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Let’s Understand their introverted nature

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The ISTJ Stands For

  • Introverted (I)
  • Sensing (S)
  • Thinking (T)
  • Judging (J)

Similar to its acronyms, the ISTJ personality type people are well-renowned for their introverted and organized nature. As they are not the flexible type of individuals, they prefer to plan and organize everything beforehand.


  • Planning & Organizing —…

My personal experience

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Today I will share a funny incident that happened with me back when I was doing my Master. Our post-graduate curriculum had both weekday and weekend classes but the weekend classes were mandatory for us. …

External validation and high Self-esteem

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Yes, you can achieve high self-esteem without external validation.

Your confidence in your own worth and abilities contribute to your self-esteem. It's not something transient like external validation. At first, it might appear that external validation can easily help in boosting our self-esteem, but this thing is momentary.

What if…

How To Avoid The Bandwagon Effect?

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The Bandwagon effect is considered a cognitive bias. This effect influences people’s thinking process and behavior because they assume that others are behaving in a similar way. For instance, people might adapt to a certain social trend merely because other people are following it.


  • In terms of the political scenario…

“Dark Side” of leadership traits

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As a Ph.D. researcher, I enjoy gathering insights that will help me better understand our sense of personality, behavior, and mind. In this article I will be exploring the Hubris syndrome and it’s characteristics.

The hubris personality can be defined by an extreme sense of self-confidence, pride, and self-importance. This…

The reasons behind so called “Crab Mentality”

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The term crab mentality is originated from the story about “crabs trapped in a bucket”. While trapped, the crabs are unable to escape the bucket as they are continuously dragging back any crab who tries to make it to the top.

This is why crab mentality is a kind of…

What we can learn from law 16 (48 laws of power)

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“Absence diminishes minor passions and inflames great ones, as the wind douses a candle and fans a fire.” — Francois de La Rochefoucauld

Principles of law 16

Law 16 highly emphasis the importance of absence and scarcity. We people, in general, do not value the things we can have very easily. We tend to…

How do you identify a regression defense mechanism

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As a Ph.D. researcher, I enjoy gathering insights that will help me better understand our sense of personality, behavior, and mind.

There are 20 different defense mechanisms and, regression is one of them.

What is regression?

Regression is one type of defense mechanism. The person using regression appears to return to their earlier…


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