Personality typing has always been fascinating to me.
Some people don't like to be type cast or put in little boxes.
But I don't see it that way. I see it as a way of better understanding yourself, your reactions to things, the people around you and the relationships you have with those people.
Some of the personality typing or tests I have done either for fun or with a teaching staff as professional development are...
Today I'm ESFJ. I'm such an enigma...LOL.
My best friend from college is now an Enneagram teacher and has presented at two Enneagram conferences in the U.S.A.
I love having Enneagram discussion with her.
Originally when I heard about this I typed myself as a 1.
My friend later thought I might be a 4.
But after she videoed an interview with me and took it to her panel of experts, they thought I was probably a 9. And as much as I would love to be a 4, 9 sits much more comfortably with me. (And comfort is a big thing for 9s!)
So if you have some spare time and feel like taking some tests, I'd love to know what you are.