MEU DEUS, MINHA INFANCIA
Downton Abbey: Mary Crawley [ISTP]
Ti: Mary is interested in how things work and how to improve them; once involved in the process of running the estate, she isn’t afraid to consider alternate methods of doing things, putting aside tradition to do it. She seeks ways to improve their situation, both financially and morally. She questions the world and the people around her, and is especially hard on herself when she analyzes herself.
Se: She sometimes acts too quickly, without regard for the potential consequences of her actions (flirting to hurt Edith and losing Matthew’s attention in the process, sleeping with Pamuk). Mary enjoys riding horses and owning beautiful clothes; she enjoys new and exciting things (new relationships, fox hunts, etc). She takes pride in her appearance and is aware of what’s happening around her. Mary can quickly take advantage of a situation and bend it to her advantage, once she knows what to do.
Ni: Her awareness of the world around her and her rationality often leads her to forward-thinking conclusions that catch up to her after she has acted rashly (regretting Pamuk, since she is now a “ruined woman”; foreseeing her reputation’s downfall and acting to prevent it). She has a further-reaching vision than Matthew in her desire to keep the estate running.
Fe: In times of stress or grief, Mary’s emotions overwhelm her and cause her to sink into deep depression. She finds it difficult to understand her own emotions and often thinks she has none, but she also adapts to whatever the people around her expect from her (she wants to please her father, and worries about disappointing him; she is kind to Lavinia even though she doesn’t like her).
[Sidenote: Mary is difficult to type. Most people peg her as an INTJ but ISTPs are often mistaken for INTJs.]
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Downton Abbey: Sybil Crawley [INFP]
Fi: Sybil feels stifled under the old traditions of the world and life around her. She has passions and principles wholly separate from the beliefs of her family (feminism), and fights for others with whom she shares a sense of unity (finding external opportunities for others who want to leave the service). Sybil isn’t concerned with what others think about her, so long as she follows her heart.
Ne: The endless possibilities of the future excite her; she can see change coming and welcomes it. Sybil also sees through the facade of others; she understands them in ways they can’t expect, particularly Mary. Her quiet observances, over time, lead her to grand conclusions.
Si: Former feelings and experiences reinforce what is happening in the present; Sybil isn’t just living in this moment and the future, she’s also remembering prior encounters and conversations with Branson.
Te: Once she decides what she wants, Sybil pursues it — she isn’t afraid to take action. She also takes action for others, figuring out how to help them accomplish their goals and organizing them and the world around them so they can meet that goal.
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