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Episode 5: The 3 Ways of Determining Your Personality Type
In this podcast we discuss the three commonly employed methods for honing in on your specific personality type. We explore the strengths and weaknesses of each method and how to avoid the common pitfalls with each method.
|May 06, 2018|
Episode 4: Thinkers in Relationships
This podcast explores the challenges, both practical and psychological, thinking types (e.g., INTP) face in relationships. These challenges largely stem from the inferior nature of thinkers’ feeling (F) function, which can make their feelings more difficult to access, understand, and express. There are exceptions, however, such as periods of infatuation in which feelings are fueled by idealism. While experiencing strong emotions provide the promise of a more rich and rewarding life for thinking types, such experiences can be difficult to sustain once their thinking (T) process regains it typical control. Thinkers are thus faced with the challenge of finding a more sustainable way of integrating feeling into their daily lives and relationships. They must also come to grips with how they will think about and engage with their partners once feelings of infatuation have waned. What will motivate them to persist and grow with their partners?
|Mar 31, 2018|
Episode 3: Judger (J) or Perceiver (P)?
In this podcast, we explore some general characteristics of Judging (J) and Perceiving (P) types. We also discuss how the J-P preference relates to a type's functions and why it can be particularly tricky for introverts to sort out their true J-P status.
|Feb 18, 2018|
Episode 2: Introverts & Extraverts
In this podcast, we explore key personality differences between introverts and extraverts, as well as their respective paths to growth and development.
|Dec 10, 2017|
Episode 1: Intro to the Functions
This podcast provides an overview of the Jungian functions (e.g., Introverted Intuition (Ni)) and discusses their importance with respect to personal development and knowing your true Myers-Briggs personality type (e.g., INFJ).
|Nov 14, 2017|