Introverted Feeling Quiz Discover which Introverted Feeling personality type matches you. Take this quiz to find out! alina90 published on October 301 response 0 « Previous Next » Questions in vertical order 1/10 How would you describe your emotional depth? Moderate, thoughtful, and reflective. Light, mellow, and carefree. Very deep, intense, and complex. 2/10 How do you typically handle conflicts or confrontations? I confront conflicts head-on and assert myself. I tend to avoid conflicts and seek harmony. I approach conflicts with empathy and diplomacy. 3/10 What motivates you the most? Achievement, success, and recognition. Harmony, peace, and well-being. A sense of purpose and personal values. 4/10 How do you prefer to express your creativity? Through analysis, problem-solving, and logical thinking. Through artistic and imaginative expressions. Through empathy, understanding, and helping others. 5/10 What is your attitude towards rules and authority? I question rules and find ways to challenge the authority. I respect rules and follow authority diligently. I believe rules should be flexible and adaptable. 6/10 How do you handle your own emotions? I tend to suppress my emotions and find it difficult to express them. I often get overwhelmed by emotions and find it challenging to control them. I am usually in control of my emotions and can regulate them effectively. 7/10 How do you prefer to communicate with others? Through deep and meaningful conversations. Through direct and assertive communication. Through empathetic and compassionate listening. 8/10 How do you typically make decisions? Based on the impact on others and emotional considerations. Based on my personal values and moral compass. Based on logical analysis and objective assessment. 9/10 What are your socializing preferences? I prefer meaningful connections over frequent social interactions. I enjoy spending time alone or with a few close friends. I enjoy socializing and being around people often. 10/10 How do you handle criticism or feedback? I value constructive criticism and use it to improve myself. I take criticism personally and find it challenging to accept. I often perceive criticism as judgment and become defensive.