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The Annoying Qualities Of Each Myers Briggs Type

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annoying qualities of each myers briggs type

INTP


  • In trying to explain how they got from A to B they may condescendingly simplify things to the point of insult or give up with a dismissive “never mind”.
  • Delaying the completion of their work indefinitely with constant revisions, sometimes even quitting before they ever begin.
  • Setting aside their partners’ feelings, and their own, for far too long.
  • Dressing oddly/shabbily, neglecting personal hygiene and carry a distinctive smell that they do not realize they exude.
  • Emotionally inattentive. May need reminders to pay attention to their relationships and family life.
  • Being rather messy and feel little need to maintain a clean work space to study.
  • Not following instructions or finishing tasks
  • Showing off their pithiness instead of using plain language that would be better understood.
  • Passive-aggressive tendencies like not answering the phone or giving the silent treatment.
  • While busy chewing their mental cud, they don’t pay much attention to external details.
  • Tendency to poke holes in other’s faulty logic with an emphasis on clarity and precise word use. Feel honor bound to correct other’s mistaken ideas.

INTJ


  • Being too controlling of others and trying to shape them according to their ideals.
  • Closing themselves off to the opinions of those they believe to be intellectually inferior.
  • Insensitive and tactless in making their opinions of others all too clear.
  • Unnecessarily saying harmful and distorted things.
  • Delusional and foolish overestimation of their abilities.
  • Neurotic level of perfectionism that runs others away.
  • Reluctance in accepting blame.
  •  Tend to blame others for misunderstanding them rather than evaluate their own difficulty expressing themselves.
  • Tendency to over-analyze and be judgmental, as well as arrogant.
  • Viewing emotions as being for the weak.
  • Over-delegating and entitlement; expecting and demanding from others to take care of tasks they could and should handle themselves.
  • Looking down on and rejecting others based solely on perceived and imagined status.

ENTP


  • Turning everything into an object for debate.
  • Asking probing and personal questions that make others feel uncomfortable.
  • Purposely lying for their own amusement.
  • Being impersistent and abandoning things they’ve started. 
  • Prodding and pushing people’s buttons just to see what they’ll do.
  • Blurting out random things without having thought them through first.
  • Can be insensitive and unintentionally hurt others’ feelings.
  • Being wishy-washy and frequently changing their minds; backing out of commitments at the last moment.

ENTJ


  • Extreme tunnel vision.
  • Being too controlling of others and trying to shape them according to their ideals.
  • Closing themselves off to the opinions of those they believe to be intellectually inferior.
  • Insensitive and tactless in making their opinions of others all too clear.
  • Unnecessarily saying harmful and distorted things.
  • Delusional and foolish overconfidence in their abilities.
  • Neurotic level of perfectionism that runs others away.
  • Tendency to over-analyze and be judgmental, as well as arrogant.
  • Can be a “control-freak,” always wanting to be in charge
  • Being unreceptive to other’s opinions and being dead-set on having their way.
  • Being anal retentive and perfectionistic and yelling at others when under stress.

INFP


  • Can get too sensitive over things that aren’t a big deal but can’t really help feeling hurt or sad.
  • Being insecure and acting childishly.
  • Wallowing in their own self-pity and feeling sorry for themselves.
  • Sarcasm and passive aggressive behavior.
  • Sudden mood swings that catches others off guard.
  • When stressed, may be prone to emotional outbursts.
  • Sucking the fun out of everything when they’re in a foul mood.
  • Emotional baggage.
  • More concerned with the way things make them feel than in making rational arguments and can often appear irrational and illogical.
  • In group situations, may have a “control” problem where they want to take over everything because group members’ standards often aren’t as high as theirs.

