Let’s talk personality types. Introverted? Extroverted? Unsure-troverted? 😉 If you know your Myers-Briggs type, tell us about it! If not, you can take this similar test and share your results.
When I took the Carl Jung personality test, the results said that I’m an INFP (Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving). I’ve taken tests in the past that say I border on being an extrovert. I’m soo close. Yet so far away.
The following description is pretty spot on. It’s totally me. I want to be creative in whatever way I can. When I’m at work, I can’t wait to get home and write something or do a scrapbook page. My job as a nurse aide is not creative in any way. I feel like this when it’s almost time to go home.
This is what Wikipedia says about INFP’s : INFPs are driven by a strong sense of right and wrong and a desire to exercise their creativity, even if only behind the scenes. Their weaknesses include sensitivity to criticism, poor organization, and low assertiveness. Keirsey referred to the INFPs as Healers, one of the four types belonging to the temperament he called the Idealists. INFPs are one of the rarer types, accounting for about 4-5% of the population.