Monday, May 5, 2014

Life as an INTJ Female

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11 comments:

Lisa said...

Hmmmm....being an INFJ, I'm the rarest "Feeling" Female group. Interesting Chart

annesquared said...

Greatly enjoy your blog! Anne, INTJ

kpatterson said...

From one unicorn to another, I enjoy your blog. Those memes, as humorous as they are, do resonate with me.

Cheers.
Kay INTJ

nlriviezzo said...

I am also an INTJ. It is true, one only encounters such rarity online.

alyssa dryden said...

I am an intj female and I am proud of it. I wish you would say you don't like that about me. :) lol. I truly think it's cool. It can be lonely but I'm ok with that...I'm a theology student so that is more time to study. :)

vcgray01 said...

This is the best post of all the blog posts. I love all the memes! I've loved MB for years and have been preaching it's usefulness.
We can't completely encompass a person's personality in a single framework - people are obviously too complex for that - but we can better understand the people who seem "weird" or "crazy." They're just different, sometimes radically I-can't-make-any-sense-of-you different, but they are their own kind of normal.
MB has REALLY helped me to understand other people, especially those puzzling extroverts who seem to "fly by the seat of their pants."
A couple books that I love are "Introverts in the Church" by Adam McHugh and "Quiet" by Susan Cain. (She and Adam actually got together and talked as they were writing their books, and she even talks about the extroverted flavor of contemporary American Christianity in her book. She also has a great TED talk.)

vcgray01 said...

This is the best post of all the blog posts. I love all the memes! I've loved MB for years and have been preaching it's usefulness.
We can't completely encompass a person's personality in a single framework - people are obviously too complex for that - but we can better understand the people who seem "weird" or "crazy." They're just different, sometimes radically I-can't-make-any-sense-of-you different, but they are their own kind of normal.
MB has REALLY helped me to understand other people, especially those puzzling extroverts who seem to "fly by the seat of their pants."
A couple books that I love are "Introverts in the Church" by Adam McHugh and "Quiet" by Susan Cain. (She and Adam actually got together and talked as they were writing their books, and she even talks about the extroverted flavor of contemporary American Christianity in her book. She also has a great TED talk.)

Comitessa de Luna said...

I just found your blog via a pinterest post. I am so happy that I did.

Noni Stremming said...

i love this.. fellow unicorn.. i am intj but not to the extreme.. i do prefer seat of my pants not planning because it doesnt give me time to think of all the things that could go wrong.. thus making me a nervous wreck.. and i probably wont correct your grammar cause well.. mine sucks too...lol... i love the fact that now knowing i am intj i can understand myself and why i love and hate being around people at the same time.. why after a social outing where i probably maybe had fun so long as there weren't too many people and i could talk one on one with someone.. i will feel like i am in the bottom of a pit for days after...why i feel more relaxed in the company of men that women... why if offended or hurt.. it carries around in my brain for days making me miserable. and why nothing ever seems good enough ( as hubby says) its just how i am .. constantly looking to improve something or know more or learn new hobbies( which hubby has put restrictions on for sanity sake)... its sad that all the people like me who get me are on the internet and far far away!

kazuya014 said...

Hello there fellow INTJ! I'm also an INTJ female. :D
I have this friend back then (I think he's INTJ or ISTJ) and when our other friends see us talking they are always thinkng we are planning something evil.... like world domination. hahahaha

kate nombrado said...

Hello there fellow INTJ! I'm also an INTJ female. :D
I have this friend back then (I think he's INTJ or ISTJ) and when our other friends see us talking they are always thinkng we are planning something evil.... like world domination. hahahaha

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