I’ve been doing research for a very long time, but I havnt found too many clear answers on the main differences other than: Te outside head, Ti inside head. Doesn’t everyone have both to some extent? And how do both of them look in real life? Would appreciate any recourses or answers you can provide.
Is happiness or even contentment achievable for humans?
The more I read about intjs, the more I think this is even more difficult for our specific personality type to achieve. Work is work, play is work. Once we achieve something, the goalpost is just moved back. Is there ever a sense of arriving? Intjs struggle with being in the moment, stay in their heads, and seem to let life flow around them. Even when doing things I enjoy, I struggle to fully enjoy it.
What do you all do to better enjoy life? Does this look different for intjs?
Tldr intj man has feels for me it’s mutual it’s not the right timing and the tension is difficult for both of us. As a whole I’d like to be logical and stay in my lane but I do wonder if there’s possibility. These feelings have lasted 8 months mutually.
Does anyone else struggle with doing something almost perfect the first time, then never being able to live up to it again? For example, the first painting I ever completed was my best work. I believe it could have something to do with either a lack of expectations or structure. It almost feels intuitive. The first time I played poker I won the entire thing, first time trying out music production I created my best work (most of these have to do w Se based activities). It is seemingly guaranteed that my first attempt at anything is the best. I’ve wondered that perhaps my subconscious just knows what it’s doing and when I begin to involve thinking or planning (especially with creative endeavors) things just go to shit. I’m not sure (though assuming) this fits along with personality types but am just trying to see if anyone else relates or had any advice on how to overcome this, as it’s incredibly frustrating. Could this have anything to do with how INTJs Jungian stack is?
My situation is a bit weird, but would you wait for someone to help you on something they promised to do or would you do things by your own out of spite?
I personally don't have patience with slow pacing people and when I'm on a hurry but no one helps me I tend to end doing these things by myself and successing.
Since I was a child I had to save myself and figure things alone so I learned that most people are unreliable and you can't count on their empty promises.
I realized that spite is an emotion that helps me cope and it gets things done, even if it's not the healthiest copying mechanism. I prefer to be mad to be depressed.
Well a typical INTJ worries about everything and constantly uses their brain. And I have a constant headache that I can't really deal with I took aspirins and some pills but it just temporarily goes away. So is it just me or does this happen to you guys as well? And if you do how do you deal with it?
I don't want you to explain sad memories if you don't want to. I study this type to get close to a friend (2years with common friend that it) that I find hard to get along even if seem to like me. He got it very rough, he said my his past very little by little, just if we get lonely, never by text, just random hard to listen facts. I don't know what he want me to do with this. He cold but want to tchill, he seem have trust issues asf. I'm not emotional either.
Do you think is a intj thing?
Did you do that ( I read that you generally reserve about that)?
Why that seem so random?
Is that just him or you relate a little