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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    Very unhealthy ISTJ.
    Clarification: by 'very unhealthy', I mean 'asshole'. If he really is the way you described him, that is. Anger may cloud your judgement.
    Not angry anymore, i wish him all the happiness in the world.

    I just believe he was a deeply unstable person despite his obsession with stability.


    no one gets an intj vibe?

    I thought his rushed changed decision for college seemed more intuitive than practical, but i have no idea, I was more furious with it than willing to analyze why he ruined all our plans lol
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    No, definitely not INTJ. Reasons:

    Quote Originally Posted by gigi_xo View Post
    *He was very snobby about his parents wealth
    *He said the most important things to him were money and the red sox
    *Had a nervous break down after the break up & threatened suicide
    *did not get involved in many activities outside of school

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigi_xo View Post
    Now, I've attempted to do this in one other thread, but I want to see if everyone else comes up with what i did... out of curiosity and bc he refused to take the test lol

    *He liked very few people. He was very, very, very critical.
    *He was very snobby about his parents wealth concerned w/ tangible and concrete things... leaning towards S
    *He believed in the utmost conservative ideologies and would research them, read articles, and listen to talk radio to keep up to date all time this leans a little more toward S
    *He believed shooting poor people was a good idea to get rid of poverty (his sense of humor for you)
    *He said the most important things to him were money and the red sox sounds like more tangible concrete wants... leaning toward S
    *He had his own fantasy baseball league... he only did it with himself
    *He was extremely secretive
    *Had a vicious temper, always knew how to hurt people
    *could be loving & silly in private
    *did not like public affection
    *Had a nervous break down after the break up & threatened suicide
    * majoring in finance/accounting stereotypically ISTJ laden field.
    *thought his views were the ONLY correct views sounds like immature Si....
    *Impatient, arrogant, very quiet
    *always had his work done on time, hated people being late to class
    *did not get involved in many activities outside of school
    * hobbies involved: fantasy baseball, video games, golfing, and really liked visiting different cities
    *choose his college bc "It's in a city, lots of opportunities, its a cool place." and chose it VERY suddenly and it was against all the plans we made to go to school together.
    *and lastly... when he was 5 he would wear his mother's fancy church hat and demand everyone call him "Gabriella" when the hat was on. He still tells this story openly, laughing.


    so.... ? what are we thinking?
    ISTJ... I don't really see many N-like tendencies. Would he go in depth on a subject for a long time... kind of like beating a dead horse a lot (Ni)? That can be a very surface-level clue that he might be an INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    ISTJ... I don't really see many N-like tendencies. Would he go in depth on a subject for a long time... kind of like beating a dead horse a lot (Ni)? That can be a very surface-level clue that he might be an INTJ.
    yes he would.

    but these things tended to be conservative politics and sports

    sometimes he would have strong values, but then he'd forget them

    he was very concerned with always being right...and everyone else being wrong.




    and the breaking down and suicide thing is more of an immature istj thing than an immature intj thing?
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    ISFJ, I live with an ISTJ and my grandfather is an STJ, they say some stupid stuff but tend to see hatred and excessive feelings like hatred as a waste of time and effort. I am thinking a very unhealthy ISFJ and if ISFJs use Fe, I can see that too, I used to use Fe like a weapon all the time when I was much less healthy. The breakdown after the breakup is the clue I am keying in on, I dont know too many ISTJs who fall apart like that, they usually just move on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    ISFJ, I live with an ISTJ and my grandfather is an STJ, they say some stupid stuff but tend to see hatred and excessive feelings like hatred as a waste of time and effort. I am thinking a very unhealthy ISFJ and if ISFJs use Fe, I can see that too, I used to use Fe like a weapon all the time when I was much less healthy. The breakdown after the breakup is the clue I am keying in on, I dont know too many ISTJs who fall apart like that, they usually just move on.
    He did move on, and when he moved on, he cut me out... hence why I can't get him to even take the test or stop ordering me dominos to my dorm room (yes, he acts THAT immature) but he was both

    very angry/jealous/depressive

    and very un empathetic and very cold to me and my feelings... to anyone and their feelings. he was always so distant.

    he would also disagree with me JUST to upset me whether he believed what he said or not
    I live my life for the stars that shine & people say its just a waste of time- Oasis

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigi_xo View Post
    He did move on, and when he moved on, he cut me out... hence why I can't get him to even take the test or stop ordering me dominos to my dorm room (yes, he acts THAT immature) but he was both

    very angry/jealous/depressive

    and very un empathetic and very cold to me and my feelings... to anyone and their feelings. he was always so distant.

    he would also disagree with me JUST to upset me whether he believed what he said or not
    He is obviously in great internal pain which is why he is doing those things, those are traits of an SFJ I have seen them do things like that before when they were out of their mind. An STJ wouldn't really see that as productive. Being smug about his parents money and his background, are more SFJ traits I have noticed at times, the need to project an image of strength and power based on material things, but in order to feel better about themselves. And STJ would just clean his apartment or something.
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    where are you in new england? totally random, I know but I'm from rhode island haha

    anyway, he just thought he was better than every one else for everythinggggg.

    are isfjs (unhealthy ones) known for being very rigid, stubborn and cold/not sympathetic?

    I dont know any isfjs IRL healthy or not tbh.
    I live my life for the stars that shine & people say its just a waste of time- Oasis

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigi_xo View Post
    and the breaking down and suicide thing is more of an immature istj thing than an immature intj thing?
    I believe the "suicide threats" part is more S than N.

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    I could see an unhealthy INTJ threatening suicide (Honestly, anyone affected enough by the dissolution of a relationship could say and threaten just about anything in that state - regardless of type)

    But fantasy baseball, the importance of wealth (and the Red Rox), his priggish attitude and donning his Mother's church hat...

    I'd go with ISTJ.

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