The Elusive INFJ


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The Elusive INFJ

Rebecca Shortmanhttps://culturaldisasters.wordpress.com/
I'm from Alaska. I studied Business Administration and Russian in college, cofounded a technology start up in my early 20's and made a career out of technical writing for 10 years. I also briefly worked in long term residential treatment with adolescent girls and helped transition mental health patients to the real world from rehab and mental facilities. I discovered MBTI in 2011, used it for self growth, got heavily involved in the online community through different forums, websites, and social media outlets. I've authored a couple of successful entertainment blogs before but discovered my niche writing about MBTI in a stylistic, humorous fashion with a strong element of truth to it.For more of my works, Visit my Blog culturaldisasters.wordpress.com

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  1. I take been taking the test since I was 15 and so so about every 5 years since personally and people change. I always come up with INFJ. Even though this test is somewhat outdated now I found it personally helped me grow as a person and has been spot on. If any fell INFJ’s out there are looking for a good resource I found this website in my 20’s and it really helps you understand the madness that goes on in your brain. I hope it helps one of you. Good luck! http://www.infj.com/INFJ_Handbook.htm

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