It is fascinating to me how personality tests work. I used to think that they were kind of silly, in the same way that horoscopes are. How can one description really fit all of the individuals who fall under that umbrella? However, I’ve taken the Myers Briggs Test twice (once in high school and once in college) and both times my result was INFJ. If you need a cheat sheet for what the letters mean, go here.
The list under the cut gets a little repetitive towards the end but it’s totally worth a look if you’ve ever wanted a deeper sense of who I am.
The money that you donate goes straight to the organization and is a contribution to a non-profit so it is tax deductible. I just did it through the website and it was completely legit. I think donating a few dollars so someone can get the skills to help others is something most of us can do. Even if all you can spare is a $1, I’m sure Oliver would really appreciate it. - nikki
I’m in the works of becoming a volunteer for IMAlive, the first online crisis network. You may have heard about it through Postsecret, To Write Love On Her Arms, or Hopeline You can read about it more here.
In order to be trained I need to complete a 20 hour OCSIS course, and although it is expensive, I believe the benefit outweighs any cost associated. I’ve already raised $50, but I need another $200 to pay for the course. Rest assured, all donations go straight to the organization, and not my pocket.
I can’t offer much in return, but I’ll gladly send each person a handwritten thank you letter. If you can’t donate, I truly understand but perhaps you could reblog as someone who follows you may be able to.
If you’d like to donate, simply go here.
Oliver Spencer Drambour
thanks for the perspective. that actually helps me reframe it a bit in my mind. maybe i am being too harsh, it just felt off to me. i have tremendous respect for all the whose line guys :)