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    Default A very annoying girl I have to work together with

    I have togive a presentation within a month with a very annoying girl. I know her for a very long time already, but I've been avoiding her because I couldn't take her seriously. Now I'd like to know her type, so I can at least explain her behavior and deal with it.

    - Her parents got divorced and ever since she loves divorcements. A few years ago, when my mother wanted to leave my father, she came to me to tell me how wonderful it was that my mother made that decision. "Oh, my god, that's so great! My parents got divorced and believe me, it's so fun! Really! It's just amazing! I want to become a divorcement lawyer when I grow up, it's just so awesome. Seriously, your mother should just do it! Congratulations!" Didn't she get that the thought of living in a broken family didn't make me happy at all?
    - Fakes confidence. Moves like she's confident, but anyone can notice that she's insecure.
    - Needs people, but most people seem to be annoyed by her presence. Probably because she's kind of clingy.
    - Lousy social skills. Always says the wrong things at the wrong time.
    - Can't look up things at Google.
    - When you explain her something, she admits that she doesn't know anything about it, but that she does know that you're totally wrong and then she asks you for another explanation. Sometimes it takes more than half an hour to explain something to her because she keeps denying everthing you say.
    - When we're working, she only bothers other people.
    - When she wants to write an article about something and she needs an article in a foreign language to make it, the first she does is translating the entire article in that foreign language.
    - She seems to be afraid of me. I'm the only person she has trouble with talking to. She stutters and pauzes and "err"s a lot when talking to me. Really strange, because a lot of people who meet me first tell me that I'm adorable.
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    Does she have any positive behavior ?

    Any other type of information other than "She sucks" ?


    Otherwise I feel you'd like me to type her as ESTJ so you don't have to.
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    What you just posted tells me more about you, than her.

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    Anything positive? Err...

    - She tries to help or support people, but she can't, because of the lacking social skills. She ends up annoying others.
    - She's together with her boyfriend for a very long time. I don't know if that's type related.
    - She's a good student.

    Can't discover anything else. I don't try to judge her, I just want to be able to handle her a bit better. She can be rude and dumb sometimes, without noticing it herself. She says absolutely stupid things at the wrong time, for example when I told her about my parents' 30th anniversary coming up this December, she put on this sad face and said: "So they didn't seperate? What a shame! It would have been so much fun!" Meanwhile I see the things that she's doing wrong in her work and then I ask her if I could help or take over these things, but then she refuses. I'm afraid she'll fuck it up for both of us. I usually don't have any trouble with working together with annoying people, but this is a bit too much for me. I have to keep playing her mom all the time!
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    What you just posted tells me more about you, than her.
    Interesting, isn't it!

    How we reveal ourselves when passing judgment on others.

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    I can't imagine an SJ thinking divorce is a good thing. I don't think what you're dealing with here is type related.

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    Ok, what I can get from this is that her social skills suck.
    I don't know, maybe some kind of unhealthy ENFP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windigo View Post
    I can't imagine an SJ thinking divorce is a good thing. I don't think what you're dealing with here is type related.
    You would be wrong.

    I know one that was quite disappointed when her friend's parents didn't divorce (like her parents had). ISTJ...it seemed like she suffered a lot from falling short of the norm and was trying to shift it back her way (aka everyone should be divorced).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    You would be wrong.

    I know one that was quite disappointed when her friend's parents didn't divorce (like her parents had). ISTJ...it seemed like she suffered a lot from falling short of the norm and was trying to shift it back her way (aka everyone should be divorced).
    Wow. That's just crazy. I could see maybe a young ISFJ being that way but all the ISTJs I know are uber conservative!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    I have togive a presentation within a month with a very annoying girl. I know her for a very long time already, but I've been avoiding her because I couldn't take her seriously. Now I'd like to know her type, so I can at least explain her behavior and deal with it.

    - Her parents got divorced and ever since she loves divorcements. A few years ago, when my mother wanted to leave my father, she came to me to tell me how wonderful it was that my mother made that decision. "Oh, my god, that's so great! My parents got divorced and believe me, it's so fun! Really! It's just amazing! I want to become a divorcement lawyer when I grow up, it's just so awesome. Seriously, your mother should just do it! Congratulations!" Didn't she get that the thought of living in a broken family didn't make me happy at all?
    - Fakes confidence. Moves like she's confident, but anyone can notice that she's insecure.
    - Needs people, but most people seem to be annoyed by her presence. Probably because she's kind of clingy.
    - Lousy social skills. Always says the wrong things at the wrong time.
    - Can't look up things at Google.
    - When you explain her something, she admits that she doesn't know anything about it, but that she does know that you're totally wrong and then she asks you for another explanation. Sometimes it takes more than half an hour to explain something to her because she keeps denying everthing you say.
    - When we're working, she only bothers other people.
    - When she wants to write an article about something and she needs an article in a foreign language to make it, the first she does is translating the entire article in that foreign language.
    - She seems to be afraid of me. I'm the only person she has trouble with talking to. She stutters and pauzes and "err"s a lot when talking to me. Really strange, because a lot of people who meet me first tell me that I'm adorable.
    This may help (then again, may not). In either case, it is something I would consider.

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