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This is a discussion on Most Compassionate Type? within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; In your opinion, which MBTI type is the most compassionate and why? Are only feelers compassionate? Share your thoughts......

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Most Compassionate Type?

    In your opinion, which MBTI type is the most compassionate and why? Are only feelers compassionate? Share your thoughts...

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by childofheaven View Post
    In your opinion, which MBTI type is the most compassionate and why? Are only feelers compassionate? Share your thoughts...
    There is no "most" compassionate type. That's up to the individual. Thinkers can be compassionate too. Feeling does not equate to actual emotion and literal "feeling", although there is a tendency for Feelers to be viewed as what we commonly call "compassionate". ^_^
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    The most compassionate person I know is my wife, a fellow ENTJ. She would go above and beyond to take care of someone who she felt deserved it. But like a typical ENTJ if she feels you could do it on your own, she will not go out of her way. Especially if you are whiny or mopey.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    i think NFs are the stereotypical most passionate type but as i said "stereotypical" so its not true for all cases. Also thinkers can be passionate about a lot of things
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    My dad is an ISTJ and is extremely compassionate.
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    INTJ - The Scientists



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    INFP - The Idealists

    The most compassionate woman I have ever known is my Grandmother who is an ISFJ. I would say my cousin is pretty compassionate too and she is ENFJ. That doesn't mean other types can't be compassionate but this is just my personal experience. I think in terms of compassion people tend to think Fe users are the most outwardly demonstrative when it comes to affection and compassion. I also have known a few male ESFP's and ENTP's who were very protective and giving in a more masculine like way. I know with my little sister I can become her fiercest warrior whenever I feel she needs me.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    From my experience, the most compassionate MBTI types I've noticed are N and/or F type. But again, I don't know many Sensors.

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    HM I would go for INFJs. However I have seen many ISFP and INFP being extremely compassionate people
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Contrary to popular fantasies, compassion or morality is not type-related. I think their are different brands and flavors of both these concepts that manifest in different general ways between Ts and Fs, but both types have both qualities in equal capacity in a general sense, nonetheless. The Fs tend to be more overt in their displays of stuff that defines "themselves" on a personal level due to the self-derived nature of rational evaluation, so I can see why they get stereotyped as being more full of these, but contrary to superficial observations, it's actually probably a sign of the consciousness of their F side relative to that of T types that makes them come off as more convincing in this department (very generally - their are some extreme jerks who happen to be F types out their also, contrary to horoscopic beliefs), regardless of the actual case.


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