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This is a discussion on Indicators of Stress for Top Professions Among INTJs, ENFPs, ESTJs, ISFJs, ISTJs within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by nana41 INTJ / ILI Signs of stress: • Obsessively focusing on some aspect of the outer world ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nana41 View Post
    INTJ / ILI

    Signs of stress:
    • Obsessively focusing on some aspect of the outer world (Si role / Ne Ignoring)
    • Losing focus, becoming scattered and disorganized (Ne ignoring)
    • Overreacting to what people say or do (Fe Vulnerable)
    • Blaming others for minor mistakes or factual errors (Ti demonstrative)
    • Coming up with a complex theory to explain one or two isolated facts (Se suggestive being repressed)

    Stressors:
    • Being bombarded with facts and details (Si / Ti unvalued)
    • Having to adapt to changes in routine (Si role)
    • Encountering obstacles in the outer world—traffic, equipment failures, interruptions, flight delays (Te - Se demanded)
    • Having to interact excessively with individuals and groups (Fe PoLR/ Fi HA)
    • Coping with crowds, noise, confusion, chaotic environments (Weak sensing)
    • Dealing with incompetent people, illogical systems (XNTX things)
    • Being criticized professionally, having your competence attacked, not being recognized (Te/Fi axis)

    Tips for managing stress:
    • Engage in positive activities that accomplish something useful, such as cleaning out closets, sorting photographs, fixing things (Se suggestive > Si role)
    • Take steps to lighten their schedule and stick to their commitment to do so
    • Step back and use logic to analyze the situation (Hell yeah, Te creative will be very helpful)
    • Get closure on some lighter, more manageable tasks
    • Remind themselves that it will pass (Ni+ dominant)

    Worst ways they can respond to stress:
    • Push people away if they offer to listen to them (Fi HA)
    • Refuse to accept or ask for help with their workload (Fi HA, INTJ-Loop)

    How others can be most helpful:
    • Validate their feelings, even if they seem “over the top” (ESFP ENFP are very skilled at persuading INTJ, Fi creative > Fi HA)
    • Be physically present but don’t offer advice or tell them what to do (Se-Ni things)
    • Treat them the same way as always, as if they were their usual self (Te-Fi things)

    How others can make things worse:
    • Push them for an answer or a decision (Se inferior)
    • Demand that they socialize (Fi tertiary / Fe PoLR)
    • Offer unwanted help and advice (Stop it, Fe dom users)
    • Point out that there are alternatives that might work (Ne Ignoring)
    Yes, highly accurate for INTJ, ILI.

  2. #112

    I'll add a few more, signs an INTJ, ILI is stressed:

    - Becomes more withdrawn and less friendly.
    - May become more wild and reckless.
    - Neglects health.
    Last edited by Scoobyscoob; 03-15-2019 at 12:56 PM.


     
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