I'm Fine With It

I have done a few tests based on Jung's personality models, in Internet and just for fun. According to them I'm INTJ, and even though I don't fit the intellectual aspect, it reflects my values very well.

It's not that I don't enjoy having some company, but it's truly straining. Enjoyable work, but work in any case. After socializing I need a lot of time to recharge my batteries, otherwise I get very cranky. That maybe the reason I may have a reputation (or would have, if enough people would know or care about my comings or goings. I'm practically invisible) of being a bit of people hater. I have been called antisocial by my parents, friends and few teachers, but I think they are on the wrong track.

I don't get lonely easily, and a few social touches weekly keep me satisfyed. Realitionships with other people are important, but I want to invest to the quality, not quantity. My friends, few as they may be, know this and understand well me well enough to not question it.

I don't think being an introvert means the person is unhappy, shy, lonely or the like. I'm fine with what I have.
Fearofsilence Fearofsilence
18-21, F
1 Response Jul 24, 2010

I can be both an introvert most of the time and an extrovert when I need to be or want to be. I enjoy being an introvert and getting lost in my thoughts and recreational activities. I'm a cool person by many standards and being a Pisces guy alot of peeps tried to take advantage of me and I got betrayed by some close friends and family. So now I am more introverted than ever. It has helped me grow and progress. I make better decisions and am always happy even when I intentionally act like a **** to let peeps know I'm not playing their games. Being introverted is the sheet! People with bad intentions tend to stay away from the quiet people 'cause they think I'M CRAZY, lol.