Fun Fact 11/19/20

When you are under extreme stress, your function stack flips and you act like an unhealthy version of your opposite personality type.

Should There Be an Age Restriction on MBTI? Part 2

Oh, yes. We are getting into controversial subject matter today! There’s been a lot of talk on r/MBTI about who should be able to study MBTI and who shouldn’t. Now I’ve already written an article regarding that topic, but today I want to dig in specifically whether kids and teenagers should be able to take …

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Fun Fact Friday 10/30/20

According to the MBTI® Manual, ENTJs are over Represented among behavioral psychologists.

Fun Fact Friday 10/23/20

According to the MBTI® Manual, ISFPs rank the highest in coping with stress by “Getting upset or angry and not showing it.”

Fun Fact Friday 10/16/20

According to PersonalityGrowth.com, INFPs can overcome writer’s block by allowing themselves to bounce around while they are writing and waiting to figure out the chronology later. Another important tip is not to obsess over finding the perfect words but just let yourself feel it out.

Fun Fact Friday 10/9/20

Isabel Briggs Myers’ father was an INTP.

Fun Fact Friday 10/2/20

According to the MBTI® Manual, ESFJs are the most frequent type among education majors.

Personality and Religion Poll Results

The day has finally arrived! Today I am releasing the unfiltered results of the Personality and Religion poll straight from the mouths (or typing fingers) of the poll’s participants. The purpose of this poll is to see if there is a correlation between personality type and religious preferences. Unfortunately, only 7 people participated, so I …

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Fun Fact Friday 9/25/20

According to the MBTI® Manual, INFJs are overrepresented in writing and appreciating art in leisure activities and underrepresented in watching sports.

Should There Be an Age Restriction on MBTI? Part 1

Oh, yes. We are getting into controversial subject matter today! There’s been a lot of talk on r/MBTI about who should be able to study MBTI and who shouldn’t. Now I’ve already written an article regarding that topic, but today I want to dig in specifically whether kids and teenagers should be able to take …

Continue reading Should There Be an Age Restriction on MBTI? Part 1