Post # 1
I took this test in HS years ago, and my result was INFJ. Now, I’ve taken the test many different times over the course of 6ish years or so, and I always get the same result. I got Darling Husband to do this test, also, and he ended up being INFP. It really helped explain to me why we are so in tune with each other and never have issues with communication. INFJ is actually the rarest personality type, which I definitely wasn’t expecting (but the results of the traits explain a lot about how I am in certain situations!)
What personality type are you? Is your SO/FI/DH similar or totally different, and does your relationship show that?
Here’s a link to the test, if you want to take it now:
Post # 4
I’m an ENFP (a very weak P – perceiver, I used to test as an ENFJ many years ago (35+ years).
My husband is an INTJ, interestingly, he is a very strong N (intuitive), considerably more so than me. We are different personalities (we were most ‘different’ when we had premarital counselling). We’ve been happily married 27 years. (I’m a Mother of the Bride). We knew we were different personalities from each other when we married and we both find those difference interesting. valuable and helpful (helping each other see from a different perspective). However, our values are very similar.
Our daughter is an INFJ, our son-in-law hasn’t taken the test but I suspect he’s an ENFJ or an ENFP. He’s more easy going and less of a worrier than she is although some of that difference may be that he’s from a different culture (India).
Post # 5
I’m an ISTP, borderline ISTJ. DH is an ISTJ, yet slightly less introverted than I am.
Post # 6
Moderate across the board
Extravert(44%) iNtuitive(38%) iNtuitive Feeling(25%) Judging(33%)
- You have moderate preference of Extraversion over Introversion (44%)
- You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (38%)
- You have moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking (25%)
- You have moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving (33%)
Post # 7
I’m ENFP, though only slightly F, I did this a couple of years ago and I was strongly T not F, however I’ve recently had some family issues with the death of a grandparent and my mum being taken ill so I’m not surprised that I’m currently in a more feeling and empathetic mood. My SO when he did it with me last time was the complete opposite from me! To the point where I am strongly extrovert and he is strongly introvert. I find however that I’m not the kind of extrovert who just dominates people, especially those I can tell are introvert, and I think that’s as a result of being with SO and understanding how he ticks, and now that I think of it, it’s probably my Feeling side coming through. I find all of this stuff fascinating!! Thanks for sharing the link 🙂
Post # 9
ISFJ – have no idea what my husband is.
Post # 10
I’m an ENTJ with a very strong N and a very weak J (over the course of 5 years I have flipped between ENTJ and ENTP)
Fiance is a INTJ with a VERY VERY Strong J (it makes him difficult) and a weak T (he flips back and forth between INTJ and INFJ)
We seem to understand each other 🙂
Post # 11
Fiance and I both are INFJ’s. 🙂
I actually took a leadership class in university where we almost exclusively studied the Meyers Briggs. It was so fascinating. It was a big class with 50+ people and many dupicate types. I was the only INFJ, the prof was shocked my Fiance is also an INFJ. 🙂
Post # 12
ITSJ, very strong on introvert and sensing.
Post # 13
ENFJ, but my E % was 1, so pretty evenly split there. Darling Husband has promised to do it later.
Post # 14
- You have moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion (44%)
- You have slight preference of Intuition over Sensing (12%)
- You have distinctive preference of Thinking over Feeling (75%)
- You have distinctive preference of Judging over Perceiving (67%)
The INTJ personality type is one of the rarest and most interesting types – comprising only about 2% of the U.S. population (INTJ females are especially rare – just 0.8%),
Post # 15
INFJ here too! My fiance is an ENTJ. We’re very well matched. While INFJ is supposedly the most rare personality type, I have noticed that they seem especially well-represented on message boards.
Supposedly ideal matches are when the first and last letters are opposite and the middle two letters are the same. For instance, as an INFJ my ideal match should be ENFP. I’ve generally meshed better with other J’s, though. What do you guys think of this formula?
This chart shows the relationship between Myers Briggs type and political affiliation: http://www.politicaltypes.com/content/view/24/56/
In my Nursing Business Practice Issues course, we did Keirsey type indicators and tallied up everyone’s results. The prof compared our results to those of previous cohorts’. Apparently Guardians (SJ) make up 80-90% of nurses, which is crazy! Interestingly enough, my 4 super close nursing school friends and I are all Idealists (NF).
Post # 16
ISFJ, very strong on introvert, and feeling. I know Fiance had to take this test for work but I can’t remember what he is!