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  1. #141

    Testing a new scenario based questionnaire at the thread below. It also includes a walkthrough on how the test is designed and how it is used to determine type. Please check it out, test it, and offer any feedback. Thanks!

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  2. #142
    INFP - The Idealists

    Here.

    https://personalitycafe.com/guess-typ...k-im-infp.html

    Hurry up and type me. I'm getting bored.

  3. #143
    INTJ - The Scientists

    I like this questionairre. More people should be using it. :)

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  5. #144

    1. I don't think so
    2. First because it's beautiful and is symbolic of the distant future that is nonetheless visible in the present. Reminds me of the cool lights at either of the poles of the Earth. I would like to see them in person.
    3. A nice person that needs to work with others, clear expectations, patience, mutual trust and respect from both my peers and employers. If I work alone, I am more likely to make a lot of mistakes. If I don't have clear expectations, how will I know what to do? If I don't have patience, then I will not be employed for long. If I am not trusted or respected, rest assured I will give almost none in return.
    4. I want to be as nice, wise, disciplined, responsible, creative, imaginative, and understanding as possible because that's how people should be. I would not want to be selfish, unimaginative, rude, stupid, lazy (even though that's how I usually am), or foolish because I could not live with myself if I were.
    5. No, I wouldn't expect there would be any disconnect.
    6. That's a tough one, sorry but I don't know. That test is extremely tedious.
    7. I did the best I could to adapt. Nothing specific comes to mind.
    8. I shut down and there's only two people I want around: my mother and my best friend. When I get stressed, I am a mess and these are the only people that can help me.
    9. I just went with it, happily.
    10. One-on-one is better because you can connect with that one person much more than you can when there are others to pay attention to as well.
    11. I don't know. Some people are good, some are bad, and some are misguided or confused.
    12. If the authority figure does not treat their subordinates nicely, then their position means nothing to me.
    13. Order is good, chaos is bad. Order means that people have expectations about what they should do and they do what they can to adhere to that. Personally, I'm a Christian so there's that.
    14. Being without any support, guidance, motivation, or love. That's such a depressing condition to be in.
    15. To help others, and be helped by others. I don't know where it comes from. I would feel lost and alone without it, though.
    16. a- exercise, b- mental work, why- a is fun and b is boring/stressful
    17. To get closure. What do I think I am? If I knew, I wouldn't be here. I would like to be an ENFJ or ESTP because they have the functions that I value most.
      • Se: 36.6 (excellent use)
      • Si: 13.4 (unused)
      • Ne: 16.4 (limited use)
      • Ni: 45.8 (excellent use)
      • Te: 10.1 (unused)
      • Ti: 25.3 (average use)
      • Fe: 61.1 (excellent use)
      • Fi: 30.7 (good use)
    18. I don't know what to say about that.
    Last edited by The Penguin; 02-10-2016 at 10:44 AM.

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    I really like that

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  8. #147

    I'm not sure whether people are using this, but if you have the time, could you see if this can determine my type?

    1. What I have been doing previously, I think very differently depending on my environment and my previous actions.

    2. I prefer number 1 because it makes me think more. I don't know how to put emotions into words, but it makes me feel more open and free.

    3. I am a reliable, loyal person who tries their best at everything and always tries to think of a positive outcome. I am intelligent but I am quite humble about my achievements and hate talking about myself.

    4. I would like to be a well-liked person because I value what others think of me. But I would hate to be perceived as obnoxious or arrogant as I hate people that are.

    5. People would describe me as quite a closed person who's hard to read but always can think of something funny to say. They would probably view me in a more positive light than myself.

    6. These are the ten things I find most important: -Reliability -Intelligence -Commitment -Dependability -Loyalty -Pragmatism
    -Organisation -Logic -Security -Focus

    7. I evaluate the change and consider how I should approach it.

    8. In a stressful situation I panic and start going over all the negative outcomes in my head. However I don't stress easily and only if I will be late or don't have any control over the outcome.

    9. In an enjoyable situation I am happy and I often make witty comments to make people laugh. You'll find me happiest when I am with my friends.

