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    Default Common ISTJ issues

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    I will think of something, but you guys needed a thread, too...

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    they always wear suspenders and belts at the same time just in case one or the other fails.

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    Perhaps becoming frustrated when something goes unexpectedly?
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    An inclination to look for reasons to say "no" rather than ways to say "yes". Their naysaying (when they indulge in it) seems less focused on improving the idea at hand than at simply shooting it down. My current supervisor is a good example of this.
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    I have many issues with the world --- the dirty floors at local businesses, the gum on the sidewalk, dog crap on lawns and elsewhere, body odor in the air, littering on the streets, cats running loose on the street, the squeeky wheel on the shopping cart, slow walkers, rotten raspberries on sale, complete morons getting elected and the idiots who vote for them, shoppers who buy about 200 items at Costco, coughing kids at the movie theatre, etc.

    I don't know if other ISTJs are similarly affected by the inconsiderate and stupid actions of others.
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    @Tellenbach, are those annoyances really exclusive to ISTJs? I'm not an ISTJ, and all of those things are annoying to me. Especially slow walkers. Uuurrrghhh. How do they not see that they're holding everyone up?

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    My mother is ISTJ and she has told me that when things (not limited to big changes, but to small chnagez as well) change after being a certain way for years she feels very upset. I don't know, maybe everyone feels like that at one time or another.
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    I've been tagged in this thread so now I have to post something.

    I don't know what is meant by "issues." Does the thread title ask about ISTJ problems? So am I supposed to criticize ISTJs? I would rather focus on both strengths and liabilities of types. So I would have to say there is too much pride, arrogance, selective memory, aggressiveness, suspicious nature, and two-faced behavior. On the other hand, I admire the ambition of the type, and as for selective memory, their way of negating the past would be of great benefit to me if I had that ability. Memory is not the key to understanding this type so much as memory control. Muscular or cellular memory is also a strength. They are great at memorizing movements and recreating them instinctively. The ISTJ is physically very coordinated, with body and mind moving almost in sync without requiring as much practice as others.
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