Factors to keep in mind: Possible mild PTSD and/or depression
Dominant Ni: Unlike most INTJs, Thomas doesn’t have a grand life-goal (sign of an unhealthy INTJ, because the grand goal is a major piece of the dominant function). He can predict the future extremely accurately and always plans ahead to keep himself safe from danger. He understands other people pretty well, and uses this to manipulate them. He’s a snoop who likes to figure people’s secrets out and control things from behind the scenes. He sometimes gets a bit too caught up in his visions and pursues them desperately without always asking whether his plans will work indefinitely.
Auxiliary Te: Thomas organises other people to do his dirty work for him, collecting information for his use. He’s always working towards improving his situation through action. All the questions he asks involve information that he sees a direct use for. He strategizes to achieve his goals and thinks through most his decisions logically before acting on them (and if he doesn’t it’s bad news for him). He likes to be in charge and takes pride as his status rises in the household.
Tertiary Fi: Thomas doesn’t talk about his feelings very often, and when he does, it’s usually only when he sees a necessity for it. He accepts his faults and does what he can to face them. He views himself as an outsider and when he’s younger however, he takes out his resentment by bullying other people. He has a hard time understanding other people’s feelings, but as he matures, he makes an effort to be kinder. He makes friends with other people who where similar experiences to him.
Inferior Se: At times, Thomas acts on spur of the moment impulses, and when he does he usually gets into trouble. He’s a risk taker who’s good at making quick decisions (unless they involve his emotions) and he knows how to take opportunities as he sees them. When he’s under stress, he gets desperate and falls for other people’s schemes.