home, school, and elsewhere) to be an extravert and do the things they do.

My house (3 siblings [ESTP, ESTJ, INTx] and both parents [ENTJ, ISTJ]) are all strong T-types. They all know how I should behave (according to what they believe), and wanting their approval, I molded myself after my ESTJ brother.

I found MBTI, and after reading about and studying cognitive functions, I realized that I'm the happiest in Fi mode. There's nothing wrong with wanting to stay home, listen to music, dwell on my dreams and figure out what's right for me - it's just who I am.

Anyway, I'm so glad I discovered MBTI! Who knows how long I would have stayed constantly trying to be something I'm not?
 

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welcome, @Aurum9, I thought that I was an isfp because I don't like noise, crowded places, etc. But I do like having people around me and I like being out and about. So I think that esfp suits me better although I would be just as happy with xsfp (ambivert).
What are some of your hobbies?


Hey, everyone! I've been studying MBTI for a few months now, trying to figure out who I am.

Since the beginning, I thought I was an ESFP. At the time, I was busy with school, and I met a great group of friends and we went out a lot. Also, I've always felt pressured in my environment (at home, school, and elsewhere) to be an extravert and do the things they do.

My house (3 siblings [ESTP, ESTJ, INTx] and both parents [ENTJ, ISTJ]) are all strong T-types. They all know how I should behave (according to what they believe), and wanting their approval, I molded myself after my ESTJ brother.

I found MBTI, and after reading about and studying cognitive functions, I realized that I'm the happiest in Fi mode. There's nothing wrong with wanting to stay home, listen to music, dwell on my dreams and figure out what's right for me - it's just who I am.

Anyway, I'm so glad I discovered MBTI! Who knows how long I would have stayed constantly trying to be something I'm not?
 

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Welcome to PerC, fellow Fi-dom! :)
 

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welcome, I thought that I was an isfp because I don't like noise, crowded places, etc. But I do like having people around me and I like being out and about. So I think that esfp suits me better although I would be just as happy with xsfp (ambivert).
What are some of your hobbies?
Drawing, painting, and playing violin (haven't done much of this recently, though). I read sometimes, too, but I often don't because I don't like most books. I write a little, too.

What are yours?
 

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drawing, painting, singing, reading (I'm kind of fussy about books, too), baking, cooking, eating, crocheting, gardening (a hobby and kind of a career, too), photography, and writing.
What sort of books do you like?
What music do you like to play on the violin?

Drawing, painting, and playing violin (haven't done much of this recently, though). I read sometimes, too, but I often don't because I don't like most books. I write a little, too.

What are yours?
 
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