This is a discussion on How are you not an esfp stereotype? within the ESFP Forum - The Performers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by Jonneh Hmm, since it's an ESFP band should it have an ESFPish kind of name? Yes! Depends ...
It keeps saying there are new posts but I can't see them :/
Alright, time for a new entry;
I'm way too introverted off the 'net to be considered a 'true' extravert, even by psychologist's standards.
Must be all those years living as a shadowed ISFJ taking it's toll on me.I was cranky. :xPsychologist: I think you're trying to hard to be an extravert.
Me: I'm thinking of trying you too hard.
Well, a member did type me as an introverted ESFP and if he is correct and just for fun, here is how I would differ:
Enjoy time alone
tend to do things at a leisurely pace
Not a party animal
Well I've never been a cheerleader...
cuz we didn't have a cheer squad at our school
and I do enjoy alone time
people around me are really uninteresting
I would say, having an interest in Science, but I somehow doubt that is relative towards MBTI type, and just more or less a person's interests.
I rarely go to parties, I burn out sometimes from being around people, I'm really anxious, sometimes I can be really deep about feelings, I love science/medicine, I can overexplain things
- prefer meaningful conversations over smalltalk
- am interested in many intellectual topics
- usually dislike being the center of attention
- don't enjoy (most) parties*
(* I do enjoy festivals and other social gatherings though, so that may not count XD)
I do overinterpret things, I think about the future, I can be organised, I have tidy house. I do not like a lot of people. I can me mean for others. I finish everything usually before everyone-projects etc.