Is it true that a persons weak functions may develop later in life? When and how is it manifested? -- can'ttellmytype
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A1 The weak functions will only develop if there is a need for them to be used. If a person often or continuously subjected to a situation which requires the use of their weak functions then these functions will start to develop much more than they usually do. For example, if you do not know how to make a cup of tea but there is always someone around willing to make it for you then you might never learn how to do it yourself. The same principle applies to all functions, weak and strong. So if you can develop your weak functions, then in the same way you can under-develop your strong functions, which is even more interesting subject... -- Admin
A2 I'd think they can change and develop. Mine changed over the years. As a teen I tested as ISTP, and twenty years later I test as INTJ. -- cs
A3 I do not think that your type changes, but you can better develope your weak functions to become more balanced. So as an INTP I have developed my 'F' more as I have grown older because I have seen the need and desire to do so. -- Anonymous
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