MBTI type and anger

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This is a discussion on MBTI type and anger within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; So I know at least gut types in enneagram are equated with anger, and I was having a discussion with ...

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    MBTI type and anger

    So I know at least gut types in enneagram are equated with anger, and I was having a discussion with some about MBTI types and anger. and I began to question, but couldn't find a thread so I said hey I should make one.

    1. Do you think the way someone expresses anger or what makes them angry can help define their type?

    2. What types do you feel are easiest to anger?

    3. If you could pick, what kind of things usually anger certain types in your opinion?

    4. How does a type usually look in anger? Te slaps or INFJ Doorslams?

    I am curious about anger and MBTI



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    My experiences tell me Fe is the most obnoxious, loud function when it is very angry. ENFJs can totally explode on you. Te is more likely to not care too much about stuff. STPs can have an intense relationship with anger as well.
    Last edited by Aiwass; 07-03-2018 at 10:30 AM.

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    INTPs tend to be very sensitive i think and we can get very angry or emotional under stress. Our inferior Fe unless it's developed enough which it rarely is tends to overreact to emotional stimuli. So we're much more prone to emotional outbursts than most other T types. I can compare to INTJs, they rarely seem emotional, and generally can keep their calm. Someone trying to control or manipulate us can get us angry but i personally tend not to show it to preserve the relationship.
    Last edited by horseloverfat; 07-03-2018 at 10:24 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by horseloverfat View Post
    INTPs tend to be very sensitive i think and we can get very angry or emotional under stress. Our inferior Fe unless it's developed enough which it rarely is tends to overreact to emotional stimuli. So we're much more prone to emotional outbursts than most other T types. I can compare to INTJs, they rarely seem emotional, and generally can keep their calm. Someone trying to control or manipulate us can get us angry but i personally tend not to show it to preserve the relationship.
    Funny enough, I find that INTJs tend to be easier to anger than INTPs, but I think we experience more of a "tranquil fury", or at least it appears that way. INTPs need a harder push, but are more likely to melt down once they reach that point. Something that was a big problem for me when I was younger was that I wouldn't always be able to tell if I had become angry and irrational, because I would project more or less the same persona under those circumstances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PiT View Post
    Funny enough, I find that INTJs tend to be easier to anger than INTPs, but I think we experience more of a "tranquil fury", or at least it appears that way. INTPs need a harder push, but are more likely to melt down once they reach that point. Something that was a big problem for me when I was younger was that I wouldn't always be able to tell if I had become angry and irrational, because I would project more or less the same persona under those circumstances.
    Yeah i don't think i can easily tell when a Te user is angry. It sort of meshes with their normal behavior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiwass View Post
    My experiences tell me Fe is the most obnoxious, loud function when it is very angry. ENFJs in totally explode on you. Te is more likely to not care too much about stuff. STPs can have an intense relationship with anger as well.
    Not true. Te, especially dominant Te, hardly tolerates incompetence, disorganized chaos, inefficiency and hyper emotionality, and particularly when they thwart a goal or outcome. And the result is usually anger, whether simmering or piping hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sven The Returned View Post
    Not true. Te, especially dominant Te, hardly tolerates incompetence, disorganized chaos, inefficiency and hyper emotionality, and particularly when they thwart a goal or outcome. And the result is usually anger, whether simmering or piping hot.
    I see Te anger kind of like Margaret Thatcher's anger. Cold anger. Fe, or ENFJ rage, can be more like Hitler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiwass View Post
    I see Te anger kind of like Margaret Thatcher's anger. Cold anger.
    Sure. But Te Anger is also Judge Judy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sven The Returned View Post
    Sure. But Te Anger is also Judge Judy.
    I think Judge Judy is Ti-Se in Socionics. LSI.

    Wikisocion LSI composite - Wikisocion

    "The Inspector". This is so like her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiwass View Post
    I think Judge Judy is Ti-Se in Socionics. LSI.

    Wikisocion LSI composite - Wikisocion

    "The Inspector". This is so like her.
    Lol You're joking, right?

    For one, this is the Myers-Briggs sub-forum and so I don't understand why you're typing her according to Socionics.

    Secondly, Judge Judy is without a doubt, a legendary Te+Si battering ram. She's so clearly an ESTJ on steroids that she's one of the few celebs routinely typed correctly by almost everyone. She judges cases (and everything else) according to how they line up against externalized, objective criteria (e.g., THE LAW), aided by her brain's storage, categorization and recollection of a shit ton of tedious, mind numbing details related to the law and personal experiences of what's tried and true and has worked before. In other words, Te+Si. And Te+Si stereotypically doing what it does best > upholding and enforcing the rules!
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