Group for those who are Introverted and those of us who are Loners. Someone who doesn't need other people around them to validate their own existence.
Jul 24, 2012
Great pics indeed. Just don't know what INTJ means. Is that because I'm not one?
Despite having a family, at heart I am still an introvert, which makes life a bit difficult since most people have a morbid need to have as many people around them as possible, and I on the other hand would like as few as possible...
Steph, you are of course very welcome! Very glad you liked them.
As mutual bird lovers and Myers Briggs fans, I thought you might be interested in this poster: your INTJ to my INTP
So cool Joan - Thanks so very much for the picture! Love it!
Thanks. Off to Google for a closer look, although I don't like the idea of being a "type". I'm ME, dammit!
Right Ian - it's just a personality test.
I can link you to my discussion on it.
I posted an INTJ discussion here too - just look at the discussions above
Ian Mason, you are right, you are you and no one has the right or responsibility to change you. These characteristic profiles can be fun and enlightening, but they can be dreadful, especially when someone thinks their style is better than others. Each person is accountable for his/her own behavior and if one has difficulty with relationships, these kinds of profiles can help identify problem area. So, have fun, get some laughs, and get on with being who it is you are created to be.
Jul 25, 2012
Robin welcome to the group!
Yeah Ian - these personality tests are just guides. They are not written in stone of course. You are you. And - you don't need to change. Be yourself.
Alexander welcome to the group!
Thank you, glad to have joined.
Jul 26, 2012
Jul 30, 2012
Aug 9, 2012
From my new discussion
Brain of Introverts:
"[This] supports the claim that introverts, or their brains, might be indifferent to people — they can take them or leave them, so to speak. The introvert's brain treats interactions with people the same way it treats encounters with other, non-human information, such as inanimate objects for example," Fishman told LiveScience. http://www.livescience.com/8500-brains-introverts-reveal-prefer.html
Aug 10, 2012
Glad to see you back Greg!
Good article Steph, thanks!
Aug 11, 2012
Scott glad you could join us.
I hope you enjoy the group.
Patricia I made a discussion on the article above.
I'm glad you enjoyed the article.
Aug 12, 2012
hi again Steph! Lots of interesting business going on around here. ;)
Aug 13, 2012
Hey there Joe! Welcome to the group! Glad to have you!
Aug 21, 2012
Idaho Spud thanks for joining my group and welcome!
Aug 23, 2012
Hey Michelle! Welcome to the group!
Sep 21, 2012
James welcome to the group!
Sep 29, 2012
Oct 4, 2012
Hi Michele. Yes, I've heard of the musician and singer-songwriter Nick Drake. Too bad he died so young.
How are you doing today?
Oct 8, 2012
Q: How many introverts does it take to screw in a lightbub?
A: 1. Duh.
Good one David - thanks : )
I second the "good one" David.
Oct 9, 2012
Oct 25, 2012
Haha, funny Steph. I'm just chagrinned that I sometimes fall into the endless blathering trap.
yeah I thought that was funny : )
Welcome new members!
Oct 30, 2012
Neal welcome to the group!
Nov 2, 2012
DHK welcome to the group!
So glad you could join us.
Nov 9, 2012
John welcome to the group!
Nov 23, 2012
Steph, just for the fun of it, I am sending my Myers Briggs results:
INTPSeek to develop logical explanations for everything that interests them. Theoretical and abstract, interested more in ideas than in social interaction. Quiet, contained, flexible, and adaptable. Have unusual ability to focus in depth to solve problems in their area of interest. Skeptical, sometimes critical, always analytical.
Steph, you and I make a good team.
Nov 24, 2012
Dec 28, 2012
Dec 30, 2012
I hope everyone is doing well.