    10. I like socialising with people I know but feel uncomfortable when meeting new people or having one-on-one conversations with people I don't know that well. I prefer group discussions as I do not need to discuss my emotions and do not always have to be the one talking.

    11. I believe people are born good, but society makes us bad.

    12. I don't mind authority and respect people in authority. I try and give them a positive impression of myself and if I say something I regret, I play it back in my head constantly, trying to work out what I could have done differently.

    13. Order is being in control and chaos is not having any control over outcomes.

    14. I fear ending up alone and also not living up to expectations.

    15. I desire achievement and success probably inspired by my desperate need to live up to expectations of me.

    16. I energise from learning and drain from not doing anything and mindlessly working myself through the day. I need a clear end goal.

    17. I want to know my type so I can improve. I think I am an ISTJ or ISFJ because I like structure and reliability but I am not too sure. I get ISFJ/ISTJ/INFJ the most of tests and constantly get Enneagram Type 5 (mostly 5w6)

    18. Although I am not an emotional person when with others, I do express emotions when I am alone. Also I like structure but I often don't follow a rigorous daily schedule and prefer to-do lists. I generally do tasks at the last minute but I always manage to get them done, mostly to a high standard.

  9. #148
    Unknown

    1. Is there anything that may affect the way you answer the questions? For example, a stressful time, mental illness, medications, special life circumstances? Other useful information includes sex, age, and current state of mind.
    Um...I'm nearing 40. Stressed, but that's under control.Depressed, but medicated. Overall happy with life, with the only complaint that I wish I had more time to be alone/ read. Also that I wish I could hike more, without having to get there.

    2. Study these two images here and here. Which one do you prefer and why? How would you describe it?
    Image 1 is my preferred image, because I love how the colors juxtapose, separating gradually into new colors- The green to the left sticks out a bit more, further adding a beauteous quality to the overall photo. Image two is more like a reminder of the everyday, mundane world and, while I love croissants, this image reminds me of what we all share on this planet, which is some sort of consumption of energy to nourish our bodies in one way or another. But it doesn't "scream" at me at all, like image 1 did.

    3. Please describe yourself as a person if you were to introduce yourself to someone else like in a cover letter. What kind of person are you and why?
    I am a reflective person who loves to help others achieve their very best- I teach art for exactly this reason- A person may feel like they cannot accomplish much in terms of fine motor skills, and I'm here to remind them that they can do even so much more than they realized. It is my greatest pleasure to have a student start with scribbles and end the year able to communicate what he or she is thinking visually, with color, shapes, and meaning behind each picture. I don't JUST like to help people reach their artistic potential- I love it when people come to me for advice- I feel honored to be part of their life and help the person come up with solutions. This also makes me extremely volatile, so I must keep some level of reservedness in order to help people but also not get burned.
    4. What kind of person would you LIKE to be? Why? What kind of person would you NOT want to be? Why?
    I would hate to be the kind of person that just thinks about themselves, talks about their own accomplishments without thinking of others. I would hate to be a person who does not care about people that need help and the destruction of our forests/ wildlife. I would hate to be a person who promotes hatred. I would LIKE to be a person who is intelligent, who can think logically but still possess the heart to help others.Oh, and publishing a book or two couldn't hurt, either.
    5. Do you think there are any differences to how you described yourself and how people actually perceive you? How do you think others would describe you? If there are any discrepancies between these two that are you are aware of; do you know why exactly that is?
    People know I lean almost extremely to the left. Some said I was the nicest person that they have ever met. People tell me I need to be more selfish. I am usually confused by this, as I think I am very harsh with people and a bit selfish. Apparently, there are people that are more selfish???I love to help people (especially the little ones, who are our future) and to instill in them the power to think critically and problem solve in a way that will help them, and others around them. People think I'm too idealistic and that I need to get over how things should be and the way things are will not change as fast as I want them to.Some people also think I'm a bit absent minded.

