anonymous asked:

Going with thinking through weaknesses first, I was once described exceptionally accurately as a"self-righteous attention whore." What might my type be?

Oh no. Nope. I’m not going to call any of the types a self-righteous attention whore.

Reasons that to do so would be a bad idea:

  1. I’d prefer not to be swarmed by angry people objecting to my answer.
  2. A lot of what might earn you that epithet has to do with behavior, others’ perception of you, and your personality. This includes mental disorder / neuroatypicality. (e.g. INTPs have little to no correlation to high narcissism, but Tina Fey, who has been typed by CelebrityTypes as an INTP, scores high on narcissism.)

Rather, I’m interested in why you might be called that and why you think it’s exceptionally accurate.

e.g. You like to preach about issues you feel strongly about regardless of whether people are interested (Fi) and love have fun in risky ways (Se).

e.g. You care a lot about what people think of you, and feel energized by positive attention at parties (Fe). On occasion, you like to dish out some nasty insults of your own, and these can be for petty reasons.

When I say weaknesses, however, I mean things you are bad at, not things that you do well that are perceived negatively by others. Let me elaborate.

  • Ti-inferior (Fe-dom): shallow, uncritical, over-trusting, easily swayed, dislikes having to think deeply by themselves
  • Te-inferior (Fi-dom): defensive, afraid of criticism, over-protective of values, passive
  • Fi-inferior (Te-dom): insensitive, cold, brutal, prone to being overemotional when upset
  • Fe-inferior (Ti-dom): oblivious, socially awkward (NOT in a cute way), bad at reading people, neglectful of people’s feelings
  • Se-inferior (Ni-dom): overindulges in sensory pleasures or abstains completely, easily overwhelmed (physically), bad at being impulsive
  • Si-inferior (Ne-dom): forgetful, scatterbrained, jumps into new projects without thinking, disorganized
  • Ne-inferior (Si-dom): afraid of change, tends to catastrophize problems, makes wildly inaccurate speculations, exaggerates when speaking
  • Ni-inferior (Se-dom): impulsive, unconcerned with the future, focused on immediate gain

I hope this makes things clearer.

oiblackestsheep asked:

Hey, so here's a question for you! A lot of people say that INTPs and INTJs can frequently mistype as the other. It's said that they can both appear very similar on the outside, and it's easy to mistype someone (if you're doing it on your own) based on demeanours and whatnot. So my question is, why do you think it's hard to decide on them, when they have zero cognitive functions in common and think / process so differently? Also, do you think you get a long with INTJs? Why or why not?


INTJ: Ni, Te, Fi, Se
INTP: Ti, Ne, Si, Fe

The two can appear similar outwardly because: they both prefer logic and abstract ideas/theories. This is, in my opinion, where the similarities end.

It can be easy to mistype in personality tests because a lot of those are dichotomy based, so it’s definitely easy to mistype as either. In terms of functions, I can see how Ni-Te and Ti-Ne can be confused. They both like abstract ideas and logic (as I said above). The difference, I think, lies in this combo if you dig a little deeper.

First: Ni vs. Ne. 

Ni tends to be more sure of itself than Ne. Ni likes to converge onto a single truth, while Ne likes to diverge into a number of possible truths. Ne tends to be flighty, going from topic to topic or idea to idea. Ni tends to stick to one thing. Ne is constantly changing. Ni may have a very specific idea of what it wants (however abstract that idea may be).

Ni says “this is true.” Ne says “this could be true, but so could a number of other truths. let me ask someone else and have an interesting conversation about it.”

Now: Ti vs. Te.

Aux-Te (INTJ) has the ability to implement their ideas. They’re good at organizing/planning. They value hard work. May be seen as blunt/direct.

Ti doms (INTP) like logical consistencies and like figuring out how things work. They don’t need to project their logic outward like Te, they’re happy doing it all in their head. They don’t need external organization. 

The difference between Ni-Te and Ti-Ne is that Ni-Te has the work ethic and patience to turn their ideas into a reality. Once Ti-Ne knows how something will end, it’s bored and moves on to the next topic. This is why INTJ’s may see INTP’s as unable to implement their plans or find practical applications for their ideas.

Do I get along with INTJ’s: 

I have the potential to get along with them if they’re not assholes. Their decisiveness can intimidate me sometimes. I also don’t like how much of a stickler they are (things always have to be done their way). Other than that, yes, I tend to get along with their fairly well.

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