MB-TI May Not Be Perfect, However…

This post is rather different from my previous posts. It’s basically in response to most criticisms of the Myers-Briggs personality tests. It’s important to note that I do disagree with most of theses criticisms, and this post will be more about correcting the flaws in such criticisms, but MB-TI isn’t perfect. There is much that Myers-Briggs…

INFPs & Highly Sensitive People

In the previous post, I discussed the correlation between personality and sensitivity. Highly Sensitive People are people who are sensitive to intense senses like strong smells or loud noise. They are often characterized as shy by the people around them. Many of these people with this sensitive trait are reactive in nature. They think before…

Personality & Highly Sensitive People

One of the most fascinating things about personality is that sometimes, one’s personality can have a correlation with a person’s physiological structure. It can define a unique biology for one’s body and one’s mind. Elaine Aron has been researching a trait known as Sensory-Processing Sensitivity, and people who inhabit the trait are more popularly known as…

From An INFP’s Perspective: Extraverted Thinking

In the last three posts, I shared a few personal observations on Extraverted Intuition, Introverted Feeling, and Introverted Sensing. In this post, I’ll share my personal observations on Extraverted Thinking. “Te” is the INFP’s fourth function, and so it will be more conscious to the INFP than the previous three functions. The INFP doesn’t use…

From An INFP’s Perspective – Introverted Sensing

Sorry for the delayed post, I’ve been away the past week. Things should go slightly back to normal after this post. In the previous two posts, I discussed Extraverted Intuition and Introverted Feeling both from my personal, INFP perspective. In this post, I’ll take a look at Introverted Sensing again from my personal perspective. Many personality…

From An INFP’s Perspective: Introverted Feeling

Introverted Feeling is one the most confusing functions out there, and it is often one of the least understood. It also doesn’t help that INFPs, one of the few personality types that essentially “lives and breaths” “Fi” doesn’t fully understand it either. With “Fi” being at the top of the INFP’s cognitive stack, the INFP…