[ESFJ] Do ESFJs in some points in life, become a sloth?

Do ESFJs in some points in life, become a sloth?

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This is a discussion on Do ESFJs in some points in life, become a sloth? within the ESFJ Forum - The Caregivers forums, part of the SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers category; Title says it all. Do they stop caring about the cultural and social standards in their environment? Does it happen ...

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    Do ESFJs in some points in life, become a sloth?

    Title says it all. Do they stop caring about the cultural and social standards in their environment? Does it happen when they are receiving a punch in the face and turn to despair?

    As far as I know Fe- users and especially dominants tend to care a lot about the social standards.

    What are your thoughts and opinions on this?
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    I think sometimes some fe users get disheartened at emotional stoicism because it might be in their nature to get passionate or teary at things and that being looked down upon and they might start holding that social more in contempt which would be out of their usual characteristic. well that's my experience anyway

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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    I'm only 21 and I'm already an ESFJ sloth. While I do like to get dressed up once in a while, I've gotten to the point where I'll walk out in sweats and a ratty old shirt and not give any fucks. I spend huge amounts of time online and sometimes prefer hanging out behind my laptop to hanging out with real people. Do I still care about social standards? To an extent. I'm not about to say something rude to a stranger or someone who has been nice to me because they didn't do anything to deserve it. I will be openly rude to other rude people though and not care. Like when I was younger and someone cut me in line, I'd silently fume but not say anything because I didn't want to disturb the peace. Now I will just tell them to get behind me because I was there first. I guess it comes with age and the type of people that you learn from.
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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    I don't suffer from sloth as much as apathy, but I think that's a function of identifying as a type 9 rather than "esfj".

    (and before you ask, as I see it: sloth = lazy, apathy = lack of concern)



    -ZDD

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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    Oh yes! This sloth cares more about the well-being of people than any social standard. I'd say it's F rising above SJ. Compassion for the individual (including myself) over compliance with social standards. Perhaps despair helps stir up compassion.
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