There's a little bit of a language warning in this post, if you're sensitive to that kind of thing. Myers-Briggs and being an INTJ are by far my most popular blog topics, and the most fun to write. There are occasional criticisms--I’m too wordy for an INTJ, I come off as arrogant (a common criticism … Continue reading Getting a New Perspective on my INTJ Posts
You’ve found your people. Introverts. The Internet Is Full of Us Socializing on our terms. Avoiding crowds and awkward small talk. Sharing our interests and hopes and fears as easily as politicians deflect questions. American society is very much an extroverted one. Children do group projects in school. Adults have to demonstrate “teamwork” or their … Continue reading The One Thing Introverts Need to Remember
More people have come to understand and appreciate introversion in recent years, largely thanks to the Internet. After all, the World Wide Web is the ultimate platform for introverts to find their voices and demonstrate their talents. But still, misconceptions persist. Sometimes I meet people who insist they are not introverts because they are outgoing … Continue reading Signs That You Are (or Are Not) an Introvert (or Extrovert)
Instructions: Answer the questions with “Yes” or “No.” 1. Are you surrounded by idiots? 2. Are people afraid of your resting bitchface? 3. Do you often fail to play nice with others? 4. Have you failed to notice someone's new hairstyle? 5. Are you known for your brutal honesty? 6. Do you often get bored … Continue reading Are You an INTJ? Take This Quiz!
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