so i'm on a chapter in a book in which the author talks about regrets.
I don't have any regrets, and don't think I will have any, because I feel like I'm making the right choices for my family when the choice is presented to me.
See? THAT's what I'm talking about! People aren't mathematical formulas.
"Would you rather die by snake bite or by ingesting drain opener?"
Um, neither, please.
But I can tell from your trouble with this particular quiz that your third letter on the Myers-Briggs personality test (which does manage to account for human complexity better than other tests of this type) is probably a T. ;)
In his particular case, I just used the love languages book (lent to me by a friend) as a jumping off point and realized there was a glaring need of his that I hadn't been seeing.
I'm being vague about the particular need because it's a personal topic and if I were to come out and say specifically how I'd screwed up, I'd get flamed and that would be pointless. In any case, I do have a fairly good relationship with my son today, considering that he's 13.
So everyone lived happily ever after.
Hey now! No insults please, those are against TOS ;). Do tell, what in the XYZ is a 'T'.
ETA: I found a M-B online (no idea how reliable that may be), and it scored me with: Extravert: 1; Sensing: 1; Thinking: 38; Judging: 67
If you don't risk anything, you risk even more. Erica Jong
No insult intended. I'm also a T (actually, everyone is a combination of 4 letters), but people whose letter combo includes a T (instead of F, the other possibility for that position), tend to take apart quizzes and question them, or turn into Grammar Hags.
I do like the M-B inventory. I think it can be a helpful tool for people choosing a career, or figuring how to communicate in a relationship. But it's just a tool, not a judgment.
--Ashley, doomed to be an INTP for life