    6. What in life do you find to be of importance? Why? If you are unsure you can always take the Value Test and post the results here. Do note that it helps if you narrow it down to 20 or ideally 10 values as suggested at stage 2.
    The environment- the balance of ecosystems- intelligence- the keeping of the past so that the negative things from it will not be repeated in the future- families that are stable and self-sustainable- self sustainable neighborhoods-community- libraries and keeping education free (because education is a RIGHT and should not be paid for)

    7. How do you react to new situations in your life? Can you describe an event in your life where you were in an unknown situation? How did you deal with it?
    If the situation comes out of nowhere, I get really anxious. But I usually find a creative way to fix the problem. If I can't fix the problem, I get anxious and self criticize; I feel its my fault even if it is not. I start to eat like there's no tomorrow.

    8. Please describe yourself when you are in a stressful situation. How do you act and why? Real life experiences are welcome.
    It really depends. I have a good "mask" that makes people think I handle things well. I am always courteous and polite on the outside, because I just can't not be. At home, though, I can get pretty demanding about chores done on time, etc. I cry a lot when I'm stressed out, and will analyze the whys of it to death. When I am super stressed out, I tunnel vision into the problem, obsessing about it until it is resolved. If i cannot resolve it, I try to think of the good things I have, but also have that nagging feeling of the problem not being resolved yet (like the weekend of the art show, for example). During those times, I eat a lot. I withdraw, staying up way past my bedtime just so I can have some minutes to myself watching a show or documentary or just reading. When I'm super stressed, I feel like I need to take a break from life as a whole - stasis would be nice- and I think dark thoughts about not belonging to this world, etc.

    9. Please describe yourself when you are in an enjoyable situation. How do you act and why? Real life experiences are welcome.
    In enjoyable situations with family, I act goofy and silly. I love it when people laugh at something I said. But I'm extremely sensistive- as long as they're laughing at my wit and not at me, all is well. I love to see people happy, so I usually surprise friends and family with little notes, gifts/ donuts, etc.I love to play board games, biking, etc.I love to paint and read and write as well.
    10. Describe your relationship to socialization. How do you perceive one-on-one interaction? How do you perceive group interaction?
    I love having deep conversations with individuals. My sister in law and I can, to the outside world, just sit and talk for hours on end about philosophy, history, theories, psychology.My husband calls this "our little bubble". He's a bit jealous when we get into bubble mode. This is my preferred way to interact with people and have a deep, meaningful conversation with friends. I often get confused when people just want to keep things shallow, but I think I mastered small talk...i feel a little anxious hosting a party, since I feel like I have to go from one person to another talking fast and having little snippets of conversation. But I usually don't host parties and I usually go to very few events.

    11. Describe your relationship to society. What are the elements of it you hold important or unimportant (e.g. social norms, values, customs, traditions)? How do you see people as a whole?
    I hate organized religion. I believe that there were many enlightened individuals who were amazing and wonderful, and who shared their philosophy with the world to try to make it a better place. But once they died, followers with lesser understanding of their beloved philosophers started to put words in those dead people's mouths and turned their philosophy into something that the philosopher him/herself, if looking at ceremonies and traditions today, would disapprove of.
    Overall, I think people all would like the same thing- love, shelter, dignity, a chance to live happily. I believe politics and regulations are necessary, but they can be and often are swayed and manipulated by people who couldn't care less about others and who put themselves first. And that is heartbreaking. People also sometimes tend to follow a herd- not because it's meaningful, just becaiuse the latest color of this month is this and that- and they don't question why- they just follow styles blindly, with no meaning behind it all. That is perplexing, so i usually wear things that are not fashionable anymore on purpose. But mainly I wear comfortable things that I am happy with, never to follow a certain societal standard.


    12. Describe your relationship to authority. How do you perceive authority? What does it mean to you, and how do you deal with it?
    Authority was created with good intentions.However, it is often abused. It depends on the person who wears those shoes- It is needed, grant it- some sort of organization and head are necessary. But, as stated above, many with power will abuse it and twist their authority in a way that does not benefit the people they are supposed to protect. But, on the other hand, there are those who take their authority with enormous pride and do their job for the good of the people supposed to be protected.Those individuals keep me inspired. I have no time for selfish people who think they are better than others. I am actually more interested in people who use their authority to help others, to teach others a better path, and to keep society from becoming an anarchy. But this is not to say that society is perfect. Far from it. Lots need to change for it to reach its best potential.

