Myers-Briggs Personality Types of Children—Extraverted Kids

According to Myers-Briggs personality testing, people are born with certain traits or tendencies. They may be modified by the environment over time, but they don’t disappear entirely. The child who likes to play catch and climb trees will probably be an athletic grown-up. The one who reads books in her room for hours is more likely to be a scholar.

Myers-Briggs Personality Types of Children—Part 1: Introverted Kids

Many experts believe that Myers-Briggs personality tests are unreliable in children. Others claim that infants have their basic personalities in place from the time they take their first breath. Personality scores may shift over the years, but they rarely make an about face. This articles describes the eight introverted personality types in kids.

Famous Entertainers Who Were Alcoholics or Addicts

Eight of the most popular entertainers in the world, now deceased, paid the price of life in the spotlight with their lives—Richard Burton, Billie Holiday, Hank Williams, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, and Marilyn Monroe.

Famous People and Their Myers-Briggs Personality Types: Part 2, the Introverts

The Myers-Briggs personality test has been used to analyze many famous people. Part 2 of this two-part series is about famous introverts, such as Princess Diana and Marie Curie.

Famous People and Their Myers-Briggs Personality Types—Part 1: The Extraverts

Myers-Briggs experts have analyzed many famous people to make educated guesses of their personality types. Most politicians, entertainers and corporate leaders are extraverts. Read about some of them.

Introverted Animals and Their Myers-Briggs Personality Types

This article is about the introverted (I) members of the animal kingdom: the owl, sloth, deer, octopus, wolf, beaver, meerkat, and house cat. Unlike extraverted (E) animals, the introverts are generally quiet and shy.

Extraverted Animals and Their Myers-Briggs Personality Types

This article describes the more sociable animal species according to their extraverted (E) Myers-Briggs personality types: the fox, lion, otter, dolphin, honeybee, parrot, elephant, and dog.

Extraverted Disney Characters and Their Personality Types: Part 2 of a Two-Part Series

Disney’s world of animated characters contains all the Myers-Briggs personality types. This article describes the extraverts: Buzz Lightyear, Snow White, and others…with images.

Introverted Disney Characters and Their Personality Types: Part 1 of a Two-Part Series

Disney animated film characters have personality types, just like people. Alice in Wonderland is an INTP and Jiminy Cricket is an INFJ. All the introverted personality types in Disney’s world are described in this article, with images.

INFJ Meets ENTP

INFJs usually get along well with ENTPs. This may be surprising when one considers that they have only one Myers-Briggs trait in common—intuition (N). With their tendency toward introversion (I), INFJs are reserved and shy. Extraverted (E) ENTPs are gregarious and outgoing. As a feeling type (F), INFJs base their decisions on emotional factors, mainly […]

INFJ Meets ESFJ

When an INFJ and ESFJ are drawn to each other, the attraction becomes obvious fairly quickly— although the ESFJ is usually the more transparent of the two and is likely to make the first overtures. INFJs are generally cautious until they’re sure of a relationship. ESFJs are generous and outgoing, giving without any thought of […]

INFJ Meets ENFJ

People of the INFJ and ENFJ Myers-Briggs types usually make compatible friends and partners. It makes sense when you look at their shared traits: intuition, feeling, and judging. The two types differ only in their tendencies toward introversion and extraversion, and that’s not all bad. The introverted INFJ is likely to encourage the ENFJ to spend […]