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    Default What types are the biggest safety freaks?

    What types are the biggest safety freaks?

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    I don't know about other types, but this INFJ is a safety freak.
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    The obvious would be sixes.
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    I think enneagram plays a bigger role than MBTI type. Type 6 enneagram like ICUP said. When people think of safety, usually they mean physical safety, so probably SP variants. The most safety conscious, I think would be 6w5 sp/so

    xSxJs MBTI wise. The biggest safety freaks I know are my mother and grandmother- ISFJ and ESTJ respectively.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICUP View Post
    The obvious would be sixes.
    Self-Preservation, not 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Self-Preservation, not 6.
    SP's can be too, but I think sixes overall prevail in that department lol.....
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    ISTJ/ESTJ's have a good ability to see potential dangers in almost every endeavor. By reminding you that you can be maimed, harmed or killed they show they care about you.

    My mom and BF is an ISTJ/ESTJ respectively. So I say that with good humor.
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    I'm guessing ISTJs.

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    ESF-"Don't run with scissors"-J

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    ESFJ are afraid of everything.

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