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    I identified most with the INTJ, INTP, and ISTP stressors. Somewhat less with ESTP, ENTP, INFJ and ENTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    Haha I had a visceral reaction reading the ENFP ones.
    I had a visceral reaction to the entp colour combination. I related mostly to isfp. Disregard of practical reality in particular.

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    Aghhhh All of it.
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    "Constant changes", "challenging my bottom line approach", and "disregarding my established rules and regulations" don't always bother me that much. I think it depends on whether I am confident that I can quickly and easily nip those problems in the bud.

    Overall I think the reason why I didn't have a visceral reaction to it, is that most of them (except "lack of control") feel very small in the moment, but build up relatively quickly.
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    These are all caused by lack of control lol.

    If things just went my way, the other things wouldn't happen. bahaha
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    Hot dang. This ESFP thing is strangely working out... I relate to ISFP and all but I feel like I can "deal" more with those stressors moreso than the ESFP ones. The whole routine thing is basically why I've had such a hard time with school, and I really do hate it when people analyze endlessly and can't just do something. I do hate when I feel like what I'm doing has no purpose, I'm a really purposeful person. A lot of work is really uninteresting for me as a result of that. All in all, really strangely spot on.
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    Yeah my response overall is . I mean, these do apply, but I don't seem to have that strong of a reaction to them other than unexpected changes and harmony is disrupted (anything that disrupts harmony, and it can be as simple as someone walking in a room and meerly existing can make me just go *HUFF HUFF HUFF* GRRR). I think a lot of it has to do with that I can get/work around these easily or very easily manage them so it isn't an issue. Excessive criticism used to bother me a lot when I was younger and I couldn't handle it. Now I take it just fine, and if it does hurt I do mental gymnastics and it will go away.

    The one that REALLY gets to me is listed on ESTJ and ESFJ which is "disregarding my rules and regulations" which I suppose falls under disrupting harmony. The two here that don't apply at all are not having time for brainstorming (I can improvise on that easily) and seclusion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post

    Hot dang. This ESFP thing is strangely working out... I relate to ISFP and all but I feel like I can "deal" more with those stressors moreso than the ESFP ones. The whole routine thing is basically why I've had such a hard time with school, and I really do hate it when people analyze endlessly and can't just do something. I do hate when I feel like what I'm doing has no purpose, I'm a really purposeful person. A lot of work is really uninteresting for me as a result of that. All in all, really strangely spot on.
    Haha, out of all of them this one is the most unlike me. In fact most of these things I actually like and am the complete opposite of .

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    Haha, I like these. Pretty accurate for me at least. And cute graphics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post


    These are all caused by lack of control lol.

    If things just went my way, the other things wouldn't happen. bahaha
    I had almost this exact thought, reading mine!
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