Post Edited (stkitt) : 6/5/2007 4:54:07 PM (GMT-6)
I took the test and I am an Isfj......so Lyn I have a bit of judgemental but I don't think that is bad it helps us stay alert and also probably came from the work we did.
I seem to be a Protector
The primary desire of the Protector Guardian is to be of service to others, but here "service" means not so much furnishing others with the necessities of life, as guarding others against life's pitfalls and perils, that is, seeing to their safety and security. There is a large proportion of Protectors in the population, perhaps as much as ten percent. And a good thing, because they are steadfast in their protecting, and seem fulfilled in the degree they can insure the safekeeping of those in their family, their circle of friends, or their place of business.
Protectors find great satisfaction in assisting the downtrodden and can deal with disability and neediness in others better than any other type. They go about their task of caretaking modestly, unassumingly, and because of this their efforts are not sometimes fully appreciated. They are not as outgoing and talkative as the Providers, except with close friends and relatives. With these they can chat tirelessly about the ups and downs in their lives, moving (like all the Guardians) from topic to topic as they talk over their everyday concerns. However, their shyness with strangers is often misjudged as stiffness, even coldness, when in truth these Protectors are warm-hearted and sympathetic, giving happily of themselves to those in need.
What can I say?????? Hello I am Johnny Cash?
It told me to jump in a lake with cement shoes lol
Xx Sometimes we all have to go a little crazy just to stay sane xX
Lyn, You is just fine the ways you ams.
Cowboy............get out and catch that Elk.
It is always fun to take those tests and try to remember what you answered to the same question earlier in the test.
Gentle Hugs..........to all
It is a bit spooky to know the test is pretty accurate, even when you know it yourself to have it validated is different.
Yes your therapist would be proud of you.