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PHQ | QUESTIONS FROM COMMUNITY: In this episode Joel and Antonia answer a question from an INFP listener about coming out as other types on personality tests.

 

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  • Nigel
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    The “broken window principle” resonates with me extremely strongly… I’ve never heard it described in such accuracy! The tendency to let everything slide if just one thing is out of place or ‘not quite perfect’. I wonder if it could be related to enneatype as well? I am an INFP and enneatype 9w1 with a perfectionist streak so I think it could make sense. The relationship to a strong sensor tendency would make sense too as I have a strong SJ mother. Breaking out of routine and the familiar and being ‘adventurous’ has always been an issue for me… except when it comes to trying new foods.

  • Mona
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    I love to listen to your podcast but please change end music – is the worst.

  • Carissa
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    This makes SO much sense! Like the woman who kept getting results as either an ISFJ or an INFJ – the same happened to me. I know that ISFJ are a pretty common type, and I always thought to myself, “I feel way too misunderstood to be such a ‘common’ type”. So, I finally just broke down and read one by one each of the personality types. I identified myself as an INFP, it fit just like a glove and I was ecstatic! I felt as though I had finally found how I tick inside – I had finally found some answers to where I didn’t feel like I was lost. So, this is really great information regarding those who really feel they are an INFP but keep falling back with, “well, what if I AM an ISFJ?” or “well, what if I AM an INFJ?”. Thanks so much for the information!!!

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