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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffronsocks View Post
    I remember my first clear perception of the lonely Extrovert syndome. It totally turned my view of the world upside down! And made the erratic behaviour of some "people-people" so much more understandable... so from personal experience I'm gonna say ESFP, just because of their apparent inability to be in a room alone with themselves without lunging for a telephone.
    I have too many thoughts that swim through my head before I actually lunge for the telephone. If I do get the random thought to lunge for the telephone, I start asking myself, "Who am I calling? Do I have a valid reason to call them? Is it just to socialize? Is the problem that I'm just bored? That's something I can cure on my own without someone else. If I do call someone, that means I'm giving in to relying on someone else for entertainment. Is there anyone I even personally want to talk to?" Then I usually go back to what I'm doing. Those thoughts usually occur in a span of 5 seconds.

    Though, I'm sure there are a lot of reasons an ISTJ can be lonely.


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    Let's rule out types instead of ruling in types, shall we?

    A: No ITs. They have it that they don't really need too much attention, which is linked with loneliness. THey can be alone and not notice it for quite a while.
    ISTJ
    INTJ
    ISTP
    INTP

    B: TJs are hugely organizational, generally the Es are leader types who don't want to be controlled. They can spend good time alone.
    ESTJ
    ENTJ

    C: Hate to say it, but the ESTP type can do things to fill the void.
    ESTP
    D: NT temperment in general is a huge obstacle in loneliness.
    ENTP
    E: ESJs can get lonely, but can do things like organizing, and setting things up to pass the time.
    ESFJ
    F: IJs can stand being alone, putting things up in their own mind.
    INFJ
    ISFJ

    We're left with:
    ISFP
    INFP
    ENFP
    ENFJ
    ESFP

    It's probably one of those five.
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    I'm going to say INFP because loneliness is one of the inmost themes of my life.
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    I would say EFs without a company is the most likely group to feel lonely .

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    I guess I don't really get lonely, I had to wiki 'loneliness' just so I would know all it entailed.

    Regularly: INFPs
    Under forced solitude: ExFPs

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    I have heard many complaints of deep feelings of loneliness from ENFPs - they state that they feel solitary and misunderstood even though they know that they are well liked. I know that most types experience this feeling, but I have noticed that ENFPs dwell upon it the most.


    Ne > Ni > Ti > Fi > Te> Fe > Se > Si

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    INFP

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    INFP for sure

    Quote Originally Posted by Saffronsocks View Post
    I remember my first clear perception of the lonely Extrovert syndome. It totally turned my view of the world upside down! And made the erratic behaviour of some "people-people" so much more understandable... so from personal experience I'm gonna say ESFP, just because of their apparent inability to be in a room alone with themselves without lunging for a telephone.
    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    If you put each type in isolation for a week I bet ESF_s would be the loneliest over that time.
    I can see where you guys are coming from with this, but i don't think that's because they're lonely as much as just cut off from the rest of the world and the people they know

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    The most popular, but also ironically the loneliest, is the ENTJ. It's lonely at the top.

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