The Kind of Friend I am, Based on my Myers-Briggs Type? By KATHERINE GILLEN


As the resident extroverted introvert, you consider being there for your friends of utmost importance. And they’re not your friends, they’re your soulmates, dammit. But as the rarest of the MBTI, you probably don’t know a lot of others who share this sentiment. If it ever feels like you’re more popular than you’d like to be, it’s because your friends see you as a sincerely encouraging life force. They love you; don’t take it too personally!

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