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Post by mia on July 24th 2013, 4:46 pm

http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp

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Post by laura ann on July 26th 2013, 10:58 am

I have done this test many times.
I am  never the same fter
 they say oyur one or another but never two.
But I have done it numerous times and either come out
ISFJ or ISTJ

haven't taken it for several years
but do know for fact I am a sensitive

this test then further research into that character does in fact help one to isolate some aspects of their characters.
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Post by Aussiepom on July 26th 2013, 1:17 pm

I'm introverted......Very Happy 

True,don't like mixing with crowds......especially large crowds......
Very true....
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Post by laura ann on July 26th 2013, 1:19 pm

I rettok test as have not taken in years
again got ISTJ

introverted.......50%
sensing.19%
Thinking.........1%
judging......22%

I feel everything to death
not a normal Leo.. hate crowds, bars, parties. Hate beign center of it all...prefer to  sit and watch  and feel
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Post by Guest on July 27th 2013, 3:52 am

INFJ
Introvert(83%) Intuitive(12%) Feeling(50%) Judging(22%)

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Post by mia on July 27th 2013, 5:20 am

I was INFJ too

I forgot to copy the result though and can't be bothered to answer the questions again yet.
I do remember I was 55% introvert.

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Post by mia on July 27th 2013, 5:29 am

Introvert(56%)  iNtuitive(25%)  Feeling(50%)  Judging(22%)

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Post by Guest on July 27th 2013, 6:03 am

That is a very nice balance.

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Post by mia on July 27th 2013, 6:06 am

That is a very nice balance.

Is it?
I sure wish I understood words as well as I do thoughts and feelings.

Thanks Stephen xxx

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Post by Guest on July 27th 2013, 6:21 am

I think so.You are not that introverted that you can't connect to
people.The next three subjects show a person of great kindness and empathy.

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Post by mia on July 27th 2013, 6:30 am

Thank you xxx

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Post by laura ann on July 27th 2013, 7:51 am

I either think it to death or feel it to death....

Mia is in fact one of the kindest humans I have had the privledge of knowing. Have told her that many times.

here is a quick shorter version as well of which I got
ISFJ...so go figure lol
http://www.personalitypathways.com/type_inventory.html
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Post by mia on July 27th 2013, 8:12 am

Stop making me blush Laura! lol

I did a test on that page you linked, but it must have been different to the one you did.

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Post by laura ann on July 27th 2013, 9:11 am

It is only four parts Mia.

little confusing  I agree.
you either choose the right or left side on  each section and click the  circle under each section.


there are many websites on each personality
like if you type INSF forum in a search engine will find one discussing traits etc.
I found people on mos tof them simply wan tto argue or eat one alive for lunch so avoid them  myself.
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Post by mia on July 27th 2013, 9:36 am

yeah well, it is a bit of fun and can pump your ego up a bit if needed lol

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Post by laura ann on July 27th 2013, 9:41 am

ahhhhh the preverbial EGO.... they are such a pain in the rump Very Happy
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Post by mia on July 27th 2013, 9:47 am

needed now and then to give one a lift xxx

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Post by laura ann on July 28th 2013, 12:10 am

this is an interesting expansion on the types
http://personalitypage.com/html/four-prefs.html
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Post by laura ann on July 28th 2013, 12:14 am

since 3 of us are INFJ except when I bounce INTJ here is a overview of us.I find it quite interesting that only 1percent of the population is INFJ
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The Characteristics of an INFJ
Main Characteristics
INFJs focus on possibilities, think in terms of values and come easily to decisions. The small number of this type (1 percent) is regrettable, since INFJs have unusually strong drive to contribute to the welfare of others and genuinely enjoy helping their fellow men. This type has great depth of personality; they are themselves complicated, and can understand and deal with complex issues and people.

It is an INFJ who is likely to have visions of human events past, present, or future. If a person demonstrates an ability to understand psychic phenomena better than most others, this person is apt to be an INFJ. Characteristically, INFJs have strong empathicabilities and can be aware of another's emotions or intents even before that person is conscious of these. This can take the form of feeling the distress of illnesses of others to an extent which is difficult for other types. INFJs can intuit good and evil in others, although they seldom can tell how they came to know. Subsequent events tend to bear them out, however.

INFJs are usually good students, achievers who exhibit an unostentatious creativity. They take their work seriously and enjoy academic activity. They can exhibit qualities of over perfectionism and put more into a task than perhaps is justified by the nature of the task. They generally will not be visible leaders, but will quietly exert influence behind the scenes.

INFJs are hard to get to know. They have an unusually rich inner life, but they are reserved and tend not to share their reactions except with those they trust. Because of their vulnerability through a strong facility to interject, INFJs can be hurt rather easily by others, which, perhaps, is at least one reason they tend to be private people. People who have known an INFJ for years may find sides emerging which come as a surprise. Not that INFJs are inconsistent; they are very consistent and value integrity. But they have convoluted, complex personalities which sometimes puzzle even them.

