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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 ...

  1. #111

    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.

  3. #113

    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklaughs View Post
    Wow. I'm an ENFP and a teacher and that list of stressors makes me wanna quit my job EVEN MORE!
    Just curious- what level of education do you teach?

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  5. #114

    ...ESTJ descriptors are also extremely accurate (I grew up with one, I should know, even if she denies she acts that way LOL)

  6. #115

    Quote Originally Posted by Lelouch Lamperouge View Post
    Diagnosing the stress isn't the way to solve the problem,in adittion it increases it.It's better to fight it slightly,to dive it away quickly,as fast as lightining.
    Actually, in my experience- Acknowledging what stresses you out is key...and then after realizing it, you can. work on it.
    I like what Thich Nhat Khan has repeatedly written on his books- that you must equal your feelings (in this case, stress) to a baby throwing a tantrum. If you take care of the baby, acknowledge it, etc, it will settle down. If you ignore it, it will cry out even louder.

  7. #116

    Thanks a lot, I think nothing it's missing I am still reading your article good written


     
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