Anyone here familiar with MBTI and Enneagram types?

Discussion in 'Rants, Musings and Ideas' started by Asdlax, Jul 12, 2016.

  1. Asdlax

    Asdlax INFJ 1w2

    Well, I'm a 1w2 INFJ. I long for deep, meaningful relationships. I'm often disappointed at how shallow and bland many people are. Sometimes I feel like I wasn't meant for this world because it doesn't appear to have what I am looking for. I'm just looking for a friend, someone like myself, who can speak to me on the same wavelength, who can inspire me, who can show me that the world isn't only full of trashy people. I want to feel understood, unalone, reciprocated. Is that too much? I just want to feel like I belong, around people of my own kind. I'm tired of being let down. The more relationships I form, the more intense my loneliness becomes. It only highlights how I really don't belong here. Why you ask? It's complicated if you don't know the study of MBTI and enneagram. They describe me almost 100% accurate so here's a bit about them if you like to learn and take the free test for yourself:


    It's based on human psychology study. This is a self-test so the accuracy depends very much on how honest your answers are. My result is INFJ - Type 1w2, which profiles you can read on those two sites.

    So back to my story, I'm lonely and I'm worried my loneliness and pain will only continue to grow as time passes by. It really feels like being a bird in a world of foxes.. I'd probably regret creating this thread soon. Ah. *facepalm*
  2. Event_Horizon

    Event_Horizon SF Supporter

    Hello, just something you may want to read. What you are asking for is not too much, what are you passionate about? What stops you finding groups or hobbyists with a similar passion? What in your view is a trashy person and how are you different from that? Have you considered that many people don't start from deep meaningful conversations, but it begins with asking about the weather? Biggest key to shedding my own lonely experience was figuring out both the value in small talk but also figuring out what I am passionate about, then finding others passionate about the same things. So I at least had one thing to talk about.
  3. SinisterKid

    SinisterKid Safety & Support SF Supporter

    Very, very interesting and on both counts, scarily accurrate, moreso than a lot of sites I have seen before. Theres a lot of reading to be done [which I am too tired to do right now] but overall, I see a reflection of myself and already knew where I expected to feature and thankfully, that shows I do at least know a little about myself. Years ago, outcomes would have been different as I was a different person then. Even so, I was pleasantly surprised how well both these sites identified current strengths and weaknesses. I shall be referring back to them in the coming days/weeks to read more.