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E+P or N+T or S+J: Playing with different letters
You might be an ENFJ or an INTP, but what happens if we change around some of the letters? In this meetup we’ll look at different aspects of our personality types through pairs of type letters. For example, if we throw four parties and divide them up according to attitudes (EP, EJ, IJ, IP), you’d get completely different parties. If it comes to our skills and talents and our interests, we group best according to our functions (ST, SF, NT, NF). If we look at how we talk to people and express our beliefs, we get completely different intonations and use of sentences (TJ, TP, FJ, FP). So come along and let's have some fun with changing type groups; a musical chairs of type letter combinations. SUNDAY OR MID-WEEK MEETUPS We also meet mid-week on a Tuesday. We'll be running the same topic each month on both the Sunday and Tuesday - come to whichever suits.

Blondini's @ The Embassy

10 Kent Terrace · Wellington

What we're about

This is a group for everybody who would like to understand a bit more about themselves and the people they live or work with through sharing with others.

Maybe you would like to know why your kids always clash, or why your partner is so sensitive... or not sensitive enough. Maybe you would like to know why you or somebody you love never seems to fit in. Maybe you want to know why you have chosen a certain profession. Maybe you just want to share what you know about personality types or learn what others know.

The silly little cartoon on this page represents two people reaching out to each other over an invisible wall. This invisible wall symbolizes the communication problems that result from our inborn natural type differences (personality clashes and misunderstandings). Our group aims to help people reach out through understanding the different personality types.

The key is that once we understand that we are not all alike, we can open our minds to sharing rather than judging each other and learn to celebrate our differences. The main focus of this group is on understanding the 16 psychological types first described by Carl Jung and made popular by Myers-Briggs and David Keirsey, but with some adjustments that bring it from just descriptive accounts of our differences in which you know your "typename" to a deeper understanding of what goes on inside us that makes us so different in one way and so alike in another.

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