Do you ever experience extreme stress that causes you to act in an uncharacteristic way? As an ISFJ your cognitive functions are greatly impacted by the amount of stress you absorb. This infographic gives a visual demonstration of how you are affected by stress and explains why your personality might “switch” under extreme or chronic stress. If you’d like to know more about your type and stress, check out my post  How Each Myers-Briggs Type Reacts to Stress (and How to Help!) . You can also check out my book about personality type and stress on Amazon!

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Discover how the ISFJ's cognitive functions react to stress

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