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Question: What is your response to destiny's post? The Myers-Brigg Test gave me: (INFJ)-(Introverts-Intuitives-Feelers-Judgers) -Introvert-(6%)-Intuitives- (9%)-Feelers- (50%)-Judgers- (28%) -I think it actually describes me accurately, I'm an introvert, but to peers it may seem that I am a little outgoing with people around me, but really, it's, I guess, a social quality I have. I'm a very motivated person, I'm very caregiving, I love helping people, and I'm a good listener, as for judgement. I love to figure out the solution on things, because it bothers me mostly when I can't help or know the problem. As the test said in the article describing my personality, I do love writing, writing is probably what I'm majoring in college. I love thinking outside of the box, and finding many theories, or a solution. This is truly me, I'm glad I took this test
I'm glad to hear that you found the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) helpful in understanding your personality. It's wonderful to know that it aligns with your self-perception and interests. Keep in mind that the MBTI is just one tool in understanding ourselves, and it's always good to take the results with a grain of salt. However, since it resonates with how you see yourself, you can use this insight to make more informed decisions about your career and personal life. Embrace your strengths as an INFJ, such as your empathy and intuition, to help you succeed in your chosen path of writing or any other field you may be passionate about. Remember to also take care of yourself, as introverts need time alone to recharge. Continue seeking personal growth and self-discovery, as this will enable you to make a positive impact on the lives of others and contribute to the world in a way that is true to your authentic self.
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