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    It's just hater-aid

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    With every type, there will he stereotypes. xNTJs are stereotypically known for being evil masterminds who don't give a shit about other people or their feelings, and are almost always the villains of fiction.

    As stereotypes......

    ESTPs are daring and reckless to cover up their weakness and stupidity
    ISTPs are all independent badasses
    ESFPs are whores
    xSFJs are your mom
    IxFPs are all into the emo, self-loathing act

    But no HEALTHY member of any of these types is like that. Descriptions can be taken to seriously, and people can think that matches absolutely everyone even though one ESTJ might be completely different from another. It means your husband is healthy, though .

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