The Support Group That Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type Needs

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INTJ – A government-issued support group for people who have googled ‘Mind control tactics’ way too many times in the past twenty-four hours.

INTP – A support group for people who consider Reddit to be a genuine substitute for human interaction.

ENTP – A support group for people who can’t remember why they’re at a support group but just had the BEST IDEA EVER and need to talk it out for the next ten to five hundred minutes.

ISTJ – A support group for people with compulsive vigilante tendencies.

ENFP – A support group for people who are way more excited about life than everybody else and need to find new people to high five.

ENTJ – A support group for people who don’t need a support group dammit, that road rage incident was just the ONE time.

ENFJ – A support group for people who are burnt out from facilitating so many support groups.

INFP – A support group for people who feel things exclusively in extremes and are always having either the best or the worst day of their life.

ESTJ – A support group for people who maintain lowkey drug addictions to cope with the incompetency of everyone else around them.

ESTP – A support group for people who have been wrongly diagnosed with ADHD at least one time in their lives.

ISTP – A support group for people whose loved ones are concerned about how chill they are and have sent them to a support group in hopes that it’ll help them access all the feelings that they MUST be repressing.

ESFJ – A support group for people who can’t say ‘No’ and only joined the support group because somebody asked them to nicely.

ISFJ – A support group for people who are burnt out from constantly supporting other people.

ESFP – A support group for people with crippling FOMO, who only signed up because their friends did.

ISFP – A support group for highly sensitive people who feel misunderstood by all the other support groups.

INFJ – A support group for people who cannot find their place in conventional society and would like to gather information on running away to live in a yurt. TC mark

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