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Certain situations drain each personality type differently. Here are the people and situations that will cause each personality type the most emotional exhaustion.

The Counselor – INJF – is introverted and will easily and quickly become drained by too much social interaction, especially in large, loud groups. They are private and guarded individuals who are likely to struggle in situations where distrust reigns. They may also find needy people overwhelming and upsetting.

The Teacher – ENFJ – are social individuals and find seclusion difficult. They have a need to constantly interact with others and help out where they can. Close personal relationships are important and they tend to stress when it is jeopardized.

The Healer – INFP – wants to have meaningful social interactions such as deep discussions and become exhausted by small talk and superficial conversation. They value morals and hate to see cruelty in the world, doing their best to avoid others who are guilty of this.

Read more about the ENFP (Champion), INTJ (Mastermind), ENTJ (Field marshal), INTP (Architect), ENTP (Inventor), ISTJ (Inspector), ESTJ (Supervisor), ISFJ (Protector), ESFJ (Provider), ISTP (Crafter), ESTP (Promoter), ISFP (Composer), and ESFP (Performer) types here (external link).

Want to know which type you are? Complete a short (12-minute) questionnaire here (external link).

 

 

Joan Swart, PsyD

Joan Swart, PsyD

Forensic Psychologist | Business Developer at Open Forest LLC
Joan is a forensic psychologist, lecturer, and author of “Treating Adolescents with Family-Based Mindfulness” published by Springer in 2015 and “Homicide: A Forensic Psychology Casebook” published by CRC Press in 2016. She is a business developer at Open Forest LLC. Open Forest LLC provides online psychoeducation and self-help programs aimed at improving many conditions, including depression, anxiety, ADHD, and mindfulness.
Joan Swart, PsyD

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Joan Swart, PsyD
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