David Bowie: Discerning Ni-dom

Can we talk about two things? One is David Bowie. The other is how “easy” it is to be (mis)typed as a Ni-dom online. I watch people automatically type characters and celebrities as Ni-dom all the time, when they show absolutely zero emphasis on actual Ni. Basically, it comes down to a method like this:... Continue Reading →

Climbing Into Your Skin

  “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” – Atticus Finch, To Kill a Mockingbird Growing up, one of my greatest struggles was not understanding how it was so difficult for others to put aside themselves... Continue Reading →

The Intuitive Writer

Here are the benefits of Intuitive writers (INFP, INTP, INFJ, INTJ)! N’s are dreamers, not realists. We’re continually in search of new ideas and information! What better playground for an Intuitive than their own mind… a place where they can create and explore limitless possibilities, plot and rationalize out behaviors, situations, and characters, organize and... Continue Reading →

What the Women of Fringe Taught Me

I may have issues with what J.J. Abrams has done with the Star Trek franchise (sexism, ahoy!) but I love his brainchild, the five-season sci-fi series Fringe. It’s the kind of thinking-viewer’s show that makes me go into spasms of delight. It asks hard questions, it makes me think, and it gives rational explanations for... Continue Reading →

Life of a logical writer

I’m an obsessive person. One might call it “tunnel vision.” Whatever (or whoever) I’m focused on, gets all my attention. Other things fall by the wayside, even meals. On the up side, this is a good thing. It motivates me, keeps me on track, and helps me finish things. But… it can be emotionally exhausting... Continue Reading →

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