My Jung/MBTI results from March, 2014:
Your type is: ENFP
ENFP - "Journalist". Uncanny sense of the motivations of others. Life is an exciting drama. 8.1% of total population.
(55%) > (I)
(66.67%) > (S)
(52.5%) > (T)
(71.43%) > (J)
The last time I took a Jung/MBTI was in Mid 2011, from a different provider. My results were:
Your type is : ENFP
33% (of 100%)
25% (of 100%)
75% (of 100%)
67% (of 100%)
It is interesting to see the ways I have changed in the past few years when I compare those results to one another.
I'd say that I am perhaps a bit older, a bit wiser, possibly a little less narcissistic? My old self-summary was longer than the list of people who would tell you it was bullshit, so I'll keep this short and just say that most people either love or hate me and many if not most tend to start as one and wind up the other in the end.
As far as employment goes, I started a tech company last year with two other nerds and while I'm not close to early retirement or anything, it has afforded me the ability to turn a hobby into what I do for work. I also am known to pick up a part-time job from time to time as a way to get away from the computer and pay for my multitude of hobbies.
I have been in a committed polyamorous relationship with my fiancee, AwesomeofPossum, for several years now. We believe there are so many ways to experience life and the world around us and we choose to be polyamorous because it works for us, we don't have the delusion that it is desirable or plausible for for everyone. That being said, we both learn best through our experiences and believe polyamory offers us a way to expand and grow beyond our relationship. Additionally, the journey to be a healthy polyamorous couple is one of sacrifice, understanding, self-realization, and the immense growth that comes with learning to love someone as a deliberate action rather than the result of a feeling.
In a nutshell:
• We believe our relationships with others, whether platonic or romantic, should develop naturally and organically without putting too many restrictions on them ahead of time.
• We are satisfied with our relationship and it has been polyamorous since the beginning. We didn't "open it up" as a crutch to ignore issues with our intimacy or communication or to find lacking sexual satisfaction
• It isn't about sex or finding a next best or any of the many common misconceptions of polyamory. Ideally, it is about learning what other have to teach us and making powerful connections along the way.
Putting myself in the shoes of another.
Showing up at the moment I am needed most.
Saying things at the moment they are needed least.
Breaking the Ice.
Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson
Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
Song of Ice and Fire Series by George R. R. Martin
Harry Potter Series by J. K. Rowling
Traitor by Matthew Stover
Lies My Teacher Told Me by James Loewen
A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn
Out of the Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis
Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks
The Good Night
But I'm a Cheerleader!
Synecdoche, New York
Little Man Tate
The Dark Crystal
The Truman Show
The Matrix Trilogy
Ip Man 2
The Dark Knight
Man of Tai Chi
The Big Lebowski
God Bless America
The Sleep Room
House of Cards
Trailer Park Boys
Malcolm in the Middle
Game of Thrones
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Parks and Recreation
Medicine for the People
Explosions in the Sky
GodSpeed You! Black Emperor
The Tallest Man on Earth
5-Layered Homemade Macaroni and Cheese
My mom's scones
My homemade bread I make
Vulva La Femme
Total garbage calories
...you are seeking adventures of an unknown nature.
...you are not just looking for a one night stand or frivolous sex.
I have facebook too.
I give my number away to people who I deem interesting.