However, I firmly believe finding your accurate personality - or sign up with an email and take test here (this site has amazing insight, podcasts and videos.) The key is to answer as you ARE and not as you would want to be like.Meyers Briggs/ Keirsey is what the 16 personalities is based on and has research behind it for a reason.If I did not have him to bring out my playful side I don't think I would laugh much actually. But I (apparently, according to those closest to me) can be hilarious. I like to initiate dance parties with my kids and I will do stupid things to make them laugh.Unless I am overtired or super high from an obsessive interest or connection, I don't show this side of myself to most people.It's not something most people would love and I try to keep this aspect of myself a secret. I can't explain it and if they are not people who interact with me everyday then it's not important to know. Most people describe it as "scary." "Typically, an INFJ is pretty even-tempered and reasonable, if somewhat prone to defensiveness, and while also perhaps quick to get their feelings hurt, they are also usually quick to forgive once it gets sorted out.(Read: once you've taken responsibility for and recognized how you were hurtful.I know that the prickliness is hiding a gooey center... If what they see is a bunch of sharp edges and pointedness, they are not probably going to stick around to find a way around that into the beautiful garden paradise your prickliness protects.They are simply going to assume you do not want them in your space, which sometimes is true but often is not."
"I know you are at your core a warm and loving person, but let's face it: you can be kind of prickly sometimes...
I don't take myself too seriously even though I do feel the heaviness of the world on most days.
My husband will be exploding with laughter at something I say or do which in turn makes me laugh.
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