INFJs like to please others and tend to contribute their own best efforts in all situations. They prefer and enjoy agreeing with others, and find conflict disagreeable and destructive. What is known as ESP is likely found in an INFJ more than in any othertypes, although other types are capable of such phenomena. INFJs have vivid imaginations exercised both as memory and intuition, and this can amount to genius, resulting at times in an INFJ's being seen as mystical. This unfettered imagination often will enable this person to compose complex and often aesthetic works of art such as music, mathematical systems, poems, plays, and novels. In a sense, the INFJ is the most poetic of all the types. Just as the ENTJ cannot not lead, so must an INFJ intuit; this capability extends to people, things, and often events, taking the form of visions, episodes of foreknowledge, premonitions, auditory and visual images of things to come. INFJs can have uncanny communications with certain individuals at a distance.

Career
INFJs often select liberal arts as a college major and opt for occupations which involve interacting with people, but on a one-to-one basis. For example, the general practitioner in medicine might be an INFJ, or the psychiatrist or psychologist. As with all NFs, the ministry holds attraction, although the INFJ must develop an extraverted role here which requires a great deal of energy. INFJs may be attracted to writing as a profession, and often they use language which contains an unusual degree of imagery. They are masters of the metaphor, and both their verbal and written communications tend to be elegant and complex. Their great talent for language usually is directed toward people, describing people and writing to communicate with people in a personalized way. INFJs who write comment often that they write with a particular person in mind; writing to a faceless, abstract audience leaves them uninspired.

INFJs make outstanding individual therapists who have the ability to get in touch with the archetypes of their patients in a way some other types do not. The INFJs are also the most vulnerable of all the types to the eruption of their own archetypal material. As therapists, INFJs may choose counseling, clinical psychology, or psychiatry, or may choose to teach in these fields. Writing about these professions often intrigues an INFJ. Whatever their choice, they generally are successful in these fields because their great personal warmth, their enthusiasm, their insight, their depth of concentrations, their originality, and their organizational skills can all be brought into play.

At work as well as socially, INFJs are highly sensitive in their handling of others and tend to work well in an organizational structure. They have a capacity for working at jobs which require solitude and concentration, but also do well when in contact with people, providing the human interaction is not superficial. INFJs enjoy problem-solving and can understand and use human systems creatively and humanistically. As employees or employers, INFJs are concerned with people's feelings and are able to provide in themselves a barometer of the feelings of individuals and groups within the organizations. INFJs listen well and are willing and able to consult and cooperate with others. Once a decision is made, they work to implement it.



INFJs are generally good at public relations and themselves have good interpersonal relations. They value staff harmony and want an organization to run smoothly and pleasantly, themselves making every effort to contribute to that end. They are crushed by too much criticism and can have their feelings hurt rather easily. They respond to praise and use approval as a means of motivating others, just as they, the INFJs, are motivated by approval. If they are subject to a hostile, unfriendly working condition or too constant criticism, they tend to lose confidence, become unhappy and immobilized, and finally become physically ill.

Home
As mates, INFJs are usually devoted to their spouses, but may not always be open to physical approaches. They tend to be physically demonstrative at times, but wish to choose when, which is when they are in the mood. This maybe quite confusing to an extraverted mate. Often an INFJ's expressions of affection will be subtle, taking a humorous, unexpected turn. INFJs need and want harmony in their homes and find constant conflict, overt or covert, extremely destructive to their psyches. Their friendship circle is likely to be small, deep, and longstanding. As parents, INFJs usually are fiercely devoted. A female INFJ, particularly, is linked to her children in a way different from the other types: with almost a psychic symbiosis. This deep bond can create an overdependency that can be unhealthy for both mother and child. At the same time, INFJs tend to be good friends with their children, while firm in discipline. They usually are concerned about the comfort of a home and most especially the comfort, physical health, and emotional well-being of both mates an children.

Midlife
At midlife an INFJ can best continue developing the thinking function in the form of logic and the pursuit of theory. The pleasure of taking a theoretical model and applying it to a situation may be a source of interest which an INFJ may have been neglecting. While continuing to pursue the person-to-person in feeling-type relationships, at midlife INFJs may want to get more involved in working with NT's, who offer a dimension not dominant in NFs and vice versa. Carefully providing for rest and taking care of physical health is vital to the INFJ at all times, and mandatory from midlife on.

Mates
The oracular INFJ may opt for the inventive ENTP, but also may go for a different kind of contrary, namely the ESTP. The ESTP and ENTP, to the casual observer, look pretty much alike. Charming, suave, urbane, humorous, witty, fantastically easy to approach, venturesome, even reckless. But one is out to invent, the other to promote; this is no small difference. It takes an inventor to make a mousetrap, it takes a promoter to make an enterprise. To succeed, the promoter has to be, in the best sense of the word, a con artist. He must be able to get people's confidence. Now why would a meaning-giver INFJ be intrigued by an entrepreneur ESTP? Because he wants to help the entrepreneur find his soul and his significance in the scheme of things. Similarly, why is the INFJ attracted to ENTP? Because he wishes to rescue this iconoclast from his seeming folly (and let's face it, most inventions are abortive, or still-born).
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