I'm just a little curious how this PerC blog works. :)
So I got the result RCOEI for the first time yesterday after taking the test multiple times. I was questioning the results since they somehow looked very harsh and dark at first glance. But I somehow enjoy the results to be honest. Anyhow, I had a conversation with my female ENFJ friends who listed some of the results and thought it made RCOEI people look like possible animal-slaughters, murderers, etc.
But then I described it to her:
So, I've been trying to figure out what personality type my soon-to-be sister in law is. What I know so far is:
- She is Extroverted. As soon as she walk in a room, my energy turns into boiled spaghetti. Even my extroverted partner get drained from her Extroversion. He's an entj. What I am not sure about:
- N / S. She seems to be very much here and now, which is typical for Sensing people. Her planning-for-the-future is challenged
I took the Big Five Test (five times, just in case) and got the results: RCOEI and Inquisitive.
The results tells me a lot about what I am not. What lazy person wrote this? There are 15 not's in the description. "Not wild and crazy", well, you mean calm, don't you? Ok, some not's are needed. All the not's make me sound like a horrible person somehow.
Howevery, I do have to admit that the description fits me rather well. Not always, but mostly.
How do you get to know people on this forum?
Stupid question maybe. But I'd like to somehow create a circle with all 16 personality types. I want to get to know at least one of each 16 personality types a bit deeper than just stalking their blogs or posts. I want to figure the personalities different traits in an experiential way, rather then just reading about them on multiple websites. Even thought I might not get along with certain personality types (not sure which ones), I believe
... until deadline.