Within the Myers Briggs personality circus, certain types such as the INFPs and INTPs, are readily branded as being the weirdest or strangest mbti type. Whenever MBTI afficianados are asked to think of a weirdo personality type, these two (along with ENTPs) are the ones most likely to spring to mind. This notion is affirmed by a poll posted on Personality Cafe:
- What Each MBTI Type Will Do When The Robots Takeover
- What Each MBTI Type Is Like As A Friend
- What Each MBTI Type Seeks In A Soulmate
- What Each MBTI Type Is Likely To Get Depressed About
- What Each MBTI Type Does When They Have A Crush
- The Arch Nemesis of Each MBTI Type
- The Hypocrisy of Each MBTI Type
source: Weirdest MBTI Type – Personality Cafe
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4 thoughts on “The Weirdest Traits In Each Myers Briggs Type”
The ENFP section is pretty off at the beginning. Due to our Fi, we don’t really feel comfortable with sharing deep secrets and emotions with others unless we are very close to them. Just a petty little observation.
For the INFJ section, I feel that the explanation of “weirdness” wasn’t really addressed. It mainly talked about the darker side of INFJs, but nothing to do with quirkiness. For example, INFJs can have a surprisingly dark sense of humor despite their sweetness and innocent appearance at times. And depending on how they’ve developed, they may have a dirty mind, most likely influenced by the company they keep, as well as their development and use of Ni and Se.
As an ENTJ, we are not inherently self centered or narcissistic. 1st of all, narcissism is a mental disorder, so anyone of any type can get it. 2nd of all, we’re goal oriented and do seek success, but that doesn’t mean we’re self centered. Many of us have goals to help people less fortunate than we are, myself included. This often is connected to our strong sense of justice. The entj you described in the first paragraph seems like a very unhealthy one, and while they exist, it’s unfair to compare all of us to one bad person, which is something that unfortunately happens a lot with ENTJs.
Hi Grace. Narcissistic Personality Disorder is indeed a mental disorder. However, narcissism is not. We all, each and every one of us, have narcissistic traits. Some have many, some have few. If we have none, that is extremely unhealthy. Narcissism isn’t necessarily ‘bad’. When it is taken to the extreme (and becomes a disorder), it is.