Resilience and the INTJ Personality

I think we’re wired for opportunism.

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During this COVID-19 global pandemic that is plaguing the world this very instant, we’re all told to hang in there. We need to learn how to weather the storm. These are trying times indeed.

Can we see the silver lining in this catastrophe?

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