MBTI Basics

Extraverted and Introverted Thinking

What Type of Thinker Are You? The Difference Between Extraverted and Introverted Thinking

Being able to use logic and reasoning is essential to living a fulfilled life as a person. Every single Myers-Briggs® type uses thinking, even if they got a feeling result on their indicator.  If we didn't use thinking we wouldn't be able to have any logical basis for our decisions, and we'd all...


Extraverted and Introverted Feeling

What Type of Feeler Are You? The Difference Between Extraverted and Introverted Feeling

Today I'd like to delve into the world of feelings. Feelings can be a very confusing thing; some people seem to guard their feelings in an iron chest; hidden and locked away. Other people wear their hearts on their sleeves, and they let all their emotions show forth vividly.  If you got a 'T'...


Sensor or Intuitive

Are you a Sensor or an Intuitive? How to Find Out

One thing I've noticed over the years of studying Myers-Briggs® personality theory is that a lot of sensors are getting mistyped as intuitives. This is kind of sad because knowing about personality type really can't help you if you're looking at the wrong information. Tests ask questions like "Do...


Introverted Intuition

The Magic and Mystery of Introverted Intuition

As an INFJ, I sometimes find myself at odds with my dominant function; introverted intuition. Often I'd love to sink into its depths and soak in all the pictures and patterns it gives me; other times my predictions are quite frankly, scary. I feel like I must do anything to change the scenery, to...


How Knowing Personality Type Can Make You a Better Parent

Every child wants to be understood by their parents. Every child wants to be appreciated for what makes them unique. Every child wants an opportunity to be heard, and to be allowed to be themselves. Most parents want to give this sense of understanding and individuality to their children, but it's...