I’ve taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test three times. Twice for class, once for fun. You can say I like to learn about myself and how I think. Each time I’ve taken the test, it usually says the same thing: I function as an introvert, but I have extroverted tendencies.
When it comes to social situations, I’d much rather stay home and watch a movie or spend time staring at my beautiful wife than be thrust into a situation in which I will have to chat-it-up with people I hardly know. In fact, I try to avoid those situations if possible (which doesn’t quite work with my profession, a youth pastor). However, when I can, I recharge alone or, preferably, with only my wife. This works perfectly, because similarities attracted when my wife and I got together, as she is also an introvert.
You would think that two introverts being married is pure bliss, right? Two people always ready to share alone space together, perfectly content with recharging in silence. However…
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