I have consistently found a lot of traffic to my blog with searches related to INTJ. One of the reasons for this, I think, is that there is no good “Index” site for INTJs. One needs to search and then visit a lot of pages in an exploratory fashion to really get what you’re looking for. Hence this post.
1. I’m omitting all sites that are primarily commercial in nature or offer too many ads.
2. I’m sure INTJs will love a nice capsule of information like this. Before you leave this blog, if you find this useful, I request you take a moment to comment.
Because as this article states: “if too much feeling is suppressed, INTJs may build up pressure and find expression in inappropriate ways. Their feeling needs to be used constructively, such as through appreciation of other people. Given their talent for analysis, appreciation may be hard for INTJs, but they will find it helpful on the job as well as in personal relationships.” 🙂
3. Also, do read some of my posts related to INTJs.
INTJ Personality Profile
The classic profile description and functional analysis. Start here.
Portrait of an INTJ, also must read.
One of the most insightful descriptions at Murray State University.
INTJ on Wikipedia — says it all.
Descriptions of INTJs from a social perspective.
By now, you’ll have some questions. Does introvert mean shy? How to deal with INTJs? How about gender, sex, religion, profession?
Most of these are answered in this INTJ FAQ.
Find out your strengths and weaknesses, and how you’re as a parent or a friend.
A badly designed site, nonetheless has some more ‘academic’ information.
Worth one-time visit, to check out how INTJs can contribute to a team, how they deal with stress, etc.
Worth one-time visit, to check out how Introverts deal with stress.
Revenge of the Introverts
“With the continuous enhancement of pagers, teleconferencing, cellular phones, and the development of personal communicators, a growing verbal inferno threatens to engulf the world’s quieter individuals. Yet, silent as they may be, introverts can have a lot to say given the right forum. They’ve found that the internet can help them communicate in their preferred manner; a written dialogue with time to pause for thought and analysis.”
An excellent article that sheds light on why introverts like INTJs prefer email to phone, among other things.
Introverts in an Extroverted World
An excellent article describing challenges faced by introverts, and tips for parents on how to raise an introverted child.
INTJ Love Tips
Few tips on love.
How to love an INTJ — Tips if your partner is an INTJ
Some down-to-earth descriptions of what it means to live as an INTJ. Astounding number of posts, but I don’t think that’s a problem for INTJs!
A moderately active forum of a community of about 220 INTJs.
Thanks to Pamela for the excellent Murray State University link.
Do please let me know through your comments if you find this useful. If it does prove useful, I’ll expand it. Thanks!
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