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    Nips away your dignity Fluffywolf's Avatar
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    I'm not one for saving face. Wouldn't want to make the same mistake again.

    But since you like me, I'll go running after you.
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    ISFJ from my perspective:
    Conflicted on decisiion making. Uncertain about whether something is the right path, afraid that it may be the wrong path, afraid that there might be something better. Paralysis ensures.

    Lack of action leads to lack of belief of own abilities. This thought process becomes circular and we find ourselves trapped within a negative cycle. Depending on the maturity of the ISFJ - Ability is usually correlated with self-esteem and worth so during a stressful period an ISFJ may become pessimistic. They no longer believe they can escape from things.

    It appears that some SJs become complainers to counter act this, while others like me just go silent and become apathetic. But still the general belief that it's an issue that can't be resolved still remains, otherwise an SJ would solve it, wouldn't they?

    This is a general idea of how insecurity can manifest in an ISFJs life, but it's only if it's serious and encomposes major aspects of their life. With smaller things, it's just a case of not wanting to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Do I:

    a. Run after you.
    b. Shrug it off and turn around.
    c. Phone my mother and tell her I f'd up again.
    Or D: Snipe you with a raufos bullet from a beretta 50 cal?

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    I'll contribute what I know:

    ENFP:

    Tries desperately to appease and please people in order to gain validation as a measure for doing things the right way. When the intensity and over-the-topness gets rejected by others will overreact emotionally and feel betrayed, alone on the world and uncertain of self and abilities and may emotionally lash out to those that won't leave him/her alone at that point. May isolate him/herself from the world for a while, to try again, and repeat the same pattern. Ends in depression and loss of self.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    INFP- conspiracy behind every bush.
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    ENFJ: Becomes manipulative. Uses their knowledge of emotions to manipulate people.
    Both of them. At first I think everyone hates me and then I try to convince others that I'm such a nice person.

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    Mmm..so basically the thing you do best becomes your worst enemy as you OD on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Mmm..so basically the thing you do best becomes your worst enemy as you OD on it?
    Definatly the case for me (All NT's?), don't know about the rest though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    ESFP: Becomes shallow and frantic. Acts paranoid.
    ESTP: Becomes brazen. Ludacris amounts of bravado.
    ESFJ: Insists that evertying is fine. Emotional hypersensitivity to change.
    ESTJ: Becomes totalitarian. Becomes paranoid and rash.
    ENFP: Becomes flighty. Looks depressed and lashes out.
    ENFJ: Becomes manipulative. Uses their knowledge of emotions to manipulate people.
    ENTP: Becomes emotionally hypersensitive. Emotionally lishes out blindly.
    ENTJ: Becomes grandiose. Rules with an iron fist and becomes paranoid.
    ISTP: Becomes reclusive and angry. Takes up insane projects to prove themselves.ISFP: Becomes emotionally reactive. Lashes out at disaproval.
    ISFJ: Denies problem. Bursts out emotions blaming others then withdraws.
    ISTJ: Becomes accusative. Blames external factors regardless of accuracy.
    INFP: Becomes withdrawn and depressed. Beleives that everyone is against them.
    INFJ: Becomes angry. Beleive that there is no hope.
    INTP: Becomes paranoid and reactive. Becomes consumed with emotions.
    INTJ: Become skeptical and haughty. Beleive others to be incorrect and hostile to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    ESFP: Becomes shallow and frantic. Acts paranoid.
    ESTP: Becomes brazen. Ludacris amounts of bravado.
    ESFJ: Insists that evertying is fine. Emotional hypersensitivity to change.
    ESTJ: Becomes totalitarian. Becomes paranoid and rash.
    ENFP: Becomes flighty. Looks depressed and lashes out.
    ENFJ: Becomes manipulative. Uses their knowledge of emotions to manipulate people.
    ENTP: Becomes emotionally hypersensitive. Emotionally lishes out blindly.
    ENTJ: Becomes grandiose. Rules with an iron fist and becomes paranoid.
    ISTP: Becomes reclusive and angry. Takes up insane projects to prove themselves.
    ISFP: Becomes emotionally reactive. Lashes out at disaproval.
    ISFJ: Denies problem. Bursts out emotions blaming others then withdraws.
    ISTJ: Becomes accusative. Blames external factors regardless of accuracy.
    INFP: Becomes withdrawn and depressed. Beleives that everyone is against them.
    INFJ: Becomes angry. Beleive that there is no hope.
    INTP: Becomes paranoid and reactive. Becomes consumed with emotions.
    INTJ: Become skeptical and haughty. Beleive others to be incorrect and hostile to them.
    astute observations there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    ENTP- becomes bizarre in trying to find ways to be useful?
    I wouldn't say so, as the person is feeling insecure in the very thing ENTPs are good at, being bizarre...I'd say it becomes the opposite, and thus, we see a hindrance of Ne.

    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    ENTP: Becomes emotionally hypersensitive. Emotionally lishes out blindly.
    I can see this, but add that ENTPs will then get stuck in cyclical rut of blowing irrelevant details out of proportion and fixating on them.

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