Well, yeah, this guy is so individualistic now. He's having to relive his past life because he was so brow-beaten into this conformist Christian role by his family growing up. He is in his 30's but seems like he's just out of high school the way he acts.An ENTJ conforming, traditional, fundamentalist?
What are you going to tell me next, ESTJs are anarchists, planning to raid Washington?
But I wasn't trying to describe you.Congrats, you just described the opposite of me once again.
Mkay. You may be right. You notwithstanding, perhaps, but I am admittedly almost as confident as an entj when it comes to knowing (or thinking I know) what people should do. It's a gift, and a curse.Why do you think he is ENTJ? Sounds like an unhealthy FJ.
I fight with those who dare tell others how to live their life.
Hell, I got on an INFJs ass in this forum for being a bible-thumping, religious fundamentalist,
who dared to think he had the right to tell people how to live their life,
and worse yet--thought he had the right to actually deny certain types of people equal, legal, rights.
You're not going to like this, but it is far more likely to see an FJ tell people how they "should" live their life, than an NTJ.
I cringe when I hear the words: "should" or "appropriate."
Those words are FJ words pounded into their heads, by their fundamentalist parents.
Yes, you are right. The one I know (and I guess entjs in general) can assimilate well in society, because they are smart and have other attributes. Perhaps it's in their personal lives where the rub occurs. But I didn't ask for help, and you didn't need to be condescending to make that point. Or did you? But I am glad you were not offended by my previous post anyway.Okay, you are still batting zero.
Where are you getting these crazy ideas from? Lol.
Think about what you are saying.
If an ENTJ had a hard time assimilating into society,
he or she could never organize anything, much less a group of people,
a team, a company, or anything.
Seriously, I'd like to help you.
But when you start saying things that I cannot even remotely identify with,
or that have anything in common with my life, I have no idea what to say to you.