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    WOW! This was 100% true for me (INTJ)

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    Huh the enfp one kind of applies to me, but do you know where i could find info about infps?

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    Dang, especially right now, I'm wishing there was one for INFJ. Maybe us INFJs could start a thread and make one....?
    Well, from my experience right now, I'll give you a stressor for sure: Not being able to resolve an issue due to lack of information....
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  4. #14

    Quenk writes about stress and how different types fare and I have seen this myself. It was surprisingly accurate. If anyone is interested I could look it up again.
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    Very interesting article. Which types handle stress the best? What does everyone think?
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    Nothing on INTPs :c?

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    i guess if you think about it, the way to handle stress for ANY type is to go back to doing what makes that type happy.

    For Thinking types, it'll involve taking time to think things through, organize, plan, etc.
    Introverts need to withdraw from the world to recuperate.
    Feelers need to talk or express their feelings to a sympathetic ear.

    So, for example, INFPs were not on this list, but I imagine it would go something like this:
    -find a quiet place away from people
    -get lost in a good book
    -take a nap, get some rest
    -get involved in a creative activity
    -listen to your favorite music

    Stress is different for each of us, but I think the answer is always the same: if something in your environment is causing great deals of constant stress, either try to change it or leave and find a more conducive environment. fight or flight.

    or just kill whoever's causing you stress
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    Thanks for the article. I would say the INTJ section describes me pretty well. The one I would say doesn't apply to me is not suggesting available alternatives. I like to think I'm open minded and want to understand all the options available if I'm trying to solve something which is what I tend to do with stressful situations.
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    It would be really interesting to see the cultural implications of this article. Why is it that people working and residing in the U.S. are drawn to jobs that kick us where it hurts? I wonder if it is like this in other cultures..

    I also wonder if there really a job out there for each personality type that would not yield as much stress as pleasure. For example, as an ENFP, the constant thrill of writing new articles might psychologically outweigh the consequent stress. It would be interesting to see some concrete data on overall perceived happiness and perceived stress of these personality types in specific jobs.
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    I'm an ENFP and I just started a job at McDonalds. I've never had to deal with so many procedures and tiny little details in my entire life. One slip up and you'll get a write up. I'm already stressing and I've only been on the job 1 day. This list is totally accurate but are there any other tips other than the ideas listed? I seriously need some help, I desperately need this job and to do it well. As you can imagine, it is very fast paced along with being totally mundane and tedious.
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