- 10 years ago
- Wedding: May 2016
- very expressed introvert
- moderately expressed intuitive personality
- moderately expressed thinking personality
- moderately expressed judging personality
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I’m an ISFJ too.
I especially love that Melanie from Gone With the Wind was an ISFJ. I’m not sure how they know that a fictional character has a specific personality type, but I love her!
I’m an INFJ too! How funny that there are so many of us. Just us and Oprah I guess.
I have the big daddy test on a CD somewhere. We had to take it for a counseling class in grad school. A lot of my class were INFJs which made sense since we’re in a helping profession, but it seems like I’m always with INFJs! I’m gunna make SO take it tonight (okay, nag him kindly) and see what he comes up as.
ESTJ here!!! This is really interesting to do with your Fiance or DH as well. It definitely helps in understanding each other.
I remember taking this in high school psych! Too bad I’m at work right now, I’ll have to wait until I get home 🙁
@MaraBeth I know…sometimes I do use ‘the dark side’ on my sister, but only for lame things like getting her to do dishes. And if I pull out the Southern accent, I always would get more tips waitressing. What the correlation is b/w the accent and the $$, I’ve got no idea, but I’ll take it.
I am also an INFJ (Counselor)! It is so weird that so many of us are, as everthing I have read says they are really rare. Cool.
Sidenote – I was an ENFJ when I was younger, but as an adult, I have gotten more honest with myself about my desire to have more intimate relationships and my need for a lot of alone time. The INFJ profile fits me SO much better than ENFJ ever did…
The most sensitive of the Idealists is the Healer (INFP). While their list of jobs may echo that of other Idealists, they are more drawn to express their own unique vision of the world than all other types, so their work cannot help but be unique. They interpret their visions in the world of music, art, entertainment, or dance. As a professor or teacher, counselor or social worker, they often unlock the mysteries of life for those they encounter. In business they are drawn to organizational development and human resources careers. They may have a religious calling or seek work as a librarian. Their careers need to be in alignment with their personal values. Says Kay, “I chose health education so I could touch the lives of others to help them make better choices about their lives. I know I’ve done some good.”
I’ve taken the myers-briggs probably 5-6 times in my life and I’ve always been an ENFP, this time I was an ENFJ
*BUMP* for all the night bees to want to play.
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