I don't know of any words that explain the particular type of behaviors that I have in mind.
Earlier, I saw that a bunch of water was spilled on the floor, but to me it's just water on the floor. To someone living with me, they'd ask why there is water on the floor and then work to clean it up...
I can't think of any interesting place to find people. I scroll this this boards topics and they bore me to near sleep.
So why am I here? It's because I don't really have anywhere else to look.
What kind of places are there that you can enter to talk to people but not be immediately banned or...
1. Nope, nothing changed here.
2. I may have learned a little, but then I ended up learning that I'm still different than my own type.
3. I would say MBTI has had no real change on my life.
4. It changed nothing in terms of self-discovery.
5. At some point I didn't want to talk to anybody of...
I usually look for too long or not at all. My solution has been to raise my voice and suddenly talk a little faster and look at them in the eyes during that time. After I say the important bits, I may look down or wherever.
It's actually a lot more common than you might think. There are a lot of misconceptions about INTPs. They tend to be just as judgmental as other people overall.
It is almost counter intuitive. If you want some examples just look at the posts by fellow INTPs in any threads I have created (not...
This was an experiment to test what connotations people would use.
Interesting that if you word it a certain way people will imply neutral connotations.
If you word it in a way which expresses said offenses people will likely create an overwhelmingly negative reaction.
So if I said what do...
"This sounds I might have done back in high school when I couldn't make any sense of the world."
- You in some thread about broken INTPs or something
And what now? Have you conquered it? Have you discovered its secrets?
Hint: It's to have as much sex as possible in the shortest amount of...
That seemed like it would work, but it seems like isolationist is defined differently.
i·so·la·tion·ism (s-lsh-nzm)n. A national policy of abstaining from political or economic relations with other countries.
If a person rejects most physical, emotional, and intellectual interactions within the world, what does that make them? (By reject I mean is either not interested in or morally disapproves of)
At first, I assumed it would be an INTP.
Then again, that doesn't seem to be the case, as INTPs are...