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Yo, what's up guys! I've been looking everywhere for websites and forums about Personalities and the types, so here I am. (I still can't believe I'm only joining now.)Anyway, hi. I'm Cam, an 18-year old Clinical Psychology major. I also hail from an archipelago named Philippines.

Apart from going to the Uni, I just stay at home and do stuff (like draw, paint, write things, read but mostly draw). I also study other languages.

A month ago, my friends and I took tests to find out what our personality types were. Mine came out as INFP. I was quite surprised by how close the facts about INFPs to my personality were. So, yeah. I thought I'd research to learn more about it and find new friends along the way! It's nice to know about people's personality types, so I hope I get to absorb more ideas and facts from here.

Have a great daaay. :happy:
 

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I'm working on it, thanks again! And yeah, sort of risky but I'm taking my chances. I love studying it anyway.
If I could make a living doing it, I would be a research psychologist. I took a test in high school to find my best career choice, and that was the only option I was given. I thought, "Hell no!", because all I cared about was money. So, I picked a career path that made me money, and I continue to wonder how I would have fared going into psychology. I am comfortable with my decision, because there are too many aspiring psychologists who are working in unrelated jobs next to aspiring actors and aspiring lawyers.
 

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Oh, well I actually plan on being one. It doesn't really pay much (or so I think), especially in our country since Psychology isn't really a demand here but I don't worry too much about money or how much I'll get paid doing the job. Anyway, I'm glad you're comfortable with your decision and not regretting anything about it or something. :proud: To be honest though, it's really worrying sometimes but I'm still hopeful I'd get a job on the field. You know, like providing tests and actually interacting with patients. But for now, I think I'll just have to focus getting out of college.
 

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Oh, well I actually plan on being one. It doesn't really pay much (or so I think), especially in our country since Psychology isn't really a demand here but I don't worry too much about money or how much I'll get paid doing the job. Anyway, I'm glad you're comfortable with your decision and not regretting anything about it or something. :proud: To be honest though, it's really worrying sometimes but I'm still hopeful I'd get a job on the field. You know, like providing tests and actually interacting with patients. But for now, I think I'll just have to focus getting out of college.
I really do mean to inspire a sense of dread. At the very least, you need to have a Plan B about your career.
 

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Well, I don't really feel any dread as of now so I guess you gotta try harder (kidding). And I do have a plan, not really sure if it's going to work out the way I want it to...but it's a plan.
 
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