INFJ


  • Whining if things don’t go their way; if they don’t feel appreciated.
  • Tendency to believe they’re always right and dismiss/ignore other peoples’ opinions, even before fully hearing them out.
  • Prone to petty acts of revenge for insignificant sleights.
  • Hypersensitive to criticism.
  • Walling off part of themselves and often don’t let others in, even if they are trustworthy and wouldn’t hurt them.
  • If hurt too many times by someone any hope for forgiveness will be denied – forever.
  • Their arguments essentially boil down to whether something is “good or bad” and it is right “just because.”
  • Can become “cold-hearted bastards” and “ice queens”.
  • Take forever to complete certain tasks in an attempt to make it perfect.
  • Not returning phone calls.
  • Can get carried away with self-righteous outrage when an “injustice” has been committed.
  • They hold grudges for long periods of time.
  • Pretending to listen and consider alternatives when in reality they’ve already made up their minds.
  • Believing they understand you better than you understand yourself.
  • Seem to care more about formality than content. ie. it’s about how you ask them, not your intention.

 

ENFP


  • Can, at times, be overly anxious and worrisome
  • Being impulsive and capricious.
  • Their enthusiasm may cause them to be unrealistic.
  • Takes criticism poorly.
  • Tendency to not follow through on projects, usually because they get excited about a new project and abandon the first for the second – this may become a problematic cycle
  • May be overly concerned with being liked.
  • Always seeing the possibility of what could be often causes them become bored with what actually is.
  • Impatient and strongly driven to blindly pursue every interesting or promising idea/path that one imagines will lead to “success” as measured by external standards.
  • Prone to projecting personal inadequacies onto others.
  • Prone to being argumentative, domineering, arrogant, caustic, jealous, envious, or territorial; tendency to demand agreement/approval from others or streamroll people who disagree.

ENFJ


  • Believing themselves to be superior and more deserving of validation on the sole basis of having better “social skills.”
  • Meddling, intruding, giving little to no space or privacy – no matter how uncomfortable they’re making others.
  • Doing too much “for others” when it was not asked of them, when they were clearly asked to stop (several times) – and then resenting others for it and expecting and demanding in return.
  • Tendency to act as if they know so much about what you’re talking about, even if they don’t.
  • Inability to let go of others who have long ceased to be (or want to be) connected to them.
  • Keeping others from making decisions on their own and from living their own experiences by instilling worries and fear where they’re not due.
  • Believing they know better what’s best for others when, in fact, they don’t – and forcing their views onto others.
  • Whining when things don’t go their way, if they don’t feel appreciated.

ISFJ


  • Expecting and demanding more consistency than is reasonable.
  • Being closed off to anything new or different.
  • Incessantly worry about everything, making simple things seem overly complicated.
  • Unwilling to acknowledge or change faulty ideas/assumptions (can’t admit to being wrong);
  • Very intolerant and vulnerable to conflicts and criticism.
  • Need positive feedback and may become discouraged or depressed if they do not receive it.
  • Convinced others don’t like, appreciate, or need them, and over-accommodate others’ needs.
  • Get stuck in impressions of how things were and resist change; waste time reviewing the impact of the past.
  • Can be argumentative and prone to blunt verbal retorts or attacks or blame.
  • Refusing to listen to other perspectives and only accepts others when they agree.

ISTJ


  • Such perfectionists and more than a bit controlling — if you don’t do things their way, you are doing things wrong.
  • Can be know-it-alls.
  • Tendency to be extremely judgmental.
  • Can be cheap/stingy.
  • Get stuck in impressions of how things were and resist change; waste time reviewing the impact of the past.
  • Easily hurt by criticism or rejection yet unwilling to acknowledge being hurt.
  • Ignoring suggestions and reluctant in changing their minds.
  • Rigidly following a belief system or what they personally think is important, with accompanying childish and/or selfish behavior.
  • Misinterpreting someone’s actions and seeing negative intentions where there are none.

