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The Best Qualities of Each Zodiac sign

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ARIES


  • Very hard workers
  • Excellent improvisers
  • Tend to be adventurous and fearless
  • Types of people who are willing to “dive right in”
  • “Live in the moment” types of people
  • Thrives on action, excitement and adventure
  • Strong desire to be free and unconfined
  • Straight-forward and honest
  • Tend to be “big kids”
  • Tend to be good athletes
  • Energetic
  • Able to succeed at anything they put their mind to
  • Take-charge kinds of people – tend to naturally step into leadership roles
  • Unthreatened by conflict/criticism
  • Typically self-confident
  • Excellent in crisis situations
  • Caring and protective over those they love
  • Fiercely independent
  • Very loyal to those they consider close to them
  • Fun-loving, enthusiastic, excitable, spontaneous
  • Can be highly perceptive and observant
  • Typically optimistic and fun to be around
  • Not the kinds of people you could ever call lazy
  • Usually willing and eager to spend time with their children

TAURUS


  • Dependable, trustworthy
  • Very hard workers
  • Generally resilient
  • Usually rational, logical, practical, and realistic
  • Very loyal to those they consider close to them
  • Respects others’ space and privacy
  • Gifted at planning and carrying tasks through to completion
  • Can be very laid back
  • Generally quite calm – tends to take a lot for them to exhibit their enthusiasm/excitement
  • Typically good with money
  • Tend to take wonderful care of personal belongings – likely to have very attractive homes, cars, etc.
  • True appreciators of the “finer things in life,” like good food, good wine and aesthetic beauty
  • Great team players
  • Likely to love animals and/or children
  • True appreciators of aesthetic beauty and nature
  • Warm and friendly
  • Good eye for beauty, space, function – likely to have lovely homes
  • Seek lifelong relationships
  • Show affection through their actions
  • Focus on enjoying the here and now
  • Keenly in tune with their senses – look, smell, sound, feel

GEMINI


  • Typically highly intelligent
  • Excellent improvisers
  • Tend to be simple and uncomplicated in their desires
  • Loads of fun to be around
  • Thrive on excitement
  • Enjoy interacting with others
  • Can be highly adaptable
  • Not the kinds of people you could ever call lazy
  • Likely to firmly believe in the equal and fair treatment of all people
  • Lovers of factual knowledge, they are naturally able to store a tremendous amount of facts within their minds
  • Typically able to move on after a relationship has ended with relative ease
  • Action-oriented – like to be up and about
  • Solves problems rather than ignoring them
  • Curious – strongly compelled to understand how things work
  • Highly conversational and friendly
  • Tend to be good storytellers
  • Energetic
  • Desire to believe the best in people
  • Typically upbeat and popular, they are truly “people people”
  • Typically able to concisely communicate what they are thinking
  • Witty and clever
  • Generally “light and free” kinds of people
  • Love new people and new experiences
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Good peacemakers
  • Typically treat everyone as a friend (but are capable of deep dislike if crossed)

CANCER


  • Tend to have offbeat senses of humor and can be lots of fun
  • Good listeners
  • Fun to be around
  • Loving and truly kindhearted
  • Caring and protective over those they love
  • Tendency to enjoy showering loved ones with large gifts
  • Fiercely independent
  • Very loyal to those they consider close to them
  • Tend to be incredibly thoughtful and caring
  • Can be highly perceptive and observant
  • Respects others’ space and privacy
  • Usually willing and eager to spend time with their children
  • Sensitive to the feelings of others
  • People tend to confide in them
  • Tend to be good storytellers
  • If an event leaves an impression on them, they will store the memory and recall it with remarkable precision and accuracy
  • Responsible
  • Tend to have strong minds and excellent memories

LEO


  • Unthreatened by conflict/criticism
  • Generally resilient
  • Can be highly confident and assertive
  • Loads of fun to be around
  • Thrive on excitement
  • Loving and truly kindhearted
  • Tendency to enjoy showering loved ones with large gifts
  • Enjoy interacting with others
  • Fun-loving, enthusiastic, excitable, spontaneous
  • Generally warm and generous
  • Take-charge kinds of people – tend to naturally step into leadership roles
  • Sociable, outgoing
  • Highly principled, very strong convictions – hold themselves and others to very high standards
  • “The world is a stage,” “life is a party” tend to be their mottos
  • Likely quite popular – people tend to be highly drawn to them
  • Interested in making the most of each moment
  • Optimistic
  • Love to be the center of attention
  • Love to entertain and make others happy
  • Highly creative
  • Likely to be gifted in the artistic sense in one form or another

VIRGO


  • Dependable, trustworthy
  • Typically highly intelligent
  • Mentally organized
  • Tend to be rule-followers – believers in laws and traditions
  • Usually rational, logical, practical, and realistic
  • Not the kinds of people you could ever call lazy
  • Service-oriented
  • Generally quite calm – tends to take a lot for them to exhibit their enthusiasm/excitement
  • Practical, responsible and dependable
  • Neat, organized, structured
  • “Don’t miss a thing” kinds of people – meticulous
  • Tend to be perfectionists
  • Typically extremely intelligent and capable
  • Like to optimize their relationships
  • Highly logical, rational and practical
  • Strongly value intelligence, knowledge and competence, continually strive to fulfill these standards
  • Quick to understand new ideas
  • Usually organized and deliberate

LIBRA


  • Tend to be incredibly thoughtful and caring
  • Lovers of the “finer things in life”
  • Generally open, accepting and respectful of others
  • Likely to firmly believe in the equal and fair treatment of all people
  • Others often find them to be fascinating/interesting kinds of people and are drawn to them
  • Friendly and affirming
  • People tend to confide in them
  • Value harmony and cooperation
  • Genuinely love and derive deep personal satisfaction from making others happy
  • Tend to take wonderful care of personal belongings – likely to have very attractive homes, cars, etc.
  • Enjoy planning events/celebrations and tend to be gifted at making them special
  • Can be charming
  • Likely quite popular – people tend to be highly drawn to them
  • Interested in making the most of each moment
  • Highly social, friendly and outgoing
  • Truly love people
  • Takes great pride in and good care of personal appearance and belongings
  • Take relationship roles seriously
  • Typically upbeat and popular, they are truly “people people”
  • Seeks to form strong, life-long bonds with others
  • Tend to be highly skilled at bringing out the best in others and making them feel good about themselves
  • Usually very supportive and encouraging
  • Typically upbeat and popular, they are truly “people people”
  • Typically able to concisely communicate what they are thinking
  • Witty and clever

SCORPIO


  • Generally resilient
  • Very loyal to those they consider close to them
  • Tend to be good at reading others and highly focused on doing so
  • Others often find them to be fascinating/interesting kinds of people and are drawn to them
  • Have strong emotions, which they are keenly aware of but may not often express
  • Tend to be highly perceptive
  • Usually very good at reading people
  • Have a rare depth of caring for those close to them
  • Need and enjoy alone time
  • Take commitments very seriously
  • Ability to turn conflicts into positive lessons
  • Tend to have strong affectionate, sentimental streaks
  • Decisive
  • Natural-born leaders
  • Highly assertive
  • Forceful, dynamic presences
  • Tend to be tremendously self-confident
  • Able to leave bad relationships, though they may dwell on it in their minds for a while after
  • Good listeners
  • Highly gifted strategists
  • Tremendously insightful

SAGITTARIUS


  • Tend to have offbeat senses of humor and can be lots of fun
  • Others tend to find them amusing and funny
  • Enjoy interacting with others
  • Fun-loving, enthusiastic, excitable, spontaneous
  • Typically optimistic and fun to be around
  • “Live in the moment” types of people
  • Warm, open and accepting
  • Strong desire to be free and unconfined
  • Straight-forward and honest
  • Tend to be good athletes
  • Highly interested in self-growth and obtaining knowledge
  • Tend to love debates
  • Able to grasp complexities quickly and absorb large amounts impersonal information
  • Love to engage in lively, challenging conversations
  • Deeply respect for those that stand up to them and argue their point persuasively
  • Opinionated

CAPRICORN


  • Very hard workers
  • Great sense of humor – tends to be sarcastic/dry
  • Generally resilient
  • Usually rational, logical, practical, and realistic
  • Appreciative of constructive criticism and able to take it well
  • Value tradition and seek security – prefer doing things the “tried and true” way
  • Good at taking care of practical, day-to-day tasks and necessities
  • Have a strong respect for authority
  • Gifted at planning and carrying tasks through to completion
  • Generally quite calm – tends to take a lot for them to exhibit their enthusiasm/excitement
  • Practical, responsible and dependable
  • Neat, organized, structured
  • Tend to take wonderful care of personal belongings – likely to have very attractive homes, cars, etc.
  • Takes duties and obligations very seriously – will put forth a great deal of effort to fulfill them
  • Typically able to remain emotionally calm in tense situations
  • Take-charge kinds of people – tend to naturally step into leadership roles
  • Highly principled with a strong, clear set of standards and convictions
  • Generally stable with even-keeled temperament

AQUARIUS


  • Lovers of factual knowledge, they are naturally able to store a tremendous amount of facts within their minds
  • Strong desire to be free and unconfined
  • Typically possess strong technical skills
  • Make and follow their own rules and will not violate their “personal code”
  • Like and need to spend time alone in order to sort things out in their minds
  • Are often rule-breakers – do not necessarily respect or abide by the rules of the “system” (can be positive and negative)
  • Natural entrepreneurs
  • Often highly innovative
  • Love to solve problems
  • Continually search for ways to improve things
  • Highly conceptual
  • Driven not only to understand ideas/concepts, but to apply them in a useful way
  • Natural leaders, but typically prefer to remain in background until/unless they see a true need to take over
  • Able to objectively see the realities of situations
  • Adaptable to change when it is for the sake of improvement
  • Excellent at long-range planning
  • Ambitious
  • Great at seeing the big picture
  • Excellent at generating ideas and creating solid plans of action to implement them