    13. Describe your relationship to order and chaos. What do order and chaos mean to you? How do they manifest in your daily life?
    Order is definitely best. But there is such a thing as too much order. It's the classic "I am so organized, I forgot where I tucked my important papers" kind of thing. Order is important. But one needs to find a balance. Chaos is disorienting and, to me, personally, nerve-racking. However, I have learned to be calm in the face of it and use it to my advantage. Break a certain aspect that doesn't fit anymore apart and then recreate with what I think it's still important. With day to day things, it feels more like logic- if I realize the papers that were stored in the back of the closet take too long for me to reach in a hurry, causing a chaos in the classroom, then I rearrange the papers closer to the middle of the classroom, etc.
    14. What is it that you fear in life? Why? How does this fear manifest to you both in how you think and how you act?
    I used to fear death. A lot. To not be able to consciously think as myself. ever again. I feared it to the point of avoiding cemeteries and getting angry at my dad if he got lost and had to drive by a cemetery twice to get us where we were going. I have, through my quest of many religions, ending with Buddhism, found a certain peace about it now. Now my biggest fear is to go back in time in terms of history repeating itself, hatred, insecurity for my children and their children. But I have hope the children of today will eventually turn the ugliness of our age around.
    15. What is it that you desire in life? What do you strive to achieve? Why? Where do you think these drives and desires stem from or are inspired by?
    I would love to get my PHD in neuroscience. I want to further develop neuro education, and I think I owe my drive mainly to my family. My parents would always strive to get the highest status possible, and by achieving it, they would study like hell and research like hell. It inspired awe in me. But I go about my studies in a very different way they do: I don't strive for fame or to have a higher status in life: I strive for knowledge, for figuring things out that are not discovered yet and to help those who are vulnerable.


    16. a) What activities energize you most? b) What activities drain you most? Why?
    I love to read! Preferably, I would read in the sunshine all day long while people passed me by. I wouldn't need to have a conversation, I just like to be amongst people, and sort of live a little of what they are living. And then go back to my book. Why? Because I love to learn new things. Drawing on my visual journal also energizes me. Coming up with new ways to express both ugliness and beauty of what goes on around me, and how it reflects on others. Also, I like to write stories. I am currently working on a book, and my greatest regret is that I currently don't have a lot of alone time to finish it.I love to hike and explore nature.
    b)Draining activities include running marathons, not having time to myself, but instead going from place to place without a moment to read and have to talk to lots of people without a break.

    17. Why do you want to know your type? What type do you think you are? Why this/these type(s)? Is there a type that appeals to you, to your self-perception, that you would like to be? Why? If you know your enneagram, please post this here. If you have done any online function tests such as the Keys2Cognition, it helps if you post these results here as well.
    Ok. I feel it's important for a healthy development to know my type, so I can keep track of where I am in my life, which function I'm developing, etc. I also scored multiple types in keystocognition (INFJ, ISFJ, INFP), 16 personalities(ENFP,ENFJ,INFJ), official MBTI (ENFJ)

    I cannot pin it down. Maybe if there was an option for ambivert, I could call myself an ANFJ :-)

    18. Finally, is there something else you find to be of importance you want to add about yourself you think might be of relevance when helping to type you?
    I'm not sure. I don't follow society blindly- it bothers me how people are racists, how there's disparity between men and women, how people are only concerned about what they look like on the outside, but don't feed their brains enough. I feel the pain of animals, I cannot stand to see an animal killed, I cannot stand to eat an animal and imagine how it died, and I cannot stand to see people and especially children, suffering. I feel like helping, but in the end I am afraid I'll fall into a trap of despair, so I keep it all at bay. I am learning martial arts so I can defend others and myself (I refuse to be a victim! If I go down, I will go down fighting). I feel alone because my ideas are too out there and people reading them might think them childish. My parents would always tell me to "grow up" when I told them my theories of why I was a vegetarian, etc.... now my husband, friends and colleagues do a little bit of that, too. That's all. Happy reading ;-)

  10. #149
    Unknown

    Quote Originally Posted by Cacaia View Post
    1. Is there anything that may affect the way you answer the questions? For example, a stressful time, mental illness, medications, special life circumstances? Other useful information includes sex, age, and current state of mind.
    Um...I'm nearing 40. Stressed, but that's under control.Depressed, but medicated. Overall happy with life, with the only complaint that I wish I had more time to be alone/ read. Also that I wish I could hike more, without having to get there.

