Adding insult to injury, I paid $50 on an extensive report and online courses to understand myself better, but they said my REPORTED type is ENFP, but my ESTIMATED is INFP. What a kick in the gut. What do you guys think? I'll give you some traits people tell me to help you understand better:
- I try to do good things
- I tend to feel emotions very strongly. (If sad, I cry a lot. If angry, I lose my cool horribly, if anxious, I go in a deep panic)
- I hate loud noises and when people bother me, but ironically, I can be loud and silly too
- I have Obsessive compulsive disorder where my mind always comes up with worst case scenarios, intrusive thoughts, and I can't eat or sleep near antiques (weird i know)
- I'm lazy, but I always do my best to help
-Sometimes I hate social interaction, sometimes I like it
-I'm not a risk taker1 AnswerPsychology4 weeks ago
He was playing a game, and he got scammed out of it. He got angry and knocked over a stool, started hyperventilating and then cried. He has Asperger syndrome and has not had a decent school life. He had no friends. He's a hypochondriac who's always under pressure, especially during the pandemic. He is also usually never happy and is always stressed about possibilities that are likely to never happened. He told me "People don't understand how I feel and act. People are always angry with me because I think differently. I just want to be normal, but I can't. What should I do?"3 AnswersPsychology1 month ago
Today, I've been told by my family that my temper is too bad, and that I'll flip at the drop of a hat. I've tried to fix it, but I can't do it myself. They said it's not destructive anger, but I do get quite verbal. And it's not usually offensive. I just yell even from the most minor inconvenience.1 AnswerPsychology2 months ago
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My dad is a truck driver and drives around the state delivering snacks and pop at gas stations. The problem is he refuses to wear a mask no matter how many times I try to tell him. It doesn't help that he's always touching his face just to "spite the government." I asked my mom what she thinks, and she said if we die, it's God's way of telling us "it's time to go." They also refuse to wash their hands and said cases in Pennsylvania are "going down so we can do things again." How can I convince them to take this seriously? Thanks.9 AnswersFamily3 months ago
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If I ask a question, you have two types of people. A, they'll answer it or B, they'll belittle you and make you feel like a dumbass. But rarely, there's C, where a person bullies you. I've been on tons of websites, and this one particularly has some of the rudest, grouchiest people I've ever seen. And they act like they're smart, when they're really not. So, why is this?8 AnswersPolls & Surveys3 months ago
1. Generally friendly, but has a short temper.
2. Has strong emotions and can feel sad, happy or angry very sensitively.
3. Is kind of insensitive
5. Wants to do something revolutionary that will change the world for the better.
6. Has OCD, hypochondria, and violent intrusive thoughts that he hates
7. Obsessive about certain ideas.
8. Very lovey dovey and gets cuddly with the people I love. I say "I love you" a lot.
9. Doesn't think before he acts/speaks
10. Not a risk taker.
11. Has a fear of vintage/antique things, and will refuse to be near anything old.
12. Loves eating.2 AnswersPsychology4 months ago
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