As per Socionics, as MBTI doesn't provide this valuable distinction: ESFj-Si.
They're way too intense for me. I can stand ISFjs for at least a while, but with ESFj-Si I get an instant uuughhh reaction most of the time. They usually try to control me with their Fe and I'm like, "No, sorry, I'm independent."
Okay...so cliché coming from a teenager. But my parents' ways of viewing things annoy the **** out of me.
My mother is an ENFP, my father in an ISTJ. My mom is so irrational and expects me to be emotionally psychic, and my father can be such a pedant. It interests me how they have survived so long while being total opposites, though.
I haven't gone far enough to really investigate the types of other people past those I interact with most, so I don't have broad scope to draw from. From my experience though...my parents happen to be the people I have the most personality-interaction issues with.
Personally I don't like too much of a type. I came to find out about this when I was in "one-Type-Forums" only. So, too much of the same Type is a bad thing. It starts to get very extreme and boring. Mixed places are much better, I'd say.
So there is no single Type I don't like, really. As long as it is not like...1000 of them "against" me alone.
Rule #1: Driver picks the music. Shotgun shuts his cakehole.
Everyone annoys the heck out of me at one time or another. I've had some bad experiences with ISFJ, but overall I'd have to say ENFJs are the type I hate most. I've had some hum-dingers of arguments about how I've said something that's offended someone, even though it was the truth. Also, telling me their problems and not using my solutions. What a waste of my breath.
Just wondering (and being devil's advocate here) -- has anyone considered that the type you say you can't stand or like the least says more about you and your limitations (and fears, and prejudices) than it does about the types mentioned?
Maybe they just needed someone to listen to them? Or were they continually pestering you with the same problem stubbornly?
Yes it was the same problem over and over. I like to try to help people, but I eventually grew tired of it. I got the feeling that they probably repeat their problems to anyone and everyone that has the bad sense to listen and then will carry on exactly as before.