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This is a discussion on I'm pretty sure that I am I, S and F, but J or P? within the What's my personality type? forums, part of the Personality Cafe category; Hi Pear. Enneagram 6 is one of the most common enneagram types and can be paired with a number of ...

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    Hi Pear. Enneagram 6 is one of the most common enneagram types and can be paired with a number of MBTI types, so I can understand your frustration. The 6w5 is going to make for a more knowledgeable person. A 6w5 Perceiving type could be typically disorganized but a stringent rule follower. Your use of the word nervous points to the Enneagram 6. You feel anxiety if the rules aren't followed. It doesn't seem as much about wanting to do it right as fear of doing it wrong, which is a difference between 6s and 1s perhaps. It can appear the same outwardly, but the motivations are different.

    There is typically a flip between the J and P in Socionics for introverts. The one possible exception being ISTJ and ISTP. Some Socionicists seem to get those types confused in descriptions, but there should be a flip.

    The Socionics and CFs test indicates your Fi is very high and so is your Te. I wouldn't typically expect Te to be so well developed in an INFP. I am half leaning toward ISTJ with well developed Fi. Having your tertiary function so well developed is going to be far more likely than your inferior function. Se, Fe and Ti being low basically rules out ISFP and ISFJ.

    I see no reason to think INFJ at all. Besides Ni they have all of your weakest functions.

  2. #12
    INFP

    Quote Originally Posted by alyara View Post
    From what I read: INFx, leaning towards INFJ
    Hi!
    Okay, I don't know about INFJ, but it's possible too :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Elisa Artista View Post
    Hi Pear. Enneagram 6 is one of the most common enneagram types and can be paired with a number of MBTI types, so I can understand your frustration. The 6w5 is going to make for a more knowledgeable person. A 6w5 Perceiving type could be typically disorganized but a stringent rule follower. Your use of the word nervous points to the Enneagram 6. You feel anxiety if the rules aren't followed. It doesn't seem as much about wanting to do it right as fear of doing it wrong, which is a difference between 6s and 1s perhaps. It can appear the same outwardly, but the motivations are different.

    There is typically a flip between the J and P in Socionics for introverts. The one possible exception being ISTJ and ISTP. Some Socionicists seem to get those types confused in descriptions, but there should be a flip.

    The Socionics and CFs test indicates your Fi is very high and so is your Te. I wouldn't typically expect Te to be so well developed in an INFP. I am half leaning toward ISTJ with well developed Fi. Having your tertiary function so well developed is going to be far more likely than your inferior function. Se, Fe and Ti being low basically rules out ISFP and ISFJ.

    I see no reason to think INFJ at all. Besides Ni they have all of your weakest functions.
    Hi to you too!
    ISTJ is very accurate for me so far and so is ISFJ.

    I'm little bit confused from difference between thinking and feeling. What is that difference? I have thought that Thinkers can't express their emotions as well as Feelers, but of course they have emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pear View Post
    Hi!
    Okay, I don't know about INFJ, but it's possible too :)



    Hi to you too!
    ISTJ is very accurate for me so far and so is ISFJ.

    I'm little bit confused from difference between thinking and feeling. What is that difference? I have thought that Thinkers can't express their emotions as well as Feelers, but of course they have emotions.
    xD

    ISTJ and ISFJ difference...

    ISTJ is more concerned with efficiency of systems
    ISFJ is more concerned with how people feel

    Both are very detailed.

    ISFJs are much more considerate and tend to be very gentle when they type things??? HAHA uhh like when they're in forums or writing e-mails they seem to be very appropriate and mellow? Gentle, etc. Very good communicators.

    ISTJs imo are more opinionated... like we'd rather say something even if it's not going to be liked and an ISFJ wants harmony.

    ISFJs seem to keep quiet and think more... ISTJs just say things.

    Did that help?
    Last edited by Candy Apple; 08-29-2016 at 03:31 PM.

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    INFP

    Quote Originally Posted by Weekend View Post
    xD

    ISTJ and ISFJ difference...

    ISTJ is more concerned with efficiency of systems
    ISFJ is more concerned with how people feel

    Both are very detailed.

    ISFJs are much more considerate and tend to be very gentle when they type things??? HAHA uhh like when they're forums or writing e-mails they seem to be very appropriate and mellow? Gentle, etc. Very good communicators.

    ISTJs imo are more opinionated... like we'd rather say something even if it's not going to be liked and an ISFJ wants harmony.

    ISFJs seem to keep quiet and think more... ISTJs just say things.

    Did that help?
    Yes, thank you.
    I'm turning that i'm ISFJ. I'm always very careful what I write or say to people in email or face-to-face. I don't want to hurt others with my words.
    My brother is ISTP and he can say very rude words to others. And he doesn't know that it might hurt someone, he's like "that's the truth!"
    I'm opposite of that.
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    Cool! I like ISFJs. :D
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  7. #16

    Quote Originally Posted by Pear View Post

    - I have always been good at timing, I mean that I have never been late and at school I have always done my homeworks at time.
    - I don't like if someone is late from appointments.
    - I'm always prepared.

    But

    - I'm not very good if I have to make a decision. I always look things from many angle and that's what makes it hard.
    Hello! I'm ISFJ and I actually have a hard time making decisions too, so I don't think that's just a P thing. For example, just a few weekends ago we were going to have friends over (usually my sis, who is ISTJ, plans these things but without realizing it I was the one to plan it.) And it's not like it would be that hard right? You just pick a time and invite everyone over, get some snacks, pick a movie, whatever. Haha nope. The whole, Oh no, this person will be late at that time but if I make it earlier this person won't be able to come at all, oh shoot do I have to drive and pick up that person he doesn't have a ride, etc. Plus like three other small problems that were festering in my mind about that weekend too I stressed myself out so unnecessarily, I know it's ridiculous.

    That was my most recent example. But usually I have problems making decisions because I take into consideration everyone's feelings and thoughts, like I won't want to decide anything that will possibly make a certain friend of mine uncomfortable, while being aware that it's something another friend of mine will really want to do. We ISFJs strive for win-win situations with no conflict haha.
    :) oh and my room is always messy too haha, I procrastinate on cleaning it all the time. (...should probably do that now instead of reading these threads... Nah!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pear View Post
    I'm not sure about INFP. N is possible, I find both N and S qualities in me, but I think Sensing is more accurate. I have never been good in theories or artistic, but I like philosophing everything and philosophy in general. I like more living at the moment and I'm down to earth type also. I'm not living in fantasies even I like thinking a future a lot. At least I'm not stereotypical INFP.
    These theories you refer to are likely thinking rather than intuition. You show interest in intuition with your focus on perspective. You could have tertiary Ne, for example, but I doubt it's inferior.


     
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