My results from the personality test: INTJ-T.
“It’s lonely at the top, and being one of the rarest and most strategically capable personality types, Architects know this all too well. Architects form just two percent of the population, and women of this personality type are especially rare, forming just 0.8% of the population – it is often a challenge for them to find like-minded individuals who are able to keep up with their relentless intellectualism and chess-like maneuvering. People with the Architect personality type are imaginative yet decisive, ambitious yet private, amazingly curious, but they do not squander their energy.”
If you want to read more about the T part, which stands for turbulent, it’s here.
In addition to being so rare, INTJ females also like to hide from the buzzing world by staying inside their homes, at libraries and other calm and silent places where others can’t disturb their analytical chain of thoughts. INTJ women are so hard to find that people started comparing them to unicorns and wondered if they really exist.
Ha! I exist!! I promise you, I exist!! I was surprised to find out we’re called unicorns. I’ve been calling myself an alien, and feeling like one for years. I like unicorn better. 🙂 It’s true about hiding from noise. I do it every day. The noise of the world is most difficult to deal with because it constantly interrupts my thoughts, and then I lose my place inside my head, and become frustrated. I am especially sensitive to repeated sounds, like dogs barking, birds cawing, water dripping, pens/mouse clicking, clocks ticking, people kissing, chewing food, slurping coffee or soup. Arrrrghhhhh!! I just can’t. I prefer silence, and if it’s not available, I use white noise to drown out the noise. There are all kinds of white noise videos to be found on Youtube. Or asmr. Really love asmr videos because it instantly makes me feel calm, and I can think again.
lol..I say this every time it rains! 😀
It’s my favorite kind of day.
Yes! This is definitely how my brain works. I’m constantly searching for a better way of doing things, and seeking answers to questions I probably have no business asking. I am super curious about everything. Heck, I even looked up “how to make fluffy mashed potatoes” after seeing this meme, and started reading about potato molecules. I’m not even joking. Mind you, I don’t even like or eat mashed potatoes, but I had to find out anyway. I’m in charge of Thanksgiving dinner every year, and I make them for everyone else. What I read won’t go to waste.
The mad scientist thinking, and experimenting never stops inside my head. Even if I find a better way of doing something, I’m only satisfied for a brief amount of time, sometimes seconds. Then I start wondering if there’s an even better way, and I immediately start looking for it. It can be downright exhausting, but hey, never settle for less than you deserve is what I say. The bar can never be too high, and you can never be too knowledgeable.
If you haven’t taken the test yet, you’ll find it here.