A. Hello. I have been typed as an INTJ (not on here) but I am not sure if it is the correct type. When I worry about things, I tend to plan pretty far into the future, which some have read as high Ni. Generally speaking, I don’t trust my emotions and am not likely to follow them, and I know from other people that I tend to give advice over empathy/sympathy.
B. I do not think fondly of tradition most of the time, but I also don’t break rules. I’m a very private person and typed myself as an introvert, but I can also go on long rants about things I’m interested in. I find myself highly interested in many things, including both the soft sciences and the hard sciences. Different people have either called me “very introverted” or an extrovert. I tend to isolate myself from both people and feelings when under stress.
C. I also don’t trust easily. At all. I know that humans are very paradoxical, but I don’t have very much experience with typing and neither does anyone I’m close with, so I was hoping to get another opinion.
Here’s my thoughts, which are going to be pretty inconclusive. I’m also going to recommend this post which I made to illustrate what kind of information is useful as a lot of your descriptions are very general, and I think it might provide you with some insight in how I personally approach the typing process: http://ill-be-istj-if-no-one-else-is.tumblr.com/post/182847278476/anatomy-of-an-ask-whats-useful-information-when
Planning into the future: highly dependent on what type of plans and the nature of plans - most people have some sort of long-term plan, but NJs and SJs both tend to have more specific plans, SJs tend to be more detailed and step-by-step vs. NJs big picture, etc.
Don’t trust emotions, giving advice: most likely a thinker.
Doesn’t like tradition: really depends a lot on the tradition.
Private, can go on long rants: if you think you’re an introvert I won’t dispute that, and what you say seems completely reasonable for being introverted - introverts can still talk a lot, MBTI introversion is related to functional preference and all the IxTx’s could very easily be seen going on a long rant.
Interested in many things: …so is everyone? I think? I hope at least? When it comes to interests unless it’s something very niche or you have a very clear reason for the interest, it’s not that helpful in typing.
Don’t trust easily: I think this might be more tied to enneagram, and I think it’s also likely a consequence of and/or larger part of being a very private person.
So: I think introvert and thinker are reasonable but I can’t distinguish Ti vs. Te here, nor any preference for sensing over intuition.