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The INTPSe of direction as well as increased satisfaction in their careers and relationships Chapter 1 contains a general overview as well as a function by function analysis of the INTP personality type including a look at the tug of war between the INTP’s dominant Ti and inferior Fe function Chapter 2 examines INTPs’ typical course of growth and development across the lifespan Chapter 3 explores the “negative potentials” of the INTP personality type This includes a careful look at the INTP’s “dark side” as well as the degree to which INTPs are prone to various psychological problems such as depression ADD autismAsperger’s narcissism etc Chapter 4 tackles one of the INTP’s most poignant and recurrent concerns their uest for truth and meaning Chapter 5 examines INTPs’ political religious and philosophical propensities This includes analyses of the relative contributions of each of the INTP’s four functions to the ways in which they see and understand the world Chapter 6 dives deeply into some of INTPs’ most pressing career concerns This includes addressing issues such as the degree to which they should focus on the intrinsic v. When I first encountered MBTI I was very excited to find a type to relate to as I've always felt

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SUMMARY The INTP ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð INTPs love to think and philosophize They see themselves as uesting for truth and meaning Not only do they seek to know the truth about reality but to cultivate an abundant and meaningful life Unfortunately getting a firm hold on truth and meaning often proves trickier than they anticipate INTPs love to think and philosophize They see themselves as uesting for truth and meaning Not only do they seek to know the truth about reality but to cultivate an abundant and meaningful life Unfortunately getting a firm hold on truth and meaning often proves trickier than they anticipate Complicating matters further is INTPs’ concern for finding and securing their rightful place in the world This typically involves searching for two things the right career and the right relationship Because INTPs envision their optimal career as encapsulating or at least incorporating their uest for truth and meaning it too can prove slippery and elusive While often taking a back seat to the INTP’s work relationships can be another point of frustration and difficulty for this type At times being such independent souls INTPs may even consider whether a romantic partner is integral to their uest for happiness The primary purpose of this book is to help INTPs better understand themselves through the lens of personality typology This in turn can aid and abet their uest for truth meaning and purpose This book also strives to help INTPs develop a clearer sen. This is by far the most accurate and most helpful resource for the INTP personalty type that I ha

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Ersus extrinsic value of their work the pluses and minuses of working independently the potential merits of a day job creative versus analytical careers etc This chapter also enumerates the INTP’s most common career strengths and interest areas drawing on the six “RIASEC” interest themes developed by John Holland Further it examines the relative merits of specific careers and majors the hard sciences socialmoral sciences computersIT freelancing scholarship medicine psychology etc in light of the INTP’s personality skills values and interests Chapter 7 explores the ways INTPs think and function with respect to relationships including their unconscious motivations It also discusses relationships as a forum for learning and experimentation the danger of concealing negative thoughts and assumptions INTP communication issues Ti Fe identity issues and INTP attitudes toward family and parenting Chapter 8 might be viewed as an extension of Chapter 7 It explores on a type by type basis how INTPs may fare when paired with various personality types Chapter 9 compares and contrasts INTPs with related personality types INTJs ENTPs ISTPs and INFPs. I once complained that I didn’t like this book because after having spent money on it and readi