How do you relate the all-or-nothing behaviours you've seen to different types?
I've seen both skillfully and amateurishly badly executed all-or-nothing behaviours.
Two xSFJ lady friends of mine both had the habit of being actively nice, trying to maintain image and atmosphere of niceness, but in a bit different ways. Other (suspected ISFJ) played down the reasons for disharmony, or invented some ways to handle them and to maintain nice atmosphere. When it became impossible for her to believe in the nice atmosphere anymore, she bursted and became the exact opposite.
The other (suspected ESFJ) was more aggressive in person, and not avoiding. Her style was to do a quick come-back to anything that challenged the mood she was in, and to resume whatever she was doing (which was being aggressively nice, most of the time). Then with enough interrupts to her mood, she went for all-out-war mode! She took it as a declaration for war if people saught different mood or goal than her.
You people are better than me to write in brief format. What all-or-nothing behaviours have you seen, and how is type related to those?
I throw a few shorts..
-ENTP, they're with you and excuberant, or they're away and forgotten about you.
-INTP, they're agreeable and relativistic, or on an intellectual crusade.
-ESTP, it's wild partying or working their ass off.
-ENFJ, it's developing the social order, or leading a revolution.
-xSFJ, it's about being nice or being aggressive about not being nice.
Disclaimer: I did not mean to describe that the said types are only that, only stereotypes. I just wished to say some characteristic behaviour patterns that I don't see so much in other types. All types are appreciatable to varying degrees by different persons. /end disclaimer