I've been doing MBTI tests and reading about the stuff for many years every now and then. Now it's that time of the year again it seems. So I joined this forum. I didn't realize before that INTJ's, which I've tested as for years, are so rare. They seem to flock on these forums though, which is of course easily explained with the INTJ preference to better themselves and their knowledge about things and the great joy they seem to have for sitting next a computer for hours on end.
Sure, I've felt different all my life and didn't fit my classmates in school, but I've thought that's just some gimmick of individualism that people in general feel when they are growing up. Now, reading all this stuff, it's starting to seem that there might be people who feel like they belong even in school. I find it unimaginable.
Before I felt like the people i fall for are always the kind of people who love everyone and whom everyone loves back. I've loved this ENFP/ENTP (hard to say) guy for some 5+ years now. Before yesterday I hadn't realized that a lot of other INTJ's had experienced the same feelings for ENFP's or ENTP's. But there's the difficulty that ENFP's love everyone and everyone seems to love them! I mean, crap!
So firstly I've been doubting if I truely am a member in the 0,5 % of female INTJ's.
And second, I've been wondering where to find more lovely ENFP's or what to do with the one I know now.
I shall now bury my head back to these questions - enough extroverted thinking!
(And I gotta check these books on typing other people... absolutely fascinating!)
INTJ girl - 0,5 % of female population... finding it a tad depressing. But at least I'm like Ellen Ripley!!!