The Warning Label Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type Should Come With

Dmitry Ratushny
Dmitry Ratushny

ENFP: May spontaneously up and move to Antarctica moments after making a serious commitment to you because they saw a picture of a penguin online that looked cute.

ENTP: May delve deeply and intensely into your psyche, make you question everything you thought you knew about yourself and then completely disappear without notice.

INFJ: May be using their warm, cheerful persona to mask a cold and calculating interior.

ESFJ: May secretly expect you to return the ten hundred thousand favors they have done for you, even though they claimed they don’t want anything in return.

ESTJ: May lecture you incessantly about anything you do that is even remotely illogical.

INFP: May be ten hundred thousand times more twisted and deranged in their thinking than their innocent demeanor would lead you to believe.

ESFP: May appear to be significantly more invested in your relationship than you are, while actually being significantly less invested in it than you are.

INTP: May fact check literally everything you say and catch you in any attempt at a lie or exaggeration.

ENFJ: May casually get you to confess your deepest, darkest childhood secrets over coffee and then use them against you if you ever seriously cross them.

ENTJ: May completely rearrange your habits, routines and long-term plans as they see fit and them and then make you think it was your idea.

ESTP: May literally charm the pants off you.

ISFP: May completely disappear into the woodwork, never to be seen again, the minute they feel pressured or intimidated by you.

INTJ: May lead you into various conversational traps through which you have no choice but to admit that your logic is flawed.

ISFJ: May secretly resent you for years without you ever remotely suspecting it.

ISTP: May flake off on a solo adventure for weeks at a time without making any contact to loved ones or the outside world.

ISTJ: May accidentally make you feel like shit about yourself because they basically lack moral vices of any kind. TC mark


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