Any INTJ Personality Women?

posted 9 months ago in The Lounge
Post # 17
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Helper bee

I’m an INTJ. I know quite a few, didn’t think it was uncommon at all (I work in science/IT) 

Post # 18
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Blushing bee

Another INTJ. Strangely enough, when I did the tests a few years ago I was ENTJ, but have always been borderline between I/E, I’ve just swung into the Introverted side as I’ve gotten older. 

I have a very extroverted role as a manager and being around people all day so there are definitely nights when I just need quiet time. Like a PP, I’m an ‘Advocate’ which fits quite well with my job. 

Post # 19
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Busy bee

INTJ here. Always tested strongly as it. Interestingly, it’s one of the most faked types. Not sure why! There’s some interesting INTJ groups on FB. 

Post # 20
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2017 - Pearson Convention Centre

I am an ISFJ-T and my husband is an ESFJ

Post # 21
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2016

Im an ENFP (sometimes called campaigner or inspirer). I think it sums me up so well. 

I’ve found a few of my close friends in medicine are ENFP as well. 

Funny it’s almost the complete opposite of your type (INTJ).

Post # 23
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

I’m ENTJ – but borderline I/E in the tests when I take them.

I love the MB tests. My work is very team based but with dynamic teams (new team for every project). We use the MBIT results at the start of each project to help us understand how to best work with each of our team mates and to foresee where conflict/misunderstanding may arise. I find the accuracy of it fascinating and it has been really useful to clue in to why I just really struggle to work with certain people.

It’s not unusual to hear someone laughing at themselves for something and commenting how [insert certain MBIT letter here] they are. Usually it’s J/P but occasionally the F/T get’s commented on too.

Post # 24
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

I’m an INTJ-T. I feel like it melds well with my total Scorpio personality.

I’m a computer engineer.

Post # 25
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Bumble bee

I’m an INTJ, and I think I fit a lot of the description well – but unlike a lot of the lawyers/engineers/tech people here, I’m in grad school for a humanities field and aspire to be a professor. Fiance is an INTP and we get along wonderfully. I’d describe myself as very logical and efficient, with strong ethical principles that I hold myself to and a sense of idealism within the practicality. While I don’t have a huge social circle, I’m very loyal to the people I do call friends. Small talk is a nightmare for me but I love a good deep conversation. And I’d rather be alone any day over being with people I don’t adore. Fiance and I stay home a lot 😉 

Post # 26
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

I’m an INTP, but I get along with and understand INTJs quite well. I usually think of them as the more creative counterpart to my coldly logical INTP self. 

Post # 27
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: Chateau Lake Louise

INFJ here. I used to be closer to the border between E/I but as I’ve gotten older and come to accept it’s FINE to prefer small groups and need alone time, I’ve become much more introverted.

People are surprised when they hear this, as I can be very outgoing. It’s just exhausting and I usually need a long recharge, after.

I developed a big personality as a coping mechanism after a lot of bullying when I was a child. They’d pick on me for always having my nose in a book, or accuse me of being stuck up. So I learned to engage and pay the price in feeling totally drained once I’m through. 

I had a therapist once say that she had never met anyone so good at intellectualizing their emotions. I definitely have strong and sometimes overwhelming feelings, it’s just my process to confront them by THINKING about why I feel that way. Fiance and I do EXACTLY the same thing, on that. Makes it easy to understand each other, at any rate.

😉

Post # 28
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Blushing bee

I’m an ISFJ.  My bf is INTJ.  I think we clash the most in the N vs S.  He’s very future thinking and loves to get into theory whereas, I am practical and live in the present.  We also clash sometimes because I’m very sensitive and can sometimes get my feelings hurt and he doesn’t understand why because, to him, it makes no sense.

As another poster said: It appears that my bf has to ‘think’ his feelings and I ‘feel’ my feelings.

Post # 29
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Blushing bee

Another INTJ lawyer here!  I have switched over my adult life from INTJ to ISTJ (close to 50/50 S vs. N).

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