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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie spinster View Post
    Hi, I'm looking for some information on how to become a better friend towards ESTJs, particularly towards rather difficult ones, and particularly as an NF. Any tips would be great, really, and I'm hoping to not step on any toes here!

    Is there an easy way to make ESTJs open up about themselves, when it seems like they're randomly looking for a fight or being harsh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinedowness View Post
    Extroverted thinkers that are sensors likely will get their way through their own effort as much as they can whether their friends like it or not. So, it is best to let your friend calm down on their own time and just be there for them emotionally without saying anything to them too much. Time will tell what will happen. Or you will be dealing with a ticking bomb that might make the friendship jeopardized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie spinster View Post
    Hi, I'm looking for some information on how to become a better friend towards ESTJs, particularly towards rather difficult ones, and particularly as an NF. Any tips would be great, really, and I'm hoping to not step on any toes here!

    Mostly I'm wondering how or if I can cause someone of this type to become more considerate of other people's emotions and life circumstances when I feel like they're absolutely not. Is there an easy way to make ESTJs open up about themselves, when it seems like they're randomly looking for a fight or being harsh?

    And while we're at it, how can I make a very money-orientated ESTJ family member of mine more tolerant about my career choices?

    Thanks in advance!
    Old post but I'll answer in case it helps someone else. No, no easy way lul. Just assertively set boundaries if you feel they are overstepping limits. And be prepared to have to stand your ground with that, yes.

    No idea about the family member, I'm not AS money orientated as that.

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