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This is a discussion on What happens when an ENTJ gets betrayed? within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; As I’m consistently guarded there is very little exposure of self that could end in true betrayal. So on those ...

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    As I’m consistently guarded there is very little exposure of self that could end in true betrayal. So on those rare occasions my toes are stepped upon, the emotional damage is minimal as are possibilities of any vengeful efforts. I generally expect everyone to betray in varied levels at some point, either in direct spite or a simple ignorance. If deemed significant and spiteful, the offender is discarded from my personal/social existence. If ignorance led to the betrayal, offender is short leashed for duration of its memory. If significant and happens again, the person is discarded in a “screw me once…” mentality. Immediate family are the only exception from such exile, but they are short leashed after a verbal lashing. Betrayal is something I will not tolerate in my personal life, and I simply don’t need disloyal people around me. {i.e. I currently have one friend, and I’m cool with that number}

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    Usually I am prone to betrayal. Happened to many times to me (ENFP's using me ?). So I usually see it coming and when it does, I use strategic countermeasures.

    When I don't see it coming and it does happen. I first analyze the situation and how it happened. Next I will thank the person (in my head) for giving me another scenario. Furthermore, I will no longer help this person in any situation and I will try to counter every move he makes when the chance surfaces.

    In my opinion, betrayal on a feeling basis is much more frustration related to me than logic related (as I would see it coming).

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    INFP - The Idealists


    *shivers at the very thought*
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    Unknown Personality

    lets just say i might get 25 years to life.

  5. #35
    ENTJ - The Executives

    All I can say regarding this topic is...

    Why the fuck do other people have no loyalties sometimes? Why do trash people like that exist? Why don't people live for principles?

    Do they not know what they stand to lose if I were to try to make their lives miserable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hello HELLO View Post
    All I can say regarding this topic is...

    Why the fuck do other people have no loyalties sometimes? Why do trash people like that exist? Why don't people live for principles?

    Do they not know what they stand to lose if I were to try to make their lives miserable?
    My thought, survivability. The law of the jungle is in effect.

  7. #37
    ENTJ - The Executives

    Nice bump.

    To above, it's really just a matter of perception. Everyone has their own view of the world, what matters and whatnot. Some take paths that help others on their way to success, while other's don't care for none but themselves. It's really something you have to accept and acknowledge about the world we live in.

    Everyone's different, and you cannot expect them to be like you even though you believe you have the right answer to one's behaviour. Nothing's fair, but we use what we have for better or for worse.

    I do find most people to be weak-minded fools blinded by their own view. Instead of whining how bad they are, or hating how it is, pity them instead and do what you can to lead them to a better way. It won't work if they don't accept their wrongs or regret their doings. I've met both those who refuse to accept their wrongs towards me, and I've met people begging me for help, lost in their way. A few years ago my only best friend betrayed me, and I hated it as he wouldn't even admit where he did wrong. He'd rather lose me as a friend than accept his behaviour.

    You yourself choose which people you want to spend parts or your whole life with. Life's too short to let trash affect you. So either do something about it, or leave it be. Either way you can't have it affect you or you won't be able to move on with your own life as efficiently.
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