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I am ISFJ-T Defender role -Sentinel
Read the profile and have to agree very much with the descriptions .
Born in JW left after 44 yrs .
Born in: Yes
Personality type as JW: ENTP (The debater quality in me, which I still have, led me to question the nonsense known as the Jehovah's Witnesses cult. I still consider myself an ENTP.)
Personality type Ex-JW: ENFP
It would be interesting if anyone else tries & compared
Human metrics test:
Introvert(84%) iNtuitive(47%) Thinking(100%) Judging(56%)
16 personalities test:
100% introverted, 27% intuitive, 97% thinking, 44% judging
Not really a significant difference, but I found myself choosing the middle option a lot more on the human metrics test. But I'm not sure what that means.
Born in: Yes
Personality type pre JW: n/a
Personality type as JW: INFP
Personality type Ex-JW: INFP
I got ESTJ-A (The Executive)
Strategy- people mastery
I was a born in jdub and I think this is fairly accurate currently. Had I taken this test when still under the watchtowers thumb I know my results would have been way different, definitely an introvert result. I didn't start to be outgoing until I realized "worldly" people were just people and not under satans influence and that they don't bite so its ok to say hi. As I leave more and more of my old mindset behind I do see more positive changes to my personality. I will have to retake this test in the years to come to see if it stays or changes.
I have remained consistent before & after. Was not born-in, but might as well have been since I was around it from ages 2-35.
The assertive part got me on the bad side of eldubs many a time.
ENTJ....born in never baptized.
INFJ - in all my life.
Controller - your charts are really meaningless without normalizing based on the general population. You're surprised at how even the distribution has been, but that in itself is significant since, for example, INTJs are less than 1%of the population. The fact that INTJs are about as common here as other personalities either means that they're MUCH more likely to wake up, or that they're much more likely to talk about it online, or some combination thereof (I'm in the "combination of the two" camp).The chart I think you are reffering to was showing how common the different letters where, E VS I, N VS S, etc.
In my last comparison between the different types, I took how common they are into consideration. And I made the point you just made.