INTROVERTS ARE PEOPLE, TOO!

Here I will relate a conversation I had with an acquaintance a person I barely know at a bar last night:

Person I Barely Know: “Wasn’t expecting to see you here tonight, Rebecca.”

Me: “My name’s not Rebecca.”

P.I.B.K.: “Becca?”

Me: “No…”

P.I.B.K.: Clearly struggling to remember my name, clearly has no idea Continue reading “INTROVERTS ARE PEOPLE, TOO!”

“If an INFJ Loves You, They Will Never Give Up on You”

Truer words have never been spoken (or, in this case,  written).

Today, instead of doing homework, I somehow ended up taking a personality test and then finding this fantastic Prezi about INFJs:

Care and Feeding of INFJs

Even though history is my first passion and being a nerdy English major is my second passion, I have always found personality tests fascinating. Perhaps because I am in introvert who is always felt a little misunderstood in this world, probing into the way other people function just makes sense to me (that sounds like such an INFJ thing to say).INFJ for the most part. Super touchy feely intuition goes out the window for me though so a slight tendency toward INTJ.  Introvert 22%, iNtuitive 22%, Feeling/(Thinking) 12%, Judging 44%  Go take the personality test: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp

I’ve taken the Myers-Briggs test a few times before and I have tested as both an INFJ and an ISFJ. I  identify strongly with introversion (I), feeling (F), and judgement (J), but intuition (N) is my weakest point, which explains the shift between S (sensing) and N. However, I believe I am more of an INFJ than anything, and the above Prezi  made that abundantly clear for me. Furthermore, I believe I have come to understand just how intuitive I am within the last year or two. A year ago, I probably would have identified more with Continue reading ““If an INFJ Loves You, They Will Never Give Up on You””