I haven't taken the test lately, but in the past I have always been an INFP. So look at it this way--you are becoming more like me!
Last time I took a semi-serious version of the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (okay, it was only the Keirsey Personality Sorter, but it's fairly good as the poor man's MBTI) in 1998, I came out as INFP.I have wondered if this has changed over time (and the problem is that because of the research I've done into Dr. Briggs-Meyers' work, I know what the questions are really asking), but when I look at each dimension, I feel pretty much the same.
I took mine again and am also an INFP. We're apparently all over the church/academy.Interestingly, our mirror opposite, the ESTJ, includes GW, Sam Walton, and Billy Graham. Go figure...
The INFPs do exist!I am really surprised about the F. Have been a T. This test is certainly not as thorough as the "real ones" but I wonder if my F is coming out!
and I am a INFJ. But I haven't taken the test in years. I've very close to the line between I and E. But I do make a lot of decisions by intution.