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Question #1262775866Wednesday, 6-Jan-2010
Category: INTj Typing Socionics Stereotype Theory
I would love to see an article of the INJT "uncovered"...some feedback from those who would like to share - INJT -- Anonymous
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A1 Do you READ this site before posting?? -- Anonymous
A2 loner, more interested in intellectual pursuits than relationships or family, not very altruistic, not very complimentary, would rather be friendless than jobless, observer, values solitude, perfectionist, detached, private, not much fun, hidden, skeptical, does not tend to like most people, socially uncomfortable, not physically affectionate, unhappy, does not talk about feelings, hard to impress, analytical, likes esoteric things, tends to be pessimistic, not spontaneous, prone to discontentment, guarded, does not think they are weird but others do, responsible, can be insensitive or ambivalent to the misfortunes of others, orderly, clean, organized, familiar with darkside, tends not to value organized religion, suspicious of others, can be lonely, rarely shows anger, punctual, finisher, this accurate???? - TEE -- Anonymous
A3 A1 This question is practically identical to this article question (with 47 responses posted 3 days ago) "ISFj Uncovered "Beneath the Sweetness"...Do you think the 47 responders READ this site before posting. -- Anonymous
A4 A1: No, it is not. They are very altruistic, highly interested in family and friends, enjoy having fun, and are generally quite optimistic. -- INFp guy
A5 Typical INFP guy response (just joking not really into throwing insults). But, seriously, if the article refenced in A3 Unconvers the ISFJ. What's wrong with asking the same question of an INTJ whether the poster read every portion of this site or not?...never mind, don't answer. For the orignial poster not all types have been posted as articles on this site. But you can find 7 of the 16 types uncovered here-> -- Anonymous
A6 @A4: (btw I think you were responding to A2, not A1) The description is accurate enough; Keep in mind that some INTj's are good at forming masks to fit with different aspects of their life, in order to keep everything running smoothly and in their favor. Also, if you're describing an INTj friend, remember that people who have the same personality type may not have characteristics at the exact same degree, with preference towards different aspects. Although, I have to disagree with A1 on 'unhappy.' That would depend on environment and background; as an INTj with a majority of INTj friends, 'unhappy' is that last thing that comes to mind when describing us. INTj's are also very hard to **** off; if it's project related, however, INTj's will express when they are annoyed without mincing words. They are very congenial when they are not working, and don't really bother themselves with making decisions if they aren't interested. INTj's follow things they are interested to the point where they get what they want, and then give up on it. Once they loose interest, it's challenging for them to get back into the subject. INTj's will usually know with certainty exactly what they understand and what they don't. They're usually not influenced by ego, and start to understand themselves on a very deep level in their teens while other personality types take longer. Social circles can't be bothered with; if there isn't a point, it doesn't need to exist (that's why INTj's are always impatient with small talk). They'll have a very close-knit group of friends, usually of the Introverted Intuitive; from this group of friends they have everything they need- immediate understanding and feedback, no petty emotional issues, same line of interest, and the same sense of fun. When they're bored, they can be pretty disruptive, though. They'll disturb other people(ones they're familiar and comfortable with, of course) and try to find things that spark their interest; or, they'll look withdrawn and depressed when they're really just re-thinking some things. They're also very stubborn and like to believe that they're right, until someone explains logically how they're wrong- they're easily won over by reasoning. -- herpderpINTj
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