I had personally never heard of the types until my senior year of high school. I’ll never forget it. At a time in your life when you feel so misunderstood and so lonely, I had an amazing English teacher explain to me why I felt that way. I didn’t feel so left out, odd, and ahead of the times because I was a classic high school student; I felt that way because I have the rarest of all the types:
INFJ. Because of Ms. Donna Kreiling, I have an answer to every question that burned a hole in me for so many years.
This is who I am. I hope that you find yourself too.
Each Myers-Briggs types least favorite things.
ESTJ: being disrespected, whining, having to be emotionally open, new-age silliness
INTJ: ignorance, flippant behavior, feeling stupid, subjectivity.
ENTJ: being wrong, having to handle something with kid gloves, failure, immaturity, crying.
ESFJ: being disliked, putting oneself before others, know-it-alls, selfishness
INFJ: feeling forced, misunderstandings, being surrounded by conflict, when people intentionally lack perspective.
ENFJ: unsolved conflict, being closed off, unfairness, societal marginalization.
ISFP: being told to live a certain way, lack of freedom, meanness, being artistically stifled.
ESFP: boundaries, judgment, not being able to express oneself, plainness.
INFP: feeling invalidated, having to be strictly logical and objective, a lack of imagination, conflict.
ENFP: their ideas being stolen, someone questioning their sincerity, subjective logic, unchallenged beliefs.
ISTP: being told what to do, stupidity, rigid structure, people who won’t get their hands dirty.
ESTP: limits, “stupid people,” authority, having to tone it down.
INTP: a lack of intelligence, emotional perspectives, scientific stagnation, invalidating ideas.
ENTP: rules, hiding their power level, objective morality, being written off for being unorthodox.