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This is a discussion on Patience within the ESFJ Forum - The Caregivers forums, part of the SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers category; Okay seriously, would it kill some ESFJs to have some patience. If they want me to do some chore and ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

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    Okay seriously, would it kill some ESFJs to have some patience. If they want me to do some chore and I'm not crazy about doing it right at the moment, it doesn't mean I won't get it done eventually. Why can't they just relax?? The world isn't going to fall apart if I do the dishes 10 minutes later. Why is it sooo important to fuss over really MINOR things that don't even matter? Is it just the lack of ability to see the big picture?



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    ESFJ - The Caregivers


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    INFP - The Idealists

    Hahaha I totally was when I posted it. :D Anyway, I'm still curious though, why are insignificant details so important to ESFJs or maybe SJs in general?
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    lmao, @Zombie Devil Duckie .

    Anyways, I don't know... how mature are they? Are they younger or older? Are they a "healthy" ESFJ or not? I found that the mature and "healthy" ESFJ have an amazing amount of patience for people....

    Well, in my limited experience. I could be wrong. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girlinthedark View Post
    Hahaha I totally was when I posted it. :D Anyway, I'm still curious though, why are insignificant details so important to ESFJs or maybe SJs in general?


    Ah, that would be lacking the bigger picture, I think. This can be an issue for those that are close with details....

    When they mature or find where they want to be, I think they can understand the bigger picture a bit better. Depends where they're at, I think.

    Again, I could be horribly wrong. :)
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    INFP - The Idealists

    They're in their early 30s, not saying that's mature though as age doesn't mean maturity. Not sure what a healthy ESFJ looks like though.

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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    Cause generally the things we are trying to get you to do, when done, means you can complete your other various tasks (or other people can complete their various tasks) more efficiently.
    Generally.
    Like washing the dishes - other people want to cook or wash their own dishes, can't do it 'cause there's dishes in the sink etc. Very important to do your chores in a timely manner when you live with 6 other people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girlinthedark View Post
    They're in their early 30s, not saying that's mature though as age doesn't mean maturity. Not sure what a healthy ESFJ looks like though.
    I definitely agree about the whole maturity vs. age thing. I myself am only in my mid twenties, some people look at me, say younger looking than my age, but then I sometimes speak/think older as well.

    A "healthy" ESFJ have several traits that can be seen in comparison to their "unhealthy" shadow selves, I just can't 100% remember what they are, but I remember reading them somewhere.
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    @Girlinthedark , what I remember seeing was a "unhealthy" ESFJ was like a negative INTP, I think. I'm not quite sure, however. So, it would be like an INTP having a really bad day... but I could be completely wrong. Does anyone know?


     

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