Originally Posted by Fabienne
Countdemoney and Huntsman: if you were to use a couple of adjectives to describe each an INTJ and an NF, what would they be? Or if that doesn't work, can you give examples of behavior that cause you to use these acronyms for people around you?
Fab, sorry for the delay. In general, myers-briggs refers to how you like to interact with the world. It is about preferences in how you act, not abilities.
Here are some versions of a description that I read at 19 and thought the test givers had gone through my stuff:
I think you posted that you're an intj? If so, you'll probably recognize some of the above descriptions in yourself.
NF's, ahh NF's. You can sometimes here the phrase, "rich NF-y goodness". NF girls can often legitimately described as being "sweet". NF's at their best, tend to be very warm people who also readily entertain different ideas about the world. Sometimes a little "flighty" or "goofy", it's very natural and very easily forgiven. Their sense of fantasy generally means that they can brainstorm with an INTJ (which intj's love) and their personal warmth tends to be attractive to intj's who do enjoy personal warmth but don't always express it in obvious ways.
If she likes cats or puppy dogs and laughs at austin powers, mel brooks or enjoys the film the princess bride she's probably an NF.
Hope this helps. Type theory tends to be useful in helping you more quickly figure out how to interact with people you may have difficulty interacting with. It can also help you more easily make some people feel comfortable.