Occasional Tart – ISFJ vs INFJ Nostalgia

Occasional Tart – ISFJ vs INFJ Nostalgia

January 28, 2017Myers Briggs, Typology

Occasional Tart is a Q&A series with Chelsea (Acerbic Inq) Today’s tart: Savory The question today included some cognitive functions (Si, Ni, etc). If you don’t know what those acronyms mean, check out this document: Passive Profiling Reference Sheet  ————————————————————                               … Read More

Passive Profiling David Bowie

Passive Profiling David Bowie

January 26, 2017Myers Briggs, Typology

In this video, I discover David Bowie’s Myers Briggs personality type by watching interviews of him. Not only that, but I analyzed a few of his lyrics just to be thorough. Here’s an introduction to cognitive functions which I use to determine his type. The interviews I grabbed are from 1979 and 1998 respectively. You can … Read More

Passive Profiling Reference Sheet: The 8 Cognitive Functions

Passive Profiling Reference Sheet: The 8 Cognitive Functions

January 21, 2017Myers Briggs, Typology

Hey there. I wrote this short introduction of cognitive functions as accessibly as I possibly could, so hopefully you can join the fun of passively profiling amazing people. As a disclaimer, this article very briefly explains certain terms and barely scratches the surface of human complexity, so make sure to use it as an introductory guide … Read More

Stereotypes

Stereotypes

December 19, 2016Thoughts

(Originally posted on April 11, 2016) I hate stereotypes. Probably because I’m incredibly biased. When my mom gave birth, God deemed me unlucky and stamped “label me!” onto my forehead. Therefore, my life has been, is, and always will be a constant battle between pre- and misconceptions. Now some people will express their preconceptions of … Read More

Overcoming Limiting Beliefs

Overcoming Limiting Beliefs

December 19, 2016Thoughts

(Originally posted on April 9, 2016) My austrian ENFJ friend ROCKS the social realm. I did some web design work for her au pair blogging website. I tell you, the first day she made the site live, she had more than a thousand views. ONE SINGLE DAY. And you know what she said to me … Read More

The Ever-Present Shield

The Ever-Present Shield

December 19, 2016Thoughts

(Originally Posted April 7, 2016) I’m really starting to understand the point of reading. Like, I’ve always liked reading, but didn’t allow myself that enjoyment because I thought…it was stupid? A waste of time? Or I didn’t think I deserved enjoyment. Probably that last one. But I just read one of the most honest books … Read More

Video Review – Ralph Smart

Video Review – Ralph Smart

December 19, 2016Review

(Originally posted on January 29, 2016) Many modern-day people struggle with maintaining mental and emotional health. A number of people tackle the issue with methods that’ve worked for them, and share their knowledge with the world. One such person is Ralph, an author and psychologist who runs Infinite Waters. Ralph inspires people to better themselves. … Read More

Adventures of the Friendless

Adventures of the Friendless

December 19, 2016Thoughts

 (Originally posted on July 30th, 2015.) I’m friendless. At the moment, the fault lies with me. Or rather, my current teaching profession is a social energy sucking lake of quicksand in which I’m able to see a different path, but I’m kinda stuck right now. Help? If I quit my job, I’d have more chances … Read More

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

December 18, 2016Thoughts

I have a dilemma. I often hear that learning how to express my emotions will help prevent mental and physical health problems in the future. Being naturally hesitant to feel things deeply, it’s important for me to overcome the fear and just do the exercises necessary to better my emotional health. Intellectually, I get this. … Read More