ESFJ


  • Extensive self-deprecation. Playing the victim card.
  • Doing too much “for others” when it was not asked of them, when they were clearly asked to stop (several times) – and then resenting others for it and expecting and demanding in return.
  • Assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.
  • Believing they know better what’s best for others when, in fact, they don’t – and forcing their views onto others.
  • Meddling, intruding, giving little to no space or privacy – no matter how uncomfortable they’re making others.
  • Believing themselves to be superior and more deserving of validation on the sole basis of having better “social skills.”
  • Schmoozing and gossiping about others.
  • Keeping others from making decisions on their own and from living their own experiences by instilling worries and fear where they’re not due.
  • Being manipulative to get what they want out of people.
  • Pointing out the obvious and making gratuitous remarks.
  • Being two-faced and disingenuous.
  • Tendency to act as if they know so much about what you’re talking about, even if they don’t.
  • Exaggerating their contribution to others and making humble brags.
  • Being judgmental of others who don’t share enthusiasm or interest for what they enjoy.
  • Virtue signalling and faking passion for whatever seems popular. A bandwagon groupie.
  • Being overly dependent especially in relationships.

ESTJ


  • Can be extremely judgmental
  • Being stubborn, inflexible, unreasonable, and overly rigid.
  • Tend to believe they’re always right.
  • Tendency to be bossy.
  • Impatient with sloppiness and inefficiency
  • Can be insensitive and inadvertently hurt others
  • Resists change.
  • Have zero patience and no tolerance for those who do not share their values/beliefs
  • Can be very demanding and critical.
  • Interpret situations in a naive way, inferring malice where none exists.
  • Spend money and time on things that are unimportant and care little about the value of things.
  • Prone to being pessimistic and negative, often imagines or expects the worst possibilities.
  • Deflects criticism or makes excuses for mistakes and failures.
  • Micromanages situations and tries to maintain a sense of control with the unconscious intent of repressing internal feelings of instability or insecurity.

ISFP


  • Being easily and visibly displeased by anything less than “perfect” according to their own personal values.

  • Being self centered and personally concerned with only themselves to the point of egotism and conceitedness.

  • Inflated sense of uniqueness.

  • Projection assuming they understand others when, in reality, they’re only attributing their own motives and intentions to others.

  • Trying to bend and twist perceptions to make the wrong seem right.

 

  • Wallowing in self pity for extended periods of time.

  • Cannot seem to trust in anyone or anything.

  • Tends to obsess about the past or future and ignore present facts.

  • Being stubborn about values as they crusade for a particular cause.

  • Childish and/or selfish behavior.


ISTP


  • May avoid and ignore problems.

  • Tends to obsess about the past or future and ignore present facts.

  • Tendency to believe in mystical “signs” or intuitive “connections” that don’t really exist.

  • Tend to have difficulty with long-term commitments

  • Tendency to hold back part of themselves and be overly private

 

  • May intentionally stir things up to create the excitement they long for

  • Tend to get bored easily

  • Are often rule-breakers– do not necessarily respect or abide by the rules of the “system” (can be positive and negative)

  • Not naturally in tune with how they affect others.

  • Cannot seem to trust in anyone or anything.


 

ESFP


  • Prone to projecting personal inadequacies onto others.

  • Being argumentative, domineering, arrogant, caustic, jealous, envious, or territorial.

  • Tendency to demand agreement/approval from others or streamroll people who disagree.

  • Tendency towards immaturity.

  • Can be reckless/frivolous with money.

 

  • Being over-dramatic

  • May be materialistic and superficial.

  • Often do not handle criticism well – tendency to take things very personally

  • Tendency to ignore or try to escape from conflict rather than deal with it

  • Always excited by something new and may frequently change partners or be unfaithful.


ESTP


  • Needs constant agreement from others.

  • Cannot handle direct disagreement or criticism well; tends to feel unappreciated by others/society.

  • Seeks affirmation or admiration by dominating or manipulating social situations.

  • Unaware of own flaws/limitations.

  • Engaging in emotional pandering or showing off things like status, style, achievements, talents/skills, or material wealth.

  • May not realize or even care about the effect their words have on others

 

  • Can be bossy and somewhat unscrupulous when it comes to getting what they want.

  • May fall into trap of ignoring, rather solving their problems

  • May get bored easily and abandon relationships quickly once/if they become bored.

  • Though great at getting things started, they often struggle with following through.


 

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