Monday, February 15, 2016

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The MBTI Blog Challenge: How to Write an ISFJ

Kicking off this new blog feel has been made somewhat easier by the wonderful Gemma, who tagged me for this post. It's aimed at writers, but even if you're not one, hearing about an ISFJ from one of their own can be helpful, especially if you know one.

A word of caution. I am an ISFJ, but I have a strong Thinking side, and some of what I say here might be influenced by that.
For you fellow writers out there, be forewarned: at first it may seem like your ISFJ should be loyal and sweet and kind. Please, please don't stop there, unless he is a very minor character. ISFJs are so much deeper than that, and often their more subtle traits are completely ignored by writers. Don't make that mistake or you'll have a shallow, weak character.

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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

MBTI Myth-Busting

There are a lot of myths about the Myers-Briggs personality test. What better way to begin my blog than busting them? Here goes! 

I just really wanted to use this gif. 

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