    2. Study these two images here and here. Which one do you prefer and why? How would you describe it?
    Image 1 is my preferred image, because I love how the colors juxtapose, separating gradually into new colors- The green to the left sticks out a bit more, further adding a beauteous quality to the overall photo. Image two is more like a reminder of the everyday, mundane world and, while I love croissants, this image reminds me of what we all share on this planet, which is some sort of consumption of energy to nourish our bodies in one way or another. But it doesn't "scream" at me at all, like image 1 did.

    3. Please describe yourself as a person if you were to introduce yourself to someone else like in a cover letter. What kind of person are you and why?
    I am a reflective person who loves to help others achieve their very best- I teach art for exactly this reason- A person may feel like they cannot accomplish much in terms of fine motor skills, and I'm here to remind them that they can do even so much more than they realized. It is my greatest pleasure to have a student start with scribbles and end the year able to communicate what he or she is thinking visually, with color, shapes, and meaning behind each picture. I don't JUST like to help people reach their artistic potential- I love it when people come to me for advice- I feel honored to be part of their life and help the person come up with solutions. This also makes me extremely volatile, so I must keep some level of reservedness in order to help people but also not get burned.
    4. What kind of person would you LIKE to be? Why? What kind of person would you NOT want to be? Why?
    I would hate to be the kind of person that just thinks about themselves, talks about their own accomplishments without thinking of others. I would hate to be a person who does not care about people that need help and the destruction of our forests/ wildlife. I would hate to be a person who promotes hatred. I would LIKE to be a person who is intelligent, who can think logically but still possess the heart to help others.Oh, and publishing a book or two couldn't hurt, either.
    5. Do you think there are any differences to how you described yourself and how people actually perceive you? How do you think others would describe you? If there are any discrepancies between these two that are you are aware of; do you know why exactly that is?
    People know I lean almost extremely to the left. Some said I was the nicest person that they have ever met. People tell me I need to be more selfish. I am usually confused by this, as I think I am very harsh with people and a bit selfish. Apparently, there are people that are more selfish???I love to help people (especially the little ones, who are our future) and to instill in them the power to think critically and problem solve in a way that will help them, and others around them. People think I'm too idealistic and that I need to get over how things should be and the way things are will not change as fast as I want them to.Some people also think I'm a bit absent minded.

    6. What in life do you find to be of importance? Why? If you are unsure you can always take the Value Test and post the results here. Do note that it helps if you narrow it down to 20 or ideally 10 values as suggested at stage 2.
    The environment- the balance of ecosystems- intelligence- the keeping of the past so that the negative things from it will not be repeated in the future- families that are stable and self-sustainable- self sustainable neighborhoods-community- libraries and keeping education free (because education is a RIGHT and should not be paid for)

    7. How do you react to new situations in your life? Can you describe an event in your life where you were in an unknown situation? How did you deal with it?
    If the situation comes out of nowhere, I get really anxious. But I usually find a creative way to fix the problem. If I can't fix the problem, I get anxious and self criticize; I feel its my fault even if it is not. I start to eat like there's no tomorrow.

    8. Please describe yourself when you are in a stressful situation. How do you act and why? Real life experiences are welcome.
    It really depends. I have a good "mask" that makes people think I handle things well. I am always courteous and polite on the outside, because I just can't not be. At home, though, I can get pretty demanding about chores done on time, etc. I cry a lot when I'm stressed out, and will analyze the whys of it to death. When I am super stressed out, I tunnel vision into the problem, obsessing about it until it is resolved. If i cannot resolve it, I try to think of the good things I have, but also have that nagging feeling of the problem not being resolved yet (like the weekend of the art show, for example). During those times, I eat a lot. I withdraw, staying up way past my bedtime just so I can have some minutes to myself watching a show or documentary or just reading. When I'm super stressed, I feel like I need to take a break from life as a whole - stasis would be nice- and I think dark thoughts about not belonging to this world, etc.

