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    Just out of curiosity:

    Has anybody met a depressed ESTJ?
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    You probably find alot at the moment, but you werent refering to financial depression, were you ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Just out of curiosity:

    Has anybody met a depressed ESTJ?
    Nah. They're too busy to be depressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Nah. They're too busy to be depressed.
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    Well, this seems to directly oppose what was said in another thread about T types... About them being unhappy, or something.

    ESTJ is dominant T. How does this work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Well, this seems to directly oppose what was said in another thread about T types... About them being unhappy, or something.

    ESTJ is dominant T. How does this work?

    How depressed can you get when instead of pondering the meaning of your existence, you're pondering whether to plant rhododendrons or begonias?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post

    How depressed can you get when instead of pondering the meaning of your existence, you're pondering whether to plant rhododendrons or begonias?
    According to these people, quite unhappy.

    Then again, I get depressed just fathoming how to pronounced 'rhododendrons'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    According to these people, quite unhappy.

    Then again, I get depressed just fathoming how to pronounced 'rhododendrons'.
    First of all, that is a thread on an forum full of opinions.
    Please don't go around quoting people's opinions on forums as authoritative.
    I did not see any authorities quoted. If there are some, go ahead and post them here.
    Secondly, I can't see how you came to your conclusion. Were there any ESTJs mentioned or taking part in that conversation? Post it here if there is.
    Not all T types are prone to depression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    First of all, that is a thread on an forum full of opinions.
    Please don't go around quoting people's opinions on forums as authoritative.
    I did not see any authorities quoted. If there are some, go ahead and post them here.
    Secondly, I can't see how you came to your conclusion. Were there any ESTJs mentioned or taking part in that conversation? Post it here if there is.
    Not all T types are prone to depression.
    That was not what I was implying.

    Mostly, I was wondering why the people there thought that Ts were prone to depression while most here say they are not.

    The blatant contradiction is what interests me -- mostly that so many people there insist that F is necessary to be happy, while apparent studies show that Fs are more likely to be unhappy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    That was not what I was implying.

    Mostly, I was wondering why the people there thought that Ts were prone to depression while most here say they are not.

    The blatant contradiction is what interests me -- mostly that so many people there insist that F is necessary to be happy, while apparent studies show that Fs are more likely to be unhappy.
    It depends on what kind of a T.
    STs are different than NTs.

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