I found this really cool tag via Lindsey Reads and it sounded so fun to do. I haven't done a tag in a while so I thought that I would do one. I love doing tags where they are about you and self-discovery. I am in a very transitional part of my life right now praying a lot about where I want to be location-wise in the country and if I am going to move back east. Also, where I want to go to graduate school etc. I have a lot of hard choices that I need to make in the next six months that I have become super stressed thinking about everything.
My heart has always been back east it's just a lot to move 3,000 miles away and it would be a big transition for sure. Change has always stressed me out. I am just so tired of the desert in Phoenix and the heat. Money has been a stressful factor as well and there are way more job opportunities back east for me and the medical jobs are better and more abundant. Health care in Phoenix is terrible. I would miss my friends and family in Phoenix like crazy though. It's just a lot to think about.
Anyways, before I keep venting and carrying on let's get to the tag:
1. What is the meaning of my name?
2. What is my Myer-Briggs personality type? [LINK]
Standing Up for What’s Right
Connecting with Others (and Themselves)
The Cost of Success
A Personal Mission– Advocate personalities enjoy finding the perfect solution for the people they care about. To do this, they draw on their vivid imagination and their strong sense of compassion. This can make them excellent counselors and advisors. THIS IS HILARIOUS BECAUSE I AM IN SCHOOL TO BE A COUNSELOR LOL. GUESS, I PICKED THE RIGHT CAREER PATH.
– Advocates typically strive to move past appearances and get to the heart of things. This can give them an almost uncanny ability to understand people’s true motivations, feelings, and needs.
– People with the Advocate personality type tend to have deeply held beliefs, and their conviction often shines through when they speak or write about subjects that matter to them. Advocates can be compelling and inspiring communicators, with their idealism persuading even the hardest of skeptics.
– Advocates can pursue their ideals with a single-mindedness that may catch others off guard. These personalities rarely settle for “good enough,” and their willingness to disrupt the status quo may not please everyone. That said, Advocates’ passion for their chosen cause is a key aspect of their personality.
– Advocates generally aim to use their strengths for the greater good – they rarely enjoy succeeding at other people’s expense. They tend to think about how their actions affect others, and their goal is to behave in a way that will help the people around them and make the world a better place.
Advocate (INFJ) Weaknesses
– When someone challenges their principles or values, Advocates may react strongly. People with this personality type can become defensive in the face of criticism and conflict, particularly when it comes to issues that are near to their hearts.
– Advocates value honesty, but they’re also private. They may find it difficult to open up and be vulnerable about their struggles. This might also be because they think they need to solve their problems on their own or don’t want to burden other people with their issues. When Advocates don’t ask for help, they may inadvertently hold themselves back or create distance in their relationships.
– The Advocate personality type is all but defined by idealism. While this is a wonderful quality in many ways, an ideal situation is not always possible. Advocates might find it difficult to appreciate their jobs, living situations, or relationships if they’re continually fixating on imperfections and wondering whether they should be looking for something better.
– Advocate personalities tend to be motivated by a sense of having a greater purpose in life. They might consider it tedious or unnecessary to break their big visions into small, manageable steps. But they may be setting themselves up for frustration if they don’t turn their dreams into everyday routines and to-do lists. Without these specifics, their goals may never materialize.
– Advocates’ perfectionism and reserve may leave them with few options for letting off steam. People with this personality type can exhaust themselves if they don’t find a way to balance their drive to help others with necessary self-care and rest.
One of the things Advocates find most important is establishing genuine, deep connections with the people they care about.
3. What is my zodiac sign?
4. What is my Hogwarts house? [LINK]
Your in-depth results are:
Hufflepuff - 17
Ravenclaw - 14
Gryffindor - 10
Slytherin - 6