PISCES


  • Loving and truly kindhearted
  • Tend to be incredibly thoughtful and caring
  • Can be highly perceptive and observant
  • Respects others’ space and privacy
  • Can be highly adaptable
  • Likely to firmly believe in the equal and fair treatment of all people
  • Sensitive to the feelings of others
  • Have strong emotions, which they are keenly aware of but may not often express
  • Desire to believe the best in people
  • Most truly do not understand unkindness as they are so caring themselves
  • Can be very lovable
  • Sensitive
  • Sympathetic and compassionate towards others
  • Laid back, go-with-the-flow kinds of people
  • Highly observant and can often sense when something is wrong with someone before others can
  • Will likely rebel against anything that conflicts with what they feel is right
  • Quiet and reserved
  • Will put a lot of energy into tasks they believe in
  • Are often animal lovers
  • Original, unique
  • Independent and need their personal space
  • Have no desire to lead/control nor to be lead/controlled

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    The Worst Traits of Each Zodiac Sign

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    The Major Vice of Each Myers Briggs Type

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    INTP


    Vice: Caffeine


    INTPs are susceptible to becoming amphetamine junkies. They love caffeine because it fuels and even amplifies their stamina and focus for reading writing thinking and creating. They lurk the inter-webs at all hours hopping from website to website sifting through endless pages to satisfy their never-ending scatterbrained appetite for information. They should really get to bed but before they know it, it’s 1 AM. They go to school or work and use their caffeinated beverage of choice to get them through the day but at night their overstimulated nervous system won’t allow them to fall asleep even if they tried. Thus continues the cycle, of caffeine addiction. It may take an intervention from their loved ones before INTPs are able to break their habit only to relapse a couple weeks later.


    INTJ


    Vice: Trying to Takeover the world


    INTJs brood about the future and what they can do to ensure theirs is a successful one. They bury themselves in their work, preoccupied with testing and experimenting with the litany of ideas hatched by their Ni. They want some notoriety or at least something to show for their efforts. They tolerate what they need to and many of them learn to put on a social face to get along and integrate with other earthlings. Underneath their agreeable social mask however, is a power hungry monster who fantasizes about world domination. They want to be in the captain’s chair making the decisions, with a crew of capable peasants to answer their every beck and call. Fortunately, most INTJs are quite competent and would make excellent controllers …err, I mean leaders.



    ENTP


    Vice: Toying with people


    ENTPs make sport of poking holes in other people’s arguments. They may also get a rise out of testing boundaries with people which may extend to their romantic relationships. They can be like sociopaths when they try to see what they can get away with; how good they are at pulling the sheep’s wool over people. It takes some cunning, a little cleverness to deceive others; a challenge they are likely to find appealing. It would be a testament to their brilliance if they can have their cake and eat it too. Feelings may get hurt along the way but the drama makes for great story telling later.



    ENTJ


    Vice: Scheming and connivery


    ENTJs in their blind ambition may be tempted to dance with their dark side. They have the ability to draw up a plan that will fatten their wallets or rig the system in their favor. Some may develop an interest in magic and become skilled in the art of misdirection and manipulation. ENTJs are well suited as grifters or magicians such as Penn Jillette who uses an astute insight into human behavior to construct clever machinations designed to get the best of other people. ENTJs would also make excellent crime bosses with an ability to orchestrate an elaborate scheme and get away with it, at least for a while. Charles Ponzi, the notorious father of the titular Ponzi scheme, was likely an ENTJ. Fortunately most ENTJs direct their energy into more honest professions.



    INFP


    Vice: Staying up until the wee hours


    A lot of INFPs are vampiric night owls. Many of them come alive only in the after hours when the sun is done shining it’s awful light. They are liable to be bookworms and book sluts who can read all night when they really ought to be catching some restorative shuteye. Don’t be surprised to find them in bed getting cozy with a copy of Moby Dick or snuggling under the sheets with some good Charles D. (Dickens) to keep them company. Be it books or movies or youtube videos, INFPs can almost always find some distraction to delay their slumber. They are avid consumers of fiction and many indulge in the creation of their own.



    INFJ


    Vice: Perfectionism


    Perfectionism is a vain pursuit that sometimes does more harm than good. Many INFJs strive for it with excellent results but in the process place a lot of undue stress on themselves. They can be very hard on themselves in their effort to live up to their ideals and sense of purpose in the world. They derive a lot of pride from their work viewing it as a reflection on them and what they stand for. INFJs can be very impassioned and they channel their ardor and vision to produce something remarkable, beautiful and inspiring. But they can sometimes get caught up in their lofty standards to the point of becoming prima donnas and self-entitled drama kings/queens.



    ENFP


    Vice: Drinking & Smoking


    ENFPs carry an edgy libertine aura consistent with most creative people. Naturally, many of them are likely to pick up bad habits in the way of smoking and or drinking alcohol  often for the aura of machismo or “coolness” it exudes. They know it’s bad for them but they look so cool doing it and so it becomes a part of their self-image as well as a social lubricant. On the plus side, they likely will experience many amusing and comical situations that they will later share as stories.



    ENFJ


    Vice: Obstinance


    ENFJs are not perfect though they may try to be. They may have a self-righteous streak where they become convinced of the correctness of their beliefs and closed off to alternative view points. They can be inflexible on certain matters and issues and unwilling to bend or compromise. They may wantonly flout admonishments from others whether through outright or passive-aggressive dismissal.



    ISFJ


    Vice: Complaining & Cowardice


    ISFJs are often the squeaky wheels in need of oil. They seem ever-ready to voice concerns or grievances over things both real or imagined. Although responsible and sedulous, when it comes to problems, it sometimes seems as though they enjoy complaining about them more than solving them. Also, they are generally not so open to branching out of the comfort zones to challenge themselves. They doubt themselves too much and often avoid having to learn new skills or tackle tasks that look to daunting for them. It is mostly in their head and they would benefit from adopting a more positive and confident attitude.



    ISTJ


    Vice: Collecting Things


    ISTJs are misers with an affinity for coupons and rebates. The expression “a penny saved is a penny earned” was probably coined by them (pun intended). When they were young many ISTJs probably collected seashells, or rocks later graduating to collecting butterflies and coins. They also like collecting old things like commemorative stamps, $2 bills, rare baseball cards, autographed memorabilia and the like. They’re very fond of antiques and items with historical significance such as an unopened bottle of wine excavated from the titanic or the pair of undies Buzz Aldrin wore during the moon landing. ISTJs with abundant income may likely be found at auction houses bidding on useless objects worth a fortune.



    ESFJ


    Vice: Scuttlebutt


    ESFJs are friendly and personable individuals but two-faced as well. They love the rumor mill gossip and they shamelessly engage in water-cooler gab about all the latest in other people’s business. Their loyalties are with their friends whether right or wrong. However, some of their companions may wonder if their ESFJ friend ever talks about them behind their back. ESFJs think nothing of it when they blather about people and people is all they really talk about in general. They aren’t interested in discussing impersonal topics like the intellectual INTP or ENTP. ESFJs are unabashedly superficial and can hardly resist juicy drama.



    ESTJ


    Vice: Sadism


    ESTJs enjoying busting balls whether or not they possess a pair of their own. They are sometimes too strict and domineering and can clash with others especially intuitive perceiving types. ESTJs may be the ones who appreciate hierarchical structures the most, especially when they are at the top of it. The reins of power feel comfortable in their hands and they may derive a sadistic pleasure from pushing their underlings to the limit, mushing them like sleigh dogs. All the while insisting they are the just and fair arbiters of what is good and right.



    ISFP


    Vice: Debauchery


    ISFPs are heathens with a wild side to them that belies their placid and friendly demeanor.  They may appear shy but they have a sensual and stimulus-seeking nature that can get them into trouble. They can really cut loose when they unleash the party animal inside them and they have the capacity to be very impulsive, going wherever the mood takes them. This means lots of risky behavior and mischievous exploits including raunchy sexual escapades. It sounds sensational until someone ends up in an ambulance or behind bars.



    ISTP


    Vice: Mind-altering substances


    ISTPs like to engage their senses with weird stimuli. If they can get that sensation from a schedule 1 drug then all the better. They are open to experimenting with things that they think may expand their minds and enlarge their perspectives or simply get their endorphins going. They may even become an uncertified expert in pharmaceuticals, becoming very knowledgeable about various substances like psychadelics and hallucinogens. This recreational use can run awry when ISTPs attempt to self-medicate to alleviate their emotional problems or stress in general. A better therapy would be exercise and physical activity which they also enjoy.



    ESFP


    Vice: Vanity


    ESFPs can be a little too into themselves and may be preoccupied with superficial concerns relating to their attractiveness and popularity. Their sense of value is tied up in their image of how interesting and exciting a person they are. They want to be the life of the party and the center of attention. To do that, they feel the need to be either really funny or good looking or unpredictable and attention grabbing. They want to stand out as unique and fascinating and are most content when they feel admired and loved. They may feel threatened by other attention seekers who seek after the same glory. This often leads to jealousy and petty acts of vindictiveness or even depression and feelings of worthlessness.