    9. Please describe yourself when you are in an enjoyable situation. How do you act and why? Real life experiences are welcome.
    In enjoyable situations with family, I act goofy and silly. I love it when people laugh at something I said. But I'm extremely sensistive- as long as they're laughing at my wit and not at me, all is well. I love to see people happy, so I usually surprise friends and family with little notes, gifts/ donuts, etc.I love to play board games, biking, etc.I love to paint and read and write as well.
    10. Describe your relationship to socialization. How do you perceive one-on-one interaction? How do you perceive group interaction?
    I love having deep conversations with individuals. My sister in law and I can, to the outside world, just sit and talk for hours on end about philosophy, history, theories, psychology.My husband calls this "our little bubble". He's a bit jealous when we get into bubble mode. This is my preferred way to interact with people and have a deep, meaningful conversation with friends. I often get confused when people just want to keep things shallow, but I think I mastered small talk...i feel a little anxious hosting a party, since I feel like I have to go from one person to another talking fast and having little snippets of conversation. But I usually don't host parties and I usually go to very few events.

    11. Describe your relationship to society. What are the elements of it you hold important or unimportant (e.g. social norms, values, customs, traditions)? How do you see people as a whole?
    I hate organized religion. I believe that there were many enlightened individuals who were amazing and wonderful, and who shared their philosophy with the world to try to make it a better place. But once they died, followers with lesser understanding of their beloved philosophers started to put words in those dead people's mouths and turned their philosophy into something that the philosopher him/herself, if looking at ceremonies and traditions today, would disapprove of.
    Overall, I think people all would like the same thing- love, shelter, dignity, a chance to live happily. I believe politics and regulations are necessary, but they can be and often are swayed and manipulated by people who couldn't care less about others and who put themselves first. And that is heartbreaking. People also sometimes tend to follow a herd- not because it's meaningful, just becaiuse the latest color of this month is this and that- and they don't question why- they just follow styles blindly, with no meaning behind it all. That is perplexing, so i usually wear things that are not fashionable anymore on purpose. But mainly I wear comfortable things that I am happy with, never to follow a certain societal standard.


    12. Describe your relationship to authority. How do you perceive authority? What does it mean to you, and how do you deal with it?
    Authority was created with good intentions.However, it is often abused. It depends on the person who wears those shoes- It is needed, grant it- some sort of organization and head are necessary. But, as stated above, many with power will abuse it and twist their authority in a way that does not benefit the people they are supposed to protect. But, on the other hand, there are those who take their authority with enormous pride and do their job for the good of the people supposed to be protected.Those individuals keep me inspired. I have no time for selfish people who think they are better than others. I am actually more interested in people who use their authority to help others, to teach others a better path, and to keep society from becoming an anarchy. But this is not to say that society is perfect. Far from it. Lots need to change for it to reach its best potential.

    13. Describe your relationship to order and chaos. What do order and chaos mean to you? How do they manifest in your daily life?
    Order is definitely best. But there is such a thing as too much order. It's the classic "I am so organized, I forgot where I tucked my important papers" kind of thing. Order is important. But one needs to find a balance. Chaos is disorienting and, to me, personally, nerve-racking. However, I have learned to be calm in the face of it and use it to my advantage. Break a certain aspect that doesn't fit anymore apart and then recreate with what I think it's still important. With day to day things, it feels more like logic- if I realize the papers that were stored in the back of the closet take too long for me to reach in a hurry, causing a chaos in the classroom, then I rearrange the papers closer to the middle of the classroom, etc.
    14. What is it that you fear in life? Why? How does this fear manifest to you both in how you think and how you act?
    I used to fear death. A lot. To not be able to consciously think as myself. ever again. I feared it to the point of avoiding cemeteries and getting angry at my dad if he got lost and had to drive by a cemetery twice to get us where we were going. I have, through my quest of many religions, ending with Buddhism, found a certain peace about it now. Now my biggest fear is to go back in time in terms of history repeating itself, hatred, insecurity for my children and their children. But I have hope the children of today will eventually turn the ugliness of our age around.
    15. What is it that you desire in life? What do you strive to achieve? Why? Where do you think these drives and desires stem from or are inspired by?
    I would love to get my PHD in neuroscience. I want to further develop neuro education, and I think I owe my drive mainly to my family. My parents would always strive to get the highest status possible, and by achieving it, they would study like hell and research like hell. It inspired awe in me. But I go about my studies in a very different way they do: I don't strive for fame or to have a higher status in life: I strive for knowledge, for figuring things out that are not discovered yet and to help those who are vulnerable.


