10 Things You’ll Relate to if You’re an ISFP
ISFPs are (unfortunately) one of the least discussed Myers-Briggs® personality types. They make up 6% of the U.S. population and are known for their practicality, passion, and creativity. They're quite an intriguing group of people and if you're one of them, chances are you'll relate to most of these 10 ISFP qualities. Not sure what
What's Your Animal Personality Type?
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is an expansion of Carl Jung's ideas about personality types, expressed in one of 16 four-letter acronyms that express your dominant traits. The official test is available online.
The Difference Between Extraverted and Introverted Feeling (Fe or Fi)
Today I'd like to delve into the world of feelings as they relate to Myers-Briggs. Some people seem to guard their feelings in an iron chest; hidden and locked away. Other people wear their hearts on their sleeves, and they let all their emotions show forth vividly. If you got a 'T' result in your
Psychological Tips For Love
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Judging vs Perceiving | Personality at Work
Judging and Perceiving, exploring the differences The J-P dichotomy is about how we prefer to live our lives and is the one scale that can change through choice (although we will each have a natural predilection for one or the other). This is not one of the scales developed by Jung in his ‘Psychological Types’ but was added later, in 1941 by the mother and daughter Myers and Briggs.