    ESTP


    Vice: Exorbitant Spending


    ESTPs can be very materialistic or simply immoderate in their purchases. When they were young they were likely athletic and lean but gradually turned into a fatso with age. They enjoy the good things in life like fine cuisine and deep-tissue massages. If they are wealthy, they no doubt take great pride in their earning power and do not resist showing it off with their expensive property and possessions. They may shell out extra cash to make an impression or just to demonstrate that they have the power to do so. ESTPs don’t mind splurging on themselves and their loved ones but at the same time they do not take it lightly. It is not “easy come easy go” when it comes to finances but they are often skilled enough in the management of it that they are able to get away with a sumptuous lifestyle.



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    10 Killers Who Didn’t Eat Meat

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    Many murderers are reviled for their depravity and brutality. Such individuals are often incapable of feeling compassion or empathy for their victims and so then it may seem paradoxical that some killers would be opposed to the consumption of meat. Whether for ethical or health reasons these 10 killers abstained from eating dead animals yet had no reservations about slaughtering humans.

    10. William MacDonald

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    MacDonald was a vegetarian who loved classical music and is credited as Australia’s first true serial killer. During the 1960s he terrorized the city of Sydney and was dubbed the “Sydney Mutilator” drawing comparisons to Jack the Ripper due to the gruesome manner in which he killed his victims. He targeted riffraffs and wastrels who he would lure with alcohol and then subsequently slaughtered them. He murdered and mutilated 4 men with a hunting knife, taking one victim’s genitals home in a paper bag before throwing them off the Harbor Bridge. He was eventually caught, convicted and sentenced to life. It was later found that MacDonald was raped by a corporal while he was in the military and as a teen had been diagnosed with schizophrenia. He became eligible for release from jail but declined. He expressed no desire to leave, saying he “wouldn’t last five minutes”

     

    9. Volkert Van der Graaf

    Volkert Van der Graaf

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    Van der Graaf was a Dutch vegan animal rights campaigner who in May 2002, assassinated anti-immigration politician Pim Fortuyn as he was heading for his car. Van der Graaf was a passionate activist who fought against factory farming and worked with the Environment Offensive, a group aimed at “stopping the expansion of factory farming”. As a teen he said his parents would not let him give up meat, but he later became a vegan. His alleged reason for killing Fortuyn was to stop him from exploiting Muslims as “scapegoats”. He viewed Fortuyn as a threat to those groups, comparing his rise to that of Nazism in Germany in the 1930s. At his trial, relatives of the slain politician appeared in court wearing fur coats as a show of spite against Van der Graaf.

    8. Adolf Hitler

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    Under Hitler’s reign, millions of people were killed and if some reports are to be believed, the Nazi regime was an institution with paradoxical ethics. On the one hand were the horrors of Auschiwitz where cruel and inhumane experiments were conducted on Jewish prisoners  by evil scientists such as the infamous Josef Mengele. On the other hand was the irony of Nazi animal rights advocacy. Adolf Hitler himself is alleged to have been a vegetarian (albeit not a strict one) with a fondness for animals particularly that of ravens, wolves and dogs. It has been reported that he believed meat-consumption was a factor in societal decline. In his 1938 autobiography, Mein Kampf, he recounts how, even when food was scarce, he would share his paltry rations with mice. When the Nazi Party came to power in 1933, they instituted numerous animal protection laws. People could be jailed for mistreating animals which included such acts as docking the ears and tails of dogs without anesthesia, and invasive animal research. The Nazis apparently had compassion even for the suffering of lobsters in restaurants.

     

    7. Lynette Fromme

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    Lynette Fromme was a would be assassin and member of the infamous “Manson Family” cult. Although she did not succeed, in 1975 Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme was dead set on assassinating then president Gerald Ford. She pulled out a colt .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol during an event in Sacramento at which the president appeared but she was quickly subdued by intervening Secret Service agents. She was convicted and sentenced to life for her assassination attempt but was released on parole in 2009. Audio tapes of her pretrial psychiatric examination have been released that reveal her to be a herbivore among other things. When asked about her diet she replied, “Vegetables, yeah, I’m a vegetarian. I try and avoid additives, sugar; I ordinarily don’t eat any sugar, starch.”

    6. Scott Dyleski

    http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Dyleski-Lawyers-Point-Finger-at-Horowitz-122891674.html

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    In October 2005, Scott Dyleski murdered his neighbor Pamela Vitale who was the wife of prominent lawyer Daniel Horowitz. Dyleski was only 16 years old when he bludgeoned Vitale to death in her home while she was surfing the web. During his trial he was impassive and un-emotive making no admission of guilt nor any disclosure of details of his motives. He was convicted of first degree murder and was served the max sentence of life without parole being ineligible for the death penalty on account of his age. In spite of his cold demeanor, witnesses at his trial, stated that Dyleski was a gentle vegan kid who also had a fascination with Goth music and serial killers.

    5. Chandrakant Jha

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-2280753/Serial-killer-Chandrakant-Jha-profile.html

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    In India during the late 90s, Chandrakant Jha would house young men in his home only to murder them often under petty pretenses such as lying or being non-vegetarian. He would reportedly pamper them like his own children and then kill them at the slightest provocation. Jha would scatter his victims mutilated limbs throughout Delhi which he did to taunt police officials. He was caught in 1998 and served time behind bars only to be released in 2002 for lack of evidence. He continued to kill 6 others before he was caught again. He reportedly had a  “death ritual” where around 8pm he would tie his victim’s hands on the pretext of punishing him and then strangle them using a nunchaku. Jha was eventually captured and sent to the gallows for his crimes.

    4. Sheila Graham-Trott

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    Sheila Graham-Trott  was found guilty of first degree murder in the 2010 killing of Kelly Brennan, her former friend and estranged husband’s lover. 24 hours after going missing, Kelly Brennan’s body was found dumped in the bushes with signs of head trauma consistent with a hammer. Officials were led to her body after Sheila made a bizarre 911 call reporting she was seeing ‘visions’ of her friend’s face in the dark. The odd claim was enough to convince prosecutors that Sheila Graham-Trott was culpable. Perhaps as an attempt to convey the gentleness of her daughter, Graham-Trott’s mother expressed that Sheila has been a vegetarian since ninth grade because her bus stop was near an abattoir.

    3. Sonia Jacobs

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    Sonia Jacobs was a 28-year-old ‘vegetarian hippie’ when she was arrested along with her husband and a 3rd man following a 1976 shootout in which two policemen were killed. Jacobs and her husband Jesse Tafero were passengers in a car driven by Walter Rhodes when the incident occurred. The 3 were convicted in the murders and spent 15 years on death row before the driver made a confession following the execution of Jesse Tafero in 1990. Rhodes made an admission that exculpated Jacobs of guilt and she was released in 1992. She reunited with her son and daughter and later remarried to an Irishman who was also released from prison under similar circumstances.

    2. John Linley Frazier

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    John Linley Frazier was a mass murderer dubbed “the killer prophet”. In 1970 he murdered ophthalmologist Victor Ohta, his wife, two sons and a secretary and subsequently burned down the house they were in while he in a drug-induced psychosis. Frazier was vegetarian hippie who collected guns and did drugs and it is believed his use of LSD contributed to the string of erratic behavior leading up to the murders. He claimed to hear voices that compelled him to act as an agent of god. He was convicted and sentenced to death by lethal gas but the sentence was later commuted to life imprisonment.

    1. Adam Lanza

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    In December 2012, Adam Lanza shot and killed 20 children at the Sandy Hook elementary school in Newton, Connecticut. He also murdered 6 adult staff members as well as his mother before committing suicide. He is said to have been fascinated with chimpanzees because of their capacity for empathy, but could show little or none himself. Adam reportedly had mental disorders including obsessive-compulsive behaviors such as changing his socks 20 times a day and using tissues to open doors for fear of touching knobs with his bare hands. Witnesses have reported that Adam was a vegan who drank water “with a certain amount of salt added to it.” He reportedly had no friends or associates and never used drugs or alcohol. He would write stories and poems that would at turns terrify and move his listeners to tears. In an email to investigators, an unnamed witness disclosed that “Emotion wasn’t something expressed in particularly verbose or grandiose fashion but it was expressed. He was capable of laughing, smiling and making jokes though always in a dry fashion.”

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    The Hidden Insecurity of Each Myers Briggs Type

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    INTP 


    Being thought of as boring or unintelligent.


    INTPs derive most pleasure from solitary activities such as research and acts of creativity. Their minds are always bubbling with ideas and  random sometimes hilarious cogitations. INTPs know that if someone were to glimpse the amusing contents of their thoughts it would be clear why they are so absorbed with their inner world.

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    The Extrovert

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    Understanding extroversion and introversion is important to understanding how to interact with others. Knowing whether we are dominantly introverts or extroverts helps us to have a better grasp of our mental and emotional health. It is important to…

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    The Mental Illness Of Each Myers Briggs Type

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    INTP/ISFJ: Schizotypal Personality Disorder.

    Ti/Si or Si/Ti. Most commonly in INTP dom/tert loops (Ti+Si), resulting in totally giving up on attempting to obtain the social/interpersonal connections that inferior Fe drives them to unconsciously desire. Schizotypal people are seen (and typically see themselves) as having such unusual thoughts and behaviors that widespread social acceptance is nearly impossible. Ti thinks, “I cannot find any logical explanation for social rituals” and Si reinforces this self-isolating, risk-averse behavior by constantly reminding the user: “Remember how badly this went last time you tried?” Continue reading

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    9 Signs You Or Someone You know Is An Introverted Narcissist

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    Not all Narcissists are bombastic and in-your-face.

