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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; Tell me what ESTJ stereotypes you have heard of. This is in no way an attack on ESTJ's. This thread ...

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    ESTJ Stereotypes

    Tell me what ESTJ stereotypes you have heard of. This is in no way an attack on ESTJ's. This thread just gives awareness to the stereotypes of the ESTJ personality.

    Here is my list of ESTJ stereotypes..

    1.) Does not question the law
    2.) Conservative
    3.) Bullies
    4.) Unprogressive
    5.) Paranoid
    6.) Bias towards their own beliefs
    7.) Critical of others
    8.) Strict
    9.) Boring
    10.) Direct and truthful when communicating with others.
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    Will elbow you in the face, and leave a bigger mark on your face then their elbow.
    Seriously. I saw what my sister did to her 6'0' 210lb boyfriend. Scary as ****.

    If they think you're being cheap, they call you out in front of all your friends.
    My sister's friend was "stingy" and in the middle of the bar chewed the poor girl out until she cried and ran out.

    They make sure that you know what they are doing, and how great they are.
    'nough said.

    They are good people though. my sister is nuts too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avalanche183 View Post
    Will elbow you in the face, and leave a bigger mark on your face then their elbow.
    Seriously. I saw what my sister did to her 6'0' 210lb boyfriend. Scary as ****.

    If they think you're being cheap, they call you out in front of all your friends.
    My sister's friend was "stingy" and in the middle of the bar chewed the poor girl out until she cried and ran out.

    They make sure that you know what they are doing, and how great they are.
    'nough said.

    They are good people though. my sister is nuts too.
    Are you making stereotypes or truths?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeBob View Post
    Are you making stereotypes or truths?

    True, I suppose I should share more from my ESTJ friend huh. Lol

    My friend got pissed at her boyfriend for being stupid(another big boyfriend 5'11' 190ish) swung at him, punched a hole in the wall...

    My co-worker ESTJ slapped people outside of work that she could not stand when they would say something stupid.

    My friend(from above, same one) definitely chews people out she gets annoyed with.. in front of everyone. Two of my guy friends are freaked out by her/hate her now.

    And all of them.. make sure to tell people how great they are :)

    Just some common stuff I saw between them. Possibly just truths though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avalanche183 View Post
    True, I suppose I should share more from my ESTJ friend huh. Lol

    My friend got pissed at her boyfriend for being stupid(another big boyfriend 5'11' 190ish) swung at him, punched a hole in the wall...

    My co-worker ESTJ slapped people outside of work that she could not stand when they would say something stupid.

    My friend(from above, same one) definitely chews people out she gets annoyed with.. in front of everyone. Two of my guy friends are freaked out by her/hate her now.

    And all of them.. make sure to tell people how great they are :)

    Just some common stuff I saw between them. Possibly just truths though.
    I really just can't see ESTJ's being violent. They must be terribly immature.
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    ESTJ's are probably the most matured out of all the types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    ESTJ's are probably the most matured out of all the types.
    on what basis do you think they're "the most matured"? I'm curious for your reasoning.


    I had an ESTJ boss loudly yell at me in front of customers/ fellow employees when I went out of my way to help a fellow co-worker, who was overloaded with work. Apparently, I wasn't supposed to help anyone, just stay in my section even if I had nothing to do. It was my first day and I went into the back room and cried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    on what basis??


    I had an ESTJ boss loudly yell at me in front of customers/ fellow employees when I went out of my way to help a fellow co-worker, who was overloaded with work. Apparently, I wasn't supposed to help anyone, just stay in my section even if I had nothing to do. It was my first day and I went into the back room and cried.
    Apparently everyone is missing Lance's point of his post. This is STEREOTYPES, not necessarily truth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeBob View Post
    Apparently everyone is missing Lance's point of his post. This is STEREOTYPES, not necessarily truth.
    absolutely. I just have yet to meet an ESTJ who doesn't fit the stereotypes.




    oooh anyone else notice that some STJ's march instead of walk. It's like "I'm so damn purposed I can't even slow down to separate my legs far apart. It's not efficient. In fact, YOU should march too!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    absolutely. I just have yet to meet an ESTJ who doesn't fit the stereotypes.




    oooh anyone else notice that some STJ's march instead of walk. It's like "I'm so damn purposed I can't even slow down to separate my legs far apart. It's not efficient. In fact, YOU should march too!"
    Atleast I know that was a stereotype, much better.


     
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