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    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad View Post
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    Okay, can we do a healthy ESFP too? What does a healthy ESFP look like?
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    a healthy ESFP is kind, enjoys life, has the amazing ability to turn work into play by just deciding that they might as well enjoy it... laid back in a way, but not comatose, doesn't let bad things ruin their life, forgiving, openminded and independent

    unhealthy ESFP that I know is still a good guy who is very supportive of his friends, but has some substance problems and problems with past decisions... he has his ups and downs emotionally- when up he turns the world on by smiling and joking and all around being charming... he can do almost anything in that state, but when he hits a bump things can spiral downwards at an alarming pace until he pulls himself together again
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    Unhealthy:
    - unable to handle criticism whatsoever;
    - backstabber.
    - take every you you do (or not do) to any other person as an attack at them. Then they throw it in your face and expect you to acknowledge that you are guilty of this, hence guilty of everything wrong in the world (like famine, tornados or their own self-esteem problems)
    - hypocrite (as somebody well said)

    etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    a healthy ESFP is kind, enjoys life, has the amazing ability to turn work into play by just deciding that they might as well enjoy it... laid back in a way, but not comatose, doesn't let bad things ruin their life, forgiving, openminded and independent
    How do you mean 'independent'? Examples?
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    the healthy ones I know are fine with going hiking alone or taking a road trip... they're great with meeting new people and just getting along with everyone sort of... independent meaning not needy and clingy
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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    How do you mean 'independent'? Examples?
    I agree...I know a couple ESFPs, and there's no way they're independent. They insist that there is someone around them at all times.

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    Perhaps that is the difference between healthy and unhealthy...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by une_autre View Post
    Unhealthy:
    - unable to handle criticism whatsoever;
    - backstabber.
    - take every you you do (or not do) to any other person as an attack at them. Then they throw it in your face and expect you to acknowledge that you are guilty of this, hence guilty of everything wrong in the world (like famine, tornados or their own self-esteem problems)
    - hypocrite (as somebody well said)

    etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    They will regress to having logic of a 5 year old.
    Will become hypocritical and criticize everything you do as wrong, although they do the same exact thing.
    They will try and pursue any attempt to make you break/fail if you have wronged them, usually by getting to your emotions, which might work, but mostly only through other feeling types.
    Oh, and they'll take any credit for doing anything good, even if it was you who did it.

    Unhealthy ESTPs are pretty stupid, imo.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    Unhealthy ESFP or ESFP while in a bad spot:

    - wants to see people that hurt him/her fail or be rejected
    - can be critical of things they never tried before
    - will become overly concerned with matters of image over substance
    - hedonistic
    I have seen almost all these things with a former co-worker. It's good to know this may be some kind of normal aberration vs. a serious mental health issue (which is what I thought it might be). Also, this person was never able to admit she was ever wrong or made a mistake, refusing to take responsibility for her own actions, and blaming everybody else. There was noise that followed her around everywhere.

    With this person, there was nothing I could do right in their eyes. All interaction seemed to lead to negative consequences. Being open and honest didn't work. Turning the other cheek didn't work. Being kind and showing concern didn't work. Praise didn't work. Attempts to guide and coach didn't work. The only positive action I seemed to be able to take was to stay as far away from her as possible. It was frustrating. I attempted to analyze what I might be doing wrong ad infinitum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Okay, can we do a healthy ESFP too? What does a healthy ESFP look like?
    healthy




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