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    Default What are the 3 PERSONALITY TYPES that have serious issues of ENVY & COVETING GOODS?

    So what are the 3 types that are really jelous: ISFP perhaps?

    and what about those 3 who really want to get some stuff. That is coveting goods?

    Thanks.

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    envy is an issue of ego. it has nothing to do with MBTI, but plenty to do with enneagram. to answer your question though, 3w2, 3w4 and 4w3
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    depends on how you were raised, too... if you were raised in a household where you hardly got any nice stuff - if it was all hand-me-downs and secondhand - then you might tend to be covetous. i have a relative that is like this. he is very disciplined and responsible but he wants stuff, likes stuff, cherishes stuff. because he never had it.

    jealousy i think is more likely to be a factor for E and F types, who tend to do more external comparison. but elfboy's right, the enneagram is a better typing system if you want to talk about "sins", because they're motivation driven more than cognitive-pattern driven.

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    INTJs and ENTJs for starters.

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    INTJ, really?
    I thought they were very rational...

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiousel View Post
    INTJ, really?
    I thought they were very rational...
    they collect information that is logical, then combine the info with irrationality to form a big picture, usually this leads to rational outcomes, sometimes not so much. also tert Fi can make them quite irrational.
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    what about ENTJ?

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    I don't like to stereotype people, but I have noticed an absurd numbers of NTJs (especially on-line, but also IRL) obsessed with status and possessions.

    I honestly used to believe this mindset was SJ, but after discussions with people who claim U.S. culture has become more and more ENTJ rather than ESTJ, I realized that it's true...many NTJs are in this business of coveting "goods"...the biggest house, the fastest sports car, the girl that will make other men jealous, et al.

    This is probably immature NTJs, and AGAIN, of course not all NTJs are like this...but it appears to be an odd trend.

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    tsomeone concerned with status and prestige
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    You will not get an answer here worth considering that is based on anecdotal evidence. We could survey/poll people on this board about how often they feel envy or greed, but that's still not very reliable. That and this sort of thing is a separate thing from mbti entirely, as was mentioned above

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