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ya I was 51% thinking and 49% feelingI could of been the protagonist
Id say i was very similar to bear,Jus less happy and more unemotional and apathetic, also more shy and awkward
Welcome to the club pal!
We are the moral stick in the mud people.
It's nice that you want to work in a sector that is dedicated to helping others.
It took me going through something to realize it's what I want to do.
It's easier to help others in a fight that you have already fought in the past, I can relate to that.
Its why I have taken such an interest in domestic violence and intimate partner violence issues.
I'm sorry this has happened to you. It must be such a horrible thing to go through.
I have complex PTSD from it. It sucks but I'm working through it :)
Welcome to the club. I also have that but for different reasons, more related to childhood. In any case, I think we both have in common the fact that the ones we thought we could trust the most ended up betraying our trust and harming us. It's really not a nice feeling and it's really tough to heal all the wounds.It's great that you're working on it, working on feeling better and I sincerely wish you the best with that! :)
Thank you kindly. I wish you the best in recovery as well! It's not an easy road to navigate but well worth it.
Thank you! I agree, it's a long and hard journey but, honestly, when you look back to how you were a couple of months ago and notice all the progress you made, that's so satisfying. You become a better, happier person and it's all thanks to your work. To me, this journey is not about reaching the end, about a precise end goal, but more about looking back and how far you have gone.
That is absolutely right. It should be about getting yourself to a better place where you can look back and see how far you've come.It's amazing how one can be dead set on never being able to do something again and you are able to see how your mindset has changed over time.
I agree, noticing how much your mindset has changed for the better is amazing and, frankly, sometimes, I'm wondering how I managed to do it because of how big the change is compared to my original state. Like you said, it's so rewarding.
Is this a journey you have faced alone, if so I must say it takes strength and the ability to self reflect on your inner thoughts. It's no easy feat, that is for sure.
I reached out to a therapist for that but, otherwise, nobody else did this journey with me. I honestly couldn't have done it without professional help because there has been so many twisted things I had to fix that I could never have figured out all on my own.And you, did you get help?
Well currently I'm only a month out of my abusive relationship and while I cry less I have a long ways to go still. Sadly not my first abusive relationship. I reached out to a therapist. Who I have met with once. I'll be seeing her a monthly basis. I meditate, I journal when needed and have a workbook for anxiety and depression. I'm a social service worker... not registered because I'm not finished school. So I have an understanding as to what I need to do but it's hard to apply to yourself.
Oh so it's very fresh. If you tend to find yourself in abusive relationship "regularly", there could be a pattern probably tied to childhood. My therapist once said "You either date your mother or your father". I didn't understand it until I realized that my sister's abusive ex was basically like my father. Maybe you could explore that and see if you find anything interesting that resonates with you.Indeed it's easier said than done when it comes to working on yourself but what matters in my opinion is not losing hope, always wanting to get better.If you ever feel bad or like you want to talk to someone to vent out or anything like that, feel free to PM me.
Thank you, that is a very kind offer :)
You're very welcome! I know how it feels to be at the bottom of the pit, surrounded by darkness and I wish that upon nobody. That's why I invite people who might feel bad to talk instead of facing this darkness all alone. Strength is in numbers and, although I can't guarantee that I will be of help, I can at least try.
That is wonderful that you offer a lending ear. You are most certainly making a difference in lives of others who need it.
Thank you! That's more or less my goal, to bring someone at least a tiny bit of hope so that, hopefully, it will make their life or day just a little better. Besides, sometimes, that little hope I give them might make a huge difference in their life like driving them away from suicide for example.
@Cynicaldreamer hmmmmmm... I am a fellow ISTJ.
@Cynicaldreamer An adventurer for me... but... and it's a big but... a 96% ( thats ninety six!!!) introverted guy! And here was me thinking I was just an awkward guy on the internet ! Apparently I'm an equal awkward guy in real life! lol
I got the rarest. I would say it's pretty spot on except for when it got to privacy because I'm a very open person but other than that everything else describes Me to a T.
Looked at the manager section and man that's spot on because I never yell at My people but I encourage them. I always thought I was a horrible manager because I'd slide stuff under the rug to keep running smoothly but the projects always got done and I was the preferred guy they always used. The crews also liked Me because most client reps yell and I'm probably the the most laid back manger in the gulf. I do feel though that I'm a horrible boss though because I can't get in touch with My inner asshole like some men can.
@KrakenAttackin Alright, a fellow ISTJ! Yeah, we are awesome. We keep the other personalities organized (or try to, lol)
@jkm1864 Ah, are you the rare INFJ? That is awesome sir! I have to admit I don't come across many; they're very unique- in a good way that is :)
@AndrewMG You're an ISFP? Haha, that is awesome! "People with the Adventurer personality type are relaxed and warm, and their “live and let live” attitude naturally makes them likable and popular."
I always felt I was different like I never fit in. My friends always thought I was kind of uptight because I wasn't one of those guys whom messed around. I always figured it was My messed up childhood but reading this made Me feel better and I don't quite feel so alone anymore because I know others are just like Me even though it's rare. I do agree though I'm very authentic and I don't like people whom lie. I am also very good at spotting lies because I have a memory like an elephant and I can remember things said to Me years ago and if it changes something will eat at the back of My mind until I figure it out. Yes I also overthink things too and I have a real curious mind that hungers for knowledge so I spend a great deal of My time reading about 8 to 16 hours a day. I am also very political and passionate about freedom and equality so yes this report was spot on and it's amazing to see it.
Looks like You have three of them on this post atm. I guess they are not common but since We hunger for truth that's why are on here.
@jkm1864 You sound like me to an extent: I was a bit of an outcast growing up as well (still am really). I rather enjoy my own company than deal with fake people who lie or mess around. The fact that you're passionate about what makes you happy is a GOOD thing! Don't try to fit in with others; that is overrated. Nowadays there are too many sheep in the world, part of the problem with society: people are too considered with fitting in or making others happy rather than their own happiness. It's good that you're who you are, don't try to change that.
Yeah but sometimes I just feel weird. I don't really chase after friendships and the ones I do have are real quality friends. I'm kind of a loner but I generally only worry about one relationship and that's My partner whom I give everything to and reading that description was down to a T.
@jkm1864 Well said.
😯 never heard of it
I see that almost everyone here is on the introverted side. That's interesting to know.
RE : update For real lol where are all the INFs lol where you guys hiding? 🧐 Maybe I think are more likely to bother with the test 😛🤓🤷♀️
INTJ ( not I think)
And I meant ENF INF etc
I’ve been doing these since I was I don't know way back... I always score INTJ even if I switch the answer that I’m not 💯 sure of on to their opposite.
sorry to let you down I was ENT not ENF but close lol
@blutwolfe 😂😂You’re fine 😛I want someone to erase everything after my first answer all scribbles 🤦♂️
lmao you just like the topic nothing wrong with it, people do the same with topics they're passionate or interested about lol
@blutwolfe It’s all the oh no I meanNo I meant Oh and — that stuff gets to me after the fact.. but never or at least not enough - during.
lol I wouldn't worry about it lol, you're just clarifying
@blutwolfe IndeedThanks! 😀
You got the same one as me.
What does the A stand for? Abstract?
@VIVANT It's between A and T, standing for "Assertive" or "Turbulent".
🙌 Not surprised 😎
I’m on CONSUl
I’m a consul * , don’t know what happened there 🤦🏻♀️
I dont remember what it was, sorry