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  • INFJ

    14 25.45%
  • ENFJ

    20 36.36%
  • INFP

    13 23.64%
  • ENFP

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    I like hamsters, too.

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    ENFJ. Man, are they stubborn!
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    I won't lie, I based my opinion off of the only ENFJ I know... who is also the most bullheaded, persistent, and kind of annoying person I've ever met. XD

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    Someone characterize ENFJ stubbornness because I have no idea what it's like and I can't see in what way they'd be bullheadedly stubborn so obviously I do not have a correct model of the ENFJ type, please.

    Edit:
    My definitions of bullheaded are:
    1. thinking with absolutely unmoveable confidence that they know what the right answer to any given question is, and are stubbornly absolutely resistant to hearing any talk that it might be possible they don't know the right answer in any given situation
    2. I know I had another definition but I've been up for almost 24 hours and forgot.

    To me, bullheadedness is NOT:
    1. controllingness
    2. domineeringness, stubborn insistence on getting their way ("their way" being whatever they decide to want to happen, i.e. forcing others to do something the way they want it done)
    3. general stubbornness - insistence on holding their position on an issue that has NO right or wrong answer to any degree

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    My experience has been INFJ. *waits for rotten cabbage to be thrown*

    No really.

    The initial and obvious reaction is to go with ENFJ, but I have found that ENFJ's are easily moveable with social impact and consequence. I work closely with 2 ENFJ's now, 1 in the past (for 5 years) and they certainly extrovert their demands and expectations easily. However, all of them have come to me in private with dilemas and when I give them my opinion on the way they are perceived (3-ish ability) they quickly change track. However, the INFJ's (if not deterred with confidence or self-esteem issues) are rock fucking solid in their stance. They don't care as much about social perception if they believe it to be right. Bullheaded bastards, most of them. (said with loving undertones, staying power if phenomenal)
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    ENFPs are by far the hardest to get a point across to in my opinion. But my sample probably isn't representative (my best friend is ENFP and she is the biggest contrarian I've ever come across).

    ENFJs are more motivated by consensus building it seems.

    The Is may be just as stubborn inwardly but probably won't fight as hard.

    Major exceptions are quite possible, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    - ENFJs
    - ENFPs who are 7w8s or 8w7s
    I'm going to have to change my mind and say INFP. they may be quiet about it, but holy shit can they be stubborn, and about the most delusional things.
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    I voted INFP. When they commit I have no idea how to make them budge. I think ENxxs might be more outwardly stubborn but INxxs are un-influenceable.
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    Depends. Fi-users are stubborn over internal values. Fe-users are stubborn over external values.

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    Infps are sensitive yet can be stubborn with their delusions. you can lead an infp to reality but you cant make him participate.
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