Judging Over Perceiving Research Paper

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According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator/Jung's Typology Test results, I have a slight preference of Extraversion over Introversion at 9%, I have a slight preference of Intuition over Sensing at 16%, I have a moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking at 34%, and I have a moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving at 31%. I feel as though these results are very accurate. The only section that I don’t completely agree with would be the “Judging over Perceiving” aspect of the test. Relating more with being an extrovert rather than an introvert makes me more personable than some, therefore I attract more people. I do believe that I am certainly more emotional than logical in many aspects of my life, especially when it comes to loved ones. This is an issue at times because when I attract the wrong individuals into my life, I may get attached as well and it tends to prevent me from moving forward. Judging rather than perceiving has hindered my mind frame, in doing so I may not be as open to certain things, …show more content…

I’ve experienced an interpersonal conflict with a friend and although I know that no one is perfect, this is well known, but a friend of mine made a ton of bad choices and nothing she did made sense to me. I would judge her immediately when she told me stories about how she left her children with her mother rather than raising them herself. This is something I could not relate to at all. She also had multiple kids by multiple men, this again is something that I cannot personally relate too. So I distanced myself and I watched her decisions from a far, in doing so I came to the conclusion that my friend had low self-esteem, she was depressed and keeping her children at that time was not best for them or her. Being able to use perception rather than judgement, helped me be able to help her. Thus making the overall outcome for her and her children a more positive

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