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How Do YOU Use Extraverted Feeling?

Extraverted feeling is often called the “harmonizing” function. That’s because it helps us to understand and empathize with the moods and emotions of others. People with strong extraverted feeling can often absorb others emotions and feel them as if they are their own. This makes strong Fe users very good listeners who often know how to…

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Personality Type and Mental Illness – Part 4 – The Guardians

I wrote about the Myers-Briggs personality types and mental illnesses about five years ago. Since then I’ve had a change of heart and really don’t feel like it’s ethical to make any comparisons between types and the mental illnesses they may be more susceptible to. If you’d like to look into the correlations between personality…

Here’s Which Dog Breed You Are, Based On Your Personality Type
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Here’s Which Dog Breed You Are, Based On Your Personality Type

After studying mental illness and personality disorders for the last few weeks, I was in the mood for something more lighthearted. I’ve made fun of the ‘what type of dog are you?’ tests before, but I still felt the urge to explore this theme. Part of the reason I felt a desire to explore dogs and…

Dog Breed MBTI
Are you compatible? ISFJs and Relationships
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Are you compatible? ISFJs and Relationships

ISFJs are some of the most naturally generous and caring individuals around. They are highly motivated to care for and defend their loved ones (hence their title “The Defender”). “It is better to give than to receive” is the true motto of the ISFJ. If you’re in a relationship with an ISFJ, be very glad….

ISFJ Relationships