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People Who Steal Things from Cars

Who knows what goes through the minds of thieves who break into cars and steal things? Feelings of inadequacy? Boredom? Excitement? Here are their  hidden messages: “I don’t have the resources or skills to get things like this myself.” “I’m jealous of you for acquiring these things so easily, when I can’t. “I hate you […]

Are You a Problem Drinker?

Are you an alcoholic? Most people who are developing a problem with alcohol can explain away early symptoms. For example, if your parents have voiced their concern, you may write them off as being prudes or overly protective. Is your father a drinker? Your answer might be, “Yes, but that has nothing to do with […]

How To Seduce an INFJ Woman

The way that men and women express themselves in love matches differs widely. Much of the difference can be traced back to Myers-Briggs type. Some types are more sexual than others. Both INFJ men and women are intense and creative in their love lives. Let’s say you’ve met an INFJ woman and she fascinates you. […]

How to Attract a Man

A man feels good when he must work hard to be with a woman. It’s almost a law of nature. Watch nature specials! Notice how hard male animals work to get the approval of females. Bower birds are a dramatic example. The male builds a large nest and adorns it with acorns and other flora. The […]

INFJ Women as Lovers

The INFJ female is an intense, passionate woman. She is drawn to the opposite sex, but few of them turn out to be long-term partners because they’re the wrong type. Still, the woman keeps trying. If she finally meets a man with a compatible personality and finds him moderately attractive, the connection usually strengthens. The […]

Introverts at Risk

Each of the sixteen Myers-Briggs types is unique and different. Some types are outgoing and gregarious, while others treasure their privacy. Some are serious and others are fun-loving. Some are warm and giving and others are cool-headed and objective. A few of the types have similar descriptions. That’s because they have several traits in common. […]

Are You a Perceiver or a Judger?

The last pair of eight Myers-Briggs preferences are Perceiving and Judging. They relate to how people organize their lives. Perceivers are more spontaneous and adaptive than Judgers, and Judgers are more structured and organized. People have some misconceptions about Perceivers and Judgers because of the labels they wear. Perceiving has little to do with perception […]

Procrastination: An Equal Opportunity Trait

A key element of time management relates to procrastination—putting off until tomorrow the things you could do today. Everyone procrastinates. Sometimes we get the impression that it’s the Perceivers who are most guilty—with their laid-back, flexible approach to life and their tendency to be late for deadlines, etc. Not so. There are ways and times […]