I feel like it probably makes me seem retarded and unaware of myself, but I really can't decide what my stack looks like. I don't know if it's just because I've got a relatively balanced set of functions, or what. I am fairly positive that my N is horrible. But I've also read that ISTP's are likely to develop their inferior Fe before their tertiary Ni.
I do relate well to ISTPs at times, but at other times I feel like I don't at all. They seem much more rigid than I am, on average. Again, this may be the Fe development making me feel different, or maybe my lack of N and F are both contributing to my failure to see myself.
I definitely use Ti and Se, but I'm really not sure what order they should all go in.
Is there a way to break it down further? Or are there realistic stacks that don't align with any of the 16 mbti types? Didn't Jung himself claim to be Ti and Fi, or something? I can't remember the details, but I do think he broke the "rules" of standard MBTI types in his self-analysis.
I think I'm having a bit of an identity crisis about it all. I'm trying to sort out my own priorities, and have been going through major life changes as of late, and can't decide if I was just forced into ISTP-like ways of life, or if I'm just a confused ESTP who can't look past the current moment. I've also read that ISTPs can tend to be ambiverts, which I almost definitely think I am. Although I am socially anxious and sway heavily toward introversion in my daily life, I NEED human interaction on a regular basis, and generally seek it out online in a way that bring out my bubbly and extroverted side. The videogames I commonly play are mostly team games, although I've surely spent my share of time in RPGs and action-adventures.
I just don't know what to make of it all, honestly. halp.