Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
The Myers-Briggs test has been discussed at length on another forum discussion. Just an FYI.
I always score high on INFP 85% introverted. I don't know if I am MD first or it is just a personality thing. MD seems a more relevant label because I have a trouble focusing because of internal day dreaming or chatter. I am unsure if I am highly introverted or just seeking out aloneness because I want to day dream.That would be interesting.
the description fits me pretty well except for being late, I am always early.
On Myers-Briggs I'm an INFJ (Counselor), which seems to be incredibly accurate for me. I took the Enneagram one too but I didn't understand the results completely and it probably wasn't very accurate because I couldn't understand many of the questions.
And I'm 87% introverted.
Mine changes depending on which voice in my head is out lol. But "I'm" an INTJ.
Well I let all of them take the test. They told me the answers and each one was different. I found it interesting. Sometimes it affects me, like sometimes parts of them transfer onto me like I can be highly extroverted and a people person, like Scott, which isn't in "my" nature at all. Sometimes I like and other times it annoys me.
Well I'm not like Sybil lol. I don't exactly switch as it were. 98% of the time the person in my body is me. The way to look at it is my body is a vehicle and I'm in the drivers seat. Sometimes there's someone in the passenger seat and they might be giving me directions. Other times they might have a hand on the wheel so we both have influence. Only a handful of times has someone else taken over in the drivers seat whilst I have a little nap in the back.
Sometimes it's confusing to understand who I am but for the most part I have a good idea and other people rarely see me anyway. I normally act like a different person in front of others anyway, which I'm sure is something others here can relate to. My partners the only one who notices changes.