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    Default What types have you had problems with irl?

    What types have you had problems with irl? What do you think was the cause of the issue? What types are most likely to not get along?

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    I have problems with individuals, not with types. There have been members of a specific type with whom I've gotten along perfectly well, and some with whom I've had nothing but trouble.

    That being said, I think I clash with EJs more frequently than other types. Something about that Extroversion-Judging combo can sometimes come across as pushy. And I don't like feeling dominated. I'm a live-and-let-live kind of person, and I'm content to let others do their own thing, but I expect them to let me do the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I have problems with individuals, not with types. There have been members of a specific type with whom I've gotten along perfectly well, and some with whom I've had nothing but trouble.

    That being said, I think I clash with EJs more frequently than other types. Something about that Extroversion-Judging combo can sometimes come across as pushy. And I don't like feeling dominated. I'm a live-and-let-live kind of person, and I'm content to let others do their own thing, but I expect them to let me do the same.
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    INTP - I've had the most tangible problems with this type. I met several this weekend that reinforced it. Their disregard (ignorant or not) of social flow drives me insane and really ticks me off.

    INFP - We can clash very badly if we have to work together. If not it'susually not bad.

    ENTP - Short term, no issues usually. I can't be around them for long though. After a while I'll often just be annoyed by them, or seriously pissed off. This is also much worse if I am forced to work with them.


    Of course, each person is case by case and I can get along (or not) with any type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus View Post
    ISTJs. You can't get any reaction out of them.
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    I had problems with types in real life but I don't think they were because of cognitive functions.

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    Upon reflection, I'm pretty sure that nothing good can come of this thread.
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    Meh I'll bite. I think SJ's temperament are the most I had conflict relations with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Upon reflection, I'm pretty sure that nothing good can come of this thread.
    It doesn't have to be about ragging on others. It could also be a mutual thing. People could put about what other types don't like about them & therefore leads to relationship complications. It could also be just not seeing eye to eye on something. Of course, it could also be perceived faults in other types or fall outs you've had. I know every person is different, especially depending on the maturity/how healthy someone is, but some types, I figure, probably just have more issues 'getting' each other than others.

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    ESFJs tend to be my source of conflict. They like my humor, but don't understand why i'm making these jokes. They don't understand my outlook I suppose.
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