A few questions - apologies if these have been asked before - I actually have read through this entire thread before, but don't remember all the details
Would ESTJs ever apologise because they sense (or get told!) that they have hurt someone's feelings (ie. "I'm sorry if I made you feel bad"), even if they personally feel that they haven't actually done something wrong - or are they much more the type to only apologise if they are clearly in the wrong? ("I'm sorry I screwed up")
Are ESTJs eager to leave the door open in troubled or terminated friendships/relationships, or do they tend to call it day and really move on, even if regretfully? (Would it be regretfully?)
How would an ESTJ react/feel if they sensed that they had lost the respect of someone who used to respect them?
EDIT: One more - do ESTJs use humour to defuse tricky situations, or to try to? If so, is it more because they genuinely feel it's the way to go, or is it more "I'm not sure what to say to this obviously mad person, so I'll try to make a joke?"