    16. a) What activities energize you most? b) What activities drain you most? Why?
    I love to read! Preferably, I would read in the sunshine all day long while people passed me by. I wouldn't need to have a conversation, I just like to be amongst people, and sort of live a little of what they are living. And then go back to my book. Why? Because I love to learn new things. Drawing on my visual journal also energizes me. Coming up with new ways to express both ugliness and beauty of what goes on around me, and how it reflects on others. Also, I like to write stories. I am currently working on a book, and my greatest regret is that I currently don't have a lot of alone time to finish it.I love to hike and explore nature.
    b)Draining activities include running marathons, not having time to myself, but instead going from place to place without a moment to read and have to talk to lots of people without a break.

    17. Why do you want to know your type? What type do you think you are? Why this/these type(s)? Is there a type that appeals to you, to your self-perception, that you would like to be? Why? If you know your enneagram, please post this here. If you have done any online function tests such as the Keys2Cognition, it helps if you post these results here as well.
    Ok. I feel it's important for a healthy development to know my type, so I can keep track of where I am in my life, which function I'm developing, etc. I also scored multiple types in keystocognition (INFJ, ISFJ, INFP), 16 personalities(ENFP,ENFJ,INFJ), official MBTI (ENFJ)

    I cannot pin it down. Maybe if there was an option for ambivert, I could call myself an ANFJ :-)

    18. Finally, is there something else you find to be of importance you want to add about yourself you think might be of relevance when helping to type you?
    I'm not sure. I don't follow society blindly- it bothers me how people are racists, how there's disparity between men and women, how people are only concerned about what they look like on the outside, but don't feed their brains enough. I feel the pain of animals, I cannot stand to see an animal killed, I cannot stand to eat an animal and imagine how it died, and I cannot stand to see people and especially children, suffering. I feel like helping, but in the end I am afraid I'll fall into a trap of despair, so I keep it all at bay. I am learning martial arts so I can defend others and myself (I refuse to be a victim! If I go down, I will go down fighting). I feel alone because my ideas are too out there and people reading them might think them childish. My parents would always tell me to "grow up" when I told them my theories of why I was a vegetarian, etc.... now my husband, friends and colleagues do a little bit of that, too. That's all. Happy reading ;-)
    Can someone please help me?I'll help you in return! I am just so tired of searching. I went from convinced of being an ENFP to convinced of being an ENFJ as I further studied the functions. Now I really really, including my childhood/teenage years/ beyond, think I am INFJ but not quite sure. What do you think?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cacaia View Post
    Can someone please help me?I'll help you in return! I am just so tired of searching. I went from convinced of being an ENFP to convinced of being an ENFJ as I further studied the functions. Now I really really, including my childhood/teenage years/ beyond, think I am INFJ but not quite sure. What do you think?????
    Hi, I'll help based on a quick reading of your answers. But take everything with a pinch of salt.

    - I see a lot of Fe. Your answers are mostly value-based, but directed towards group values. Honour derived from helping people, benefiting society, etc. And concerns with other people.

    - Lower stack Ti...but developed enough to see you have your own system of thinking and making judgement. You strive for knowledge, you hate shallowness.

    - Definitely introversion. Reflective.

    - There's a drive for family and comfort. You seem cautious about "history repeating itself", negative things repeated in the future, which makes me think Si. You also fear/avoid the unknown, like death

    I don't really see Fi...but maybe older Fi users come off as Fe users?

    My best guess – ISFJ. or INFP. Either way you seem like a very nice person and a balanced individual :)
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