[SIZE="4"][CENTER][I]It's a less than fond farewell to thee
O man whose system infuriates me
I simply can't stand it
Your temperament shit
Falls far short even of astrology[/I][/SIZE]
[SIZE="1"]^ Time travelers take note, this is your target, and when to find him. Bring the means to steal writing implements.[/SIZE][/CENTER]
I don't know if it has anything to do with my type, but I was extremely emotionally unavailable during my marriage. It wasn't that I had no feelings, or that I never showed emotions, or that I never listened to or comforted my INFJ wife when she was upset. It was, instead, that I kept a barrier up between us nearly all the time, a kind of protective shell that prevented me from becoming "too" attached to her.
I didn't want to become too attached... [I]to my own fucking wife[/I].
Since my marriage ended last year, I've been on something of a quest to really understand myself. This has been something that's had its ups and downs, but overall it's been pretty productive. I've been in therapy now for over a year, but I'm thinking about walking away from it because I'm not sure it's helping me anymore. I'm active here on PerC and I think I've gotten a lot out of that too.
My daughter's doing pretty well, too, but not long ago she asked me if I was going to get
When I first came to PerC, I had no background in MBTI, so I took a few tests and typed myself as ESTJ and then adjusted to ISTJ. The description of the type felt good enough, and over time I've been trying to understand the functions involved.
Others have observed things since then that, if true, don't quite fit with the type. I've been told my Ne is very strong, which is not impossible for an ISTJ as it is there (though inferior) and I've even been told that I'm using Fe. That last
My biggest hobby is definitely built around PersonalityCafe. I talk to a lot of people on the site too, so even when I'm not posting or commenting, I often have some kind of conversation going somewhere with a member. It's a beautiful and diverse community. I love it.
In real life, I don't get out much. It's kind of a groove I've fallen into, I guess. It's easier for me to build my day around doing things with my daughter, and my nights around interacting with the data and people