    When it comes to narcissists, it is believed they come in 2 flavors: the grandiose and the covert. Narcissists of the grandiose variety are much easier to spot as they exhibit the overtly vane, exploitative, self-entitled, and aggressive behavior commonly associated with narcissism. The covert or vulnerable narcissist on the other hand, is less conspicuous. They are outwardly self-inhibited and modest, and may appear empathetic but inside harbor much of the same grandiose and over-inflated self-image found in their grandiose counterpart. Continue reading

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    The Most Racist Myers Briggs Personality Type?

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    If you ever wondered which personality type is most common among racists, a poll posted on the white nationalist website stormfront.org may provide an answer.

    Stormfront.org is a self described “community of racial realists and idealists” where embittered white nationalists and Neo-Nazi sympathizers can connect with other like-minded souls to indulge in unsavory racist rhetoric. The site is ranked 8,148 on Alexa and it’s founder claims it receives over 1 million unique visitors per month. Google reportedly had to tweak it’s search engine algorithm after a Holocaust-denying Stormfront article began ranking in the top search engine results for “holocaust” search terms.

    In a forum poll surveying the personality types of Stormfront users, of the participants, INTJs are shown to be the most prevalent, followed by ISTJs and INTPs.

    Racism and Intellect

    It’s worth noting that most of the survey participants are introverts. Only 20% are extraverted personality types which isn’t surprising since extraverts are likely too busy with their social lives to be hanging around online forums. Nevertheless, even among the introverted samples, the INTJs are way overepresented. This is troubling when you consider that INTjs are statistically among the most intelligent, high achieving personality types, which also includes the ranks of such prodigious luminaries as Nikola Tesla, Isaac Newton, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk.

    Although the Myers Briggs personality types are by no means a measure or indication of intelligence or intellectual aptitude, it’s clear that certain cognitive preferences tend to be stronger than others in specific areas such as academics and creativity. Naturally, the more peaceable and decent folks among us would like to dismissively attribute low I.Q. to racist attitudes but in truth,  do they necessarily go hand in hand? No doubt, hate groups are notoriously host to some of the least erudite troglodytes of society. Intelligent people seem to be too busy with more productive things than to concern themselves with fruitless hate-mongering.

    But INTJs have often been stereotyped as mad scientists with a potential for misanthropic diabolism. Being a rational type, INTJs are inclined to rely on logic and gut intuitions which may lead them to form unconventional conclusions that may threaten the sensitivities of feeling types. So from a depth psychology standpoint, it’s not difficult to see how INTJs, who are by their very nature predisposed to develop antipathetic views of people and society, could come to embrace such uncompassionate ideologies.

    Racism as personality disorder

    There is a wide spectrum of causes by which racist attitudes may arise, but one of them may simply be a symptom of personality disorder. An article published in the Journal of the National Medical Association suggests that racist attitudes may be the product of malignant narcissism. The cause of narcissistic personality disorder is not known but has been attributed to excessive pampering or criticism in childhood, or due to genetic predispositions. Narcissistic traits include:

    • Grandiose sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements)
    • Preoccupation with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love
    • Believes that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)
    • Requires excessive admiration
    • Has a very strong sense of entitlement, e.g., unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations
    • Is exploitative of others, e.g., takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends
    • Lacks empathy, e.g., is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others
    • Is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her
    • Regularly shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes

    Dominant-Tertiary Loops

    You may have heard about dominant/tertiary loops as an MBTI-based explanation for personality disorders. Where this idea came from, I don’t know. It appears to be an idea born of internet forums that just caught on. The INTJ Ni/Fi loop has been cited as giving rise to what resembles Paranoid Personality Disorder.

    The idea is that if the INTJ’s auxiliary “Te” is debilitated, underdeveloped, or ignored for whatever reason the tertiary Fi will step in and join center stage with dominant Ni. The two introverted functions operating without “Te” to provide a reality check results in the INTJ becoming too isolated and losing touch with objective reality. In theory this could lead to all kinds of ill conceived notions and irrational conspiracies manufactured by their introverted intuition and further reinforced by their subjective introverted feeling.

    In this state, INTJs become your typical conspiracy theorists; they cling deeply to their personal values and can find a conspiracy to assault or attack those values everywhere they look. Chronically distrustful of others’ intentions for no legitimate reason, these types are certain they are the only ones who really know “the truth.” The inferior function, Se can sometimes lead to an unconscious desire to attract the attention of or lead/organize others in efforts to expose the nefarious conspiracies they invariably see everywhere. If Te were doing its job, the INTJ would be able to look around them and observe empirical evidence that most of their theories are probably not reflected in reality, but as they rely almost entirely on internal validation, Ni will go to any lengths to justify Fi’s emotion-based suspicions.

     

     

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    The Annoying Qualities Of Each Myers Briggs Type

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    INTP


    • In trying to explain how they got from A to B they may condescendingly simplify things to the point of insult or give up with a dismissive “never mind”.
    • Delaying the completion of their work indefinitely with constant revisions, sometimes even quitting before they ever begin.
    • Setting aside their partners’ feelings, and their own, for far too long.
    • Dressing oddly/shabbily, neglecting personal hygiene and carry a distinctive smell that they do not realize they exude.
    • Emotionally inattentive. May need reminders to pay attention to their relationships and family life.
    • Being rather messy and feel little need to maintain a clean work space to study.
    • Not following instructions or finishing tasks
    • Showing off their pithiness instead of using plain language that would be better understood.
    • Passive-aggressive tendencies like not answering the phone or giving the silent treatment.
    • While busy chewing their mental cud, they don’t pay much attention to external details.
    • Tendency to poke holes in other’s faulty logic with an emphasis on clarity and precise word use. Feel honor bound to correct other’s mistaken ideas.

    INTJ


    • Being too controlling of others and trying to shape them according to their ideals.
    • Closing themselves off to the opinions of those they believe to be intellectually inferior.
    • Insensitive and tactless in making their opinions of others all too clear.
    • Unnecessarily saying harmful and distorted things.
    • Delusional and foolish overestimation of their abilities.
    • Neurotic level of perfectionism that runs others away.
    • Reluctance in accepting blame.
    •  Tend to blame others for misunderstanding them rather than evaluate their own difficulty expressing themselves.
    • Tendency to over-analyze and be judgmental, as well as arrogant.
    • Viewing emotions as being for the weak.
    • Over-delegating and entitlement; expecting and demanding from others to take care of tasks they could and should handle themselves.
    • Looking down on and rejecting others based solely on perceived and imagined status.

    ENTP


    • Turning everything into an object for debate.
    • Asking probing and personal questions that make others feel uncomfortable.
    • Purposely lying for their own amusement.
    • Being impersistent and abandoning things they’ve started. 
    • Prodding and pushing people’s buttons just to see what they’ll do.
    • Blurting out random things without having thought them through first.
    • Can be insensitive and unintentionally hurt others’ feelings.
    • Being wishy-washy and frequently changing their minds; backing out of commitments at the last moment.

    ENTJ


    • Extreme tunnel vision.
    • Being too controlling of others and trying to shape them according to their ideals.
    • Closing themselves off to the opinions of those they believe to be intellectually inferior.
    • Insensitive and tactless in making their opinions of others all too clear.
    • Unnecessarily saying harmful and distorted things.
    • Delusional and foolish overconfidence in their abilities.
    • Neurotic level of perfectionism that runs others away.
    • Tendency to over-analyze and be judgmental, as well as arrogant.
    • Can be a “control-freak,” always wanting to be in charge
    • Being unreceptive to other’s opinions and being dead-set on having their way.
    • Being anal retentive and perfectionistic and yelling at others when under stress.

    INFP


    • Can get too sensitive over things that aren’t a big deal but can’t really help feeling hurt or sad.
    • Being insecure and acting childishly.
    • Wallowing in their own self-pity and feeling sorry for themselves.
    • Sarcasm and passive aggressive behavior.
    • Sudden mood swings that catches others off guard.
    • When stressed, may be prone to emotional outbursts.
    • Sucking the fun out of everything when they’re in a foul mood.
    • Emotional baggage.
    • More concerned with the way things make them feel than in making rational arguments and can often appear irrational and illogical.
    • In group situations, may have a “control” problem where they want to take over everything because group members’ standards often aren’t as high as theirs.

    INFJ


    • Whining if things don’t go their way; if they don’t feel appreciated.
    • Tendency to believe they’re always right and dismiss/ignore other peoples’ opinions, even before fully hearing them out.
    • Prone to petty acts of revenge for insignificant sleights.
    • Hypersensitive to criticism.
    • Walling off part of themselves and often don’t let others in, even if they are trustworthy and wouldn’t hurt them.
    • If hurt too many times by someone any hope for forgiveness will be denied – forever.
    • Their arguments essentially boil down to whether something is “good or bad” and it is right “just because.”
    • Can become “cold-hearted bastards” and “ice queens”.
    • Take forever to complete certain tasks in an attempt to make it perfect.
    • Not returning phone calls.
    • Can get carried away with self-righteous outrage when an “injustice” has been committed.
    • They hold grudges for long periods of time.
    • Pretending to listen and consider alternatives when in reality they’ve already made up their minds.
    • Believing they understand you better than you understand yourself.
    • Seem to care more about formality than content. ie. it’s about how you ask them, not your intention.

