MBTI STORIES

Objectively MBTI: Intro to Negative Loops

Part 1 on MBTI loops — how they are formed and how to come out of them

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NOTE: If you are unfamiliar with the cognitive functions or function stacks of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Typology Index), this post may be confusing or hard to follow. Check out the first three posts in my Objectively MBTI list to

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