Hello everybody and every body!
I so excited about finding this forum that I can't even remember my special username! (which was a suggestion by a dictionary when I wrote my name into it (with all Lithuanian letters). I was expecting something "meaningful" and what a success! A large old-fashioned bus, "perfectly describes me", oh well.
I am very disappointed that such cool thing as socionics isn't very popular in my country, however, I am glad that being a part of this (foreign to me) community will probably help to improve my supertiny English knowledge. I am here because one of my friends infected me with this stuff and even though I find myself hard to memorize all the terms and other theoretical part of socionics, the contemplation about human beings is a big part of my life so I believe that identifying the types of other people is really useful.
Moreover, I am knee-deep in finding who the person named Myself really is so I would really appreciate if any of you could help me solving my dilemma which is:
few years ago I did several tests and they "decided" that I am EII. While my friend (who is knee-deep in socionics and MBTI) strongly believes that I am LII. It is true that I make logical decisions more often than the ones based on emotions, but deep inside me the ethical aspects of life are really important to me and I have really strong feelings for almost everything. The fact is that no one is able to see these emotions. Though, my psychiatrist says it's just because I am schizoid (I even had spent a month in a hospital due to this and I have still been taking the cure for more than year). When talking about the MBTI, I formerly have been more like F and after a while I "became" more like T.
SOOOO, am I LII because I'm schizoid or am I actually EII but look like LII because I'm schizoid? My friend upholds the view that person's type doesn't ever change during whole life. Is it true?