Just In: So I’m not a Control Freak After All!
Wow, am I relieved.
So I just took the Myers-Brigg’s Personality Type test. I’ve discovered that I’m an LTPB:
Long-Term Persistent B**ch.
That’s a joke.
I did discover, however, that I am in the category of the rarest type: INFJ. Only 1-3% of people are in this category. Others who share this classification are:
Osama Bin Laden
And then there’s me!
I answered the 72 questions in under five minutes and went with my first reaction to each, and quickly so. I was irked that there wasn’t a timer though. Did I mention that I’m also Type A?
Just a little bit?
Apparently, we INFJ’s are outspoken, creative, caring, analytical “feelers” with our fingers on the pulses of humanity, but you don’t want to piss us off because we’re “formidable in battle”. Our thoughtfulness and reflective thought processes can be mistaken for being aloof oftentimes, which would explain why that psychotherapist called me that that one time (as I dissected, categorized and hyper-analyzed her).
For other INFJ’s, here’s an interesting write-up (that sums me up in a nutshell, and no doubt, you too):
Website can be found here: INFJ Personality Type
INFJs make up only 1% to 3% of the population, the rarest of the personality types. They tend to be perfectionists who fear they aren’t living up to their potential. INFJs can always list the things they’ve left undone but have a hard time counting their accomplishments.
INFJs hold strong convictions and are deeply affected by the suffering of others. However, because they are introverted, they prefer thinking about weighty issues to talking about them. Those who are activists—a role toward which they gravitate—take up causes for moral reasons, not for personal glory or political power.
The INFJ is often found at disaster scenes as a rescue worker. When a person of this type sees people or animals being treated cruelly, he or she may fantasize about getting revenge on the perpetrators. Although INFJs are gentle by nature, they are formidable in battle.
This photo I took last month depicts the mood of an INFJ much of the time, for those that need a visual. 🙂 [Notice the smiley face] Helios 44-2 film/Digital rebel/manual- evening shadows
For those who want to take the official Brigg’s-Meyers Personality Test, go here: TEST
I’d love to know the results, so hit me!
This entry was posted on January 16, 2014 by monochromejunkie. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with Brigg's-Myers Type test, Carl Jung, INFJ, INFJ personality, psychological testing, psychology, social sciences, sociology, Type A personality.