KIN161_MeyersBriggs - Meyers-Briggs Personality Type and...

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Meyers-Briggs Personality Type and Relationships by Joshua Reed-Doyle April 8 th , 2008 KIN 161 – Christine Derr – Foundations of Wellness It has been far too long since I have taken a deep look into my own personality. To examine myself critically has been an eye-opening experience. Taking the Meyers-Briggs personality type test and interacting with new people within the last two weeks opened up doors in my life that are allowing me to express myself in ways I could have never imagined before. My strengths and weaknesses are much more apparent then they were before thanks to the Meyers-Briggs test's ability to describe me almost perfectly. Taking a look at my blind spots and weaknesses was definitely a wake-up call for me. It was nice to look at my strengths in a well articulated form so that I may reinforce my original thoughts. My relationships with my roommate and a new friend of mine were easily understood by me once I had taken the test and understood the underlying concepts governing it. Overall, exploring my personality has opened up many doors on the inside as well as the outside of my life. After taking the Meyers-Briggs test and scoring as a INTP, I noticed that the similarities
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course KIN KIN 161 taught by Professor Christinederr during the Spring '08 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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