How To Spot Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type On Facebook

We all approach social media a little differently. Though the MBTI doesn’t dictate what we share, like and comment, it certainly does incline us toward particular methods of interaction. Here’s how to spot each Myers-Briggs type on your Facebook newsfeed based on what they’re posting.

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INTJ: Posts their newest life epiphany every 3-5 days and allows very few photos of themselves on their page just in case that Facebook conspiracy they read about is true.

ENTJ: Checks into a lot of networking events and is wearing a suit in every tagged picture they have.

ISTJ: Re-posts a lot of sarcastic Internet pictures that capture their frustration with general mankind without them having to say it outright.

ESTP: Gets tagged in a lot of drunk unicycling photos that gives their relatives anxiety.

ISTP: Invites you to play Candy Crush Saga several times a day despite the fact that you haven’t seen them IRL for years.

ESFJ: Gets married at 22 and posts nothing but wedding pictures for five years until they have a child – then posts nothing but baby pictures.

ESTJ: Profile picture is a professional headshot – just in case potential employers are looking.

ISFJ: Dutifully ‘likes’ any status you post that stays up for ten minutes or more without any interactions because they have your back.

ESFP: Got a job as a party rep straight out of college and now sends you an endless stream of event invites along the lines of, “Killersnake DJ Spinoff at 11th Street Lot – VIP access only, ladies free before 12.”

ISFP: Takes more selfies per day than you’ve ever taken in your life.

INFP: Alternates between posting happy photos of them with their friends and getting into vehement arguments about human rights issues with their conservative uncle.

ENFP: Enthusiastically changes their relationship status/location/career path every 2-3 months and somehow gleans hundreds of likes from it every time.

ENFJ: Posts a lot of statuses along the lines of “Ugh so done with this,” in hopes you’ll ask them what they’re so done with.

ENTP: Argues with the INFP’s humanitarian posts, just for the hell of it.

INFJ: Exclusively posts Gandhi quotes.

INTP: Hasn’t posted anything in years – but you suspect that they are always watching. TC mark

This is me letting you go

If there’s one thing we all need to stop doing, it’s waiting around for someone else to show up and change our lives. Just be the person you’ve been waiting for.

At the end of the day, you have two choices in love – one is to accept someone just as they are and the other is to walk away.

We owe it to ourselves to live the greatest life that we’re capable of living, even if that means that we have to be alone for a very long time.

“Everyone could use a book like this at some point in their life.” – Heather

Let go now

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