- Aug 15, 2015
I don't know if double posting is allowed, but I just want to bump this post hoping for other people to see it and might give opinions.
When it comes to figuring out your personality type, other people can only help you along; You know you best.
Depression makes personality typing pretty difficult. It makes sense in my mind that a depressed INFJ would be less organized and such (display less J tendencies) and come across more INFP- like, but that doesn't mean that is what's going on and there is more to it than that.
Check out these links: http://www.personalityhacker.com/infp-vs-infj/
It's possible that your J and P functions are just so close that you won't be able to put yourself into one exact type. INFx seems like an appropriate way for you to express your personality type (at least for the time being).
I don't know does this video help you at all... But it was funny, bit of parody, though. LOL
INFP is at 13:37 and INFJ is at 15:22.
Lol, this is really funny! I can kind of identify with the INFJ impersonation, though it's pretty generalized and so not really accurate; what about you and the INFP one?
Haha, yeah. It's very generalized. I am kind of scatterbrained in that way... Always inside my head and not ''really here'' or in this moment. My mind is wandering everywhere. Though, it was just a parody not everyone is same even when being the same type.
[MENTION=14069]wingedfriend[/MENTION] I may be jumping the gun here, but if it's emotion you're feeling after your imagination shuts down, then I propose INFJ. Fe is the secondary function in the INFJ personality type, and the fact that you're taking other people into account serves as evidence.
Here's a site I really like concerning the personality types: http://www.personalityhacker.com/infp-vs-infj/
See which one you resonates with you more.
I also went to an international school shortly after school. Not Japan, but China, since I speak both English and Chinese. When I was there, I mostly used Chinese. I also have a friend who came to America for high school but went back to Japan after sophomore year. She just finished her degree at a prestigious college in Tokyo (not Tokyo University, but one of the top five), and is now pursuing her Master's in the US. So, if you're worried about fitting in, don't worry. Things will work out. I promise. And as someone whose dream is to move to Japan, I envy you. I want to take the JLPT (Japan's national proficiency test for foreigners; there's one like that in China too) one day and read as much Yukio Mishima and Natsume Soseki as I want, in the original language. I asked my friends and they said you pretty much have to fluent if you want to read Soseki. So...better get working.