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Kacee Quinelle
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Understanding the Seeker: Socionics in Everyday Life

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Somewhat akin to the MBTI ENTP personality type, the Seeker in Jung-based socionics reminds one of Don Quixote. This little book helps the Seeker personality type understand himself or herself as a personality and in relationships with others: parents, children, teachers, students, colleagues, friends. Through examples of home, school, work, and leisure situations, this bo ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published November 20th 2015 by Msi Press
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I was given this book for free by LibraryThing's Early Bird Reviewer / Goodread's FirstReads program for a review.

An interesting look into Socionics and 'Seeker' type in particular. I don't fully buy into the Socionics idea of personality types and I was never a strong believer in Jung's 'shadow' idea but there is some interesting characteristics that I identify with 'Seeker'. I think its a bit too easy to label someone a "this" or a "that" and it doesn't get to the real root of people / humanit
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