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New Infographic! What Really Happens When an ENTJ is Stressed

Have you ever wanted to know what happens to you when you experiencing mild or extreme stress? This infographic gives you a visual representation of how your cognitive functions; Thinking, Intuition, Sensing, and Feeling, all respond to stress. If you want to know more about how you respond to stress and what triggers stress for you, check out How Each Myers-Briggs Type Reacts to Stress (and How to Help!) 


The MBTI® Manual – A Guide to the Development and Use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Instrument

Was That Really Me?: How Everyday Stress Brings Out Our Hidden Personality by Naomi Quenk

In the Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function by Naomi Quenk

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Susan Storm is a certified MBTI® practitioner and lover of all things psychology-related. She is the mom of five beautiful children and loves using her knowledge of personality type to understand them and others better! Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest to learn more about type!

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    1. It’s showing up full size for me and not a thumbnail. Can you zoom into it at all or is it just showing up as a tiny image? I’m so sorry it’s not working for you, just trying to figure out what’s wrong.

      1. I just went back to check the other infographic posts and they all work correctly on my iPad2. Except this one. The first time I looked at it and left a reply it was a thumbnail that showed the middle section and I could zoom on it to read the section that it showed. Now that image is just a blue question mark so didn’t even load this time. That might be my internet or something 🙂 There is the full inforgraphic at the top near the title, but it’s too fuzzy to read when I zoom in. I do hope it’s working on others’ devices and is just some quirky thing going wrong on my own 😛

      2. I’m going to look into it again to see if it’s still showing up from here or not. Thanks for keeping me updated and letting me know! I have had issues with my infographics sometimes, so it’s good to know whenever there is a problem!

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