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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Posted by susan47 on August 26, 2008, at 12:52:54

I am an INFP; bound to be what I am, I wrote about it on Writing, wrong place to put it, but in any case here I am. When something doesn't go along with my inner values, I stop cooperating, adapting, and I become just who I am. I am my values.
Okay, so when I don't live in line with my values I am very, very unhappy.
(extreme unhappiness = mental illness?)
In any case, the MBTI is an interesting tool and extremely accurate it would seem. I wonder if my borderline Dx (plus depressive, but isn't that part of bordlerine? Is it? It's the way of perceiving that's the problem, and I am a perceiver... hahahhaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
F*ck it.
I had trouble remembering it is an INDICATOR not an Inventory.
So I see this.
A car, the car is me.
A road, that's the life paths, the career paths.
The car's indicator, that's the Myers-Briggs.
I think these women were brilliant, and necessary.
Thank you for confirming who I am.
Thank you for making it okay to be me.
Thank you thank you a thousand times thank you.
I love you.
I love you.
I love you.
(Susan47's new mantra, now and forever....)




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