     

    ENFP


    • Can, at times, be overly anxious and worrisome
    • Being impulsive and capricious.
    • Their enthusiasm may cause them to be unrealistic.
    • Takes criticism poorly.
    • Tendency to not follow through on projects, usually because they get excited about a new project and abandon the first for the second – this may become a problematic cycle
    • May be overly concerned with being liked.
    • Always seeing the possibility of what could be often causes them become bored with what actually is.
    • Impatient and strongly driven to blindly pursue every interesting or promising idea/path that one imagines will lead to “success” as measured by external standards.
    • Prone to projecting personal inadequacies onto others.
    • Prone to being argumentative, domineering, arrogant, caustic, jealous, envious, or territorial; tendency to demand agreement/approval from others or streamroll people who disagree.

    ENFJ


    • Believing themselves to be superior and more deserving of validation on the sole basis of having better “social skills.”
    • Meddling, intruding, giving little to no space or privacy – no matter how uncomfortable they’re making others.
    • Doing too much “for others” when it was not asked of them, when they were clearly asked to stop (several times) – and then resenting others for it and expecting and demanding in return.
    • Tendency to act as if they know so much about what you’re talking about, even if they don’t.
    • Inability to let go of others who have long ceased to be (or want to be) connected to them.
    • Keeping others from making decisions on their own and from living their own experiences by instilling worries and fear where they’re not due.
    • Believing they know better what’s best for others when, in fact, they don’t – and forcing their views onto others.
    • Whining when things don’t go their way, if they don’t feel appreciated.

    ISFJ


    • Expecting and demanding more consistency than is reasonable.
    • Being closed off to anything new or different.
    • Incessantly worry about everything, making simple things seem overly complicated.
    • Unwilling to acknowledge or change faulty ideas/assumptions (can’t admit to being wrong);
    • Very intolerant and vulnerable to conflicts and criticism.
    • Need positive feedback and may become discouraged or depressed if they do not receive it.
    • Convinced others don’t like, appreciate, or need them, and over-accommodate others’ needs.
    • Get stuck in impressions of how things were and resist change; waste time reviewing the impact of the past.
    • Can be argumentative and prone to blunt verbal retorts or attacks or blame.
    • Refusing to listen to other perspectives and only accepts others when they agree.

    ISTJ


    • Such perfectionists and more than a bit controlling — if you don’t do things their way, you are doing things wrong.
    • Can be know-it-alls.
    • Tendency to be extremely judgmental.
    • Can be cheap/stingy.
    • Get stuck in impressions of how things were and resist change; waste time reviewing the impact of the past.
    • Easily hurt by criticism or rejection yet unwilling to acknowledge being hurt.
    • Ignoring suggestions and reluctant in changing their minds.
    • Rigidly following a belief system or what they personally think is important, with accompanying childish and/or selfish behavior.
    • Misinterpreting someone’s actions and seeing negative intentions where there are none.

    ESFJ


    • Extensive self-deprecation. Playing the victim card.
    • Doing too much “for others” when it was not asked of them, when they were clearly asked to stop (several times) – and then resenting others for it and expecting and demanding in return.
    • Assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.
    • Believing they know better what’s best for others when, in fact, they don’t – and forcing their views onto others.
    • Meddling, intruding, giving little to no space or privacy – no matter how uncomfortable they’re making others.
    • Believing themselves to be superior and more deserving of validation on the sole basis of having better “social skills.”
    • Schmoozing and gossiping about others.
    • Keeping others from making decisions on their own and from living their own experiences by instilling worries and fear where they’re not due.
    • Being manipulative to get what they want out of people.
    • Pointing out the obvious and making gratuitous remarks.
    • Being two-faced and disingenuous.
    • Tendency to act as if they know so much about what you’re talking about, even if they don’t.
    • Exaggerating their contribution to others and making humble brags.
    • Being judgmental of others who don’t share enthusiasm or interest for what they enjoy.
    • Virtue signalling and faking passion for whatever seems popular. A bandwagon groupie.
    • Being overly dependent especially in relationships.

    ESTJ


    • Can be extremely judgmental
    • Being stubborn, inflexible, unreasonable, and overly rigid.
    • Tend to believe they’re always right.
    • Tendency to be bossy.
    • Impatient with sloppiness and inefficiency
    • Can be insensitive and inadvertently hurt others
    • Resists change.
    • Have zero patience and no tolerance for those who do not share their values/beliefs
    • Can be very demanding and critical.
    • Interpret situations in a naive way, inferring malice where none exists.
    • Spend money and time on things that are unimportant and care little about the value of things.
    • Prone to being pessimistic and negative, often imagines or expects the worst possibilities.
    • Deflects criticism or makes excuses for mistakes and failures.
    • Micromanages situations and tries to maintain a sense of control with the unconscious intent of repressing internal feelings of instability or insecurity.

    ISFP


    • Being easily and visibly displeased by anything less than “perfect” according to their own personal values.

    • Being self centered and personally concerned with only themselves to the point of egotism and conceitedness.

    • Inflated sense of uniqueness.

    • Projection assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.

    • Trying to bend and twist perceptions to make the wrong seem right.

     

    • Wallowing in self pity for extended periods of time.

    • Cannot seem to trust in anyone or anything.

    • Tends to obsess about the past or future and ignore present facts.

    • Being stubborn about values as they crusade for a particular cause.

    • Childish and/or selfish behavior.


    ISTP


    • May avoid and ignore problems.

    • Tends to obsess about the past or future and ignore present facts.

    • Tendency to believe in mystical “signs” or intuitive “connections” that don’t really exist.

    • Tend to have difficulty with long-term commitments

    • Tendency to hold back part of themselves and be overly private

     

    • May intentionally stir things up to create the excitement they long for

    • Tend to get bored easily

    • Are often rule-breakers– do not necessarily respect or abide by the rules of the “system” (can be positive and negative)

    • Not naturally in tune with how they affect others.

    • Cannot seem to trust in anyone or anything.


     

    ESFP


    • Prone to projecting personal inadequacies onto others.

    • Being argumentative, domineering, arrogant, caustic, jealous, envious, or territorial.

    • Tendency to demand agreement/approval from others or streamroll people who disagree.

    • Tendency towards immaturity.

    • Can be reckless/frivolous with money.

     

    • Being over-dramatic

    • May be materialistic and superficial.

    • Often do not handle criticism well – tendency to take things very personally

    • Tendency to ignore or try to escape from conflict rather than deal with it

    • Always excited by something new and may frequently change partners or be unfaithful.


    ESTP


    • Needs constant agreement from others.

    • Cannot handle direct disagreement or criticism well; tends to feel unappreciated by others/society.

    • Seeks affirmation or admiration by dominating or manipulating social situations.

    • Unaware of own flaws/limitations.

    • Engaging in emotional pandering or showing off things like status, style, achievements, talents/skills, or material wealth.

    • May not realize or even care about the effect their words have on others

     

    • Can be bossy and somewhat unscrupulous when it comes to getting what they want.

    • May fall into trap of ignoring, rather solving their problems

    • May get bored easily and abandon relationships quickly once/if they become bored.

    • Though great at getting things started, they often struggle with following through.


     

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    Introverted Thinking

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Introverted Thinking (Ti) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    – Crippling perfectionism; having high standards and aiming to be and do well with them can be great as long as it’s not paralyzing and keeping from making the necessary ‘mistakes’ to change and improve where it’s needed.
    – Senseless fault-finding and nit-picking; focusing too much on what is wrong and losing sight of what is right (or highlighting what is wrong for no good reason and more often than necessary) can be both harmful and stagnating.
    – Endless questioning; questioning is important and recommendable to find and create solid foundations and constructs, but if it keeps going incessantly, it can needlessly break or impair the solidity of things.
    – Endless hypothesizing; hypothesizing is important and recommendable to come up with new ways to look at things and fill the gaps, but if it keeps going incessantly, it can leave no room for the facts and how things are truly like.
    – Destructive and unproductive battle of wits; intellectual conflict may form doorways to exploration and clarifications, but if there’s too much emphasis on proving one’s intellectual superiority and another’s intellectual inferiority, many opportunities to learn will be lost.
    – Insensitive and disrespectful prodding; it’s one thing to take interest in another person and participate in light teasing to get them to open up about matters, and it’s another to be pervasively insistent on getting someone to share about themselves (by pushing buttons and more) when they don’t want, need nor have to.
    – Dismantling and reducing to bare minimum; in exaggerated efforts to be “detached” and “impartial,” stripping objects and subjects to the point where they lose their meaning and significance.
    – Overvaluing intelligence and logic; believing intelligence and logic (in self and in others) are all that count and having little to no patience or appreciation for anything else not only lacks compassion – but also leads to a distorted and incomplete worldview.
    – Severe distrust and negativity; not that being happy-go-lucky is always that much better, but many worthwhile people and experiences can be missed (or even tainted) if there’s a strong predisposition to think the worst of them.
    – Projection; assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.

    Extraverted Thinking

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Extraverted Thinking (Te) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    Overconfidence and recklessness; being bold and taking risks can be important, but it can be taken too far – to the point where much more is lost than what was ever there to win to begin with.
    Over-controlling and micromanaging; people and things need time and space to work and be productive, being over their shoulder too much throughout the process may sabotage the possibility of better results.
    Over-delegating and entitlement; expecting and demanding from others to take care of tasks they could and should handle themselves.
    Being overly simplistic and dismissive; instead of being mentally agile and effectively reaching correct conclusions, information is carelessly processed and incorrect conclusions are believed.
    Sacrificing quality to be cost-effective; while there may be instances in life where this is the wiser choice, it is not as often as it may appear. Producing for the sake of producing can be counterproductive in many ways.
    Unyielding fixation on methods; learning a procedure and stubbornly adhering to it even when it shows to be more problematic and defective than others available to adapt to.
    Excessive ‘pragmatism’; continuing to choose what seems easier and safer over finding creative solutions to problems.
    Excessive elitism; rather than simply finding mind-mates and relatable people, looking down on and rejecting others based solely on perceived and imagined status.
    Brutal and dishonest communication; under the excuse and delusion of “just being honest,” unnecessarily saying harmful and distorted things.
    Projection; assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.

