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Here’s What You Fight Against, Based On Your Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

What’s one thing that each personality type absolutely despises and spends their life trying to root out of the world? That’s what we’ll explore in this article. We’ll take a look at one of the most exasperating things that each type deals with, and explain why it’s so vital for them to rid society of this fault.

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ENFPs – You Fight Against Boundaries

You fight for the shimmering sense of the possible, the potential, and the as-yet-never-discovered. You want to explore new theories, broaden your understanding of the world, and break free from rules and traditions that might get in the way of freedom, justice, and exploration. You want to fight against restrictions that hamper people’s ability to learn, grow, and progress in life. You want to wander the road less traveled and find your own unique path.

ENTPs – You Fight Against Limiting Beliefs

Rules, limits, and barriers are meant to be broken to you. You hate seeing people stifle their natural curiosity in order to adhere to an authority structure or system that is logically flawed. In your mind, everything should be questioned and analyzed. The search for truth and alternatives will always be a crucial component in your way of life.

INFPs – You Fight Against Hypocrisy

You spend your life trying to define your core values, beliefs, and personal ethics. You hold your life up to a magnifying glass to make sure that you are living in accordance with your path. You fight for your personal freedoms and the personal freedoms of others.

INTPs – You Fight Against Narrow-Mindedness

You spend your life on a quest for truth and meaning. You’re not afraid to challenge commonly-accepted beliefs, traditions, and rules. You debate everything, including your own ideas, to make sure that they are accurate. You challenge people’s preconceived notions about what is right, wrong, true, false, good or bad.

ENFJs – You Fight Against Suppression

You crave a world where people are free to express their values, beliefs, and needs without fear of reprisal or persecution. People of your type are often seen speaking up in defense of those they feel have been wronged. You want a transparent, authentic connection with your friends and families and hate feeling like anyone is being stifled or bullied when presenting their experiences or opinions.

ENTJs – You Fight Against Mediocrity

The idea of being normal, average, or typical is anathema to you. You want to achieve incredible things with your life and conquer feats beyond the ordinary. Blazing new trails, reaching higher benchmarks, and discovering a deeper sense of meaning in life are your goals. You dream big, and you put in the hard work to make your dreams a reality.

INFJs – You Fight Against Short-Sightedness

You spend your life thinking forward, looking at the big picture, and finding your place in the grand scheme of things. You don’t feel limited by the present moment, but always feel compelled to look to future possibilities. You aim to think outside the bounds of concrete reality to a shimmering, compelling vision of tomorrow.

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INTJs – You Fight Against Stagnancy

You despise the idea of wasting your life, succumbing to mediocrity, or failing to grow. You want to expand your vision of the world, your knowledge of the universe, and your understanding of the meaning of all things. You want to explore ideas that have never been explored before.

ESFPs – You Fight Against Monotony

You believe that mundane and repetitive things can take the zest and meaning out of life. You give remarkable experiences to people as reminders of why we’re all alive. You help us to remember that life is filled with adventure, beauty, and breathtaking moments. You fight to keep new experiences, sights, sounds, and wonders alive.

ESTPs – You Fight Against Fatalism

You believe that everyone is in control of their own life and decisions. You thrive when you can take action to improve your life or the lives of others. Energetic, pragmatic, and realistic – you believe in keeping a level head and not letting superstitions, petty problems, or “little things” get in the way of living life to the fullest!

ISFPs – You Fight Against Pretension

You believe in accepting and owning up to what’s real in yourself and the world around you. Phony, ostentatious behavior is extremely irritating to you. You crave a world where people see things for what they are and strive to be the best versions of themselves. Arrogance, classism, and prejudice are all things that you seek to root out of your environment.

ISTPs – You Fight Against Manipulation

You believe in skepticism, logical analysis, and autonomy. You protect yourself and the ones you love from being fooled or manipulated by others. You believe in discarding all the emotional “clutter” in a problem to figure out what the core truth and facts are. You want your mind unclouded by biases and manipulations so that you can experience true freedom.

ESFJs – You Fight Against Chaos

You are constantly tuned in to the emotional temperature of the room you are in. You are a master of creating emotional equilibrium and a sense of consensus and harmony. You look for things that might cause problems – Does someone need a drink? Does someone seem cold? Does someone seem left out? And you try to find ways to smooth the rough edges of life for the people you love.

ESTJs – You Fight Against Disorder

You believe that the best way to accomplish your goals is to create a sequence and structure for everything in your world. You take care of people by getting life under control, managing logistics, and creating plans that ensure goals are met in a timely way. You can take a chaotic situation and make it manageable by breaking it down into simple steps and putting everything in the appropriate place.

ISFJs – You Fight Against Apathy

You believe in preserving the meaningful moments and details of life that so many people discard or “grow out of.” As you move through life, you carefully conserve significant experiences and store them your mind – complete with their vivid imagery and emotional resonance. You believe that it’s your job to preserve these moments and keep them alive. You also believe in attending to the details that give people a sense of comfort and “flow” in life. Often, your work is done in the background – but it is nevertheless highly valuable.

ISTJs – You Fight Against Instability

You believe that by charting the course for your life you can circumvent obstacles and make effective use of your time. You make life smoother for yourself and others by managing logistics, organizing resources, and handling details that many other types miss. Your calm, grounded, observant nature keeps life from feeling overwhelming and out-of-control.

What Are Your Thoughts?

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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. Your last three articles have been unbelievably amazing — insightful, in-depth and so accurate — wow!
    Thanks for your important research and writing —

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