Which thinking type would be most hurt by their own feelings?

Which thinking type would be most hurt by their own feelings?

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  • ENTJ

    3 13.04%
  • INTJ

    6 26.09%
  • ENTP

    5 21.74%
  • INTP

    4 17.39%
  • ESTJ

    3 13.04%
  • ISTJ

    0 0%
  • ESTP

    0 0%
  • ISTP

    2 8.70%
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    Which thinking type would be most hurt by their own feelings?

    =) I'm back to finish what I started the first time. Lance has said the polls are back because his poll is finished, and this one should be way more interesting then the last one. Which thinking type would be most hurt by their own feelings?

    "But wolf what do you mean?" I'll feed you little members. Say a personality thinker was to fall in love and then find out something horrible about that person, or be dumped, or maybe they lose someone close to them. Feelers think of anytime you've been hurt because your feelings have got in the way, or your feelings were out of control. Now put a thinker type in your place and tell me which one would be hurt easiest.

    Go, Thinkers, next weeks poll will be about feelers so don't worry.
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  2. #2

    I actually voted ENTJ, because once they let someone in they are in, and they can be hurt big time if that person does something. (Looks @ Daylight)

  3. #3

    That might be easier said than done. Must be the type with the less developed feeling function. So that would be ENTJ/ESTJ, ISTP/INTP. I have no idea what sensing/Intuition works out.

    I think that one reacts to things like losing a girlfriend/losing a family member in a different way the first time compared to the second. As a INTP I must say that being hurt by someone you trust really hurts you bad the first time. Because we tend to have a sort of childlike approach to people we like of the opposite sex plus we see it - unconsiously - as a experiment. And it disappoints a lot when people trample on your feelings.

    As to losing a family member I reacted with numbness, it was quite surreal. there where not really any feelings because it is so sudden.

    I cant vote, I want to hear from other types before I make up my mind.
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  5. #4

    I'd definitely go with a type using Fi since it's oriented inward toward the self instead of outward toward others, so that knocks off the xxTPs for me. Furthermore, I'd wager that the strongest negative impact would come from the type using it as their weakest function which brings me to ExTJ like Wolf. However, I'd further venture that since Si is so much less amenable to unexpected changes, an ESTJ would have a stronger negative response in such a situation than an ENTJ.
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  6. #5

    Entp........
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  7. #6

    I put INTP cuz they have highest suicide rate.
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  8. #7

    Although INTP seems more logical. i voted ENTP.
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