    Extraverted Feeling

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Extraverted Feeling (Fe) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    Excessive attachment; inability to let go of others who have long ceased to be (or want to be) connected to them.
    Excessive possessiveness; seeing others as extensions of themselves and feeling entitled to limit and to shape them to their own will, without much or any concern for what others truly want and need.
    Excessive protection; keeping others from making decisions on their own and from living their own experiences by instilling worries and fear where they’re not due.
    Lack of boundaries; meddling, intruding, giving little to no space or privacy – no matter how uncomfortable they’re making others.
    Overextended service; doing too much “for others” when it was not asked of them, when they were clearly asked to stop (several times) – and then resenting others for it and expecting and demanding in return.
    Overbearing pride; believing themselves to be superior and more deserving of validation on the sole basis of having better “social skills.”
    Condescension; believing they know better what’s best for others when, in fact, they don’t – and forcing their views onto others.
    Projection; assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.
    Falsehood for unmerited inclusion; tactically lying and delivering half-truths with the intent to persuade and convince themselves and others of someone’s “goodness.”
    Falsehood for unmerited exclusion; tactically lying and delivering half-truths with the intent to persuade and convince themselves and others of someone’s “badness.”

    Introverted Feeling

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Introverted Feeling (Fi) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    Championing a lost cause; being invested in a cause that, realistically, is too much for them to be able to help move forth or that’s simply not viable given the conditions and circumstances.
    Unreasonable moral standards; having excessively rigid and/or high “moral standards” which are, in many cases, nearly impossible to reach and/or doing so comes at the cost of much that’s of equal or more importance.
    Unreasonable indignation; being easily and visibly displeased by anything less than “perfect” according to their own personal values.
    Immoderate self-centeredness; more than being personally concerned with only themselves for some time, being so to the point of egotism and conceitedness – believing much outside themselves that they haven’t earned or deserve should be for them, at the cost of others and against others’ will.
    Inflated sense of uniqueness; believing themselves so different and special that it must automatically mean they’re more significant and valuable than most others.
    Poor self-reflection; not taking the time to truly reflect, get to the root emotions of their views and beliefs, and rearrange their inner world for the better.
    Romanticizing suffering; while suffering might enhance wisdom and empathy, this can be taken too far and be done for too long, leading to detriment and stagnation – or worse.
    Holding on to what should be let go of; remaining with someone or something that is mostly bad or wrong for them by fixating on the tiny bits that make it feel worthwhile, hoping things will change even though they continue to show no signs of this.
    Projection; assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.
    Excusing and justifying the inexcusable and unjustifiable; searching for ways to bend and twist perceptions to make the wrong seem right.

    Extraverted Sensing

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Extraverted Sensing (Se) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    – “Refined and sophisticated” taste; it may be impressive to be able to sense harmony and subtleties within given compositions, but this is not to be confused with being closed and narrow-minded by fixating on acclaimed standards of “beauty.” Embracing some variety and rawness is necessary to truly get to experience and know the physical realm.
    – Overindulgence in pleasures; it’s okay to indulge for we’re not meant to spend our lives only in sacrifice – the problem lies in overindulgence. Overindulging so much to the point that it is later regretted (out of one’s own conscience or due to its backlash) or not even enjoyable in the moment (as it’s not worthwhile) defeats the purpose of pleasure. Not to mention more unreasonable forms of it.
    – Reckless risk-taking and thrill-seeking; what may seem reckless to one person may not be to another who’s more able navigate and thrive in danger, but don’t completely ignore the consequences of your actions and consider those affected by them.
    – Abrasive and forceful behavior; there may be a time and a place for everything. Being aggressive or even violent doesn’t always have to be suppressed, but it also doesn’t have to be active at all times. There are fighting, dancing and other intense activities that can be participated in instead of constantly disrupting quieter and calmer places and people.
    – Volatility and reactiveness; becoming aware of surroundings and of what is happening before responding is at times much more beneficial than being impulsive.
    – ‘All that glitters is gold’ mentality; if it looks too good, maybe it’s not. Not to devalue everything, but to be watchful of illusions that grab attention of convince of something that’s not.
    – Mindlessly conforming to and depending on current trends and easy “fixes”; being at the mercy of circumstances rather than impacting, improving and/or overcoming them makes little use of natural potential. It’s often fine to join in and appreciate what’s actual before it’s gone or to cope in the short-term with what’s available when necessary, but it’s wasteful to be reduced by this.
    – Selfish opportunism; making “the most” or “the best” out of things sometimes has its costs and comes at the expense of others. Taking advantage of situations is not necessarily malicious or terribly self-serving, but it can be.
    – Lacking direction and going in circles; not all change and movement mean progress. Let and have actions amount to something greater.
    – Carefreeness verging on carelessness; worrying (on its own) doesn’t solve much, but neither does pretending problems don’t or won’t exist. There’s a difference between keeping it light and being indifferent.

    Introverted Sensing

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Introverted Sensing (Si) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    – Remembering things as worse or better than they actually were; in some cases, it’s okay to see things in a different light to be able to honor some sides of them or to be firm in not repeating them, but be watchful not to believe these versions as indisputably exact.
    – Having memories jumbled up inside, blended and confused; without taking the time to sort them out and appropriately group them, their sources, dates and more can be lost.
    – Assuming that a few similarities signify total sameness; while it’s definitely important to take note of certain signs to know and understand what we’re facing and dealing with, being too quick to judge can lead to many overgeneralizations.
    – Holding onto and investing in something mostly or only because of familiarity; it’s fine when it’s truly valuable or not too problematic, the issue is in tolerating and enduring for too long what one could be better off without.
    – Expecting and demanding more consistency than is reasonable; not everyone is going to be as consistent as one would like them to be (not everyone can, should or has to). And in some cases, some simply do not care enough to and you’d only be driving yourself crazy and wasting your time (or other resources) trying to make them.
    – Dismissive skepticism toward ideas and visions; believing ideas and visions without enough proof that they have any merit can be naive, but keep in mind that many things that once seemed impossible are now evident. Skepticism can instead contribute, for better or for worse, to clarifying, fleshing out and polishing ideas and visions.
    – Being closed off to anything new or different; be it out of fear, pride or something else, it might be too terribly prolonged and keep one in the dark or even deteriorate their health.
    – Refusing leaps of faith or steps toward the unknown; not that leaving the comfort zone and taking risks must be done 24/7, but sometimes it’s worth it. You can move forward and still be wisely cautious.
    – Hoarding possessively and/or with disregard; there may be collections of personal value that are well guarded and venerated, but be careful not to fail to see their worth or how they burden you. Decluttering and minimizing is at times essential (and so is proper treatment).
    – Failing to check for or see the relevance of facts; speculation and taking things at face value can only go so far, this function is to be accessed, among other things, for veracity.

    Extraverted Intuition

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Extraverted Intuition (Ne) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    Blowing matters out of proportion; exaggerations have their time and place for worthwhile effects and can be quite comical and illustrative, but it’s a different case when something important is at stake.
    Taking matters out of context; finding similitudes between differing areas can be clever and even brilliantly illuminating as long as it retains veracity or is at least made clear that fiction is heavily at play.
    Insensibly filling the gaps; guesses and approximations can push us to discover, to find out what is missing and what else is or could be there, but there isn’t always an invitation to throw in whatever we can think of.
    Changing and believing versions significantly removed from reality; seeing beyond what is apparent and searching for alternate ways to look at things can be honorable and admirable, but it can also be disastrous when done without sense.
    Emphasizing possibilities to the detriment of positive potential; becoming enthusiastic and/or cautious of what might be may serve growth and more, but mindfulness and restraint may be required to bring forth and protect the better of it.
    Extracting and highlighting pieces and patterns in a manner that distorts and/or debilitates;there’s much to everything and what’s selected from it can greatly, for better and/or for worse, impact things.
    Repeatedly going in circles and/or attempting to follow too many tangents at once;broadening and revising perspectives aids clarity and grants wisdom, but some amount of focus and direction may be necessary for this to be fruitful.
    Overwhelming to exhaustion and suffocation; being quick-witted and bursting with ideas is a valuable talent that can be relieving and enlivening if it leaves room for and helps breathe.
    Sacrificing depth and quality for the sake of multitasking; sometimes slowing the pace and committing to only a handful of tasks can be more productive and fulfilling.
    Selfish and obsessive fascination and discussion of subjects; being curious and exchanging knowledge can be rewarding for everyone involved if reasonable boundaries and privacy are respected.

