There are many threads about how we stereotype ourselves into our functions, but I have been unable to locate one on how we break them. Given that INTJ's are often stereotyped as not believing in the functions to begin with, it's suprising we at least don't have one. So here it is, how do you break your own INTJ stereotype?
- I hate reading. Can't stand it. If anyone suggests I might find something enjoyable to read, I want to take the book and cram it down their throat.
- I have strong emotions. My friend have told me at times I have violent mood swings.