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I came across this site last night while teaching a class about Typing

I have known for a long time that I was a solid INTJ. The day 25 years ago that I discovered that fact, I also lost my guilt about being the way I am.

I spent my life as a software designer (but then I also like to design anything) and now I am enjoying >65 by teaching classes online (and doing art, music, furniture, rooms...).

In these classes, if I can anyway sneak it in (hard to do in a math class), I have the students do a personality profile assignment and then go over their typing. Most (even though they are 25-60 years in age) have never really had this explained to them and they are in awe on how close the results of this describes them.

As I was showing them the results of entering "INTJ" in a search engine I found this site and decided to come back.

Great site. Lots of very interesting stuff.

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Gotta say, we haven't heard this one before. A class about typing. Wait. Maybe I'm confused. Typing, like click-click-click on the keyboard? Or MBTI typing?

*shrugs*

Either way, welcome!

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Ignore them.

We know you where seeking out the collective(in your own way).

So, welcome and rejoyce.(or whatever):)

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So, was losing your guilt like losing your virginity? Nosey INTJs want to know.

Welcome.

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No guilt about being who you're supposed to be.

Welcome now back in your corner kay ;)

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I have a psych professor that slips a personality exercise as a icebreaker before his classes. It's funny what results we get.

Welcome!

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Cool! I teach, too... but I got a D+ in typing when I was in high school.

Greetings!

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