    Introverted Intuition

    The following are only a few of the ways in which the Introverted Intuition (Ni) function of a person is misplaced and/or misdirected:

    Superiority/God complex; it’s tempting to believe that having easy access to the overviews and undercurrents of situations places someone above others, but this may only be delusional and foolish – wisdom comes with humility.
    Everything must be part of a calculated scheme and/or further an agenda; while it may be grand to not let time and other resources go to waste, to see everything fall into place and become something greater than the sum of its parts, not everything can or should fit into a vision – some things just have to be allowed or let go of.
    Extreme tunnel vision; keeping focus and avoiding distractions may be necessary, particularly within certain situations that require it, but taking it to extremes in some instances might turn into no more than narrow-mindedness, stubbornness and ignorance.
    Deceit and/or lack of explanation; as a non-verbal process, it may be difficult to communicate and make understandable. However, this does not mean that deceit is more favorable nor that one shouldn’t at least make an effort to illustrate when necessary.
    Demanding profoundness and greatness in all; it’s fine to look for the extraordinary and to also see the extraordinary in the ordinary, but sometimes appreciating (or at least tolerating) the simplicity in the simple things is what can get us through the day.
    Distanced disconnection; detachment and non-attachment may serve well for clarity and impartiality, but too much distance and disconnection might reduce and diminish important matters.
    Apathy due to perceived “sameness’ and “predictability”; believing nothing matters because everything can be stripped down to the same predictable patterns misses the fact that there’s much more, composing all, that can be looked forward to.
    Assuming knowledge and understanding; being able to immediately grasp a concept or the essence of something can seem like a quick absorption of all that it’s made of, but this may be far from being the case and instead only vague knowledge and understanding are reached.
    Erroneous connections and synthesis; just as correlation does not equal causation and outcomes don’t necessarily imply intention, combining and summing up information may result in erroneous assessments when appropriate discernment is not practiced.
    Reactively trusting intuitive callings without insight; learning to hear what hunches are truly trying to say takes introspection and contemplation – without this, inner and outer conditions could get mixed up and be inaccurately read.

     

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    The Trickster Role Of Each Myers Briggs Type

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    The Opposing Role of Each Myers Briggs Type

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    The Opposing Role

    The opposing role is the 5th function and the first shadow function in the Beebe model’s extended 8-function stack. This function’s role manifests as a reaction towards the ego and especially its heroic dominant perspective when being opposed or obstructed. Obstruction might also be when the ego’s connection with the anima (or inferior function) is obstructed. This function refuses to “play” and join in whatever is going on at the time. Your 5th function is used mainly as a defense and manifests as unfriendly, rude and uncooperative. 

    “The opposing personality is a primary resource of defense, a part of us that tends to lurch forward first when we feel our heroic superior function and it’s most cherished values to be under attack”. (p132)  It is “oppositional, paranoid, passive-aggressive and avoidant”, (p. 41, 58, 132) and also ‘easy to project onto others, especially a person of the opposite sex”. “Projecting the opposing personality will cause a man to see the woman in a negative or troublesome light as she seems to embody the man’s own antagonistic traits”

    It might be easy for us to develop skill in the process that plays this role, but we are likely to be more narrow in our application of this skill, and it will likely take more energy to use it extensively. In its positive aspect, it provides a shadow or depth to our leading role process, backing it up and enabling us to be more persistent in pursuit of our goals.




    Opposing Role: Extroverted Thinking


     INTP

    TiNeSiFeTeNiSeFi

    ISTP

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    • Tries to beat others at their logic using their own principles.
    • Tries to promote their frameworks as being the most efficient, and in some way get them implemented.
    • Think that agreed upon logical rules are stupid and a waste of time.
    • Spunky Te types might be sexy.
    • Recognizing the need for external efficiency.
    • Feel obstructed in or become stubborn about the way the environment is organized, and other mechanical things.
    • Can become critical, disgruntled with disorder, illogic, or inefficiency.
    • Can become stubborn about organizing things and insist on a systematic approach.
    • Lashes out if others criticize their logic with emotional arguments, and make subjective arguments.
    • Spend unnecessary time establishing order, planning, and misguide themselves and others in the process.
    • “The environment should be ordered in a way that makes sense to me”.
    • Orders the external world according to what makes sense to the “hero” (dominant function). Opposes those who order it differently.
    • Will back up the ego’s internal technical model of how things should be, and thus when the principles are violated, it will be “stubborn” about how things are technically organized.




    Opposing Role: Extroverted Intuition


     INTJ

    NiTeFiSeNeTiFeSi

    INFJ

    NiFeTiSeNeFiTeSi

     

    • Turns toward external stimuli to back up their internal perceptions.
    • Feel obstructed in or become stubborn about emergent meanings and hypothetical possibilities.
    • Probably think that multiple possibilities are absurd. The patterns point to one right conclusion.
    • Over-reading between the lines, often misinterpreting someone’s actions and seeing negative intentions where there are none.
    • Interpret situations in a naive way, inferring malice where none exists.
    • Oblivious to unspoken potentials and get off track with inferences and interconnections.
    • Stubborn about responding to emerging information and locking on to a hidden meaning.
    • Veers away from likely outcomes according to internalized conceptual patterns and merges with the objects themselves, using their open, multiple meanings or possibilities to toss out at others, perhaps sarcastically.




    Opposing Role: Introverted Intuition


     ENTP

    NeTiFeSiNiTeFiSe

    ENFP

    NeFiTeSiNiFeTiSe

     

    • Feel obstructed by or become stubborn about their perceptions of unconscious images and meanings.
    • Taking only one possibility derived individually instead of the multitudes from the environment, is stupid and limiting.
    • Will “lock on” to an internal negative perception of what will happen.
    • Make dire predictions with certainty and mistake deep symbolism as a guidepost for life.
    • Envision how something will play out and ignore signs that it won’t work out, foreseeing disaster or nothing at all.
    • Stubborn about perceptions of how the future will be, and lock onto a vision that won’t happen.
    • Indulge negative thoughts of how events will unfold.




     Opposing Role: Introverted Thinking


     ENTJ

    TeNiSeFiTiNeSiFe

    ESTJ

    TeSiNeFiTiSeNiFe

     

    • Feel obstructed in or become stubborn about individually understood technical principles and robotically following them.
    • Breaking things down into [individually assessed] trivial detail is stupid, inefficient and a waste of time.
    • Steps aside from the means to the end of implementing efficiency, to referencing the inherent “universal” principles, explaining why this is the way it should be, or why others should understand or act accordingly.
    • May make statements or believe in ideas that are contradictory and illogical.
    • Caught up in pointing out others’ inconsistencies, with a dogmatic tendency to adhere to one principle rather than seeing its distinctions.
    • Can be stubborn about the models and principles they’ve adopted, categorising everything simplistically and robotically following the principles.
    • Prefer not to articulate operating principles and can get stuck in models and frameworks they have learned or adapted.




    Opposing Role: Extroverted Feeling


     INFP

    FiNeSiTeFeNiSeTi

    ISFP

    FiSeNiTeFeSiNeTi

     

    • Feel obstructed in or become stubborn about environmental [human] group standards.
    • Think that agreed upon ethics do not get to the real needs of people; affect them negatively, etc.
    • Will appeal to external societal values to defend personal valuations.
    • Over-address others’ concerns and feel disappointment over a false sense of closeness.
    • Convinced others don’t like, appreciate, or need them, and over-accommodate others needs.
    • Stubborn about how others affect them and resist being pulled into being responsible for others feelings and choices.
    • Can be quite critical and disgruntled about the expectations of the group to the point of rebellion and disengaging.




     Opposing Role: Introverted Feeling


     ENFJ

    FeNiSeTiFiNeSiTe

    ESFJ

    FeSiNeTiFiSeNiTe
    • Feel obstructed in or become stubborn about individual personal values.
    • Tailoring everything to individual personal needs is too much trouble.
    • Retreats to their own personal values (as a defense), which they normally adapt to accommodate others.
    • Inverts their value system erecting a hard stiff wall of what is important and desired to themselves personally.
    • Rigidly following a belief system or what they personally think is important, with accompanying childish and/or selfish behavior.
    • Spend money and time on things that are unimportant and care little about the value of things.
    • Be stubborn about values as they crusade for a particular cause, turning off people instead of mobilizing them.
    • Dwell on conflicts in beliefs, being critical, and locking into their desires by bulldozing others.




    Opposing Role: Extroverted Sensing


     ISTJ

    SiTeFiNeSeTiFeNi

    ISFJ

    SiFeTiNeSeFiTeNi
    • Feel obstructed in or become stubborn about tangible/practical reality.
    • Think that living in the moment is irresponsible. (However, some who do it are sexy).
    • Focus is shifted to current, emergent reality to backup past knowledge.
    • Stubborn about going on impulse and insist that they have an accurate read of the situation.
    • Excessively seek physical stimulation or following the urge to do nothing; zero in on isolated details, acting impulsively on them.
    • Dwell on the perceived “realities” of a situation; act highly impulsively.
    • Go on about “facts,” blocking others’ proposed actions, or get caught up in the moment and engage in impulsive behavior.




    Opposing Role: Introverted Sensing


    ESTP

    SeTiFeNiSiTeFiNe

    ESFP

    SeFiTeNiSiFeTiNe

     

    • Feel obstructed by or become stubborn about their perceptions of how things once were.
    • Memorized rules and such are stupid and limiting of freedom.
    • The past (stored tangible data) is used as a reference to how it links to the present, which they will stubbornly cling to.
    • Can become stubborn about their perception of the past and fixated on its relation to the present.
    • Prefer not to focus on the past but can be quite critical of past performances and overuse negative experiences to inform decisions.
    • Cling to what they are used to; repeat themselves in ritualistic fashion.
    • Get stuck in impressions of how things were and resist change; waste time reviewing the impact of the past.




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    12 Variations of the INTP Personality Type

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    In astrology, it is known that there are distinct differences among persons of the same zodiac sign. With the Myers Briggs, there are also shades of variation among shared types. While it appears that there is no 1 to 1 correlation between Myers Briggs type and astrology sign, it could be that the astrology sign may produce variations of a given Myers Briggs personality type. Here are 12 theoretical variations of the INTP personality.

