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This is a discussion on ESTJ Stereotypes within the ESTJ Forum - The Guardians forums, part of the SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers category; I've been looking for more ESTJ's, but have only foun one active one (WickedQueen). Where have all the ESTJ's gone?...

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    ESTJ - The Guardians

    I've been looking for more ESTJ's, but have only foun one active one (WickedQueen).

    Where have all the ESTJ's gone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeus View Post
    I've been looking for more ESTJ's, but have only foun one active one (WickedQueen).
    Quote Originally Posted by mikeus View Post

    Where have all the ESTJ's gone?
    They come and go. T-Guy is the next most active and he appears once a month. I am a defender of the ESTJ though as Ia m borderline P/J

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    ESTJ - The Guardians

    Our kind appreciates your defense of our personality type. hahaha
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    I wish I was more like an estj, I might actually be able to thrive in this material universe. As it is I have my head in the clouds almost constantly, I take things very personally, and I often neglect important details. (But I sometimes have loads of fun!.)
    I have met some older estj's who are very cool. If they are mature, they take great care of there family and are pillars of the community, even if they are blunt at times and strict with there children. I do think it has a lot to do with life experience.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    (Bear in mind that this is a stereotype, not a description of all ESTJ's. No offence intended.)

    ESTJ's generally irritate me in real life. They tend to be bossy teacher's pets. I had a conversation with InvisibleJim about them, and we don't think they usually get along with INTx's, at least not with us anyway. I think they strive too hard to be something they're not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jochris View Post
    (Bear in mind that this is a stereotype, not a description of all ESTJ's. No offence intended.)

    ESTJ's generally irritate me in real life. They tend to be bossy teacher's pets. I had a conversation with InvisibleJim about them, and we don't think they usually get along with INTx's, at least not with us anyway. I think they strive too hard to be something they're not.
    I think INTP don' like them at all. I think maybe ESTJ tend to be sticklers and anal in some work details and this pisses off independent do things my way INTP.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    My mother is ESTJ



    enough said
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    selfish, manipulative, passive agressive (with people they are not close to), abusive and temperamental (with people they are close with), image driven, controlling


    aware, self driven, goal oriented, great workers, great at saving money
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  10. #29
    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by s0ulsurreal View Post
    passive agressive
    Passive agresssive? I find that much closer to the INFP stereotype than the ESTJ one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thewindlistens View Post
    Passive agresssive? I find that much closer to the INFP stereotype than the ESTJ one.

    I don't agree. I've witnessed many times an ESTJ not expressing their true anger towards something to save their image. ESTJs really care about what the public thinks of them in what I've noticed. However; when they're around their family or significant others they let loose and can become very temperamental and abusive.

    Still, I have not met every ESTJ in the world to say that's 100% accurate. I'm only basing this stereotype around the ESTJs I've met.


    INFPs are very expressive emotionally. I don't consider them to be as passive aggressive as ESTJs. Although, I can see that stereotype to be more true with INFPs who are more quiet and shy because I don't think they express their emotions as much as the INFPs who come off as more extraverted.
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