Myers Briggs Type Indicator.
I know there are so much more than this. I barely know enneagram cognitive functions, and shadow functions.
I love to go on peoples blogs and personality cafe all of the time just to learn more about the different types.
I seriously think that I should be a psychology major rather than film sometimes. Although I think that it will then suck the fun out of it.
I am an INFP and find myself to be pretty much the epitome of this type. It actually kills me how much I fit into the stereotype. Every once in awhile I am like “ehhh” but most of the time I am laughing at how accurate it describes me. Continue reading
I disappeared for two weeks. At least it wasn’t a month.
I always feel like screaming. But I don’t. I don’t for fear of judgement. So I sit there. Quiet. Saying things under my breath or in my head.
When people say things about the stuff I am passionate about and I have a differing opinion I hold back because I hate conflict. Continue reading
You may see me as outgoing. Standing on top of my shell. This only happens when I am passionate about something.
You may see me as chill. Head is poked out of the shell. This is who I am most of the time.
You may see me as withdrawn. Pulled all the way into my shell. This only happens when I feel exhausted or emotional. Continue reading
But not by the other person but by you. Like you used yourself.
You shared too much. Word vomiting. Afterwards you don’t really know what happened. You have this weird physical reaction in your whole body. It physically takes over but you can’t explain it. You try to remember why you said the things you said. Wishing you had clarified things or left things out.
I have had this feeling so many times when talking to people. It is like what just happened? Why did I bear my soul so much or share my personal ideas or opinions on things. Was it just because I was trying to fill the space and so I just kept saying the first thing that came to my mind? Continue reading
INFP: Introvert Intuitive Feeling Prospecting
Beauty and the Beast: A story of a beautiful woman falling in love with a lonely beast.
I saw a commercial for the disney animated Beauty and the Beast again today and I wondered if Belle was INFP because she seemed to have a lot of the personality traits that INFP has. Sure enough I check a website who has typed all of the Disney princesses and she was an INFP. Maybe this is why I have always considered her my favorite. Continue reading
I am an only child and being an INFP with two ISFJ parents can be difficult at times.
Let me first break down who ISFJ’s are as parents and then relating it back to how that affected me.
They want to have a safe, stable environment filled with love, care, and support. Meaning they won’t just jump into parenting until they can provide this. My mother and father waited five years after marriage to have me and my mother has always worked for her stability in her job her entire life. Continue reading
I have over the past couple of months become more interested with the Myer Briggs Test. I have made so many of the people in my life big or small take it just so I could learn more.
I have gotten typed at INFP meaning I am Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Perceiving as my main cognitive behaviors. I have read and watched so many articles and videos so here is my take.
I hate crying in public but sometimes when something triggers my emotions it just comes out. Confrontation usually makes me cry, has since I was little and now even as a newly adult I still have to hold back tears when talking to a professor. I take crying very seriously because it usually last for multiple hours, meaning once I’ve started even if I stop I can easily start again. I cry at some movies and in fact if I don’t it rarely can make it into my favorite movies. I also am usually never crying for just one thing although one thing may have triggered it, me crying at that moment may seem silly but know that silly thing that triggered it is about 20% of the reason I actually can’t breath and feel like the world is over. Continue reading