    ARIES

    An Aries INTP may be especially dynamic and ambitious but just as socially awkward as the others. Intellectual arrogance may be accentuated due to their highly active minds and intense curiosity to understand everything. They work in impulsive bursts of energy rather than a steady constant flow. They live and move with a sense of purpose,  silently amassing a wealth of knowledge as they go.  An Aries INTP will likely tend towards impatience and frustration with restrictions and impediments that threaten to thwart them and their objectives. Extra blunt and to the point, they are very quick to zero in on the gravamen of a matter and suss out an array of creative solutions and poignant insights.

    TAURUS

    The Taurus INTP may be slightly more persistent than others and possess an added dose of patience and pragmatism. They are likely to be especially quiet and reserved and can work tirelessly to bring their goals to fruition or to attain a complete and full understanding of something in which they are interested. This type of INTP may be especially obstinate and uncompromising when their principles are violated.

    GEMINI

    Gemini is an air sign naturally associated with intellect, communication skill and learning. A Gemini INTP is likely to be especially silver tongued and verbally agile. A bright and fast thinking mind with an avid interest in assimilating new information and mastering abstruse concepts. They may enjoy talking with anyone willing to listen or keep up with them but they prefer those who can challenge them and sharpen their ideas.

    CANCER

    Cancers are emotional water signs which is something that runs counter to the phlegmatic INTP archetype. An INTP cancer may have a more developed Extraverted feeling (Fe) than the norm. This INTP likely has a soft underbelly for which they’ve developed defense mechanisms to protect. They may withdraw from the outside world into their “shell” when emotionally damaged and hurt. If they get burned enough times, they may develop an aloof and cold veneer to the point that they may deny having feelings at all. Only those who manage to penetrate their walls discover the loving and compassionate heart inside the robot.

    LEO

    Leos are proud and pompous and an INTP Leo is likely to be somewhat intellectually conceited or at least to appear to be so. They may intimidate others with the confidence with which they assert their points and arguments. INTP Leos may desire recognition and due credit for the brilliance of their ideas, and may feel slighted if they don’t feel properly acknowledged. They may be somewhat competitive and when they are insecure will likely be compelled to show off and try to impress others.

    VIRGO

    Virgos are modest and analytical which jibes naturally with the INTP personality type. VIrgo INTPs likely will be less interested in seeking recognition or taking credit for their work. They may have trouble asking for things like promotions or raises. They may be especially critical and scrutinizing in their analysis of both people and objects. This INTP may be more persnickety and argumentative and perhaps anal retentive about accuracy. Annoyingly so.

    LIBRA

    A Libran INTP might be very uncomfortable with conflict and will utilize tact and sensitivity to smooth things over or maintain the peace. They are not equipped to deal with emotional turmoil in any real capacity for they themselves have not mastery over their own. They may have a calm and awkward charm that others find affable. These INTPs may enjoy better social lives and an ability to extravert themselves more.

    SCORPIO

    Scorpio INTPs are likely to be very private and mysterious individuals. They may carry an aura of intrigue that leaves others to only speculate. For their part however, their penetrating minds are adept at reading others and figuring them out. These INTPs probably love secrets and esoteric knowledge. They truly enjoy the process of using their intuition, piecing together clues, connecting the dots in the service of uncovering the truth.

    SAGITTARIUS

    Sagittarius is jovial and philosophical. It is also the associated with Jupiter which is the planet of higher learning. A sagittarius INTP is likely unafraid to express their opinion in an unfiltered and blunt manner. They may be especially restless, always seeking to broaden their horizons and improve themselves. Learning is a mutual interest of both INTPs and Sagittarians so this is a indistinguishable quality between them. However a Sagittarius INTP may be more willing to break free from their comfort zone to embark on more adventurous exploits.

    CAPRICORN

    Both Capricorns and INTPs are reserved and shrewd. However the Capricorn INTP will likely be more responsible and dutiful with an eye on achievement. Capricorn INTPs are willing to work hard towards a goal and may resemble more of an INTJ in many regards. They may feel comfortable in a tutelary role where they can share their knowledge through teaching.  They may also be especially sarcastic with a dry a sense of humor.

    AQUARIUS

    The Aquarian INTP will likely appear more eccentric and quirky like an ENTP. This INTP will probably have heightened rebellious streak and have a low tolerance for those who try to shove authority down their throat. These are unconventional, inventive free spirits who are not afraid to stand out from the crowd or appear weird. Their independence is sacred.

    PISCES

    Albert Einstein was a Pisces reputed to be an INTP and if he is any indication, Pisces INTPs can be pretty ingenious. These INTPs may often appear lost in their thoughts which happens to be typical Pisces behavior. Their intuitions may border on clairvoyant. Their moods may be subject to frequent changes although they try to maintain a placid exterior. They frequently retreat to their inner world where they are most comfortable. They may be prone to excessive daydreaming and escapism and also drug and alchohol use.

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    7 Of The Most Expensive Insurance Payouts Ever

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    [dropcap]A[/dropcap]ccidents happen, and they often come at a hefty cost. Hurricanes, car accidents, slip and falls… all of these can result in extensive and expensive damage which is why it is important to have insurance coverage to help foot the bill. Some insurance payouts are staggering in their magnitude so here is a list of other disasters that cost insurance companies dearly.

    #7. Lucky Bean

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    Rowan Atkinson is an English actor best known for his comical role as Mr. Bean. In the U.K., Atkinson set a record for the largest insurance claim ever recorded after crashing his McLaren F1 automobile . In August 2011, the actor lost control while driving on an icy English road near Peterborough. Luckily, Atkinson walked away with only minor injuries but his 240 mph supercar spent more than a year under repair. The accident cost his auto insurance for a hefty £900,000 which equates to roughly $957,780 USD. The amount exceeded the previous U.K. insurance claim record by nearly 3 times. Since then, Atkinson’s auto insurances quotes will likely be sky high.

    #6. He Broke A Leg, now He’s Set For Life

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    In Virginia, a claimant slipped on ice and skated away with millions. In 2012, a man sustained multiple broken bones after slipping in the walkway outside his apartment residence. Further complications stemming from both the injury and a preexisting condition threatened the amputation of his lower leg. In the end, a personal injury lawyer in Virginia was able to win the claimant a structured settlement of $7.75 million on account of the property owner’s lack of snow and ice maintenance as required by law. It’s a heavy price to pay, no bones about it.

    #5. Art Theft

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    In 1994, thieves stole three paintings from the Schirn Kunsthalle art gallery in Frankfurt, Germany. Two of the paintings were by artist, J.M.W Turner and had been loaned from the Tate gallery in London. These pieces were insured for $18 million each and the Tate museum received $36 million in compensation in exchange for the ownership rights to the paintings. The paintings were later recovered, and the museum bought back the ownership rights.

    While you may not own a priceless work of art or antique, your personal belongings still have value.  Homeowners and renters insurance policies include a provision for protecting your possessions. You will receive a payout if the items are lost, stolen, or destroyed during a natural disaster. The amount of personal belongings coverage will vary depending upon the policy. Typically, homeowners insurance will cover an amount equal to half of the value of the home structure. Renters insurance coverage will vary. If you have an expensive piece of personal property, you may want to have a clause added to your policy for additional protection.

    #4. An Easy Target

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    Cyber insurance is not something that most of us would necessarily need or think of needing. For businesses that store and manage data about their customers such as addresses and credit card numbers, cyber insurance or technology professional liability insurance is an imperative.

    In early 2014, retail giant Target announced their data had been breached and the sensitive information of nearly 70 million customers had been stolen from their servers. The cyber theft cost the company $61 million and their insurance carrier was able to cover $44 million of those expenses. If you are concerned about someone stealing from you, then consider purchasing bond insurance. First-party bonds protect your business against employee theft. Third-party bonds will help to protect your clients’ possessions and theft by temporary employees.

    #3. Paul Walker

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    When one of the lead actors dies during the production of a film, the consequences can be very costly. In November 2013, actor Paul Walker died in a fatal car crash just moments after leaving a charity event in Valencia, California. Filming for his latest movie ‘Furious 7’ was still unfinished at the time and Walker’s untimely death left studio execs with a delicate problem. Universal Pictures filed a claim for $50 million which is said to be unprecedented in the way of Hollywood insurance claims. This was to cover the expenses involved in editing, like CGI “face-replacement technology” and script revisions. It is not known if the studio has received payment for their claim as of early 2015.

    #2. 9/11 Tragedy

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    September 11, 2001 will forever live in infamy not only for it’s death toll but for the magnitude of money it cost in damages. The lives of nearly 3,000 people ended in the wake of this senseless tragedy and it is regarded as the most expensive incident in insurance history. The total cost reached a towering sum of $40 billion which was payed out for losses including business interruption, vehicle and property damage, life insurance, liability insurance, aviation liability and workers compensation. Congress created a $7 billion fund to compensate 5,562 family members of the fallen. Payments went to widows and widowers, children and parents.

    #1. Hurricane Katrina

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    In 2005, the Gulf of Mexico was hit by a devastating hurricane trifecta in which more than 4,000 people perished. In the devastating aftermath following Katrina, Rita and Wilma, New Orleans was flooded and the combined damages left behind amounted to approximately $130 billion in insurance claims covered under ‘an act of God’. The enormous estimate comes from the costs of damage to homes and businesses as a result of the storms, as well as compensation for personal injuries and fatalities during the hurricanes.

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