Question of the day

Would you describe yourself as a feeler or a thinker?

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14 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SKL says:

    I’m a thinker.

    No really, I took that test and came out a thinker. INTJ, I think. So it has to be true, right?

    One might guess that being a cold, calculating thinker would keep me out of trouble, but not really. For one thing, I will pursue a logical argument past the point where it pushes other people’s buttons. For another thing, my friends who are “feelers” can’t stand that I remain cool while they are in an uproar. It makes them ten times more angry.

    Being a thinker means I see through the BS of the moment, the charisma, the passion, etc., and recall enough facts to know that person X is telling an outright lie, or look ahead enough to know that no matter how bad this argument gets, the underlying friendship will remain. And it makes me grind my teeth when I see highly intelligent “feeling” people fall for BS and refuse to listen to my factual proof to the contrary.

  2. SanityFound says:

    I am a feeler, a true ENFP – Extroverted Intuitive Feeling with Perception … it is how I operate lol – basically it is the loopy juice personality *shrug*

  3. bojinx says:

    I’m not sure what I am based on the tests… But I know that I can think an awful lot about something…. and my head will come up with one conclusion… but if my gut doesn’t like it… then I go with my heart… So i guess I’m just a feeler… that sounds like I go about in movie cinema’s… feeling around… No man… not that kind of feeler…

  4. holeycheese says:

    I’m a thinker

  5. thegoddessanna says:

    Thinker – I find comfort in reason and logic. Feeling is so subjective. I like being called cold-hearted. : )

  6. nikki says:

    Oh I am definitely a feeler. I do think but I go by the way I feel. I’m a very sensitive person, too sensitive.

  7. Joy says:

    I’m a feeler too. I wish I wasn’t at times though. Not thinking things through more has gotten me into some situations that I wished I wasn’t in.

  8. Sue says:

    I’m a thinker first and then a feeler. I think it’s b/c of my job. There’s an order and a logic to all we do and like the goddessanna said, feelings are so subjective.

  9. Just a Mom says:

    I am a little of both. I usually go with my gut feeling but when it comes to major things I get out the old pen & paper and make my lists of pros & cons.

  10. mssc54 says:

    I think I’m a feeler. At least that’s what my wife says to me all the time. “Stop that”. But honey, that was a non-sexual touch.

  11. nikki says:

    Love touches is what my husband calls them!! Funny:)

  12. Jennifer says:

    I’m a thinker…often to the point of destruction…I tend to overthink sometimes and overanalyze…especially myself….

  13. kweenmama says:

    It depends on the situation. I can be both.

  14. Amber says:

    I have one foot planted in both camps

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