BULLYING: Personality type with a tendency to bully others? Type of the victims?

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This is a discussion on BULLYING: Personality type with a tendency to bully others? Type of the victims? within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; 1. What is considered to be the personality type/s associated to a bully? Can you rank them from 1, being ...

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    BULLYING: Personality type with a tendency to bully others? Type of the victims?

    1. What is considered to be the personality type/s associated to a bully?

    Can you rank them from 1, being the one with the strongest tendency to bully others.

    2. What is considered to be the personality type/s associated to the victims?

    Can you rank them from 1, being the perfect victim.
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Bully: ESTP.

    Victim: ISFP.

    ESTP's enjoy physical sensations (e.g. pranks, teasing, fighting) and are able to be callous from their preference for thinking. The ISFP is quiet and sensitive, which creates a submissive victim for these cold acts.

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    INTP - The Thinkers


    Bully: ESTJ
    Victim: INFP
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    hmmm i thought i had posted here..
    Obviously bullying and being bullied depend on each person. But the types more prone to fit those roles are:

    ESTJ, ESTP, ENTP, ENTJ for bullies

    INFP, INTP, INTJ for bullied.

    I disagree on ISFP being bullied in general, because theya re usually really trendy and up to date with what is fashionable and so they are usually stylish and graceful.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunless View Post
    I disagree on ISFP being bullied in general, because theya re usually really trendy and up to date with what is fashionable and so they are usually stylish and graceful.
    I would stand up for myself, or take revenge.
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    INFP

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunless View Post
    ...ESTJ, ESTP, ENTP, ENTJ for bullies

    INFP, INTP, INTJ for bullied...
    I can't think of a better answer than this.

    Also, off the internet it's pretty quiet for me and peaceful, on the internet I have had problems with FEMALE bullies of the ENFJ, ESTJ, ESTP, ENTP, ENTJ types. Hardly ever males. Why would another female bully an INFP female? I just don't get it. And it's weird but someone that was seen here as a bully, I just loved. I just loved ape, the ENTP.

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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunless View Post

    ...INFP, INTP, INTJ for bullied.

    I disagree on ISFP being bullied in general, because theya re usually really trendy and up to date with what is fashionable and so they are usually stylish and graceful.


    Forgive me for throwing in anecdotal evidence, but so far we have no hard data to cite.

    In my experience INTJs can usually be quite intimidating when they want to (oftentimes when they don't also). It is true that I attracted bullies initially, but I was able to quickly "dissuade" them from their aggressive posture toward me quite quickly, in much the same manner that blowfish can look small at first and then puff up to scare off enemies at a moment's notice.


    Also most of my ISFP friends are incredibly geeky, awkward, soft, and unsure of themselves (ripe for bullying). Perhaps this is the difference between ISFP males and females. Haha, or more likely its just the difference between normal people and my friends.

    I think IXFPs are perhaps the ideal targets because they are so soft and non-adversarial; that's also precisely why I usually made friends with them.


    Don't worry though IXFPs, I will defend you as I always have.
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    Unknown

    You are all a bunch of sissy wimps, especially Sunless. You better watch out if I ever get you alone sunny
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    I've never been bullied, but apparently some INFPs have experienced it. I'm not all that nice & soft past the surface. My Fi has some sharp teeth. I know an ISFP girl who endured some very catty style of bulling.... I think that when necessary, a N-aux has the power of an unexpected sharp reply or the ability to block out & be indifferent to reality, and that is a saving grace. ISFPs are not as equipped in those areas.

    1. What is considered to be the personality type/s associated to a bully?

    ESTP - beats you up and steals your lunch money bullying
    ESTJ - mocks you for being weird bullying
    ESFJ - "mean girls" type of bullying, cattiness, spreading rumors
    ISTP - sarcastic comments under breath, mocking what seems stupid & unrealistic to them
    ENTJ - psychological warfare bullying...think Jeff on "Flipping Out"
    NTs - online trolling bullying

    2. What is considered to be the personality type/s associated to the victims?

    ISFJ - they want to be accepted (SJ), can have a hard time standing up for themselves, and are sensitive. They also express emotion more openly, which can make them targets.
    ISFP - sensitive, often offbeat and attract negative attention because of it.
    ISTJ - they can be "nerd" types
    All INxx - because we are the "weirdos", right?
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    Unknown Personality


    Quote Originally Posted by perennialurker View Post

    Don't worry though IXFPs, I will defend you as I always have.


    Yay, go INTJ's!


     
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