This was more helpful. It is a combination of this
f stress continues, ENTPs become distracted and their "can do" attitude is threatened. Feelings of incompetence, ineptness, and inadequacy take over. They need to escape situations that are associated with anxiety is more prominent for the ENTP than for any other personality type. Doubtful of whether they will have what it takes to accomplish a task, they displace their fears onto situations they can elude. Panic, fear, and anxiety then block the expression of their creativity. Defensive phobic reactions cause the ENTP to circumvent achievement in other areas and prevent the success they strive on.
Which I would give a 7/10 with accuracy and this:
Like all NFs, ENFJs will disassociate themselves from stressful situations in an effort to protect their sense of well-being and togetherness. The ENFJ, however, will repress the unpleasant side of life only to have to face it later in an intensified form when it explodes from its hiding place. It can manifest itself as fits of anger, sudden outbursts, or emotional explosions. Often the ENFJ's body will reflect pent-up stress by manifesting various physical symptoms that will erupt unexpectedly.
Which I would give a 9/10 for accuracy, regardless of type. My husband often complained about this, "YOU BOTTLE THINGS UP AND THEN EXPLODE!" When I was working five jobs, how did it manifest? Physically. I lost my voice. Got it. Lost it. Got it. Lost it. Then, I got bronchitis. I had a cut that didn't heal. Once I cut the job causing me the most stress, it vanished. I can also relate to the dissociation, which makes people think I am 'cold' or 'rational' when angry or stressed.
Muses: Maybe this is a bad time to analyze myself, as I'm in a pretty stressful working situation at the moment, which may be muddying the waters. I need to think about this.
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