@PurpleKitti my answer will be super long, which is why I'm not quoting you.
Don't apologize for anything, I'm very grateful and count myself lucky that you're actually taking the time to give my questionnaire some attention. I'm pretty traumatized from a very violent and hurtful experience I had at a Socionics forum, so I wasn't expecting much from joining here, it's good to know I had nothing to fear (though I did have someone jump me in one of my first posts).
For context, I feel like I should come clean about something I hadn't shared as to not influence y'all: I stumbled on MBTI about seven years ago and back then I tested ENTP in every test I took, as well as I tested 8 in the Enneagram, which I also discovered at that time. The ENTP profiles fit me to a T then, I was overjoyed to see that finally, someone got me and made feel better about myself. But everything changed when I started frequenting another forum and other personality blogs, and I couldn't stand interacting with other ENTPs, I thought they were all try hard, obnoxious, attention seeking and worst of all, rude.
I then started to entertain the idea that maybe because I was an 8 I had tested T when in fact I was F, so I tried ENFP for a bit. It seemed logical, since I was always lauded for being creative, open minded, bringing in new insights, super good at noticing parallels and connecting concepts, all while being freedom loving and being super judgemental in terms of how people I interact treat others. But again me and other ENFps clashed, to be fair, they were all female and we mainly clashed due to two factors:one was because their head over heels attitude towards INTJs made me sick and I resented their insistence that with time I'd join their ranks, and the other was that they kept on finding offense in the things I've said not only to them, but in interactions with other types too. I then again thought there was no way I could be one of them, so I gave up.
After a while I accidently stumbled upon a Ni post on synesthesia (here on the forum actually), and had an Ahha! moment. I started reading on the function and thought "That's me, that's what I do!". I took the MBTI official assessment and got INTJ. Everything was peachy for a long time, I felt comfortable and validated. The thing is, through all that I was depressed and stressed, and in deep denial about some very important stuff. My Enneagram test results never changed, though I did type 4w3 as main for a while, I see how ridiculous that was now.
But the better and healthier I got, the more I was forced to face my fears and deal with them, the more honest I had to be with myself and the more I opened up to others...the less INTJ I felt. I didn't help that through therapy I had to remember about my childhood a lot, and as a young kid I was super extroverted, social and spontaneous, the opposite of who I turned into due to family traumas, bullying and emotional abuse from a teacher. There was also the fact that I was pretty obsessed with a Kpop idol because I figured we were type twins, she's ENFP by the way, one with unstable levels of psychological health like I was.
I'm sharing this just to let it be clear that I'm not resistant to being ENFP AT ALL, I just don't see it because ENFPs in general baffle me and I can't relate to them well because Ne drives me bonkers, my mom is an ENFP and though I love her and we have all night long discussions about everything in the world, her mind just works very differently from mine. I'm much more focused, specific, linear, I search for the bottle line, the ONE ALL ENCOMPASSING TRUTH. I don't really theorize on what might be going on, I just know, without even knowing how at first, and I'm almost always 100% sure. I can't stand vagueness or compromise in ideas, I don't care about possibilities, I focus on probabilities, I'm an idealist but a pragmatic and even cynical one. If you and the others who pose ENFP as my type can explain how to reconcile what I said with using Ne please do, because I honestly can't do it on my own. I'm open to hearing your thoughts.
I agree on everything you've said about Fe types, it totally correlates to my (vast) personal experience with them, in fact I used to hate Fe for many years, it seemed to be the embodiment of everything I hated and resisted. With time I realized that I had bought the wrong idea of what it was and how it worked, which it didn't bother me when I started to type Ti.
Yes NTJs are like that indeed, I for one don't give a acrap about accolades and titles. I had terrible experiences with INTPs throughout the years, these few days was the first time in my life I encountered an INTP that is respectful and not condescending, it was a shock for me.
Now onto your questions:
1) This scenario has played out very few times in my life, because like I mentioned before I usually see things coming long before they do. When it does happen though, I don't resist it at all, no matter how it hurts. I just accept the truth and deal with it, while reviewing everything that has ever involved that thing/person in my mind, seeing things with fresh eyes bring new meanings, and I might identify signs I ignored before, this will be useful in making sure I never fall for something/someone like it again. This usually happens pretty fast and on its own accord, it's like I'm watching a movie being fast forward and stopped or slowed down at times, it's pretty weird.
2) a> I'd immediately take legal action, I'd hunt and finish off whoever started this rumour and make an example out of them. This has actually happened to one of my teammates, I was livid. How dare them, this is foul play.
b> Same tactic, in my country you're always guilty by association.
3) It's important that the truth is clear and recognized, if I'm right or wrong is secondary. If it's a matter of opinion, then I always propose we agree to disagree and move on.
4) I have to, my job makes sure that most of my days are planned by the minute. There are several managers that take care of our schedule, and I have also a personal one that plans my individual activities. I'm quite the rebel though, so when i think I could be doing something more productive instead of attending the gym or practicing something I already know by heart, I skip it and use my time as I see fit. I've always got away with it since I do it for the right reasons and deliver the desired results, I believe. I actually HATE not having anything on my schedule the most, because it means I won't be doing what I crave the most that day.
5) If it's superior to the one I have now I'll gladly embrace it, it'll make things fresh again which I love. If it's worse though I'll refuse it, flat out. It ain't happening.
6) Ah I'm terrible at this stuff so I need other people to do it for me. Before moving in with my flatmates it was my mom, now it's between the maid and the other members. I get crazy with clutter and I'm clean, but so messy it hurts.
7) I'd have to refuse because I wouldn't know what I was doing anyway. I'll find a good professional to do it for them, if they deserve it I might even pay for the service.
8) Oh my God I don't know, maybe use alphabetical order??? I honestly am no help. I'm shaking just thinking about it, my heart is racing, I ain't joking!!!
9) I'm not actually bad at memorizing things, in fact I can be great, it's just completely dependent on the content. If it resonates with me I'll keep in my mind for a long time and will be able to sometimes recite it to verbatim, but things that held no meaning or purpose just slid through my mind no matter how many times I see it or read it. In school I memorized subjects I liked like Languages, Science and Physics, but I sucked at Math and Chemistry big time no matter how much I studied, I couldn't remember anything. Like I know all the words to songs I haven't heard in a decade, but I can't remember my ID's number. My brain just decides on it's own what stays and what doesn't.
10) I just read them or watch them a couple times? Mostly I don't have to though, so I'm not sure how it works.